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Spirit Update 22

Jersey Day for Humboldt – April 12th

PA Day – April 13th

Please mark your calendars. There will be no school for students on this day. Staff will be working on Ministry of Education Priorities:

  • Student Achievement
  • Student Success
  • Special Education.

Cat Coode from Binary Tattoo is coming to St. Nicholas Tuesday April 17th at 6:30pm

The third speaker in our mental health and social media series will come to St. Nicholas on Tuesday, April 17.  Her workshop will cover the following:

  • Teaches parents and educators about how to protect kids online with an understanding of what kids are using and how it is being used
  • Empowers adults with the knowledge of current online software and practices (not guaranteed to make you cool but at least you’ll know what they are talking about)
  • Understand how privacy settings work, including which parts of an account can be monitored by a parent/teacher, and which parts are blocked from public eyes

Babysitting will be offered.  To sign up, please go to:

The workshops in the mental health and social media series were funded through a PRO grant.


Please keep our Gr. 7 students, who will be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation on April 14th, in your prayers.

MudPuppy Chase

The snow (and ice) is almost gone and it’s time for the RUNNING CLUB to start again! Announcements will be made so your runners can bring their running shoes to school!

On Sunday, May 6th, 2018 the MudPuppy Chase will be taking place at Columbia Playing Fields!  You can join the St. Nicholas team as a student of St Nicholas, a parent, sibling, family member or staff member at St. Nicholas! The cost to participate in the 3KM & 5KM race is $35.00; however, if you fundraise at least $35, that person runs for FREE using a coupon code specifically for St Nicholas!!! Plus, your race kit bag will be delivered to St Nicholas school by Friday, May 4th.

Email Christa Nesbitt, parent volunteer, for your coupon code and instructions on how to register for free:

For our students, this event is not a competition, but an opportunity to engage in physical activity, become community aware by raising funds for a wonderful cause – All proceeds help support KidsAbility Centre for Child Development and many other local causes supported by the Rotary Club of Kitchener-Grand River.  Your participation helps children and youth with special needs gain access to life-changing therapy, essential equipment, and assistance for their families and so much more. This year, the Rotary Club will also focus on helping schools with individual projects to assist students’ learning.

Run on your own, with your family, with your friends, or with whomever you like, but be part of the St Nicholas fundraising team! If you already registered, simply email Christa and she can have you added to the St. Nicholas School team.