St. Mark CES Student Wins “Mayor For A Day” Contest in Whitchurch-Stouffville

Congratulations to Gabriella B., Grade 6 student at St. Mark CES for winner the first-ever Mayor For a Day Contest in Whitchurch-Stouffville! Open to students in Grades 5 – 7, the contest gave young people an opportunity to share ideas on how to make Whitchurch-Stouffville an even better place to live.  Applicants were invited to … Continue reading “St. Mark CES Student Wins “Mayor For A Day” Contest in Whitchurch-Stouffville”

Young Entrepreneurs at St. Mary Immaculate CES Win BMO Financial Innovation Award

Congratulations to the Grade 2 students in Mrs. Swirla’s class at St. Mary Immaculate CES in Richmond Hill for winning the BMO Financial Group National Student Innovation Award Enterprising Spirit. This award recognizes classes that leverage available and unique talents/resources of teacher, business partner, students, school and/or community.  The award is one of only 12 … Continue reading “Young Entrepreneurs at St. Mary Immaculate CES Win BMO Financial Innovation Award”

Innovators, Coders, Curious Minds Gather at St. Padre Pio CES

Parents, guardians and friends joined the students and staff of St. Padre Pio CES on May 9th to experience the thrill of STREAM. Visitors travelled around the school’s FDK to Grade 8 classrooms as part of this special event. What is STREAM? Today, it is critical for young learners to have the opportunity to explore all … Continue reading “Innovators, Coders, Curious Minds Gather at St. Padre Pio CES”

St. John Chrysostom breaks ground for a greener school

On June 6th, students, staff, friends and special guests of St John Chrysostom CES in Newmarket joined together to celebrate a special green initiative, the “De-Paving & Naturalization” of the school’s Kindergarten space. All in attendance worked together to achieve the school’s globally-focused objective of becoming a more environmentally-responsible facility and mindful student community. Along … Continue reading “St. John Chrysostom breaks ground for a greener school”