It is sometimes difficult to find good news in today’s world.
Yet there are numerous stories of courage, good will, compassionand academic success in Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic schools.
Enjoy some good news from across Ontario.
Niagara Catholic District School Board received a very special visit from the Premier on Oct. 12.
Where do you turn when your child is in crisis? A school community in Eastern Ontario has committed to ensuring kids and parents have access to services and information, and they’re talking about mental health year round.
It started with a simple goal: become a healthier community. But for one Cambridge neighbourhood, the Heart of the Community project grew into so much more.
Last week marked a major achievement for the Kenora Catholic District School Board.
The board surpassed its $100,000 goal for donations supporting the Terry Fox Foundation, collectively raising $105,580.61 for cancer research.
Dedicated, committed, knowledgeable.
These are some of the words Pat Hogan, former staff member at OCSTA, uses to describe her eight years with the trustees’ association.
St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Kenora hosted a particularly special prom this May.
When teachers Krista and Kara Orr brought their classes in Kenora together for a shoe drive, they combined charity and education for a number of valuable teachable moments.
If you find yourself walking through the foyer at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Kenora, make sure you take the time to look up.
There is a wave of calm spreading across Ontario Catholic schools, as students, teachers and administrators learn about and engage in Christian meditation.