During times of uncertainty, it is important to stay true to one’s values, to move forward step by step, and to surround yourself with those who will support you by providing constructive feedback,
It seems odd to be writing this, my first blog after our March Break, knowing that our community and the world are facing a new normal for at least a while,
On the weekend, I sat down to read The Globe and Mail and was immediately taken by Sylvia Stead’s opinion piece entitled, “The media must reflect reality: We need more diverse sources and story subjects.” I couldn’t have agreed more and,
On the Family Day weekend, I reflected a fair amount on the difference between family and community. Over the years, I have heard people say that our community is family,
The warmth of St. Clement’s School helped melt the newly-fallen snow on Bloor Street East yesterday afternoon as the annual Carol Service was presented at St.
Below are my words to our community at our Carol Service on December 19.
Good evening and welcome to our St. Clement’s Carol Service,
On Friday, I attended our Junior School Christmas Program and watched with a warm heart as in St. Clement’s tradition, our Grade 1s presented The Christmas Birth Story,
On Friday, our community celebrated St. Clement’s Day with Dr. Vivia Kieswetter, Children’s Minister from St. Clement’s Church, who spoke about the importance of stories.
At St. Clement’s we often repeat this statement as a reminder that things are never straight forward and the most important learning is messy. While we are oftentimes daunted by the journey that lies before us,
This week our St. Clement’s School community was fortunate to welcome Dr. Lisa Damour to our School for the entire day. Dr. Damour met with our staff at the beginning of the day,