|Students Teaching Students About Bullying
11/22/2013 - Talking to or at students doesn’t always get an important message across to kids or teenagers. That’s why students in the senior Leadership class at St. Charles College were in charge of this year’s grade 9 anti-bullying retreat. The students then reported to their second class of the day and discussed a series of value statements with the leadership students to generate discussion and debate relating to issues such as social media and bullying.
|World Renowned Scientist/Environmentalist Speaks to St. Charles College Students
11/20/2013 - Scientist and environmentalist David Suzuki met online with hundreds of high school students across the country on November 20 including science students at St. Charles College in Sudbury. The focus of his talk was the Earth and its water.
|Today we "bring God's peace into the world"
11/11/2013 - St. Charles College and St. Bernadette students came together in song on November 11 for a special Remembrance Day faith celebration. The presentation was pulled together by Drama teacher Diandra Zafiiris.
|Stepping Into Grade 9 at St. Charles College - Information Night
11/05/2013 - The Stepping Into Grade 9 Information Night for grade 8 students and parents is Wednesday, November 6th at 6:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. For more information, call the school at 705-566-9605.
|Everyday They're Shuffling
10/29/2013 - In secondary school, a culminating wrap-up assignment can look like something that is done with a pen and paper or it can be a little more active and impacting. That’s why the St. Charles College grade 9 girls’ physical education class run by teachers Chantal Dagostino and Sean Gilroy is training to participate in the Salvation Army’s Santa Shuffle Fun Run and Elf Walk. Almost forty of the students have been training hard for what they are calling the “First Annual SCC Back to Basics Run/Walk/Santa Shuffle”.
|Don’t bet with Scared Money
10/22/2013 - A free gambling awareness theatre production hit the stage at St. Charles College on October 23, 2013. The presentation is supported by the Responsible Gaming Council and explores online gambling, gaming and cyber bullying. The production hones in on the lives of young adults who are trying to start a band, hold down jobs and live their lives with money they don’t necessarily have at their fingertips. One of the characters ends up betting with “Scared Money” which refers to money you don’t have at your fingertips.