In response to new Safe Schools legislation, The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario has recently released an anti-bullying and community outreach app for its students.
Calling it Empower, the mobile application gives students and parents an avenue to quickly, conveniently and anonymously report incidents of bullying and victimization in schools.
Growing Forward with a vision and plan was the root theme at this year’s Alberta Catholic School Trustees’ Association’s symposium.
In an effort to highlight its past successes, the ACSTA organizing committee wanted to have the participants look at what’s currently happening in its Catholic school hallways and develop a long-term plan that reflects and grows from these successes.
The Canadian Catholic School Trustees’ Association is pleased to announce the winners of the first “Share Your Gifts” art and media contest for JK-12 Catholic students all across Canada. CCSTA received almost 60 entries by over 300 participating students of original paintings, videos, dance and musical performances, storybooks, posters, poetry, and digital media works that provided outstanding answers to the question “What does Catholic Education mean to you?”