Latest News & Events
This week is SPIRIT WEEK at Roncalli! Students and staff are encouraged to dress up daily according to the following themes:
Tuesday – Multiples
Wednesday – School Colors
Thursday – Throwback Thursday (Retro)
Friday – PJ Day
As well, don’t forget the dance is Thursday night!
The graduating class of 2014 will be holding a Recycling Blitz on Saturday, April 5th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon. Students and parents will be going door to door in some areas and recyclables can also be dropped off to the school. Please save your recyclables and support the Graduating Class of 2014 in their Safe Grad celebration.
The deadline for the Parent School Climate Survey is Friday, March 14th. Please take 5 minutes and click the link http://fluidsurveys.com/s/SCSparent/ (or copy and paste into a web browser if broken) and complete the survey. School Climate surveys are administered by the Department of Education annually to students, teachers and parents/guardians to gauge the quality of education that children in our province are receiving and where improvements are needed. Your response is anonymous.
Just a reminder to students and parents that the guidance section of our web site has information on various scholarships. New information is being provided to students as it arrives. This week, students were provided with information on The National Union of Public and General Employees scholarship opportunities. Please see details here.
The local oil and gas industry will hold its seventh annual Energy Day event on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at the Johnson GeoCentre in St. John’s. Our students will be immersed in oil and gas related careers as they explore opportunities in this industry through meeting with young professionals and trades people employed in this sector. This trip is now open to all high school students. Please complete the Energy Day Permission Slip and the Photo Release Form – Energy Day forms available as links here and return them to the school for Monday, February 24th. This event is FREE for students.