IN FAITH & LOVE

WE BUILD CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY.

The school was solemnly blessed by His Grace Archbishop Timothy Casey on August 29th, 1926 and the school opened on September 7th of the same year with 92 students. In 1963 there were 385 children enrolled.

The Sisters of Charity of Halifax educated generations of children in Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, teaching in the school from 1927 onwards until they left the parish in 1982, and in Notre Dame Regional High School from its opening in 1953 onwards.

Safety Reminders

Extreme weather and snow procedures

Policy Handbook

Uniform

The Faces You’ve Been Waiting For

OUR TEAM WORKS WONDERS

ADMINISTRATION

Mr. P. Balletta

Principal

Mrs. L. Bond

Vice Principal / Librarian / Resource Teacher

Fr. R. Zanotti

Pastor

Mrs. C. Chamberland

Reception

Mrs. K. Arduini

Secretary

Mrs. C. Tesan

Secretary

Mrs. E. Zanotto

Bookkeeper

RESOURCE & EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Mr. L. Basso

Resource

Mr. W. McCloskey

Physical Education

Mrs. M. Morena

Library Technician

Mr. M. Pepe

Music

TEACHERS

Mrs. T. Millard

Preschool Teacher

Mrs. S. Perna

Preschool Teacher

Mrs. P. Matterson

Kindergarten Teacher

Ms. M. DeAmaral

Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. A. Corrado

Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. S. Radford

Grade 1 Teacher

Mrs. L. McKenna

Grade 2 Teacher

Mrs. P. Bortignon

Grade 3 Teacher

Mr. P. Stocker

Grade 4 Teacher

Ms. R. Rossi

Grade 5 Teacher

Ms. L. Guzzo

Grade 6 Teacher

Mrs. B. Crescenzo

Grade 7 Teacher

ASSISTANTS

Ms. L. Ciulla

Assistant

Miss. K. Corrado

Assistant

Miss. C. Cutri

Assistant

Miss. C. Delli Santi

Assistant

Miss. C. Funaro

Assistant

Miss. C. Hutchinson

Assistant

Mrs. J. Lavorato

Assistant

Miss. A. Longo

Assistant

Mrs. F. Longo

Assistant

Mrs. M. MacDonald

Assistant

Mrs. C. Pirillo

Assistant

Ms. A. Rossi

Assistant

Mrs. N. Russo

Assistant

Miss. A. Scaccia

Assistant

Mr. A. Spartano

Assistant

Miss. A. Tesan

Assistant

Mr. L. Tesan

Assistant

Mrs. K. Tomas

Assistant

The Catholic School Shares

In the Mission of the Church

At the beginning of the third millennium, all those involved in Catholic education are called to build communities of faith and holiness. In partnership with the family and the parish, the Catholic school participates in the saving mission of the Church. By evangelizing, catechesis and work of service, the Catholic school builds up both the family of faith and human community. The Catholic school provides religious and moral reference points to help students critically examine the culture around them and build society enlightened by the values of the Gospel: (excerpt from the CISVA website)