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As Catholics, we believe that everyone is wonderfully made in the image and likeness of God, who created us and loves us unconditionally. We are called to love one another, just as God loves each one of us. At St.
After much consideration and discussion with our Christmas in Muskoka partners and volunteers, the Board has decided to discontinue both the Christmas in Muskoka annual event and the yearly Grade 7 leadership camps at Muskoka Woods in Rosseau, Ontario. “We
This is a time to honor the history, culture, and diversity of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples in what we now know as Canada and to recognize the strength and resilience across communities. St. Clair Catholic celebrates this month
During the week of May 2 to May 6, St. Clair Catholic celebrated Catholic Education Week. The theme for this year was Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together. Staff and students across the district and in all grades, embraced the week by
Annabelle Rayson, a Grade 11 student at St. Patrick’s Catholic High School, has received the Best Project Discovery Award at the Canada-wide Science Fair, which was held virtually last week. Annabelle’s work was singled out along with six others, from
St. Patrick’s Catholic High School students with special needs recently attended an overnight camping experience at Woodeden Easter Seal Camp in London. Student leaders helped design and lead activities that were inclusive, engaging, and unbelievably fun! All students were able
The St. Angela Merici Catholic School community recently held a fundraising walk for the McGlynn family, as they raise money to support the Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital in Toronto. In 2020, Jocelyn McGlynn lost her brave battle with Acute Myeloid
The St. Clair Catholic District School Board has adopted a new flag protocol, which will guide and direct the raising and lowering of the National Flag of Canada, the Provincial Flag of Ontario and other secondary flags. The policy sets
Students and staff at St. Patrick’s Catholic High School along with the St. Benedict Council #11164 of the Knights of Columbus bar-b-qued about 800 hot dogs today, to raise more than $2,000 for the relief effort in the Ukraine and
St. Patrick’s Catholic High School celebrated Wellness Week last week. The event was organized by the students of the Grade 12 Leadership Class, with the support of the school’s Wellness Committee. Six workshops focused on one of the six spheres