Attendance - report all absences to the Attendance Office at (905) 335-2254 or email@example.com. Please review our Attendance Policy.
ND Focus & The Optical are available on the Newsletters page.
Gently used uniforms may be donated to the school for sale at the NEW 2 U store by sending clean articles to the school office in a bag marked 'NEW 2 U'.
Recycle your old cell phones and ink or toner cartridges in the main office. This fundraiser for the Environmental Club will ensure they are recycled and/or disposed of properly.
Extra Academic help for your child - Visit the Academics page for a list of extra help available at the school and online.
Change of address, phone numbers, email address should be made with the guidance secratary Ms. Davis at 905 335-1544 x328.
Personal Cheques - All personal cheques to the school must be made payable to the school's full name, Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School, abbreviations will not be accepted.
Opportunity for Sponsorship - would you or your business be willing to sponsor one of our Graduation Awards? A new award can be created to commemorate a special event, a business, or person of your choosing. Contact Mrs. Little at ext 331 if you are interested.
Donations are appreciated of breakfast items for our Breakfast Club which is held every morning before school in the cafeteria.
Volunteer with Halton Food For Thought...more. Within our school community, a Snack Program is held at St. Gabriel School on Tuesday/Thursday mornings and a Breakfast Club is held at St. Gabriel Parish Hall Monday - Friday.
Youth and Family Support Resources - visit the Medical, Health & Safety page for a list of phone numbers and websites.
Prom/Grad Safety Tips for Parents...details
No Questions Asked Safe Driving Contract
School Council meetings are held in the school library. All parents/guardians are welcome to attend. Visit the School Council page for more information.
Peabutter/Sunbutter Spreads - These products are almost identical in colour, consistency, smell and taste to peanut butter. Schools cannot be expected to monitor for student safety when it is impossible to differentiate between the two. Therefore, the Board is requesting that parents do not send their children to school with look alike products to peanut butter, until the products are available in a colour other than tan.