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Transitioning to Secondary School Dates
by Balogh, Stephany
 10/11/2014 7:56 PM
The Halton Catholic District School Board has announced that it will host a variety of information sessions for parents of students who will start secondary school in September, 2015. Please see Media Release that was emailed to parents and is posted...
Catholic School Council Meeting
by Balogh, Stephany
 9/28/2014 4:57 PM
A reminder that our first meeting is on Monday, September 29, 2014 at 6:30 pm in the library.
Bus Information from HSTSAttachment
by Balogh, Stephany
 9/7/2014 8:18 PM
The transportation newsletter provides details on setting up email notifications when your bus is late and courtesy seat requests.
Newsletter and Calendar
by Balogh, Stephany
 8/31/2014 6:29 PM
The September newsletter and calendar will be emailed and posted Tuesday, September 2. Please review it for many important informational items. A hard copy of the calendar will be sent home each month, as well.
Full Day Kindergarten Entry Plan
by Balogh, Stephany
 8/31/2014 6:27 PM
Tuesday, Sept. 2 and Wednesday, Sept. 3 - Parent/Student Interviews for year 1 students and NEW to the school year 2 students. Thursday, Sept. 4 - First half of year 1 students and full entry of all year 2 students, Friday, Sept. 5 - second half of year...
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St. Andrew in the News!!

Five Halton Catholic Schools Named among the Top 20 Energy Performing Schools in Canada and the U.S

The Board's schools that were included among the Top 20, out-performed more than 500 schools across Canada and the United States of America.

Placing the highest of our Board's schools was St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School in Oakville, which came in at fourth place. Built in 1999, St. Andrew sets the standard for top-performing schools without ground source heat pump systems, using just 10.9 ekWh (37 kBtu) per square foot of total energy (electricity and gas) in 2009.

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