Wednesday, April 25th is a civvies day at Doyle and the charitable cause will be Nutrition for Learning. Please remind your child that their choice of clothing must be neat, tidy and in good taste, making for a positive learning environment. No undergarments or midriffs should be visible. Students will be asked to remove or cover shirts with slogans or images inappropriate for a Catholic school learning environment. If someone is not in appropriate attire, they will be asked to return home and change.
Thanks in advance for your support around Nutrition for Learning, and supporting this initiative
This is a great opportunity for students to have their voices heard.
Please see the links below for more information
CPIC and WCDSB present Dr. Jean Clinton – The Child’s Brain and Mental Health. See the link below.
TOPICS INCLUDE: SNAPCHAT / INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK SMARTPHONES AND DIGITAL TRAILS CYBERBULLYING – TEXTING – SEXTING ONLINE GAMING & ONLINE SECURITY
PAUL HAS DELIVERED HIS MESSAGE TO 430,000 STUDENTS ALONG WITH THE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE & BORDER SERVICES
Please RSVP by May 1st
YOU ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN A RESEARCH STUDY:
Physical Activity and Sport for Young People in the Region of Waterloo
Purpose: Physical activity and sport are important for social, physical, and psychological
development; however, there are many barriers that hinder families from becoming active. The purpose of
this research is to examine the physical activity and sport involvement of young people within the Region of
Waterloo and determine if there are any barriers to participation. The findings will be used to develop
programs that fit the needs of families in the region.
Please see the links below: