TV host and sewing expert, Denise Wild, and her team of sewing superstars are joining us at St. Matthew School for a specialty program that will have the entire school learning how to sew on sewing machines!
Boys and girls, kindergarten to grade eight, that means you! Not only does sewing get you hands-on and help you flex your creative muscles, it also ... Continue reading "CONFIDENCE Sewing Program"
This coming Friday night is BINGO NIGHT here at St. Matthew School!
This is a great night of family fun and there are lots of great prizes to be won, too! There will be snacks available for purchase.
As well, East Side Mario’s will be there selling pizza for $2.00 per slice.
Our Grade 7’s & 8’s will be calling BINGO.
Come out and bring ... Continue reading "Bingo Night is Almost Here!"
Please click on the link to view this amazing and very moving version of the Easter Story, created and produced by Ms. Kwong’s very talented Grade 5/6 class at St. Matthew.
This is the same video shown at our recent Easter Mass. Enjoy!
At our recent Easter Mass, the St. Matthew School community–staff, students, parents and family members–under the prayerful leadership of our parish priest, Fr. John Pak, prayed for the victims of the Humboldt, Saskatchewan tragedy. In his homily, Fr. John invited the community to have faith and hope in the resurrection of Jesus, and encouraged all present by reflecting that he was sure that the Broncos ... Continue reading "St. Matthew School Prays for Humboldt, Saskatchewan"
The Church Liturgical Season we have just journeyed through is the Holy Season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter. Easter is this coming Sunday April 1st. However, before we can celebrate Easter and Jesus’ Resurrection, we must first solemnly commemorate His Passion and Death on the cross. Without the cross there can be no resurrection!
Please join St. Matthew School’s staff ... Continue reading "Holy Week and the Stations of the Cross"
The Catholic School Council is proud to announce we are supporting the Healthy Schools and Eco-School initiatives to remove plastic water bottles from all Council sponsored events. From now on, please bring your own reusable bottle and we will have water filling stations available. Helps us to go green and “Ban the Bottle”!