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Toronto Catholic District School Board

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Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), 

As we end the month of March, we begin April with our Easter celebrations. I hope that everyone in our community will be able to come together with family and friends during this most special time of the year. Over the past month we said good-bye to a few Staff members, and hello/welcome back to others. Before the March Break we had to say good-bye to Madame Kulnys-Douglas, but we were able to welcome back Madame Arduini from her maternity leave. We also wished Ms. Dionne all the best as she began her own maternity leave earlier in the month, but we then welcomed Ms. Raso into the fold as she will be filling in for Ms. Dionne for the rest of the year. We also welcomed back Ms. Davis to the ELP team. She has returned back to the school on a part-time basis. Ms. Davis will be sharing her ECE duties with Ms. Appiah for the next little while, until she can return to full-time. With March Break over, and Spring officially here, St. Clement is gearing up for the final three months of the school year. There are still lots of events and activities that remain on the agenda to engage our students within their learning environments. Our Staff continues to focus on effective Math strategies in their classrooms, while also building on the Growth Mindset that ‘Mistakes are Valuable’ with their students’ overall learning in Math. I have attached 2 new links below that I trust will be helpful to Parents reinforcing the “Mistakes are Valuable” philosophy with their child at home. The first link focusses on a Teacher and her experiences with this philosophy with her students. The second link is an exceptional TED Talk from a teacher as well. Happy Easter!!!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FBbx8R4gXU

www.youtube.com/watch?v=up4hFj-jcTY

Sincerely,
S. Peters Principal ​