On Wednesday, October 7, 2015, Trustees of the Halton Catholic District School Board will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting at Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. The Town Hall is intended to gather feedback from parents and ratepayers that will be used to guide the Board’s Strategic Planning Process. All parents and members of the community are invited to attend! Register online to attend at: https://survey.hcdsb.org/StratPlanningTownhall.aspx Please feel free to contact your local trustee … Continue reading

The Teen Brain: Under Construction

Dr. Jean Clinton is a renowned expert in brain development locally, provincially, nationally and internationally as an advocate for children’s issues. Dr. Clinton was recently appointed as an education advisor to the Premier of Ontario and the Minister of Education. Her special interest lies in brain development and has consulted for 30 years in primary care, child welfare, children and your mental health programs. She is an Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University and … Continue reading

Student Services Important Dates

Atlantic University Fair Oct. 1st, 2015 from 11-1 pm at CC in the Atrium University Information Program Oct 19th, 2015 from 9:30-10:30 am at CC in the Atrium Ontario Universities Fair- Friday Sept. 25 to Sunday Sept. 27th, 2015 from 10 – 5pm at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre College Information Fair – Oct 19th, 2015 from 5pm to 9pm and Oct. 20th from 10 – 3pm at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto Student Lifexpo – Oct. 17th and … Continue reading


On the recommendations of our Catholic school communities, the Halton Catholic Children’s Education Foundation (HCCEF) provides financial assistance to students – to ensure that all: are able to attend school with the basic necessities of life (i.e. food and clothing). are able to participate in all aspects of school life which are normally open to all students (i.e. school trips/experiences), and therefore, help them to succeed and achieve their full potential. How you can make a difference: I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude, and … Continue reading

Student Senate Applications Open

Student Senate Information (for applying) The Student Senate is a committee designed to establish a student vision for the Halton Catholic District School Board. Its members, Student Senators, provide a link between the Student Trustees and the remainder of the students in the board. The Senate is composed of 8 -10 representatives from each secondary school. The primary role of the Student Senate is to bring a more diverse “Catholic student voice” to the school board. Senators act as an … Continue reading

Run for the Cure

Once again Corpus Christi will be participating in the 2015 Run for the Cure.  The run/walk takes place on Sunday October 4th 2015 and is open to all CC Students, parents and staff. If you wish to participate, pick up forms from the Phys. Ed. office or click on this link to join the “CC Longhorns” team or to donate in support of the cause: CIBC Run For the Cure You can see Mrs. Francis with any questions! … Continue reading

Curriculum Night

Dear Corpus Christi Parents and Guardians, Please be reminded of our Curriculum Night on Thursday, September 17 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. We invite you to join us to tour the school, to meet the teachers, and to learn about the curriculum. Please also note our Catholic School Council will be hosting a gently used uniform sale in the Atrium beginning at 6:30 PM. Cash or cheque only, please. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday evening. Go Longhorns! … Continue reading

“Building Durable Kids” – Guest speaker: Dr. Dean Kriellaars

Join physical literacy expert, Dr. Dean Kriellaars, in a session designed to give you tools to help build more durability in kids. Learn strategies for home, school, and the community. Did you know… Only nine per cent of five to 17-year-olds are meeting the daily recommendations for physical activity. 58% of parents walked to school when they were kids, only 28% of their children walk to school today. Learning to move is just as important as learning to read and … Continue reading