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Mental Health Resources from Dr Bolduc

posted by Kathryn McCallum

Please see Dr. Richard Bolduc's recent article:  Supporting One Another and #Being Well in Challenging Times.

Lenten Project 2021 Wrap Up!

posted Apr 9, 2021, 7:37 AM by Kathryn McCallum

The grade 6 students are so excited to celebrate their big Lenten Project success with all of St. Cecilia today. We are happy to announce that we surpassed our goal of $2500 and raised an incredible $3104!  
The grade 6s have also created this short 'Thank You' Video that we would love for you to watch!  Thank you so much to our incredibly generous St Cecilia Community!

Ready for Kindergarten - Issue 1

posted Apr 6, 2021, 10:07 AM by Kathryn McCallum

Article by | OCSB News - This communication was also sent by email to families of children new to Kindergarten with the OCSB

Mental Health Resources from Dr Bolduc

posted Mar 26, 2021, 9:57 AM by Kathryn McCallum

Please see Dr Bolduc's latest article:  Well-Being During Lent Brings Us Hope

St Andrew Parish - Bulletin for the week of March 21st, 2021

posted Mar 22, 2021, 5:22 AM by Kathryn McCallum

For anyone who is wondering, yes, even though we are in the Red Control Category, we are still permitted to gather for Mass at St. Monica at 30% of the building's capacity.

Click HERE for this week's bulletin.

School Council News - March 2021

posted Mar 16, 2021, 1:47 PM by Kathryn McCallum

Please read the newsletter from School Council for March 2021, attached below!

St Andrew Parish - Bulletin for the week of March 14th

posted Mar 12, 2021, 1:24 PM by Kathryn McCallum

This coming Friday (March 19th) is the Feast Day of St. Joseph.  St. Joseph Oratory in Montreal sent out a prayer for this occasion, which is attached to this email.  Let us all take a moment next Friday to pray this prayer. 

Click HERE for this week's bulletin.


PGL Students from St Cecilia win International Award!

posted Mar 12, 2021, 1:12 PM by Kathryn McCallum

Two of St Cecilia's Grade 6 PGL students are part of a winning team of inventors. Their portable CT scanner has won the regional round (our region is large--all of Canada and the northernmost US states) in the ExploraVision Contest sponsored by NSTA and Toshiba. The announcement will be made official today! 

This is big! Out of all of North America theirs was ranked among the top 24 inventions. They each have won a Chromebook as a result of their win and will go on to a National Championship in June. 

Here is the write up about what they invented: 

Two-thirds of the planet does not have access to basic radiology services. Computed Tomography Scanners take up a lot of room and are not portable. The CT-Scan-To-Go is a portable battery operated scanner that would fit into a suitcase. Attached to a helmet, CT-Scan-To-Go operates two robotic arms that circulate around the patient’s body. Each arm equipped with an x-ray transmitter and receiver generates small scans that are pieced together like a puzzle on a computer terminal.  


St Andrew Parish - Bulletin for the week of March 7th

posted Mar 8, 2021, 12:20 PM by Kathryn McCallum

Reminder:  The application form for Triduum Liturgies is posted on the parish website.  Deadline for submissions is Sunday, March 14.

Click HERE here for this week's bulletin.

Mental Health Resources from Dr. Bolduc

posted Mar 8, 2021, 5:39 AM by Kathryn McCallum   [ updated Mar 8, 2021, 5:41 AM ]

Please see Dr. Bolduc’s latest article, Late Winter and the Importance of Nurturing Relationships.

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