Frank Ryan Catholic Intermediate School

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Gr. 8 into Gr. 9 Transition Information (St.Pius)

We have been working with St. Pius X High School on timelines and information to share with Gr. 8 students and their parents and/or guardians.

We ask that you please review this document for an overview of items and timelines to transition current Gr. 8 Frank Ryan students to St. Pius X for the 2022-23 School Year.

If any specific questions related to your child, please contact Ms. Montgomery (Guidance Counselor) at

If there are any changes to dates/times we will update this document.

Thank You.

Reminder: Daily Self Screening

As we look forward to welcoming students back into the building this week, a reminder to ensure your child has passed the daily self-screening prior to attending school each day. We appreciate your cooperation and diligence with this. Below are some useful links.

Here is the link to the Daily Self Screening Tool.

Here is a summary chart provided by OPH

Most recent update from the OCSB (January 17th)

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Update for Return to School Jan 17th

Please click here to view some updates about return to in-person learning this Monday (January 17th). Reminder that if your child uses special transportation or yellow school bus to get to school, that ensure you are subscribed for any School Bus notifications and/or cancellations.

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41st Annual Turkey Trot of Hope Fundraiser


Earlier today we unveiled our 41st annual Turkey Trot of Hope Presentation to the students. Click here to view.

As many of you are aware, the Turkey Trot of Hope is a very important tradition at Frank Ryan. We are asking students to help fundraise for some very worthy charities. This year, we expect to surpass the $1000000 mark (One Million Dollars!!) of total funds raised by Frank Ryan Students! That is quite the accomplishment and a tradition that students should be very proud to be able to participate in.

On Thursday, October 7th, students will participate in approximately a 3.5 km walk around the community with their classmates, wearing their Homeroom T-Shirts. It is always a great sight to witness and the students always enjoy the day.

All information is found in this parent letter.

We ask that you:

1. Encourage your child to fundraise. Parents are asked to collect all donations and make a single contribution on School Cash Online. Donations are to be marked on the pledge sheets that students were given today. Pledge Sheets to be returned to school/homeroom teacher on/by Tuesday, October 12th.

2. Either fill out the permission form sent home OR complete this form for your child to participate. (the electronic form is much easier and faster!)

3. Make a single donation using School Cash Online from funds raised by your child and have the pledge sheet return on Tuesday, October 12th.

4. Ensure your child is dressed with appropriate footwear to walk 3.5 km on Thursday, Oct 7th. All information is found in the parent letter.

Thank you for your continued support.

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