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New Tecumseth has a New Student Mayor
11/20/2017
What better experience in politics than trying your hand as New Tecumseth’s newest student mayor! Michael Basso, a Grade 12 student at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Tottenham, was sworn in as student mayor at the November 13 council meeting.
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Izzy Cavaliere Takes the Stage with Mini Pop Kids
11/17/2017
It’s no secret that our students are full of talent, and Izzy Cavaliere from St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School in Innisfil is no exception.
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Clash of Colours
Clash of Colours Creates Kindness!
11/07/2017
While the word “clash” may seem normal enough to a typical person, staff and students at St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School in Barrie know “clash” is a lot more than just an average word.
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Knights in Shining Armour Save the Day for Barrie’s Less Fortunate!
11/06/2017
The Knights strike again, reaching out to those in need as the chilly winds of fall are at their peak!
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Choices
Decisions, decisions, decisions….
11/03/2017
It’s November, a time of year best known for chilly weather, tributes to war veterans, and awareness for men’s health. Be that as it may, it is also the month of gigantuous decisions, specifically for Grade 12 students.
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Happy helpers!
St. Theresa’s holds “Scary Movie Night” fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society
11/01/2017
St. Theresa’s Catholic High School in Midland is a highly spirited school, known throughout the community for their involvement in activities and fundraisers.
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St. Thomas Aquinas, or Hogwarts; Homeroom Spirit Points!
11/01/2017
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Tottenham (STS) has become an environment for friendly competition!
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Spooktober!
11/01/2017
Halloween is always a spooky time of year at Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School in Orillia. Pennywise, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Spider-Man, Monsters Inc., holy cows, deviled eggs, and even a giant inflatable baby were among the students in the cobweb-covered halls on Halloween.
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Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson on Success and Mental Health
11/01/2017
On October 10th, World Mental Health Day, the Honourable Michael Wilson visited students at Jean Vanier Catholic High School in Collingwood to discuss politics, his success, the lessons he has learned, and the importance of caring for our mental health.
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Symposium in Grade 12 Philosophy Class
10/31/2017
Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Bradford West Gwillimbury hosted their annual Philosophy Symposium on Friday, October 27, 2017.
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Homeless for a Cause: 10 years of Teen Homeless Night
10/30/2017
Have you ever seen a homeless person on the street, only to walk or drive past and think “what can I do, I’m only one person?” Would you help a homeless person in your community, if only just for a meal?
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Starting Grade 9 Made Fun!
10/18/2017
On September 21, 2017, the Bridge Builders of Holy Trinity Catholic High School (HTR) took the Grade 9 classes to the old community center in downtown Bradford for a day filled with fun.
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JOA Knights - Putting the ‘Fun’ in Fundraising!
10/06/2017
St. Joan of Arc Knights kick off the school year with a bang, as our team of student representatives are finding creative ways to put the “fun” in fundraiser!
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Terry Fox
6 Kilometres to a Cure
10/03/2017
On Thursday September 28th, students at Jean Vanier Catholic High School in Collingwood were joined by St. Mary's Catholic Elementary School’s Grade 7 and 8 classes, for the annual Terry Fox Run.
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Patrick Fogarty at We Day
10/02/2017
Craig Kielburger and his brother Marc grew up in Thornhill, Ontario, a little over an hour drive away from Orillia. Craig was only in Grade 7 when one of his school projects bloomed into Free the Children.
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Points for Pizza at St. Joe’s
10/02/2017
The annual Thanksgiving Food Drive, to support the Barrie Food Bank, is taking place September 25 - October 5 at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Barrie.
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St. Theresa’s Student Council has high hopes for 2017 Terry Fox Fundraiser
10/02/2017
St. Theresa’s Catholic High School in Midland, is recognized throughout the community for their school spirit, involvement in the community and their dedicated Student Council’s many original fundraising ideas.
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News is Taking Over St.Thomas Aquinas
10/02/2017
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School (STS) in Tottenham, hears the news every other day, from students to students. Starting September 15th 2017, a small group of Grade 12 students from STS decided to start a news broadcasting program for their peers.
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Radio DJ's
Early Mornin’ Music Rocks Panthers!
09/28/2017
How would you like to start your school year? Would you join a club? Try out for some school sports? Make new friends? Well how about being the DJ of your own morning radio show for the whole school to hear!? St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School in Barrie, Grade 12 art student Shelly has been doing just that. Her radio show “Petey Panther Talks” debuted in the first few days of school, and since then has only been getting better each day.
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Technology Triumphs in the Classroom
09/28/2017
At St. Dominic Catholic Secondary School (DOM) in Bracebridge, the classroom is not only a place for learning core subjects, but to prepare students for life in an ever-changing technological society.
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MaKala King Scholarship Shows Its Support to St. Theresa's CHS
09/22/2017
For the past 15 years, the MaKala King Scholarship has been supporting students at St. Theresa’s Catholic High School in Midland as they pursue their post-secondary education.
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Andrea Chiappetta - The Great Effects of Getting Involved
08/01/2017
If you’re seeking a prime example of student involvement, look no further than Andrea Chiappetta. The Grade 12 student at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School in Barrie is president of his student council, promotes inclusion with the Character Through Action Committee and maintains a 91 per cent average.
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Emma O'Neil
Dual Credit Success Story - Emma O'Neil
07/05/2017
One of the amazing programs that the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board offers to students is the dual credit program. Dual credit is a course where students receive a college and high school credit at the same time and is taught by college faculty and supported by a high school teacher.
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Holy Cross Gardening Club
Holy Cross Plants Canadian Flag out of Flowers
06/28/2017
A few weeks ago, Ms. Balon and Ms. Dwyer of Holy Cross Catholic School in Innisfil started the Holy Cross Gardening Club. They were thrilled to have over 50 students eagerly participate and clean up the gardens at the school. Weeds were removed and gardens were replenished with fresh soil generously donated by Kell's Garden City of Innisfil.
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