For Bullying Awareness & Prevention Week, the Robert F. Hall C.S.S. Grade 11 Leadership class ran a “Hug” Campaign. Hershey’s “hugs”, with a message of kindness, were purchased and sent to other students anonymously to promote kindness and generosity.
On November 21, students and staff from St. Edmund Campion S.S., participated in a Positive Ticketing Campaign with Peel Police and other community partners.
During Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, students at St. Edmund Campion S.S. were invited to take a photo with a positive message saying, “Hello my name is…loved, beautiful, worth it, etc.”
Iona C.S.S. students showcase the new Marketing Management SHSM bulletin board. This informative display highlights the outreach, certification, and co-op opportunities provided through Iona’s Business SHSM.
St. John of the Cross School was honoured to have Sir George St. Cyr, World War II Veteran, visit the school on Remembrance Day.
English students at Cardinal Leger S.S. participated in a ‘Ask-a-Priest’ session with Father Liborio Amaral, Pastor of St. Mary Church, regarding the Catholic Church’s historical role in implementing the federal government’s Residential School System.
This October, students in the Planning for Independence Program at John Cabot Secondary School visited the Precious Relics of the True Cross of Christ, recovered from Jerusalem at St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish in Mississauga.
On October 19, Minister of Crown - Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett visited St. Bonaventure School to learn about Ms. Eby’s Gr. 6 class inquiry into residential schools from the viewpoint of Gord Downie’s Secret Path.
On October 15, staff and students at St. Oscar Romero Catholic Secondary School celebrated the canonization of Archbishop Romero with a Mass celebrated by Monsignor Joseph Shiels.
On October 11, the International Day of the Girl, a group of Grade 6, 7 and 8 female students from St. Jude School were given the opportunity to learn how to code at Microsoft Canada’s headquarters.
Senior students at St. Edmund Campion Secondary School launched a new program called Life Teen. Life Teen’s mission is to lead teens closer to Christ and His Church through activities, talks, discussions and prayers.
ESL students from St. Edmund Campion Secondary School visited Dr. Simone’s Canadian Food for Children warehouse where they dedicated their time to sorting, packing, and labelling various items to be sent to developing countries around the world.