Her entry into St. Michael's College School (SMCS) has been fast and furious.
After all, she is the first nurse the school has had in recent memory. Her tenure at SMCS began in the throes of a global pandemic. And, this is the first time in her career she has worked in a school.
Moderator of a panel discussing: Supporting Your Son with Managing Screen Time and Gaming.
The idea took root at the dinner table.
"Our family always exchanges stories we read from the news, social media, friends during our meals together," recalls Nicole Lo, mom of two.
Interview with online and social media safety expert.
Early into his 10th year of teaching at St. Michael's College School (SMCS), Dr. Peter Zavodny ‘97 is armed with a fresh perspective and new tools as an educator. And they came via a foreign exchange.
Karl Subban, father of 5, grandfather of 4, a retired teacher, school administrator and life-long educator, speaks to Lianne Castelino of WhereParentsTalk TV about parenting during the COVID-19 global pandemic, empowering children to address racism and discrimination and about his book, “How We Did It: The Subban Plan for Success in Hockey, School and Life, published in 2017, which focuses on helping children reach their potential.
Where there is a will, there is surely a way.
With the clock winding down on the 2019-20 academic year, and many of the school clubs and activities at St. Michael’s College School (SMCS) unable to restart due to physical distancing, abbreviated schedules, or having wrapped up for the year --- one student is going against the grain.
When two worlds collide, the results can often be unpredictable and significant.
Such is the case with the computer science and engineering robotics programme at St. Michael’s College School (SMCS).
At its core, a Culminating Activity (CA) requires thinking --- deep thinking.
“It is meant to provide students a chance to demonstrate their understanding of the unit of work or multiple units of work --- that is not in a test format,” says Frank Heijmans, Science Department Head at St. Michael’s College School (SMCS).
ParenTalks at St. Michael’s College School (SMCS), is a regular series of conversations for current parents featuring experts tackling issues focused on student health and well-being. It is an initiative of the school’s Student Affairs Department and Community and Learning Partnerships program and was created to support the ‘three-pronged’ approach to mental wellness, namely: students, parents, staff/community working together to develop a ‘common language’ and strategies to address student w...