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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...

St. David School Celebrates Earth Day 2016

The students and staff at St. David Catholic School recognized this year's Earth Day by "wild flower bombing" the new school site.  Read more...

FDK students learn about the importance of community helpers

Full day kindergarten students at St. David Catholic School expressed a keen interest in learning about their community and the community helpers that keep them safe.  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...

St. David School Learns the Dangers of Fast Moving Water

The students at St. David Catholic Elementary School have been learning about the dangers of fast moving water in their community. Students have been reminded that even city ditches filled with water can pose a danger. As spring approaches and the weather continues to get warmer, the amount of water in our creeks, streams and ditches continues to rise. Students were reminded about Adam Dickie, a youth in the community who tragically drown in Junction Creek due to fast-rising water and about the educational campaign that supports the prevention of such tragedies. Read more...

St. David Students Make Cards of Compassion

To highlight Februaryís virtue of the month and continue to instil in students the importance of compassion, St. David Catholic Elementary School students from teacher Lindsey Michelís FDK class, teacher Todd Rayneís grade 2/3 class, and teacher Terry-Lynn Lepageís grade 3 class made get-well cards for children across Northern Ontario who are currently undergoing treatment for various types of cancer.  Read more...


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