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Making a Difference at St. James School

Thank you to Sergeant Hotson from the Greater Sudbury Police Service who came to St. James School to remind us that our actions can make a difference.  Read more...

Fun with math!

With the recent delivery of several workshops highlighting new and fun approaches to practicing math facts and developing mental math skills, students at St James school are reaping the benefits. Read more...

Learning Through Play at St. James FDK!

At St. James Catholic Elementary School Full Day Kindergarten students are encouraged to explore and develop new knowledge/skills during self-directed learning centers. In bulding centers that are equipped by the FDK team (teachers Mme. Belanger and Miss Hoeg), students use Lego to strenghthen math, visual arts and fine motor concepts/skills. The beauty of the program is that students are learning through play!  Read more...

Exploring Art Exciting for St. James Students

Junior and senior students from St. James school enjoyed a field trip to the Sudbury Art Gallery on Monday, October 6. Students explored the use of lines and elements of design such as shading to create original works of art with water paints. Students learned four paint techniques using various brushes during their workshop and applied those skills in this authentic learning experience! Read more...

Speed Cup Stacking at St. James.

St. James students meet weekly at lunch to enjoy some speed cup stacking! The students showcase their hand/eye coordination and try to beat their friend's time or their own personal best like grade 8 student Jakob Fahey. Read more...

St. James 5/6 Softball Team Captures Gold!!

On Friday June 6th, 2014 the grade 5/6 St. James Catholic Elementary School softball team participated in the Greater Sudbury Police Service annual slo-pitch tournament. The tournament serves to honour the memory of Sgt. Rick McDonald, who loved baseball and working with youth in our community. Sgt. McDonald was killed in the line of duty on July 28, 1999. The annual GSPS 5/6 Slo-Pitch tournament allows young students from across the Sudbury region to interact with police officers and have a great day playing ball.  Read more...

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