Each year in December, The Globe and Mail puts out a giant holiday crossword, and I got to thinking about it today as I started the regular weekly crossword puzzle.
Spirit Week has always been a big deal at St. Clement’s School. It’s an annual celebration of everything that is creative and spirited. It features fun competitions by grade,
On Thursday evening, I took part in a Conference of Independent Schools (CIS Ontario) Women’s Network event. This network was set up to unite and connect women from CIS Ontario schools,
Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class took a virtual trip to Hollywood North recently with an Alumna as their guide.
With roles in The Handmaid’s Tale,
It is customary for me to use Sundays as a day to get some work done, in anticipation of the week ahead. So, when a longer weekend comes around,
The doors to London’s British Museum may currently be closed due to COVID-19, but that didn’t stop Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class from having an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour with a St.
The past few months have been challenging, to put it mildly, and there is a certain monotony to conversations and situations. I sometimes wonder whether it is possible to write a blog that doesn’t,
Our regular Wednesday full-school virtual gathering was a special e-STEM-bly this week, in advance of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11.
Author Hana Shafi wrote, “Real kindness lives in my nana’s famous expression- loosely translated, it means ‘Do good and then throw it in the well.’ It means you should do a good thing and then forget about it,