Yes, it is! Come out on Friday February 9th and enjoy Pasta Night with all your family and friends.
And the prizes are bigger and better than ever!!! Our fabulous raffle prizes are back, with some of your favourite sponsors, and lots of new ones. As well, Creative Club will be there with some great LEGO activities.
Also, it’s always great ... Continue reading "PASTA NIGHT IS HERE!"
Term One Report Cards will be sent home on Tuesday, February 13th, 2018. We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to sit with your child and review his/her report card together. Although formal interviews are not scheduled for this reporting period, you are always welcome to contact your child’s teacher to discuss progress.
The Church Liturgical Season we are about to enter is the Holy Season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter. Easter comes early this year, on Sunday, April 1st, with Holy Week taking place between March 26-30.
Lent is an old English word meaning spring, and refers to the lengthening of the days in the springtime. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ... Continue reading "The Holy Season of Lent"
On Wednesday February 14th at 10:45 a.m., St. Matthew School will mark the beginning of our Lenten observance with the solemn celebration of our Ash Wednesday Liturgy of the Word in the school gymnasium. We welcome Fr. John Pak from St. Justin Martyr Parish to preside at this Liturgy. The school choir will lead the music ministry, under the leadership of Mrs. Lee. As a ... Continue reading "Ash Wednesday Liturgy—Wednesday, February 14th"
This year, Tuesday, February 13th, is Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday. As has been the tradition in the past here at St. Matthew School, several parent volunteers, under the leadership of Mrs. MacDonald, will be coming to the school on the morning of February 13th to cook a wonderful pancake breakfast for the students and staff of St. Matthew School. Breakfast will be ... Continue reading "PANCAKE (SHROVE) TUESDAY IS FEBRUARY 13th"
Think of all of the health benefits when we resolve to move more in our day. Our spirit is lifted, blood circulation improves, energy levels increase, academic achievement improves, we have fewer cravings, and benefit from better quality of sleep. ParticipACTION offers some fantastic suggestions to help keep those healthy new year’s resolutions.