|SCC World Issues Class Connecting Globally
07/02/2015 - The St. Charles College World Issues Club further expanded its horizons this June thanks to Skype. The students spent an hour asking questions to an English teacher in Damascus, Syria. Bashar was a tour guide until civil unrest made touring the country too dangerous. Teacher Dan Boisvert, who travelled to Syria in 2008, continued to correspond with Bashar through social media.
|Cards Shine at Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Fair
06/19/2015 - Students who are part of the Paul Martin Aboriginal Initiative at St. Charles College were given a task first semester – develop a business by finding a niche in the market. Second semester, they massaged the plan by creating a sound business plan.
|June 2015 OAPCE Newsletter
06/16/2015 - As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting our Sudbury Catholic parents, the SCDSB would like to provide a link to the latest newsletter from The Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education (OAPCE).
|2015-2016 Draft Budget
06/10/2015 - The Board is committed to utilizing its resources wisely, effectively and equitably. Views with respect to our strategic priorities and goals for the upcoming year are welcomed. Learn about Sudbury Catholic Schools' budget process and see the draft budget for the upcoming academic year.
|SCC Supports Bill 45
06/01/2015 - In support of World no Tobacco day, which is May 30th, youth advocates from St. Charles College showed their support for the recent passing of bill 45 in the Ontario Legislature. The students wanted to raise awareness of the bill, which has the goal of enhancing public health by putting restrictions on flavoured tobacco, e-cigarettes, and on tobacco in public spaces. The SCC students created a sign along the Falconbridge highway to raise awareness of the passing of the bill.
|Cultural Skyping with “Mr. Tim” and Students in Egypt
05/28/2015 - It was a morning of cultural education in Mr. Emond’s World Issues classroom on May 28. The St. Charles College students skyped with Mr. Tim Kingshott and his students in Cairo, Egypt today where it was more than 40 degrees Celsius mid afternoon. Mr. Tim Kingshott is a St. Charles College teacher but is teaching Physics and Math in English at a high school in Egypt this year, where students refer to him as "Mr. Tim". The two groups of students got together to exchange questions about each other’s countries.