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In the News

Superheroes at St. James Catholic School

To celebrate “Daffodil Month” in support of the Canadian Cancer Society, St. James School had a fundraiser for cancer research. Staff and students wore yellow or dressed like superheroes to honour those battling cancer.  Read more...

Marymount Academy presents "A Regal Night" fundraiser

Marymount Academy presents "A Regal Night" on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Enjoy cocktails, dinner, a talent show and silent auction. Tickets are $30 each and available by calling (705)574-4231 or by stopping by the school's main office. Read more...

To all parents and first time bus riders

The Sudbury Student Services Consortium in cooperation with school bus operators invites all Kindergarten and first time bus riders to a School Bus Safety Awareness session to be held in August at College Boreal at 21 Lasalle Boulevard in Sudbury. Read more...

Sparky Visits St. James School

Students in Gr. 2 French Immersion received valuable information on Fire Safety when Sparky the Fire Prevention Dog visited St. James School along with Public Safety Officer, Mr. Luc Willard from the City of Greater Sudbury.  Read more...

St. James Chess Team Wins First Place

Congratulations to the St. James Catholic Elementary School Chess Team who won first place at the recent Sudbury Catholic District School Board Chess Tournament. Coach, Ms. Machum has been strategizing with this group of chess players in preparation for the tournament as well as a club at the school to just have some fun! Way to Go Bears! Read more...

A True Stone Soup Experience at St. James Catholic Elementary

Students in teacher Tammy Lanci's grade 1/2 class at St. James Catholic Elementary School had a tasty opportunity recently. After reading the classic storybook "Stone Soup" together, the entire class got to enjoy their own bowl of stone soup prepared by resource teacher Sarah Pappin and student helpers Noah Wulff and Hope Nyabeze. Read more...


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