Milo — The robot changing the face of special needs

The Algonquin Lakeshore Catholic District School Board is the first board in Ontario, and only second in Canada, to trial the communication and social services of Milo the robot.

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Kincardine school breaking barriers in education for students with special needs

St. Anthony’s Catholic School has never had a segregated class for students with disabilities — the focus has always been on meeting their needs in the classroom with their peers.

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Ready, set, go! Math Mania takes over Peel

Competition heated up at the annual Math Mania Competition at St. Gregory Catholic School in Mississauga on March 2.

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Rick Mercer visits Holy Names Catholic High School

Angela Hormiz and Gabby Botica got the national attention of Rick Mercer for being some of the top fundraisers in the country for his Spread the Net Student Challenge.

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Pius XII Catholic Elementary School: A provincial leader in the special needs community

Pius XII Catholic Elementary School’s commitment to the special needs community has earned the Sudbury community a top honour from EQAO.

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Annual tradition celebrates community and Indigenous culture

This year, 1,200 students participated in the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s Northern Spirit Games.

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Staff and students put together donations for their community

Staff from St. Thomas More Catholic School couldn’t believe the student enthusiasm when putting together donations to help Kingston’s less fortunate.

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After school program sparks a commitment to community

Usually, St. Hilary Catholic School’s after school program is about fun — think marshmallows and dodgeball. But sometimes, the students and staff come together to do something special.

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Students and staff celebrate the beginning of the Lenten season

Students and staff hosted their annual pancake breakfast at St. John Catholic Elementary School in Beamsville to mark the beginning of the Lenten season.

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Students perform with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Forty-five students from the Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, of the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB), had the opportunity to record a performance with the internationally acclaimed Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO).

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