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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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School’s out for summer for most of our teachers (a few will be here for a little while longer teaching summer school.) Have a great start to the summer, SCS! (And thank you to the Math Department for the send-off.) 😉
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day to celebrate, recognize, and honour the heritage, cultures, and valuable contributions made by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis across Canada. For generations, many Indigenous communities have celebrated their culture and heritage on or around June 21, due to the significance of the summer solstice. Indigenous Peoples Day serves as a reminder to Canadians to take time to recognize and celebrate the unique cultures of First Nations people, Inuit, and Métis. As a school, we are committed to seeking truth and acknowledging the impacts of colonialism today and every day.