- be sincere, trustworthy, and truthful even when it is difficult
- stand by what is right and just
- be considerate of others when I speak, write and listen
Jesus, Prince of all Heavenly truths, Your Words are carved for eternity! You have commanded the virtue of honesty, It is the power against all deceptions. Direct Your ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Honesty"
We are honoured that Hon. Jean Augustine took the time to send a personal message to the Cardinal Carter community on the importance of Black History Month in Canada.
It is because of Hon. Jean Augustine, that we officially recognized February as Black History Month. Read more about her contributions here.
This month we will be using this resource created by our students and teachers to celebrate the contributions of Black Canadians, to engage in transformative discussions and to bring awareness to the systemic barriers that marginalize BIPOC members of our community. These conversations will continue after Black History Month and will allow us to grow, learn and work for positive change, as a school community. ... Continue reading "Black History Month @Cardinal Carter CHS"
We continue to offer educational opportunities for our students to engage and learn remotely with others and experience connections to real world events happening locally and abroad.Honourable Jean Augustine Virtual Presentation to Gr. 12 Politics Class
On December 15th, Mr. Ruscitti’s Grade 12 Politics class hosted the Honourable Jean Augustine as a virtual guest speaker.
Cardinal Carter CHS Christmas Sharing council led by Mrs. Ann Brand and Mrs. Daniella Campitelli is making the holidays a little brighter for a local family of four. “Normally we host a Christmas Market Fair and use the money we make from that to provide Christmas for a local family in need” explains Mrs. Brand. “But this year, we were not able to host a ... Continue reading "Cardinal Carter Gives to the Community: Christmas Sharing Project 2020"