On Friday afternoon, after the girls had left and I had just finished catching up with several of our staff, I walked down the hallway and paused to read a poster on a bulletin board outside the Grade 7 classrooms.
It is amazing to me that this year marks the final year of our three-year strategic plan. It is time to begin planning for the future.
St. Clement’s School is delighted to announce that renowned author Annahid Dashtgard (MEd), will be the keynote speaker at SCS’s Race, Privilege, and Community Conference on Saturday,
By January 2018, The Terry Fox Run had raised more than $750 million for cancer research since its inception in 1981. The annual event, now held in more than 60 countries around the world and involving millions of participants,
When Plan A fails, it’s always good to have a Plan B.
Monday, September 16 dawned to leaden skies and wet sidewalks, yet the forecast was optimistic.
I am writing this blog having just watched nineteen-year-old Canadian Bianca Andreescu play Serena Williams in the Women’s finals of the U.S. Open. Ms Andreescu has been,
I have the jingle from the old commercial for Staples stores running over and over in my mind as I write my first blog of the year,
On Friday our 6B class completed our Junior School’s Indigenous Seven Grandfather Teachings in assembly. Their topic was love and they chose to focus on love of family,
This week on Tuesday, members from our St. Clement’s School Eco Team hosted assembly. They used this time to celebrate Earth Week, to educate our community on the detrimental impact of micro-plastics on our planet,
I finished reading an excellent book this weekend by Dr. Dolly Chugh entitled The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias.