Compassion is a feeling of wanting to help those in need. But more than a noun, its a verb. More than a feeling, it should be an action.
- seek to understand others by listening
- be willing to forgive others
- give of my resources to help those in need
Lord, open our eyes ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Compassion"
September 30 marks Orange Shirt Day. This day Canadians have been invited to wear an orange shirt to honor Indigenous People and to show a commitment to the idea that every child matters. It is a time for remembering — to recall Canada’s Residential Schools and their sad effects on Indigenous cultures. It is a time to for hope — for us to walk forward ... Continue reading "OLH Orange Shirt Day"
OLH is proud to be participating in the Terry Fox Marathon of Hope. As expected, this year things will be a little different. On Monday, October 5th, we will still be running/jogging/walking; however each division will be going at separate times throughout the day maintaining social distancing.
It is during these challenging times that support is most needed. Supporting others in need also ... Continue reading "OLH Terry Fox Run"
A warm welcome to all our students and families returning to Our Lady of Hope Catholic School. A special welcome to our new students and their families, particularly our new Junior Kindergarten students. It is always exciting to see the enthusiasm in our students, staff and parents as we begin another school year. It is particularly exciting to watch our junior kindergarten students embark on ... Continue reading "WELCOME BACK !!!"
Parents of Black Children’s United Parents Project
The United Parents (UP) Project is designed to support parents of Black children as they navigate the education system.
The project consists of three core streams.
Capacity Building Workshops
Parents of Black Children will deliver a series of workshops covering topics that disproportionately impact Black children and lead ... Continue reading "ABR Programs and Resources"
Congratulations graduates of Class 2020! As a Catholic community, we will be blessing our grade 8 students with a virtual mass given by Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto. This year, we would like to invite you, your family and teachers, to join our virtual Mass celebrating the Class of 2020.
The Mass will take place on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 10:00 ... Continue reading ""