// September 17th, 2014 //
Results from Education Quality and Accountability Office assessments indicate that Grade 3 and Grade 6 students throughout the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board are making tremendous progress in meeting or exceeding provincial curriculum expectations.
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Holy Name choir thrilled to honour alumnus at Spitfire memorial ceremony
// September 19th, 2014 //
(Essex, Ontario, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014) - Madison Shanahan thinks it's "pretty cool" that she gets to sing at a ceremony to unveil the new Spitfire memorial here this Sunday.

Can-do mindset
// September 17th, 2014 //
(Windsor, Ontario, Sept. 17, 2014) - It took a funeral to inject some life back into the academic assessment scores at St. Angela Catholic Elementary School.

Aspiring guitarist credits success to St. Anne music teacher
// September 11th, 2014 //
(Windsor, Ontario, Sept. 10, 2014) Tyler Sasso has big aspirations that include moving to Los Angeles in the near future and making it as a guitarist in the world of contemporary music.

Students hit the ice at Central Park Athletics
// September 8th, 2014 //
More than 90 students from Corpus Christi Catholic Middle School and F. J. Brennan Catholic High School who are taking part in an innovative new program that combines athletics and academics hit the ice.

Drumming up support for the environment
// September 4th, 2014 //
(Windsor, Ontario, Sept. 4, 2014) Like many people his age, Aidan LoMascolo worries about the current state of the environment, but he also believes he can change the world for the better with his art work.

High school golfers headed to provincial championships
// August 21st, 2014 //
(Windsor, Ontario, Aug. 21, 2014) A pair of golfers from two local Catholic high schools will be competing in the biggest tournament of their young lives next week.

Catholic Central student among aspiring chemists at BASF Academy
// August 13th, 2014 //
(Windsor, Ontario, Aug. 12, 2014) When Haylee Begin-Dyck goes back to Catholic Central High School next month, she'll have a great head start, especially in chemistry class.

2014 Municipal Election
// July 23rd, 2014 //
The Board seeks three community volunteers to sit on its 2014 Municipal Election Compliance Audit Committee. For additional information and the application process please click here.

Technology’s true believers
// July 24th, 2014 //
It took only one reading assignment for Susan Wright and her Grade 3 students at St. Angela Catholic Elementary School to become true believers in the seemingly limitless educational possibilities that go with using MyTools2Go in their classroom.

New high-tech summer learning program enhances student literacy skills
// July 9th, 2014 //
When Tara Steinhoff's daughter Lizzie entered Grade 3 at St. John Catholic Elementary School last September, she witnessed first-hand the consequences of taking an entire summer off from the books.

Brennan Youth Perspectives
// July 4th, 2014 //
Cell phones and other devices can be a huge distraction for teenagers these days and that may only increase as modern communications technology becomes more ubiquitous in their lives, but just how much of a nuisance it will be depends entirely on the people who use it.

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