Kindergarten students at St. Nicholas School created an abstract painting titled, Colours. Students learned that colour can represent emotions. They were encouraged to share feelings they had in their hearts.
During the season of Lent, John Cabot C.S.S. staff and students participated in the Cabot Cares Campaign to collect personal hygiene products for those in need.
Grade 8 students at St. John Henry Newman Catholic Elementary School created black and white illustrations of the Stations of the Cross.
Grade 8 students at St. Therese of the Child Jesus School created beautiful digital mosaics during Holy Week while reflecting on the various events that led Jesus to His death.
The Youth Faith Ambassadors and Grade 8 students at St. John Henry Newman Elementary School created beautiful photographs of the Stations of the Cross.
On March 30, John Cabot Catholic Secondary School welcomed a new statue of Our Blessed Mother is the Peace Garden situated at the front of the school.
Congratulations to Julianne Balatayo, a Grade 8 student from St. Clare School for winning the elementary school level Padayon Art Competition for Sentro Rizal-Consulate General of the Philippines.
The students at Sts. Peter and Paul and St. Sebastian Schools received a virtual visit from the Mayor of Mississauga, Bonnie Crombie. She read a story to over 700 Kindergarten to Grade 8 students and answered questions about her role as mayor.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School PIP students took to the set this season of Lent, as they worked with the Grade 12 Video class and the Crusaders in Action Chaplaincy team to present a prayerful Stations of the Cross.
The week of March 22 to 26 was Inform and Educate week at St. Peter School. The Grade 7 class created a bulletin board to educate students about the injustices our Indigenous communities are facing.