Slater Doggett of the Windsor Spitfires took time out of his busy schedule to speak to Stella Maris students and enjoy a couple of slices of pizza with a few lucky fans too! Slater told students that perseverance, team work and a positive attitude helped him get to where he is right now in his hockey career. When asked what he thought was the hardest thing about playing for the Windsor Spitfires, he answered, "being so far away from my family and friends". After answering questions from each classroom, Slater took time to sign a few autographs and take a few photos. Before leaving for practice, he enjoyed some pizza with young Spitfire fans.
Thank you Windsor Spitfires for adopting Stella Maris School and for taking the time to visit!
Monday, 8 December 2014
Wednesday, 3 December 2014
Our grade 8 students have been cheerfully preparing reindeer food, snow grams and raffle baskets to help raise money for their graduation. These items will be available to students from December 10th to the 16th at school as well as to parents and visitors during our Christmas Open House on December 16. The prices are listed below.
Reindeer food - $0.50
Snow-grams - $1.00
Christmas basket raffle - $2 each or 3 for $5
As always, your support is very much appreciated.
We look forward to seeing you on December 16th between 6 pm and 8 pm for our Open House.
Stella Maris Student Council is asking for help in gathering dry nutritious foods to supplement snack programs within our board. Our Stella Maris School community has responded generously to our call. We are so grateful to have such caring and loving people within our community. Thank you and keep it coming!
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Grade 8 students have fun putting together bags of reindeer food to sell during our Stella Maris Open House on December 16. Santa isn't the only one who deserves a snack on Christmas Eve. Rudolph and the gang will enjoy this nutritious snack while our grade 8's would be very grateful for your support!
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic Secondary School is hosting a Grade 9 French Immersion Open House on Thursday, November 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 in the Learning Commons Centre.
Find out about:
Find out about:
- the French Immersion Programme for those students who wish to earn a French Immersion Certificate
- how to register for the 2015 - 2016 school year
A tour of the school will also be given.
Monday, 23 June 2014
Tuesday, 10 June 2014
Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Congratulations to the winners of the Chocolate Bar Fundraiser. A special thank you to Parent Council for all the time and effort that went into organizing this event.
Monday, 26 May 2014
Thursday, 22 May 2014
Josh Naylor of the Canadian Junior National Team/Ontario Bluejays stopped by to give an inspirational talk about following your dream, working hard in school and giving it your best as an athlete. Josh has been blessed with an amazing talent as a baseball player. He is grateful and he shares his appreciation with students. The top class raising the most money for the chocolate bar fundraiser was Mrs. McGuire's Grade 4/5. They had the opportunity to have a pizza lunch with Josh and he autographed a baseball for each student.
Thursday, 8 May 2014
The Full Day Kindergarten Students under the direction of Mrs. Joncas, Miss Liedtke, Mrs. Durocher and Mrs. Prystanski sang songs and made a craft with family members. It was a great afternoon filled with sunshine and laughter.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
Monday, 5 May 2014
Danny Cahill, winner of the Biggest Loser is coming to Holy Names Catholic High School. On Thursday, May 8th at 7:00 pm, come learn a story and learn strategies that will change your life forever. “No matter the obstacle, challenge or dream – nothing is too big if you ‘Lose Your Quit’ and decide to go the distance. The hard part is getting through those times when it seems like you are making little or no progress – like everything you’re doing just isn’t making a difference. The truth is that the difference between those who complete the race set before them and those who give up is a single decision made a thousand times over – to simply FINISH! So how do you make that decision over and over? Listen to Danny Cahill, Season 8 winner of NBC’s The Biggest Loser share what he learned on the Ranch in California while losing 239 pounds in less than 7 months that made the difference in his Journey. The very lessons he learned there are the same principles you can use in your daily struggles to overcome anything life can throw your way!”
Today the Stella Maris and St. Bernard School Communities came together to celebrate Catholic Education Week at St. John the Baptist Church. Thank you to Mrs. Kathy Verardi and the Campus Crew team for organizing such a beautiful Liturgy. Thank you to the St. John the Baptist Pastoral Team for guiding us in our faith journey.