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"
When? THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 2017 7PM—8:30PM
Where? In the Cardinal Carter Lecture Hall
Who? Joddie Walker and Janice LeBlanc, registered psychotherapists working out of the Trauma Centre, Sharon, Ontario
What? TOPICS COVERED BY OUR GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE: ... Continue reading "A Presentation for Parents on Building Resilience"
Compassion is a feeling of wanting to help those in need. But more than a noun, its a verb. More than a feeling, it should be an action.I will
- seek to understand others by listening
- be willing to forgive others
- give of my resources to help those in need
Lord, open our eyes ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Compassion"
Please see information here about Safety Week at Carter.
Dear Grade 9 Parents/Guardians:
The Cardinal Carter Catholic High School community would like to invite you and your child(ren) to attend our Grade 9 Curriculum Night on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 in the main foyer from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
The focus of the evening will be to review the curriculum content from each of the departments.
While you will have ... Continue reading "Grade 9 Curriculum Night: October 3rd"
The Catholic Advisory Council provides important contributions to many school issues. We invite Parents/Guardians to join us on the executive of our Council. These positions are for a one year term beginning October 2017. Parents/Guardians who are separate school ratepayers and who have students who are enrolled at Cardinal Carter may be elected as Parent Representatives on the School Council.
Please print and ... Continue reading "Catholic Advisory Council Nominations"
The Interior Design class of 2016/17 had the honour of creating a mobile Escape Room for Crypto Escape Rooms in Newmarket. They planned, created, and then presented their proposals to the owners of Crypto. The winning design will be used by the company!
Ann Brand, the Interior Design teacher created a video reflection of the project. Check it out!