Posted by Kazuki Andre Ito on Monday, May 20, 2019
The Habitat for Humanity Club would like to thank the Saint Maur community for all the contributions to our Toy Drive. We received much more than we expected and will be taking 9 boxes full of toys and balls to Cambodia. We are certain the children in the villages we will be donating them to will be extremely pleased and we will post pictures when we return.
Thank you again for supporting the Saint Maur Habitat for Humanity Club.
Posted by Yong-Lang Kwan on Tuesday, May 7, 2019
The overcast weather didn’t deter Saint Maur families, alumni, friends and guests to spend a leisurely and enjoyable day on campus socializing , rummaging through Thrift Shop ‘treasures’, listening to the Jazz Bands and satisfying their taste buds with a wide variety of international foods and beverages on offer. The younger generation found their way to the roof playground to try their luck at playing children’s games.
A big THANK YOU is extended to the entire Saint Maur community, and to... Read More
Posted by Mariko Kaba on Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Blessed with good weather and cooperation from the entire Saint Maur family and wider community, our 2019 Saint Maur International Food Fair was a successful social event as well as a major fundraiser, enjoyed by all. Please view the list of raffle winners. If you are a lucky winner, claim your prize by bringing the winning ticket to the office during school hours Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Prizes must be claimed by May 24 or they will be forfeited.
Posted by Mary-Anne Suzuki on Wednesday, April 24, 2019
On Wednesday 10th April twenty one excited students from Grade 3 paid a visit to Dr. Suzuki in the Chemistry Lab. The excursion was the top prize for achieving a ‘blackout’ in the PSG Bingo and was won by a Grade 3 student. Students participated in a variety of demonstrations and carried out some of their own practical work. They learned about the importance of obtaining scientific evidence to distinguish between gases that looked the same. They collected hydrogen gas and found out that it... Read More
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Monday, April 22, 2019
For Christians everywhere, Easter is the most important festival. It is a festival of great joy because Christ was risen from the dead and overcame the power of death. Therefore it was with great shock and sadness we watched the news of the attacks on Catholic churches during Easter Sunday masses in Sri Lanka which has caused 207 deaths so far.
Lord God – as each of us understands you – help us to recognize the truth and beauty in all religious faiths when they are lived with good will and... Read More
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Wednesday, April 17, 2019
I am very grateful to the PSG for the purchase of a complete new set of Lectionaries for the chapel. These are the rather large books containing the daily and Sunday readings for Mass. They are from Collegeville Press, Saint John's Abbey. Our previous Lectionary was a single volumn and was in poor condition so it needed to be replaced. The new books are certainly a great addition to the chapel resources.
Posted by Yong-Lang Kwan on Monday, April 15, 2019
Collecting clothes, accessories, shoes, toys, baby year, home ware, stationery, bags, books, etc. Need hands to separate, price and label items. Contact Fernanda Santistevan at email@example.com for details.
Posted by Camilo (Grade 11) on Tuesday, April 9, 2019
On Monday April 1st, six students chose to participate in Saint Maur’s first ever after school cooking class for high school students where they learned how to make various types of Italian pasta sauces. These sauces being marinara sauce, bolognese sauce, seafood marinara, and creamy chicken sauce.*
The students were grouped into pairs where they collaboratively worked to make the delicious sauce of their choosing. Throughout the lesson the students carefully listened to the head chef Mr.... Read More
Posted by Gabriela Osada on Tuesday, April 9, 2019
The Eighth Annual O’Keeffe Irish Dance Celebration took place on Thursday, March 21st, 2019 in the Saint Maur Fine Arts Auditorium with the performance of 30 students from Elementary to High School.
The Celebration began with the youngest students from Grade 1, dancing their learned steps along the music. Then it was followed by the upper grades, all the way to the Middle and High School students, who showcased the well known Irish Dance steps. It was an event full of energy with the... Read More
Posted by Gabriela Osada on Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Saint Maur students had a successful St. Patrick's Day Parade on Motomachi Street, on Saturday, March 16, representing Saint Maur's Irish Dance Club. We thank the parents who organized, attended and supported this event.