WCDSB Mission and Vision
“As disciples of Christ, we educate and nurture hope in all learners to realize their full potential to transform God’s world.”
“Our Catholic Schools: heart of the community — success for each, a place for all.”
WCDSB Code of Conduct:
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board recognizes the inherent dignity and worth of the individual. All individuals concerned with the school system -trustees, staff, students, parents, visitors to schools –are subject to the following code of conduct; a code of conduct that will be implemented within the Catholic faith life experience of each school community and consistent with the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, the Safe School’s provisions of the Education Act and Regulations and the constitutional right of Catholic school boards to manage their schools as stated through section 93 of the Constitution Act, 1867. APC 018 Code of Conduct
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In following WCDSB policy to protect students from unwelcome visitors and intruders, our school security system will be on at all times.
- Please use the intercom to the left of the main doors (off parking lot) to gain access to the school.
- All visitors must report to the office to sign in and obtain a visitor badge.
- During the first week of school, classroom teachers will review safety routines with students.
- Should you wish to contact your child or a staff member at school please notify the office.
- Only authorized personnel may enter the schoolyard.
Again this is to ensure the safety of all the children and your attention to this is appreciated
Privacy and Information Management
Our students and staff enjoy opportunities to share some of their activities with parents and the school community through teams, clubs, and special events. Many of these are ‘memory making’ for families and as such photographs are often taken. We ask that families exercise their discretion when taking photographs or videos at school events and consider the privacy of other students who may also be present in those pictures. We would appreciate if families not upload images of students other than their own to the Internet (e.g. YouTube or Facebook). Your cooperation is appreciated.
As part of the 21st century learning students will be participating in a variety of social media tools via the Internet in the classroom. Some of the social media tools that may be used in the classroom include the following: Wikis, blogs, Podcasts, video conferencing, surveys, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites deemed appropriate by the classroom teacher in accordance with Ministry of Education curriculum.
Extended Day Program
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is pleased to offer a fee based Extended Day Program for children from JK to grade 6. The program provides children with opportunities to expand their knowledge through a variety of activities. Children will be exposed to situations that will stimulate their curiosity, independence and communication skills.
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