At St. Paul Catholic School, we are witnesses to ALCDSB's Pastoral Theme, "Beloved Children of God."
We are called to celebrate the inherent dignity of each person who is created in the image and likeness of God. We learn about Jesus Christ and attempt to live as He did. Students are encouraged to use their learning, gifts and talents to benefit others whether in the school, family, parish or greater community. Everyone in the school is encouraged to LIVE our faith, each and every day.
Students demonstrate how they use the opportunities offered to them to develop their talents and skills. Persistence, perseverance and consistent effort create a positive attitude to help make learning happen. Making mistakes is a part of learning, and an active learner looks for ways to be challenged. When faced with a challenging task, we say, "we just don't know how to do it....yet".
Relationships are very important, and everyone deserves to be treated with respect. At St. Paul, we work in partnership, students, staff, parents/guardians, parish, and community together to ensure that our school is a welcoming, inclusive, friendly and safe place.
Your partner in Catholic education,
Mrs. L. Bryden
St. Paul says:
In my work, I eagerly do my best. In my play, I cooperate and share.
In all activities, I offer my best back to God.
"Be humble, gentle, and patient always. Show your love by being helpful to one another." (Ephesians 4:2)