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April’s “Super” Virtue – Reverence

Congratulations to April’s winners of this month’s Catholic virtue – Reverence. “Have reverence for the Lord your God and worship only him. Be faithful to him and make your promises in his name alone.” Deuteronomy 10:20

See the document below for a list of the winner’s names.

 

 

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SBN Awarded a School of Character!

Congratulations to all the staff and students at St. Brendan CES for receiving the School of Character Award at the 13th Annual York Region Character Community Awards on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. The award is “presented to a school that has systematically developed a sustained character development initiative that positively impacts the climate and culture of their school and community.” Please see below for further ... Continue reading "SBN Awarded a School of Character!"

Challenger Baseball Jamboree

St. Brendan was excited to have been chosen to participate in this year’s  Baseball Challenger in Schools Jamboree, presented by Sobeys, and partnered with Jays Care Foundation.  

St. Brendan is a trained Challenger Baseball school.  This program provides an opportunity for children and youth with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participating in baseball at a ... Continue reading "Challenger Baseball Jamboree"

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St. Brendan ECO News

Our ECO Team has been busy here at SBN this year!  Our goal is to help educate students on protecting the environment and running initiatives to keep our school as green as it can be! We thank you for your participation in the events we have been running like Trashless Thursdays, Walk to School Week, and our Marker and Battery Recycling Drive Earth Rangers! We ... Continue reading "St. Brendan ECO News"

Enriching the Curriculum through Black History and Culture

Students at St. Brendan participated in many activities during Black History Month as can be seen below, but the highlight was the presentation by Por Amor who took us on a trip through Ghana to find a griot. Students had the opportunity to learn about umoja which means unity, a game called oware, kumba which means creativity and so much more ... Continue reading "Enriching the Curriculum through Black History and Culture"