Students participate in Catholic Youth Day during Catholic Education Week :  Sudbury Catholic Students were present during the Catholic Youth Day held in Toronto on May 8 to celebrate Catholic Education Week.   
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Faith and Tradition

Sudbury Catholic District School Board is proud of our Catholic faith and traditions.  The Gospel values of Jesus Christ permeate every aspect of our daily school life including the curriculum, assessments, instructional approaches and teacher and student resources. In all we do, we strive to provide the best in education through teachings revealed by the Gospel.

Our Catholic schools are authentic communities of faith shared through daily prayer and witness to the Gospel values.  Our schools enter into a partnership with their parish and our families to ensure that our children experience education imbedded with religious values preparing them for their journey of faith through life. 

Christ centred character formation in our schools is supported and witnessed through:

* Religion and Family Life Curricula
* Special Education philosophy that recognizes the dignity and rights of all students
* Outreach programs within the local community as well as the broader community
* Materials in school book rooms
* Teacher in services
* Religion and Family Life consultant
* Secondary school chaplains
* Links to local parishes

Religion/Family Life Programs
Over the years, the principles of our Catholic Faith were taught with the support of Catechisms and a variety of textbook series. Presently, we have a Family Life program entitled Fully Alive, produced by the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, and a Religious Education series entitled Born of the Spirit, produced by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Learn more...

Catholic Graduate Expectations
The Catholic School Graduate is expected to be a discerning believer formed in the Catholic Faith community; an effective communicator; a reflective, creative and holistic thinker; a self-directed, responsible, lifelong learner; a collaborative contributor; a caring family member; a responsible citizen.  Learn more...

Essential Questions
Sudbury Catholic District School Board has introduced grade level Essential Questions and Essential Themes, to provide a Catholic focus for the curriculum content in all subject areas. These guiding questions provide opportunities for teachers, students and parents to consider how the entire curriculum for a grade level could reflect our Catholic worldview.  Learn more...


Living Our Faith

•  Students participate in Catholic Youth Day during Catholic Education Week
•  Holy Trinity School Holds Special Mass to Honour Catholic Education Week
•  Students at Pius XII Catholic school raise over $4000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation
•  Students at Holy Cross create artwork for the Kirkwood Centre
•  MMA Regals fight cancer
•  St. Benedict celebrates World Autism Day
•  Senior Cards invited to travel to Costa Rica
•  Ash Wednesday celebrated at St. David Catholic School


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