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Media Releases
Date
Media Release
Feb 21 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

 

March 04, 2021

As part of a school-wide Lenten initiative, the FDK students at St. Ursula Catholic School in Chatham have been praying daily for their family members and friends.  In addition, they are sharing acts of kindness towards each other and the community. “Through classroom discussions, the students have named several community helpers that they wished to […]

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March 03, 2021

School teams from across the St. Clair district are trying to make their way along a 13,951 kilometer cross-Canada journey as part of the Amazing Race Canada Reading Challenge.  Holy Family Catholic School has challenged all schools in the district to participate.  The reading challenge was launched in February and wraps up at the end […]

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March 03, 2021

Stephanie Zondervan’s Grade 2/3 class at Georges P. Vanier Catholic School has combined artwork with messages of love to encourage healthcare workers and patients at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA).  “During our morning prayer intentions the students often ask to pray for their parents or family members who are working at, or patents in, the […]

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March 02, 2021

St. Clair Catholic highlights Social Work Week by acknowledging and thanking our social workers for their hard work and dedication. Spotlighting this profession and underscoring the important contributions that our Student Support and Wellbeing Team (SSWT) makes on a daily basis is important. Our social workers confront some of the most challenging struggles facing our […]

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February 25, 2021

Ursuline College student Victoria Frias has been awarded the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario (CPCO) Student Scholarship.  This annual award is presented to a graduating student who best exemplifies strength and passion in the areas of service, advocacy and leadership. “Victoria is an amazing young woman and worthy recipient for this honour,” says Ray Power, […]

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February 25, 2021

Three ply face masks, featuring authentic Indigenous artwork, have been made available to students in the St. Clair Catholic District School Board.  The face masks are a gift to the Board by Steve Tooshkenig, a member of the Bkejwanong Territory and Tyson Wesley, owner of Indigenous Face Masks.ca   The Board also purchased some additional masks. […]

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February 24, 2021

As a community of faith, each year during our Lenten journey God calls us to a time of fasting, praying and caring for others along the way.  It is also a time of hope; which is perhaps more important now than ever before. “The current restrictions on daily life as a result of the global […]

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February 24, 2021

At yesterday evening’s Regular Board Meeting, Trustees were updated on the tremendous contributions of Noelle’s Gift to students and families over the past several years. “What a remarkable legacy for Noelle Paquette,” says Deb Crawford, Director of Education.  “The support that is provided to our students and families by the Paquette family on behalf of […]

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February 24, 2021

The design process is underway for the new Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School, which will be built on The Rapids Parkway in Sarnia. “This is an important step in the process,” says Deb Crawford, Director of Education.  “We want stakeholders to have a say in what they value as the plans for the design of […]

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February 24, 2021

Architecttura Inc. Architects of Windsor, Ontario has been selected as the firm that will lead the project at Sacred Heart Port Lambton.  The work will include a portapak demolition, school and child care addition and retrofit upgrades. A request for proposals (RFP) was issued on January 8, 2021 and seven proposals were received.  An open […]

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