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.
On September 26, Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School hosted its annual Terry Fox Walk raising $4,055 for cancer research.
On September 28, John Cabot Catholic Secondary School held its first Grade 9 Night In. Grade 9 students were led by senior students and rotated through informative sessions on healthy relationships and cyber security, as well as team and board games.
On September 28, staff at the Catholic Education Centre came together in a show of empathy and respect on Orange Shirt Day.
The Grade 11 Understanding Contemporary First Nations, Metis and Inuit Voices class at Robert F. Hall C.S.S. designed t-shirts to reflect the importance of the continued learning involved in our history with residential schools for Orange Shirt Day.
With the help of Indigenous artist, Naomi Smith, Art students at Cardinal Leger Secondary School designed logos for Orange Shirt Day. They made t-shirts with these logos that students and staff wore on September 28.
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.
Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School Arts and Culture and Transportation SHSM students had an awesome start to the school year by completing three certification courses at Cedar Glen - YMCA.
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.
On September 13, staff and students at Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School participated in its annual Terry Fox Walk, raising over $2,500 for cancer research.
St. Joseph Secondary School kicked off its 25th Anniversary year with a pilgrimage to St. Joseph Parish for their opening Mass presided by Fr. Neiman D’Souza and new Seminarian Intern and St. Marcellinus S.S. alumnus, Kevin Adriano.
On August 23, Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School officially welcomed the Class of 2022 to Get Ready 2018.