|Annual St. Benedict toy drive a success
12/18/2014 - The annual Toy Drive at St. Benedict has concluded and they are happy to announce that they collected 859 toys and over $180.00 to be donated to the TD Bank Toy Caravan. These will in turn be given to the Salvation Army who will ensure that all those families will have a good Christmas.
|Sudbury Catholic Elementary Band spreads Christmas cheer
12/18/2014 - Over the last week, the Sudbury Catholic Elementary Band has been very busy spreading Christmas cheer. The band, made up of students from St. Benedict, St. Anne, St. Raphael and Pius XII, and under the direction of JoAnne Comisso and Leanne Urso, performed on Tuesday, December 9th at Amberwood Suites Retirement Home.
|Secondary Student Leaders Participate in Equity Workshops
10/27/2014 - From October 21 to October 24, guest speakers from the Harmony Movement group held workshops for student leaders from all of our secondary schools to talk about diversity and equity in the Sudbury Catholic District School Board.
|You Never Know Who You Will Meet Out on a Run!
10/09/2014 - Grade 12 St. Benedict Catholic Secondary student, Nicholas Ryma met a pretty important person on a run recently. While jogging on September 26 from Science North to the Canoe Club and back, Ryma met Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne who was in town on business and is herself an avid runner.
|St. Charles College To Host University Information Program
09/22/2014 - St. Charles College will host representatives from all of 21 of Ontario’s universities on Thursday, October 2, 2014 from 7:00 - 9:00pm. The University Information Program (UIP) is free and all secondary school students and their parents/guardians are welcome to attend.
|SCDSB Award Winning Authors
06/19/2014 - Three students from the Sudbury Catholic District School Board have been selected as winners of the Young Authors Award through the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association. Ethan Matte, a student at Immaculate Conception Catholic Elementary Award won for his non-fiction submission entitled "The Art of Fishing". In the secondary panel, St. Benedict student Nikki Lemieux won for her non-fiction submission entitled "Consumer or Consumed". The final winner is Bishop Alexander Carter Catholic Secondary School student Shanleigh Brosseau for her short story submission entitled "La Couleur D'Amour".