The April Newsletter has been posted! Please take the time to read through it as it contains important information highlighting some important events. To view the April Newsletter, click on the link below or under the “Our School” tab, click on “News” and then click on “Newsletters”.
Today SCE kicks off ShareLife Week! From Monday, April 5 to Friday, April 9, students will be challenged to participate in the many ways ShareLife supports those in our community. If you are able to, information on how to donate can be found on our website below! Looking forward to a fun filled week!
At St. Clare CES it is our goal to grow students to become creative and critical thinkers who integrate Gospel values into their daily lives so they can become socially responsible citizens who demonstrate compassion, resilience, responsibility and hope. Charitable giving to help people who are less fortunate is one of the ways we can foster these values in our students. St. Clare is proud ... Continue reading "ShareLife 2021 Online Donation Campaign"
Lent is a time of sacrifice and a time to help those in need. As a community of faith, we are asked to once again demonstrate our generosity by supporting the Vaughan Food Bank and participate in the One Day Lenten Food Drive.
On Thursday, March 25th, 2021, donation bins will be available at the front entrance of the school ... Continue reading "One Day Lenten Food Drive"
The March Newsletter has been posted! Please take the time to read through it as it contains important information highlighting some important events. To view the March Newsletter, click on the link below or under the “Our School” tab, click on “News” and then click on “Newsletters”.
The health, safety and well-being of all students, staff and the entire SCE community has always been and remains our first priority. Information regarding new Covid-19 practices were shared with all YCDSB parents and guardians prior to schools reopening for face-to-face learning on February 16th. These changes were made by a joint effort of the Ministry of Education and York Region Public Health. It is ... Continue reading "Staying Safe @ School: New Covid-19 Practices"