Media Releases
Media Release
May 17 21 Chatham-Kent Kiwanis Donate Seven Red Maples to St. Angela Merici Catholic School
May 13 21 St. Clair Catholic Moves Forward with Sale of Former St. Agnes Catholic School
May 6 21 Bishop Dabrowski Leads Blessing Celebration for St. Angela Merici Catholic School in Chatham
May 5 21 Virtual Blessing of St. Angela Merici Catholic School to be Celebrated by Bishop Dabrowski
Apr 27 21 Architect Selected to Design New Chatham Elementary School
Apr 27 21 New Monsignor Uyen Project on Baldoon Road on Target for July 30, 2021 Completion
Apr  9 21 Director of Education Announces Intention to Retire, Effective September 30, 2021
Mar 30 21 Design of New Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School in Sarnia Presented to Board of Trustees
Mar 30 21 Exciting Plans for Sacred Heart Port Lambton Refurbishment Presented to Board of Trustees
Mar 30 21 Catholic Student Trustees Elected to Serve for 2021-2022 School Year
Mar 30 21 Board of Trustees Approves Capital Projects for School Communities Across the District
Mar 22 21  CK Public Health Donates Water Bottles to St. Clair Catholic
Mar 18 21 Voluntary Asymptomatic COVID-19 Testing March 21 in Chatham-Kent
Mar 11 21 Voluntary Asymptomatic COIV-19 Testing to Begin March 14
Feb 25 21 Face Masks Featuring Indigenous Artwork Distributed to Elementary Schools
Feb 25 21 Ursuline College Student Receives Provincial Recognition from Catholic Principals' Council
Feb 23 21 Noelle's Gift - Ensuring that Every Child has an Opportunity to "Grow Up Great!"
Feb 23 21 St. Clair Catholic Continues Work to Improve Air Quality in Schools Across the District
Feb 23 21 Lenten Activities Guide Helps Direct a Journey Fasting, Praying and Caring for Each Other
Feb 23 21 Architecttura Inc. Selected to Lead Project at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Port Lambton
Feb 23 21 User Group Committee Assists with Design Stage of new Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School
Feb 17 21 London Bridge selected as Child Care Provider for New Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School
Feb 12 21 Gregory A. Hogan Students Produce Valentine's Video for Front Line Workers at Bluewater Health
Feb 12 21 Canadian Baseball Star Fergie Jenkins joins Georges P. Vanier Students in Virtual Meeting
Feb  4 21 Gregory A. Hogan Students have Virtual Visit with Toronto Blue Jays
Jan 28 21 St. Clair Catholic Recognizes Black History Month at Schools Across the District
Jan 26 21 Architect Selected for New Sarnia School
Jan 26 21 Director's Annual Report 2020 Released
Jan  20 21 St. Angela Merici Principal Juli Faubert Receives Provincial Recognition and Principal of the Year
Jan 7 21 Holiday Highlights Bring Warmth and Smiles
Jan 6 21 Minister of Education Stephen Lecce Makes Virtual Appearance in Grade 7-8 Careers Class
Dec 10 20 Students at St. Patrick's and Ursuline College link with Director of Vatican Observatory for special Science Lesson
Dec  9 20 "Kindness Video Contest" Winners Announced
Dec  7 20 Students at St. Patrick's and Ursuline College link with Vatican Observatory for special Science Lesson 
Dec  1 20 No changes in Board of Trustee leadership - John Van Heck acclaimed Chair Mat Roop acclaimed Vice Chair
Nov 24 20 History of Catholic Education in Kent and Lambton Counties Preserved in New Book
Nov 19 20 Resource Kits and Learning Materials Packaged for Students Enrolled in Virtual Learning
Nov 12 20 School Boards Share $125,000 in Donations from Noelle's Gift
Nov 3 20 St. Clair Catholic Supports Annual Legion Poppy Fundraisers Through School Cash Online
Nov 2 20 Halloween for Hunger Tradition at Ursuline College Continues Despite COVID-19
Oct 28 20 Ministry of Education Approves Funding for Purchase of Land for New Sarnia Elementary School
Oct 27 20 Board Releases Capital Plan for 2020 through 2022
Oct 27 20 St. Clair Catholic Observes Treaties Recognition Week with Learning Opportunities Across the District
Oct 22 20 Mental Health Supports Available to Help Individual and Families during COVID-19
Oct 16 20 CLASS Celebrates National School Bus Safety Week
Sept 30 20 Administration Reports to Board of Trustees on #SeptemberReady Project
Sept 23 20 St. Clair Catholic Marks Orange Shirt Day With Live Learning Events For Students Across The District
Aug 25 20 St. Clair Catholic Budget for 2020-2021 Puts Health and Safety of Students and Staff First


