Several weeks ago, while Ms Lamont’s Grade 4 class was studying current events, news of the wildfires in Australia arose. The class was deeply moved by photographs and video of towering blazes,
Last Thursday, November 28, St. Clement’s School was privileged to host our first Women and Philanthropy event, an engaging panel discussion focused around women’s involvement in philanthropy and the changing face of charitable giving.
Last week, St. Clement’s School announced that the school charity for 2019-2020 is Hockey 4 Youth. Not only was the selection of this organization made by SCS students,
Each school year, St. Clement’s School adopts a charity to support through various fundraising efforts and a general awareness campaign. The charity chosen for the 2019-2020 school year is Hockey 4 Youth (H4Y).
One of our school’s pillars in our 2017-2020 strategic plan has been to enhance our philanthropic culture; while the focus contributes to our school’s sustainability,
Today is National Philanthropy Day, an occasion to celebrate charitable activities, to reflect on the many ways we all benefit from philanthropy, to pay tribute to those who contribute financially and of themselves,
There are many ways that people contribute to St. Clement’s School, and some of those begin with a simple conversation.
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On Friday, I gave a eulogy for past Board member and Alumna, Christine Featherstone ’67, at her memorial service.
While I believe strongly that each and every Clementine is an outstanding woman who deserves to be recognized,
Since St. Clement’s School’s founding in 1901, it has been impressed upon our students and staff that we have a responsibility to ensure that we are supporting the community beyond the walls of the School.
St. Clement’s School is in our third year of a strategic plan with a number of priorities on the horizon. Coupled with goals focused on a balanced and inspiring program and local and global partnerships,