Past School News Items

Intermediate (7/8) Parent-Teacher Interviews - Thursday, November 18

Virtual parent-teacher interviews are scheduled for Thursday, November 18, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

High School Parent-Teacher Interviews - Thursday, May 27

Virtual parent-teacher interviews are scheduled for Thursday, May 27, from 2:45 to 4:45 p.m. Online booking is now closed.

Student Volunteer Opportunity with the Historical Society of Ottawa

The Historical Society of Ottawa (HSO) is Ottawa’s oldest historical organization. Founded in 1898 by a group of prominent Ottawa women, the Society seeks to preserve unique parts of the city’s rich historical heritage. The HSO welcomes everybody with a love of history! We are a non-profit organization and a registered charity.

We are currently seeking student volunteers to assist us in a variety of virtual tasks, including:

· Writing social media posts on interesting events in Ottawa’s history

· Translating social media posts (English-French)

· Writing reviews of Ottawa-area author’s books

Being 100 percent volunteer operated, the Society is totally dependent on its member volunteers for all facets of its operations.

If you are interested, please email

Catholic Education Week - May 2-7

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

Each year, the Catholic community of Ontario engages in a week-long celebration of the unique identity and distinctive contributions of Catholic education during Catholic Education Week.

Catholic Education Week celebrates the ongoing gift of publicly-funded Catholic education. Publicly funded Catholic education has existed in Ontario since 1841 and its graduates have served Ontario and Canada very well. The current generation of students in our publicly funded Catholic schools will serve with the same spirit and generosity as their previous generations.

This year’s celebration is entitled, “Catholic Education: Nurturing Hope” and will be celebrated during the week of May 2 to 7, 2021. More than 600,000 students in over 1,500 Catholic schools across Ontario normally take part in this special week to celebrate the distinctive contribution their schools make in the lives of our students and the community.

Sadly, given our ongoing current circumstances, all Ottawa Catholic School Board activities will be done virtually. As a Catholic community, we are called to “Nurture Hope” in our community.

Nurturing #ocsbHope Twitter Challenge

During Education Week, we invite you to share messages, photos, videos or drawings of hope related to these daily themes:

Monday: Preparing the Earth - Our Catholic schools prepare the good soil each day so that the roots of faith may grow in our students and so that God’s Word can bear fruit! What do you love about your Catholic school? Who nurtures Hope in your school community?

Tuesday: Sowing Seeds of Gratitude - Sow seeds of gratitude by sending a message of thanks to the difference-makers during these challenging times - health care providers, essential workers, educators, families, friends or volunteers.

Wednesday: Cultivating Relationships - Jesus taught us the Golden Rule: “In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you.” He wants us to treat one another with love, kindness and respect as members of one family. How do you live the Golden Rule in your relationships with family members, friends, and towards yourself?

Thursday: Harvesting New Fruit (the good fruit or our actions) - By your positive actions and your kind words you are “harvesting new fruit” in your community and the world! How do you harvest new fruit to make the world a better place? Have you seen others harvesting new fruit to make the world a better place?

Friday: Marvelling in Wonder - Faith is a journey of opening ourselves to the awesome mystery of who God is, and who invites us to grow in wide-eyed wonder. We are invited to be silent and contemplate the beauty of the created order; to stand in reverence before the awesome gift that is our common home. What in the natural world fills you with wonder and awe and speaks to you of God and the hope He offers us?

We look forward to celebrating Catholic Education Week with your messages and images of Hope in our community!

Be a part of Trinity's Virtual Coffee house for World Social Justice Day on March 20th, 2021

The Equity Committee has been hard at work putting together an opportunity to have people express themselves in creative ways on the topics of equity, diversity, inclusion, social justice and celebrations of culture.

We are looking for your creative expressions to put together a slideshow that will go out to the HT community at large on MARCH 20th!

You can record a video, song, poetry reading, take a photo of original artwork or show your photography skills. You can do it alone, with friends and family or community members. Each submission will have its own slide. You are invited to give a shout out to an artist, organization, charity, business or program that supports the themes mentioned above.

Please let us know what you are planning on contributing using this form:

Virtual Coffee House Registration Form

Deadline for registration and submissions is March 18th.

Be part of HT's First Annual Virtual Coffee House! Sign up today!

High School Parent-Teacher Interviews - Thursday, March 11

Virtual parent-teacher interviews are scheduled for Thursday, March 11, from 2:45 to 4:45 p.m.

Please note that online booking was available from noon on Friday, March 5 to noon on Wednesday, March 10 and has now closed.

Free Webinar on Youth Mental Health During Mental Health Week

The Rotary Club of Ottawa Stittsville is offering a free webinar titled "Are the Kids Okay?" It will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on May 3, 2020.

At this webinar, a panel of three professionals will discuss issues on youth mental health. It will be of particular interest to parents trying to help their children through the stress of the Covid-19 pandemic. A poster with more information is attached.

To register for this free webinar on Youth Mental Health on Monday, May 03, 2021, click here:

Free webinar "Are the Kids Okay? .

Students and parents might also find our previous free webinars, especially the one on job search during Covid, of interest. To see recordings of these webinars, check our website (

The direct access address is

Holy Trinity Student Blesses Community with Fundraisers

Ava James Sidoli is a name you’re going to want to write down because she’s changing the world with her compassion, kindness and innovative action. You may have heard about this inspiring grade ten Holy Trinity Catholic High School student because her name has popped up in headlines for big her heart and fundraising savvy over the last two years.

For the full story, click here!

Holy Trinity Student Invited to Share Her Voice

As we welcomed students back to in-person and virtual learning last week, we were delighted to hear their summer vacation highlights. One of our bright international students from Holy Trinity High School, Christine Yang, reached out to us to share her summer experience with Equal Voice, an organization supporting gender equality in Canadian politics.

For the full story, click here!