LATEST NEWS

August 23, 2014 – 8:28 am
Level 4 and New Student Registrations

Any student wishing to register for level 4 OR any new student who is wishing to transfer into Holy Heart are asked advised to come to the school from Friday, September 5th onwards.

Wednesday, September 3rd and Thursday, September 4th will be reserved for orientation for currently registered students only.

July 19, 2014 – 9:11 am
Opening Day!

Wednesday – September 3 – Level 3′s ONLY – 9:00am – 10:30am

Wednesday - September 3 – Level 2′s ONLY – 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Thursday – September 4 - Full day for all / Level 1 ONLY assembly – 9:00am – 10:30am (regular classes to follow assembly for level 1′s)

January 31, 2014 – 10:09 am
Canada’s Outstanding Principals Award 2014

Congratulations to our principal on receiving this prestigious award from The Learning Partnership.

“Behind every great school is a great principal who is not only an outstanding educator but an excellent manager and leader,” says Peoples. “These principals are presidents of their schools; they communicate compelling visions, engage their communities, mentor their staff and, most importantly, create safe and nurturing learning environments for students. We are delighted to be recognizing these individuals as examples of excellence in public education.”

Sheldon Barry has served in many leadership positions at both the school and system levels. He has applied his expertise as an instructional leader to improve learning at Holy Heart of Mary High School which offers credit recovery and a variety of other programs targeting at-risk students and early leavers.  To meet the needs of students from 50 different countries with a settlement worker for students new to Canada and programs for ESL, and LEARN (Literacy Enhancement and Academic Readiness for Newcomers), Sheldon has partnered with community organizations, businesses and agencies. The McCain Foundation’s $45 000 donation led to the establishment of the school’s Credit Recovery Centre, and a grant from the Future Shop Generation Tech Lab refurbished the language labs. Under Sheldon’s innovative leadership, collaboration matters and students are excited to attend Holy Heart of Mary High
School.

December 19, 2013 – 2:50 pm
Attention Portugal and Spain Travellers!!!!!

Pre-holiday Reminder: Students intending to travel on either the Portugal and Spain tour or the London, Dublin, Paris tour at Easter are reminded to register before January 8. Registrations received after this date will be charged a late-registration fee of $95, will have to pay in full, and may not get seats on the same flights as the rest of the group. Thanks and have a great holiday! See you in the New Year!

September 27, 2013 – 7:54 pm
Parking Lot Safety Concerns

This is a message from the administration of Holy Heart of Mary.  We are growing increasingly concerned with the potential for injury to students with respect to drivers who are disregarding the marked drop-off areas of Holy Heart of Mary. There are two entry lanes to the school, of which both are clearly marked. One lane is marked as Drop Off Lane while the other is marked as Bus Lane. While busses sometimes do not occupy those lanes, they should not be used as a drop off as students are exiting vehicles in this lane and serious injury could be caused by vehicles coming up along side those unexpecting cars.

Student safety is the top priority and the marked lanes are to be respected to ensure this goal.

Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

October 16, 2012 – 9:56 am
HHM going live with Twitter and Facebook

The Guidance team at HHM will be using Facebook and Twitter to inform students of post-secondary information, program opportunities and scholarship information. To sign up for these social media connections please visit the quick links section on the right side of this page under Twitter and Facebook at Heart

September 18, 2012 – 3:09 pm
Attendance

This is a reminder that student attendance is a priority at Holy Heart. Please note that school requirement is that if a student is absent from class they are should submit a note to the office or an email from a parent to the school secretary prior to or the day after the absence. If either is not provided, we assume the student is absent without your permission and appropriate actions will be taken. We appreciate your efforts and cooperating in helping us ensure success for our students. 80% of success is being here.

Furthermore, if a student is to leave the building throughout the day they are required to sign out at the office. This ensures you are aware of the student leaving and allows us to keep accurate records of attendance in the building.

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