Intermediate students created a permanent memorial at St. Rita School to honour the Canadian men and women who fought and died in the name of peace and freedom.
Students in John Cabot Catholic Secondary School’s E.S.L. program wrote Christmas cards to soldiers stationed in Canada and abroad to thank them for their service and to wish them a happy holiday despite being far from home this year.
On September 30, the Grade 6/7 class at St. Bonaventure School was enthused to share their learning of Orange Shirt Day with the school community.
On October 1, St. Martin Secondary School officially opened its new outdoor classroom. Thanks to a grant from Tree Canada, the outdoor classroom was able to benefit from the addition of several mature trees, in addition to new shrubs and mulch.
Grade 9 Religion students at St. Edmund Campion Secondary School followed Pope Francis’ recent directive to love and service and posted acts of kindness amidst crisis that demonstrate the Kingdom of God.
In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, St. Mary School participated in an “Attitude of Gratitude” Challenge by adorning a “Gratitude Tree” with leaves containing messages of what they were grateful and thankful for in their lives.
Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School was excited to welcome back our students on September 8. Teachers greeted students to welcome them back and to ensure safety.
Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School Communications students created beautiful lanyards to keep masks secure.