St. Clair Catholic’s Connecting heARTs campaign will share artwork as a sign of hope to show how much we care about each other … and that we’re all in this together!
The Government of Ontario has announced that all publicly funded schools in the province will remain closed until at least May 31, 202
Students and staff at St. Anne Catholic School in Blenheim have assembled a slideshow to say ‘thank you’ to Chatham-Kent’s frontline healthcare workers. View it here
Nearly 600 additional Chromebooks and Special Education devices were distributed to families at schools across the St. Clair Catholic district today. It was the second round of technology deployment for the Board, bringing the total to more than 1,600 devices.
St. Clair Catholic is assisting the community response in the fight against COVID-19 with donations of food and personal protection equipment (PPE)..
Although the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent’s building is closed to the public due to COVID-19,, staff are working hard. Referrals are being accepted and resources are available for families.
End of school year trips and celebrations are cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents/guardians who deposited money will begin to receive refunds. Parents/guardians should direct any questions to the principal or school secretary.
Chatham-Kent Public Health will reschedule Grade 7 immunization clinics that were to take place in schools during April and May. Schools will be notified when the clinics are rescheduled.
On the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the Government of Ontario has extended the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act for another 28 days.