Month: April 2017

IB Celebratory Luncheon: May 26th

We are honoured to host a special luncheon to celebrate the IB journey of our graduating students on Friday, May 26th during Period 3 in Room 104.

All graduating students, IB teachers, and Extended Essay supervisors are invited to attend.

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Hot Docs Film Festival comes to Carter!!

We are very pleased to be able to offer the Carter community an opportunity to view and discuss the exceptional films that are part of the Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival.

Screenings will happen from April 27th to May 4th. Popcorn will be available for purchase; the proceeds of which will go towards the Hooked on Books Uganda Literacy Initiative.

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WALK T.O.

Ms. BONOMO’S grade eleven Photography class and Mrs. ROONEY’S Religion and Art class went on exciting excursion with WALK T.O. on April 24th.

Students were taken on a tour of the city’s outdoor art installations, financial district art commissions, Queen St’s street art and graffiti alley. Each class was exploring social justice issues as well as the purpose of art in different contexts. ... Continue reading "WALK T.O."

Attention Parents: Yearbook Congratulatory Messages

Celebrate the 2017 Graduates by sending in a baby message for your child! Open the form and follow the instructions if you want to leave a memorable message in your child’s Grade 12 yearbook.

Dear Parents, 

In light of the amazing achievements of the grade twelve students we would like to extend the opportunity for you to write a congratulatory message ... Continue reading "Attention Parents: Yearbook Congratulatory Messages"

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Canada Reads

These last couple of weeks have culminated in some very proud moments for me as an English teacher at Cardinal Carter.  I have had the opportunity to witness students truly caring about literature (and not just classical literature).  These students moved beyond their comfortable reading patterns and chose a supplementary book to read that was both contemporary and Canadian.  There was no need to look ... Continue reading "Canada Reads"