With only a few blogs left, I felt it important to make mention of the necessary support I have had for my weekly writing over the last six years. It is not I,
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Thank you to all alumnae who joined us for our Alumnae Reunion Weekend Events a couple weeks ago. There was a fun and spirited cocktail party,
It is very hard to believe that there is less than a month left of this school year. To me, it seems as if time is speeding up, and events fly by at the blink of an eye.
With the amount of time teens (and almost-teens) spend online, they need to be aware of what’s out there. This year, SCS introduced a Grade 7 Media Literacy course to help students become better versed in all sorts of media,
It is not often that my blog themes are similar from one week to the next; however, in light of the past several days, I am drawn to write about a special relationship and a magical moment for our School this past week.
At. St. Clement’s we have been blessed with wonderful opportunities to connect and build relationships with First Nations peoples over the last eight years. As a result, our girls and staff are aware of and passionate about our role in supporting and ensuring change for the better.
As I flipped the latest edition of The Red Blazer closed this week having read it cover to cover, I was reminded of our School’s advertisement tagline, “The best path is rarely a straight line.” I love this concept and believe it wholeheartedly.