The Celtics finished the regular season with a 4-1-1 record, sitting third in the division, a semifinal date with St. Maximilian Kolbe looming. After defeating St. Maximillian Kolbe by a score of 1-0, the ladies played St. Brother Andre in the YRAA Tier 1 soccer finals on May 29th, 2019 at Concord Park. The Celtics won their last meeting with Brother Andre during the regular ... Continue reading "Cardinal Carter Celtics’ Jr. Girls Soccer team are YRAA Tier 1 Champions!"
Student Council is excited to be launching “Student Appreciation Week” this upcoming week. They have various activities planned each day leading up to Friday’s “Relay For Life”. The Relay For Life Committee have worked diligently to organize a fun-filled, active day, with lunch provided and a commemorative ceremony ending the experience in time for dismissal.
There are approximately 160 students who will be ... Continue reading "Student Appreciation Week & Relay For Life is Upon Us!"
Exams are coming! I repeat, exams are coming! Many students feel the extra stress as their final assignment deadlines draw near and their exams loom in the not-so-distant future. The best strategy to cope? Proactivity.
The YCDSB has launched its Study Help Website to assist students with the extra workload they feel during this time of year and to be proactive when starting ... Continue reading "Exams are coming! Study Help Site Launched to Help Manage Workload"
Failure is an important part of success. Though this seems contradictory to some, YCDSB alumni Stephanie Gaglione swears it was a crucially formative part of her journey. Ms. Gaglione spoke with Grade 9 students yesterday morning to share messages of persistence and resiliency all the way from her post in the lab as a Rhodes Scholar in Oxford, UK.
Ms. Gaglione ... Continue reading "Grade 9 ‘hangs out’ with Stephanie Gaglione"
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As the weather gets warmer, we would like to remind everyone in our school community that non-uniform sweaters and jackets are not to be worn in the building during school hours. The purpose of the school uniform is to clearly identify members of our community.
The following are approved uniform items:
On Tuesday May 7th, 34 YCDSB students competed in the 30th annual Skills Ontario Trades and Technologies competition. Students had 2 months to prepare with a teacher mentor and competed against other school boards in a variety of competitions such as Robotics, Baking, Culinary, Automotive, Carpentry, TV/Video, Photography, Graphic Design, Fashion, Hairstyling and many more.