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Dear Parents/Guardians, The Ontario government has confirmed that all publicly-funded schools in Ontario will return to in-person classroom learning on Monday, January 17, 2022. This includes all elementary and secondary schools of the St. Clair Catholic District School Board. The
The following information is provided by Dr. David Colby, Medical Officer of Health, Chatham-Kent Public Health… January 11, 2022 Dear Parents/Guardians, RE: Vaccination of Youth Aged Five to 11 Years Over the last month, CK Public Health has been providing
It’s time for your little star to shine! St. Clair Catholic would like to invite all parents to our live kindergarten information session on January 19 at 6:00 P.M. The KinderSTARt information session is geared towards helping make sure you
Dear Parents/Guardians, The Ontario government has updated the daily screening tool for students, staff and essential visitors, which is to be completed for each student each day, when schools return to in-person classroom learning. The new daily screening tool can
St. Clair Catholic would like to invite all parents to our French Immersion information session on January 13, 2022, at 6:00 P.M. The French Immersion program offers families who do not speak French programming to build bilingualism in their children.
Dear Parents/Guardians, The Ontario government announced today that, due to the impact of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, the return to in-person classroom learning at all publicly-funded schools in the province will be delayed until Monday, January 17, 2022. This
Ministry of EducationMinister315 Front Street WestToronto, ON M7A 0B8 December 31, 2021 Dear Parents/Guardians, We know how critical in-person learning is to the mental health, well-being, and academic success of Ontario students. As we meet the challenge presented by the
Dear Parents/Guardians, The Ontario government announced today that the return to learning for all publicly-funded schools has been delayed until Wednesday, January 5, 2022. This includes in-person classroom learning for elementary and secondary schools, and online learning in the Remote
Students, families and staff at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Sarnia filled more than 70 stockings with items for the Inn of the Good Shepherd. “We wanted to collect items that are in high demand,” says Margaret DeGurse, Principal of
The sounds of festive music filled the air at St. Patrick’s Catholic High School in Sarnia last night, with Sounds of the Season, the school’s first live concert in two years. “What a thrill to hear our school concert band