|F/I Students at St.Charles College Celebrate la Ste-Catherine by Making "tire"
11/27/2015 - On November 25th teacher Sabrina Rocca's grade 7/8 French Immersion class at St. Charles College celebrated a cultural event known as "La Sainte-Catherine. Saint Catherine is the patron saint of young, unmarried women. She lived in the 4th century, and was executed for refusing to marry the emperor. Making tire became a French-Canadian tradition when Sister Marguerite Bourgeoys, founder of the Congregation of Notre Dame made sweet candy to attract young sudents to her school. The "candy" became so popular that young maidens started making them on the feast of Ste. Catherine.
|The concept of "otherness" at SCC
11/27/2015 - This week at St. Charles College, the high school students presented an idea to the grade 8 students. The concept was "otherness" and the goal was to discuss differences in each other and show greater acceptance of others.
11/27/2015 - We are very pleased to invite you to participate in our campaign 'Your Voice Matters'. This is an opportunity to contribute your thoughts about your schools and our school board.
We want to know what you appreciate and what challenges you believe your school is facing. To join the conversation, just click on the link below. You'll be asked to share your thoughts through four open-ended questions.
|Coming Soon... #Yourvoicematters!
11/24/2015 - Very soon we will be inviting you to participate in our campaign 'Your Voice Matters'. This is an opportunity to contribute your thoughts about your school and our school board. We want to know what you appreciate and what challenges you believe your school is facing. You'll be asked to share your thoughts through three open-ended questions. More information to come shortly... #yourvoicematters@sudburycatholicschools
|"Dear Veteran” Letters Being Penned at St. Charles College
11/09/2015 - As part of a letter writing unit in Literacy studies, students in teacher Sarah Bock’s grade seven class at St. Charles College are writing war veterans. The students are writing the letters in an effort to show veterans why there are valued. The unit ties in nicely to the Remembrance Day theme.
|Stepping into Grade 9 Night at St. Charles College - Nov. 5