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Black History and Great Women
On February 1, the start of Black History Month, I posted a message of gratitude for the work
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Mental Health and Learning
The ongoing work of various organizations such as Jack.org have had an impact on society’s shifting p
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Our Principal’s Notes on Gender-Based Violence
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A Message from Arts Captain, Emily S. ’22
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Our Principal’s Notes
As I reflect on last week’s assemblies, guest speakers, and other programming to honour the National Day for T
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A Year Later: Lessons From The Road
It was an absolute joy welcoming back almost our entire student population to 21 St. Clements Avenue last week
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To The Grad Class of 2021
I am so sorry we are not gathering altogether in person to celebrate this milestone with our Graduating Class
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The Importance of Reflection
This past weekend I had the good fortune to visit outside with a close friend who is also a colleague Head of
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ALL Children’s Lives
As educators, each one of us has a responsibility to guide and prepare the children and young people with whom
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SCS alum: send us your news and updates for inclusion in the upcoming spring issue of Red Blazer! Email your Class Notes submissions to meagan.thomas@scs.on.ca by March 15.
Our most recent Athlete of the Week is a member of the Winter Swim Team. Avery P. ’27 impressed her coaches and teammates while swimming her best time in the 100m Back, coming 9th overall as a Grade 9 competing against Grade 12 athletes. She missed OFSAA by 3/10ths of a second in the 200 IM and didn’t let the disappointment get to her; instead, she showed up the next (early!) morning at practice and trained hard. This athlete always trains with intensity and consistently swam her best times this year. Congrats, Avery! 👏🏊‍♀️
Just one of things we’re getting excited about around SCS: the Senior School production of Mary Poppins is a few days away! Join us on Friday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m. for this magical, musical tale. Tickets are $20 and available at scs.on.ca/performances (link in bio.) This promises to be one supercalifragilisticexpialidocious evening – there’s still time to get your tickets!