June 10, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians and Students: The 2020-2021 school year was unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.  We faced many challenges; and yet, we have learned valuable lessons along the way.   Now, as we prepare for 2021-2022, we want to take the opportunity to hear from our families and students.  What are some of the experiences that […]

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June 08, 2021

Beginning on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, the St. Clair Catholic District School Board will lower all flags at schools and the Catholic Education Centre to half-mast to recognize the tragic loss in the London Muslim community.  We pray for the victims of this unspeakable crime, and the family members and friends who are left to […]

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June 02, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians, The Ontario government has directed that online remote learning will continue across the province for the remainder of the school year.  That means that all publicly funded elementary and secondary schools, including those of the St. Clair Catholic District School Board, will remain closed to in-person classroom learning until September 2021. You can […]

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May 30, 2021

Flags at all St. Clair Catholic schools and the Catholic Education Centre will be lowered to half mast beginning Monday, May 31, 2021 to honour the 215 children whose lives were lost at the Kamloops, B.C. residential school.  In memory of these children, and in recognition of the thousands of others who are the victims […]

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May 28, 2021

CK and Lambton Public Health have provided important information for families regarding COVID-19 vaccines for 12 to 17-year-olds. Read more in the links below. Letter to Parents/Guardians from the Medical Officers of Health Fact Sheet

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May 27, 2021

This week we will walk together with Dennis Windego, an internationally acclaimed Indigenous psychotherapist, on a Healing Journey as part of a four-day series. Dennis Windego will speak about trauma – historical, personal, the journeying within, and living a trauma-informed life. The series will run daily from May 27th-May 30th @ 1 pm EST.  Find […]

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May 26, 2021

Chatham-Kent Public Health and Lambton Public Health are offering COVID-19 vaccination clinics specifically for 12 to 17-year-olds.  For the details, please see the information below. For 12 to 17 year olds in Chatham-Kent… CK Public Health has added new clinic dates where youth 12-17 can now book appointments. Beginning this Saturday, May 29 and onward, […]

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May 26, 2021

The Board of Trustees has expressed its thanks and appreciation for Student Trustees Mia Abate and Lucas Rupert.  Mia, a student at St. Patrick’s has represented the students of Sarnia and Lambton County; and Lucas, a student at Ursuline College Chatham, has been the representative of Chatham-Kent students through the 2020-2021 school year.  In thanking […]

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May 25, 2021

Parents and guardians are encouraged to participate in SCCDSB’s school climate survey before its close date on Friday, May 28th. This information is important in helping our Board to assess perceptions about safety; make informed planning decisions to promote safe and inclusive schools, and build and sustain a positive school climate here at SCCDSB. We […]

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May 21, 2021

Please join SCCDSB and OHSC on Thursday, June 3rd from 3:15-4:00 pm for our final Speaker Series event with Michael Fullan. Fullan is a world-renowned author, speaker, and educational consultant. Recognized as a worldwide authority on educational reform, he advises policymakers, local leaders, and school communities in helping to achieve the moral purpose of all […]

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