Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School

Morning Announcements

Tuesday, November 20th

School Reach

The second meeting and try-out for School Reach – for all students interested in participating in School Reach this year – will be on Wednesday, November 21st (this Wednesday).  The meeting will take place in Room 125 at 2:30 p.m.

All interested Intermediate and Senior participants should attend this important meeting!  At this meeting, information will be provided regarding future try-outs and competitive tournament information.

Please see Mrs. Casburn in the Resource Room, or Mrs. Hauber in Student Services, if you are unable to attend this meeting but do want to participate in School Reach this year!

Also:  Please continue to show your interest in becoming a part of one of our School Reach teams by signing up at Mrs. Cuviello’s desk in Student Services. We do not have many senior names on the sign-up sheet at this point.


Art Club

Christmas window painting is happening this Saturday the 24th at the St. Catharines Hospital. Anyone signed up to participate must check in with Ms. Lambert, provide her with a sketch and hand in a permission form!

Junior Girls’ Volleyball

Ms. Kirley and Mrs. Carter would like to thank all of the athletes who tried out for this years’ team.  The list has been posted at the main office and the final round of tryouts will take place tomorrow at 4:00.  This is a mandatory tryout in order to create the final team roster.  Please see Ms. Kirley or Mrs. Carter if you have any questions.

University Presentation

The University of Guelph will be presenting on Wednesday the 21st at 1:30. Please see the Secretary in Student Services so that you can attend.

Lost Item

A pair of cheerleading pom poms went missing from the girls’ change room last week. Please return them to Mrs. Meisner if found. Thank you.

 Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week

Ontario has designated this week as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week to help promote safe schools and a positive learning environment.


  • 47% of Canadian parents report having a child victim of bullying
  • Any participation in bullying increases risk of suicidal ideas in youth.







Family of Schools

Diocese of St. Catharines