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St. Benedict CSS Business Studies Visits the USA's capital city - Washington DC
05/26/2016 - The St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School Business Program continued its annual international field trip this spring by visiting Washington DC from May 18-22.
 
Youth Mental Health Walk-in offered for secondary students
05/03/2016 - The Sudbury Catholic District School Board in partnership with the Child and Family Centre is offering a unique service to all our secondary students. The service will be hosted at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School.
 
Marymount Academy presents "A Regal Night" fundraiser
04/27/2016 - Marymount Academy presents "A Regal Night" on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Enjoy cocktails, dinner, a talent show and silent auction. Tickets are $30 each and available by calling (705)574-4231 or by stopping by the school's main office.
 
St. Benedict Poetry Contest
04/04/2016 - Submit up to two poems to the St. Benís Poetry Contest! Deadline is April 29 at 1:30 PM. CASH Prizes!!
 
SCDSB Hosts FitSpirit Launch for a Second Year
03/09/2016 - On Wednesday, March 9, 2016, Olympic Athlete Angella Goran, visited MMA to introduce FitSpirit. FitSpirit is a specialized program solely for women and girls. It is a cardio-based program, alternating between running, calisthenics and fitness.
 
Apply To Become The SCDSB Trustee! Application Deadline - March 23, 2016
03/08/2016 - Apply now! Student trustees bring the student perspective to the board and help to ensure that the school board is acting in the best interest of the students. The Student trustee can influence school board and provincial education policy. Student trustees are responsible for representing students; adult trustees represent all taxpayers. Student trustees are also members of their Student Senate. Student trustees may suggest motions to advance issues and may cast a nonbinding vote.