|St. Charles College Educational Assistant Eileen Kennedy Wins SCDSB's Annual Chairperson's Award
06/12/2014 - Every year at the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, nominations are sought for the Chairperson’s award. This award is given to a person or persons who makes outstanding contributions to the Catholic school system. The Board believes in the importance of recognizing employees who embrace Catholic values, demonstrates initiative and ingenuity, and contributes positively to the lives of students and staff. At the board’s annual retirement dinner, on June 11, 2014, Sudbury Catholic staff Eileen Kennedy was presented with this year’s award.
|St. Charles College Receives Special Privileges to Visit the SNO Lab
05/26/2014 - On Thursday May 15, the St. Charles college senior physics class was given the opportunity to head underground and visit the SNOlab, which is the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory. This unique and world class facility specializes in high end particle physics, chemistry, and astronomy. The students were given a one-time opportunity to experience several experiments including the search for dark matter.
|Unleashing the “Inner Bear” and Spreading Kindness
|St. Charles College students create Catholic Education Week video
05/20/2014 - St. Charles College grade 9 students Brandon Roy, Kayla Folz, Marshall-Deschenes and Sydney Sheppard created a video illustrating what Catholic Education week means to them.
05/15/2014 - Three girls at St. Charles College were recently honoured for their written works of art. Grade 12 students Maicie Szilva and Melissa Minor as well as grade 9 student Katie Micscio were recognized at the Sudbury Turning Points ceremony. Turning Points is a writing competition put on by the Learning Partnership that focuses on building character development and literacy for students in grades 6-12.
|Writing Our Chalice Children
05/13/2014 - Students in St. Charles College teacher Elizabeth Szilva’s Grade 11 English class have been writing letters to children in far off places. The students have been contacting the Chalice children that are sponsored by the school community during the Lenten collection. Chalice is a Catholic sponsorship program that helps impoverished children with educational support, nutrition, medical care and other needs. Many of the children sponsored by St. Charles College live in places like India, Guatemala and the Philippines.