This past weekend, I found myself considering three small words – “Ifs, Ands, and Buts” – that take on a big role in the context of conversation and learning.
On Saturday, approximately 60 St. Clement’s School community members gathered on Zoom for an amazing hour of cinnamon bun baking. The event was led by Alumna,
Relationships are fundamental to St. Clement’s School; so much so that within our 2020-2025 Strategic Framework, to be launched soon, we prioritize them for our students as we believe that it is only through strong,
Most mornings, I take a brief moment to read from some of my favourite books. By now, many in our community will know that I have appreciated the sage words of Richard Wagamese as we have navigated through the months of this pandemic.
This weekend, the saying ‘stop to smell the flowers,’ was top of mind for me. First used by golfer Walter Hagen, he said, “You’re only here for a short visit.
As I reflect on the past week and prepare for the coming one, the title of this blog means so much more than one might think.
This weekend I finished a book that I suspect will stay with me for years to come. I am always grateful to authors who can wrap me up in their stories,
Friday was a great day.
On my distanced walk in the hall, I received several virtual hugs from Grade 3s, spent time in a Grade 12 English class hearing from Stratford Festival actors who were in the process of producing Hamlet when COVID-19 hit,
This past Sunday I attended our annual Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) Annual Heads’ and Chairs’ Conference with our incoming Board Chair Karen McKay. Regardless of it being virtual,
I love to read and while my reading is balanced between non-fiction and fiction, regardless of the genre, I find I always come away with new knowledge,