Father Tony Ricard from New Orleans facilitates Staff Retreat Day at Mae Wilson Cultural Centre. His mesage was delivered with humour, energy, and passion for Catholic Education.
The main focus of the week is the safety of students as they head back to class after summer break. Drivers around Moose Jaw, Shaunavon, and Swift Current are reminded that all of our students from Prekindergarten to Grade 12 will be back in school and it’s important to take their safety into consideration.
If we all remember the rules of the road and teach our children those same rules, then we can be assured that our children will be safe during the 2016-2017 school year.
Holy Trinity staff and parish priests enjoy an opening day celebration at All Saints Catholic School in Swift Current August 30th. It was a day filled with energy and excitement!
Welcome back to another school year at Holy Trinity.
For parents of students requiring busing we plan to be up and running shortly. Bus drivers will be contacting parents regarding pick-up and drop-off schedules. If you have not heard from your child's bus driver or you need to arrange transportation please contact your child's school.
We would like to thank all parents for your patience as we work out all of the kinks in the first few days of the new school year.
Effective the 2016-2017 school year, the school student boundary for St. Agnes and St. Michael will be changing. All of Sunningdale north of Thatcher Drive will be included in the St. Michael catchment area.
This means that a child enrolled at St. Agnes and living in St. Michael’s catchment area will be grandfathered to continue at St. Agnes and busing will be provided. Future siblings will also be grandfathered.
Alternatively, you can enroll your children at St. Michael and busing will be provided.