Each year, Catholic school boards across Canada come together to celebrate the Gospel values and teachings that enrich our curriculum and strengthen our school communities.
The theme of Catholic Education Week 2022, “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”, is inspired by the transformative power of faith – for families, for students, for the world.
From May 1st ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week May 1- 6 2022: “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”"
The new Land Acknowledgement, created by Cardinal Carter’s very own Student Council, encourages students to thoughtfully recognize the ancestral lands that Cardinal Carter rests upon. Inspired by the desire to join hands with the First Peoples of Canada, Student Council began deliberately working on this initiative this past November.
After many insightful conversations, enriched by the guidance of Indigenous community partner, Mim Harder, ... Continue reading "Introducing our Cardinal Carter Land Acknowledgement"
Welcome to Semester 2. Course selection will take place in February. The decision of which course and course type to take should be taken with great care and should be an informed decision. Students will choose their courses online through myBlueprint starting February 8, 2022. To access all Course Selection information including:
Last year, we began a committee for Black History Month mostly consisting of staff who were committed to furthering conversations of the importance of listening and learning more about the importance of Black History Month that would move beyond February. It culminated in this resource which homeroom teachers explored with students. It also led to the creation of a new club: RIDE ... Continue reading "Black Heritage Month 2022"
We are so proud of our very own, Rose Stagliano, a custodian at Cardinal Carter Catholic High School. Rose is a dedicated professional who continues to keep our school clean and safe. She comes to work always pleasant and always with a smile. She exhibits strength and courage in her sharing of her personal battle with cancer and soon thereafter the loss of her husband. ... Continue reading "Cardinal Carter Custodian featured on the Marilyn Denis Show"