Today’s agenda. Welcome and introductions Learn about OAPCE and your role as the OAPCE representative Review of resources available to you Q&A Closing Prayer. CCCSC In-service OAPCE Workshop -November 2, 2013 The Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education. Today’s agenda.
CCCSC In-service OAPCE Workshop -November 2, 2013
The Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education
Organizes an annual conference for parents. This year in Dufferin-Peel.
75th OAPCE Conference
May 23 - 24, 2014
“When You Weren’t Looking – the Impact of Being an Engaged Parent.”
Keynote and workshops:
Archbishop Phillip Pocock CSS
Mass and Dinner:
Toronto Airport Marriott
New Parent Resource Toolkit
Do you ever wonder about the development of the adolescent brain?
Join us as we hear from Dr. Josephine Lombardi about the role of faith in adolescent development.
Wednesday January 15th , 2014
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
St. Anne’s CES in Brampton, On
Full details & registration will come by email in November.
Funded by a PRO-Grant from the Ministry of Education
Resources available to you
What you will find on the DRAPCE website:
Highlights from OAPCE about the 75th OAPCE Conference in Dufferin-Peel. Open to all parents, guardians and partners in Catholic education – May 23-24th 2014
News- updates that are shared from parents in our region and partners in education
Meeting highlights, documents and minutes and reportsfrom OAPCE directors
Yearly Regional Reports
Parent Resourcesand a brochure about Success in Catholic Education
Linksto various resources for parents
Prayerscontributed by parents in the DRAPCE community
Event information for parent engagement opportunities in our region.
Follow along or participate in discussion with other parents in the province
Stay connected and share information with parents in our region.
What you will find in your package:
OAPCE one pager
OAPCE annual awards information
Parent Resource information sheet
DRAPCE council meeting dates & map
OAPCE conference Save the date flyer
Information share sheet
Let us begin our prayer: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Lord God, you fashioned each of us in your divine image and likeness, to live in the communion you share as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Be with us as we reflect and pray this morning.
Let us remember all those who have served, and continue serving in our armed forces, especially those who have died and those wounded in battle.
We also pray for healing and peace; that one day, all peoples will lay down their arms and embrace one another as brothers and sisters in one human family.
May this gathering, together with Remembrance Day thoughts and prayers everywhere, help move our world one step closer to the peace of your Kingdom.
We make this prayer to you through Jesus Christ, our Prince of Peace and Lord. In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.