On Thursday, April 26, the sun was shining and the temperature outside rose to a balmy 15 degrees. Some might call that the perfect spring day – a perfectly timed one,
Over this past week- one where tragedy hit our city with the loss of ten and injury of another fifteen as a result of a van being used as a weapon- there has been a lot of commentary about the reaction of people to what was an unexpected and terrible event.
St. Clement’s has a way with numbers, and it has all added up recently to some very exciting math results!
The Fermat Mathematics Contest is written in February at the University of Waterloo and is open to Grade 11 students and below.
On Sunday, at the end of National Volunteer Week, as I was preparing to write my blog expressing my thanks to our vast number of St. Clement’s volunteers, I came across a tweet by Seth Godin.
On April 12, sixteen St. Clement’s students really got dramatic. The girls in the Senior ADA4M drama class, with crew members from the ADA3M class, competed at the Regional level of the National Theatre School of Canada Drama Festival.
I am writing my blog on Sunday in a hotel room in Montreal after a day of nasty weather in Toronto, and the anticipation of the same kind of weather in Montreal to come.
As part of our ongoing strategy for engaging our community in conversations about our academic program SCS is excited to announce our newest platform for academic info – a brand new podcast called Inside 21!
With thanks to our Clementines, this weekend I found myself reflecting on powerful productions and how they come to be. While an audience member often sees only the end result,
Last week, the winner of Canada Reads 2018 was announced: Forgiveness, by Mark Sakamoto. On February 26, 2016, Mark Sakamoto came to talk to our Grade 10 students (now in Grade 12) here at SCS.
I have reflected often on ‘wellness.’ The word has become so pervasive and its meaning so expansive that It seems we are reading and hearing about the importance of wellness and its consideration in all that we do everywhere.