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Students at St. James Catholic Elementary School have been introduced to a new sport. The sport is called Beep Baseball. Adriano Simonato, the teacher of the blind and partially sighted for the Sudbury Catholic District School Board introduced the sport to the students a year ago and it is now part of the school’s intramural sports program. Read more...
Todd Connors, Director of Operations for Perkins Restaurants prepared and served St. James Catholic Elementary School with a pancake breakfast recently. He graciously donated breakfast to thank the school community for their penny donations that went directly to support Pennies for Pediatrics. St. James School raised over $560 in pennies for this worthwhile cause. "Pennies for Pediatrics is a fundraising drive to benefit children’s care at Health Sciences North." Read more...
Students from St. James Elementary School recently participated in the Ontario Blind Sports Association Recreational Tournament. The tournament took place in Brantford Ontarion on May 11th, 2013. In addition, Ontario Blind Sports Association, along with the CNIB, provided goalball clinics at St. James Elementary school, Bishop Alexander Carter Secondary School and Marymount Academy on May 23rd and 24th. Read more...
Students at St. James Catholic Elementary School utilize 21’st century technology in their daily native language lessons. 21’st century technology provides students with the digital tools, authentic learning experiences, and the opportunity to learn through differentiated instruction. Duncan McIntosh, the Native Language teacher feels that the use of technology really supports the students through engagement opportunities and appeals to their audio/visual learning styles. “Through the use of technology, we are able to connect the historical traditions of the Anishnawbek people using contemporary tools which is something the students can relate to,” McIntosh states. Read more...
St. James Catholic Elementary students Maria Bozic-Iotzov, Lucas Mullaly and Bella Lanci recently went to the radio station HOT 93.5 to create an Easter ad. They want to wish everyone a safe and Happy Easter. During this time of Easter remember the Lord and May this year's Easter bring you hope and joy - from the students at St. James School. Read more...
"The Capital One Rocks & Rings program is designed to introduce the Olympic sport of curling to elementary school children. By bringing the curling rink to the school gym we reach children that would otherwise not have access to the roaring game. The best part? We bring everything to the kids – no field trip or school buses required! Curling is a highly social sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. It is a fantastic physical activity that can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities. It also promotes sportsmanship and camaraderie and is an inexpensive and less dangerous alternative to many other sports." www.rocksandrings.com Read more...
This Week at St. James
- Grade 8 Graduation at 6:30 - Tom Davies Community Centre
- SK Graduation @10:45 a.m.
- National Aboriginal Day
- Grade 8 year end trip to Niagara Falls.
- Report Cards Home - please return page 3 to the school
- Spirit Day - Hawaiian Day
- Talent Show 9:15
- Bear Wear Day
- Sub Day
- Last Day of school - have a great summer!
Next school council meeting:
- Bussing Information
- Registration Information
- PA Days & Holidays
- Sudbury Catholic Schools Parent Resources
- Catholic School Council
- Latest "Partners in Spirit"
- Minstry of Education (MOE)
- MOE Parent Resources
- Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat
- EQAO Information
- Combined Grades Pamphlet
- Student Insurance
- Direction of School Support
- Voluntary Aboriginal Self Identification