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Watch St. Thomas of Villanova teachers read Mean Tweets (Rate my Teacher comments). These teachers have thick skin and a great sense of humour. ‪#‎hilarious‬

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Today the WECDSB was happy to welcome the YMCA Canada​ as its newest neighbour at Central Park Athletics. Given the Y's long history of charitable good works and promoting good health, they'll be a perfect fit alongside our hockey, soccer, and baseball academies. Welcome aboard!
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2015-06-18
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WECDSB is proud to announce that we now have 9 certified Ontario EcoSchools Certifications. In just one year we added 7 schools to the list. Ontario EcoSchools is an environmental education and certification program for grades K-12 that helps school communities develop both ecological literacy and environmental practices to become environmentally responsible and reduce the environmental footprint of schools.

The key areas of focus and achievement are: Teamwork & Leadership, Energy Conservation, Waste Minimization, School Ground Greening, Curriculum, and Environmental Stewardship.

St. John – Gold Level
St. Pius X - Gold Level
St. Christopher – Gold Level
St. Mary – Silver Level
L.A. Desmarais – Silver Level
St. Anne Secondary – Bronze Level
St. Bernard Windsor – Bronze Level
St. John the Baptist – Bronze Level
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2015-06-17
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Congratulations Joel Quenneville! Joel a former F.J. Brennan Catholic High School student secured his name as one of the best coaches in NHL history last night after leading his Chicago Blackhawks to their third Stanley Cup in six years. The dynasty continues for Joel and the beautiful city of Chicago. Enjoy this great moment, we are so happy for you & your family!
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2015-06-16
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Some of our newest Wildcats were at Notre Dame last week. New JK students for September 2015 were invited to spend two mornings with us. They had the opportunity to meet new friends, work on literacy activities & iPads, play in the gym and the courtyard as well as participate in interactive stories and sing songs. Parents had the opportunity to speak to a variety of staff members to learn about our FDK Program. We look forward to seeing all of our newest JKs in September. 
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2015-06-15
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Windsor’s own & former Holy Names Catholic Secondary School student D.J. Smith, Head Coach of the 2015 Memorial Cup Champion Oshawa Generals visited our students at the FJ Brennan Centre of Excellence & Innovation Hockey Canada Skills Academy. The students were engaged and had a chance to hear about Coach Smith’s life experiences and learn about what it takes to become a champion. His words of wisdom were well received by all in attendance. Thank you for coming today Coach!
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2015-06-11
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"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure." - N. Mandela
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The very talented staff and students at St. Thomas of Villanova Secondary created this amazing LipDub video. A must see by all! You should all be proud to be a Wildcat! ‪#‎VillySpiritWeek‬ ‪#‎VillyLipDub‬ ‪#‎VillyPride‬

Full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_EexdG3_j0
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2015-06-08
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Excited Grade 3 students at WJ Langlois opened the doors to their Little Free Library. With help from WindsorEssex Community Foundation, the Little Free Library encourages children to become better readers and allows members of the community to drop off books for others to read, or to pick up books to enjoy themselves. The Friends of Fontainebleau were also in attendance to celebrate the grand opening!
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2015-06-05
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St. John the Baptist elementary students organized a Digital Citizenship & online safety session for parents & staff. The students created excellent presentations using Google to explain the importance of social & digital media, how to be safe not only on Facebook & Twitter, but also how you should treat others the way you would want to be treated.
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2015-06-05
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