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After Setbacks and Heartache, St. Charles Cardinal is Honoured with Full Scholarship
05/15/2015 - There is not a more tenacious and motivated student than Lisa Ludwig. The seventeen year-old St. Charles College student and cancer survivor has just won Laurentian University’s Jim Fielding Memorial Bursary which will pay for her next four years of schooling. Lisa’s story is full of hardship and hurdles.  She has been a child of the ward since she was small – living with a foster family for as long as she can remember.
 
St. Charles College - Change Charity Gala
05/15/2015 - The St. Charles College World Issues Club is a student run and founded organization. The students want to encourage other young people to be informed, responsible global citizens who care about timely issues, and who make an effort to do something about it. In spirit of the club's purpose, they will be hosting their first annual charity gala "Change" to fundraise and promote for charitable organizations such as L'Arche Sudbury and The Junction Creek Stewardship Committee. They will also be showcasing Red Cross in light of the recent earthquake in Nepal. Change will give each organization the chance to address the community, showcase their mission and raise awareness for their cause.
 
Win - a One of a Kind Dollhouse from St. Charles College
05/15/2015 - You can win... a beautiful one of a kind dollhouse - created by the St. Charles College Comprehensive class! Tickets will be sold Tuesday-Thursday - May 19-21. The draw will take place on Friday, May 22. Tickets are 2.00 for one and 5.00 for 3. Call the school at 705-566-9605 for tickets or more information...
 
SCDSB Celebrates Sixth Annual Turning Points Essay Contest Awards
05/13/2015 - Invited students, parents, teachers and invited guests gathered together on May 6, 2015 to take part in the Sudbury Catholic District School Board’s Sixth annual Turning Points Essay Contest Awards ceremony. This essay contest is an initiative that stems from the Learning Partnership, which is an organization that champions a strong public education system to deliver innovative programs, credible research, policy initiatives, executive leadership and public engagement across Canada.
 
Cardinal Girls Told to "Love the Skin You're In!"
05/13/2015 - Cardinal Girls told to “Love the Skin You're In!" St. Charles College girls' were told their voices and imaginations are far more important than being eye candy. Brie Mathers, a presenter who hails from small town Bracebridge but now spends winters in California delivered a presentation on Media Literacy and Body Image. Mathers says this message is needed for young girls now more than ever as a culture of self-objectification creates mental health issues such as disordred eating, anxiety and depression. Brie’s work speaks to media idealizations of women and the influence they are having on young women’s self perception, shifting the conversation to a focus on inner resilience and loving yourself, your body, and one another. The presentation was made available through a Speak Up Grant from the government aimed at creating confident girls who don't concern themselves with negative body image. And it seemed to work. Wrote one participant in a follow-up evaluation: “This presentation made me feel like a strong, beautiful, independent young woman. I appreciate what you’re doing and I would like to help other girls feel as confident as I do today.” It also reached young women already struggling, inspiring them to attitudinal and behavioural change. During the presentation, Brie stopped the girls and implemented energy breaks.
 
Patty Mardero, Principal of St. Charles College Honoured as C.P.C.O. Principal of the Year
05/11/2015 - From April 21-23, the Catholic Principals' Council of Ontario held their annual conference in Toronto and celebrated the 2015 Principal of the Year Awards. Patty Mardero, Principal of St. Charles College was one of the five chosen in the province to be honoured this year. Principal of S.C.C. for the past 11 years,
 
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