St. Patrick Catholic School

Weekly Bulletin - April 17, 2020


Greeting St. Pat’s,

We get there's been change

And understand it’s a little strange

But we want you to know
We’ll still laugh, learn and grow

We’ll move and we’ll play
We’ll do our best every single day

Even though we’re now online

Together we’ll still SHINE

Dear students-you are doing a great job-keep up the effort! The entire staff are very proud of you all. God's blessings and stay safe.

Video credit: Mr. Gregory Doll

St Pat's Staff Connection Video

Return all Library Books to the School

Library books need to be returned to the school. Books can be dropped off through the mail slot at the front of the school or ring the doorbell during regular school hours.

A lost library book fine will be applied to student accounts for library books not returned.

Breakfast Club News!

Our Breakfast Club is very thankful for the support of the President's Choice Children's Charity who have provided funding for our program.

We also appreciate all the help from both local businesses and parents who have made donations. Our students appreciate your support!


  • Apr 24 - PD Day (No School programming)


  • May 8 - School closure (No School programming)
  • May 10 - Mother's Day
  • May 18 - Victoria Day (No School programming)


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Tips for Learning at Home:

Don’t stress about getting things perfect, it's important to remember it's progress over perfection. Help kids to feel safe and secure, and limit their anxiety. If you think your child will be happier playing in the garden or cooking with you, do that. While structure is important, don’t worry if you can’t stick to a ‘school day’ routine. Play is one of the best ways for kids to learn, so including play every day is a great learning tool (and can be fun for adults too). **see links for additional tips.

Continue to have open communication with your child's teacher, they are here to support you and your child through this unique time.

Keeping fit and exercising is the number one thing you and your family can do to keep worries at bay. A walk down your street, or a run around the yard, can make a huge difference to your family’s day. Remember to be safe and observe social distancing guidelines if you are near other people.

Follow our Family Wellness Worker on Facebook

To stay connected to the school and supports available in the community follow the "Family Wellness Facebook" page:

Is your child requiring one to one emotional support during this time from home?

As the Family Wellness Worker I am continuing to do what I am passionate about; supporting students and families. Please sign in below and I will stay connected with your child!

Subject: Join our Seesaw Class “Family Wellness Worker”

Hi Students,

Please join our class Family Wellness Worker today to provide emotional support to you during this time!

If you’re using Seesaw for the first time:

  1. Go to

  2. Choose "I’m a Student"

  3. Type in the code: BWNW SCGI. This code expires on April 10, 2020

  4. Finish creating your account using your school Google account or email address

If you’ve used Seesaw before and have an account:

  1. Go to

  2. Choose "I’m a Student"

  3. Sign in using your school Google account or email address

  4. Click on your profile icon on the top left

  5. Click on the +Join Class button

  6. Type in the code: BWNW SCGI. This code expires on April 10, 2020

I’m excited to stay connected with all of you through Seesaw!

Finally, feel free to reach out to me through email or phone St Patrick School office (Mrs. Baska will get me the message) at any time.

Take care everyone,

Laurie Kushnerick

Family Wellness Worker

Phone: 780-672-2177

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Unfortunately we can't run together as a team, but I would encourage all past team members and anyone else to join the virtual AMA Run Club. This is a great opportunity for families to go out together and be active! Heading out for a run before you start your school work for the day or after lunch would provide a great energy boost for everyone! These unique times have provided many of us with the flexibility to get outside and move during the day, let's take advantage of it!

By registering for the club participants will receive:

  • Weekly emails (to parents) with activities and challenges you can complete at home
  • A 10 week running/walking program that builds up to a 2 or 5 km fun run!
  • Certificate of completion at the end of June and finisher prizes for every participant
  • An entry to win 1 of many Garmin Activity Trackers drawn at the end of June

Click the link below to join

Virtual AMA Youth Run Club

Run Happy,

Mr. Ernst

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates for EICS

A question and answer sheet is posted on the EICS Divisional website located at

For up to date information on how EICS is effectively dealing with the coronavirus pandemic throughout the division click on this website link:

We are so appreciative of your understanding and cooperation as we all work together to continue to keep our schools and staff safe during this serious public health situation.

2020-2021 Class Placement

Dear Parents,

With planning already taking place for next year, we have prepared this letter to outline the process for class placement. Please take a moment to review and we look forward to serving all of our families next school year.

2020-2021 School Year Calendars - Approved


SFX Parish - Next Live Stream Mass: Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19 at 10:00 am

Click on the link to access the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Website and for more information:

Divine Mercy Chaplet - Jesus, I Trust in You!

SFX Parish Easter Coloring Contest

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