Canada Reads

These last couple of weeks have culminated in some very proud moments for me as an English teacher at Cardinal Carter.  I have had the opportunity to witness students truly caring about literature (and not just classical literature).  These students moved beyond their comfortable reading patterns and chose a supplementary book to read that was both contemporary and Canadian.  There was no need to look ... Continue reading "Canada Reads"

Celebrating Diversity with Nadine Williams

Today Cardinal Carter celebrated Black History Month with an assembly that demonstrated building community. The presentation showcased poetry and a musical performances from senior students. In addition, the Carter community welcomed award winning guest speaker, Nadine Williams who talked about multiculturalism, violence prevention, diversity and inclusivity. Thank you to all the staff and students who made this event possible. A special thanks goes ... Continue reading "Celebrating Diversity with Nadine Williams"

YCDSB is turning 50!

The York Catholic District School Board is excited to celebrate its 50th Anniversary on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. We will celebrate mass with His Eminence Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto at St. David’s Catholic Church in Maple, ON. A reception and banquet will follow at the Terrace Banquet Centre in Concord, ON.

Attention 2019 Graduates

Please pick up a graduation registration form at the secondary office and return your completed forms and payment of $100 to Mrs. Rubino. Forms and payments are due Feb. 28th!

2019 Mental Health Summit – All students and parents welcome!

In order to address the growing need for mental health supports for youth, Cardinal Carter C.H.S. staff and parent council will be hosting a Regional Summit for Mental Health on Thursday, March 21.  The Summit will consist of an information evening for YCDSB parents and their intermediate-senior aged children and board employees.  We look forward to hearing from a number of mental health advocates, professionals and