Imagine a world-class track facility right here in Sarnia-Lambton, available to students and athletes from across our community. The St. Clair Catholic District School Board (SCCDSB) and Conseil Scolaire Catholique (CSC) Providence have embarked on the first leg of this
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Student and staff volunteers from Ursuline College are set to hit the streets again this year, in aid of Chatham Outreach for Hunger. “This is a tremendous effort each year to support people in our community, who need our help,”
St. Clair Catholic’s Action News team has produced Episode 5 of the continuing updates for the Board’s new school construction projects – Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School in Sarnia; and St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic School in south Chatham. The
The Board of Trustees has endorsed St. Teresa of Calcutta as the name of St. Clair Catholic’s newest elementary school, located on Tweedsmuir Avenue, W. in south Chatham. “I want to thank the school communities, especially the students, for their
After a long and successful career in Catholic education, which spans 35 years, Laura Callaghan has announced her retirement as Superintendent of Education, effective November 1, 2023. Mrs. Callaghan began teaching French with the former Kent County Roman Catholic Separate
Director of Education Scott Johnson has announced the appointment of Michelle Sawa to the position of Superintendent of Education. Ms. Sawa began her career as an educator with the Kenora Catholic District School Board in 1999. She comes to St.
It was Arbour Day in the fall at Sacred Heart Port Lambton recently. The school was selected by Hydro One, as a partner school in its environmental initiative to bring awareness to young people about the importance of trees. “Our
More than 600 Grade 7 and 8 students from Catholic elementary schools in Chatham-Kent, along with about 250 secondary students from Urusline College Chatham, participated in the Learning, Earning and Living in CK Career Expo at the John D. Bradley
The latest winner in the St. Clair District Education Foundation’s series of 50/50 draws is Andreas Laskaratos from Sarnia. Mr. Laskaratos receives half of the $10,190 jackpot, which is a total of $5,095. The winning ticket #D-3914 was drawn at