Students at Good Shepherd and St. Elizabeth Catholic schools joined with members of the Bkejwanong Territory this week, as they celebrated the planting of a variety of traditional medicines in their school gardens, including sage, cedar and sweetgrass. Cedric, Sandra
Throughout the ordered school closure period, the St. Clair Catholic District School Board will keep families up-to-date regarding cancelled programs and activities. These include school and Board facilities, programs and related activities by parish and community partners.
Live Audio Streaming of Public Board Meetings
During the COVID-19 pandemic, stakeholders and members of the general public will have access to all public Board and committee meetings via live audio streaming. Closed captioning is also available.
Students in the Grade 11 foods class at Ursuline College recently showed their thoughtful support for residents of the Chatham-Kent Women’s Shelter. They baked and decorated sugar cookies, then tagged them with uplifting and inspirational messages and delivered them to
In a colourful ceremony, the community of Corunna celebrated 200 years of history at St. George’s Square, selected in 1823 by Lord Beresford as the site for Canada’s national capital and the location of future parliament buildings. However, in 1857
Director of Education Scott Johnson recently paid a visit to Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School and was met at the door by students who were celebrating ‘Dress Like a Director Day!’ The students’ attire included various articles of professional clothing.
17 new trees were planted on Catholic school yards in Forest and Bright’s Grove recently. The trees are courtesy of Lambton Public Health and the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority, through funding from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.
Over the past several weeks, hundreds of students of the St. Clair Catholic District School Board have participated in a series of First Nations Pow Wows, at a number of local venues including, Fanshawe College, Lambton College, Moraviantown and the
The Terry Fox Foundation has expressed its appreciation to the St. Clair Catholic District School Board and its family of schools for participation in the annual Terry Fox Run. Fundraising for 2022 totalled more than $40,000. “We would like to
God, you are the source of all love and blessings.We turn to you in gratitude for the gift of mothers,formed in your likeness and image, and vessels of your unconditional love.Bless and accompany them as they guide and nurture their
Over the next several weeks, students equipped with gloves and garbage bags will be fanning out across areas surrounding St. Patrick’s Catholic High School, in an effort to help beautify the neighbourhood. They’ll be gathering up litter that has collected
Draw to be held Friday, June 16, 2023 Picture yourself holding this giant cheque! You could be the next big winner! Since April 2022, the St. Clair Foundation has awarded prizes totaling more than $33,000.00! The next 50/50 raffle runs