The Lakeland College Alumni Theatre was packed full of excitement as family and friends attended the St. Jerome’s School’s Christmas Concert on December 12. Over 100 children, Kindergarten – Grade 5, kept the crowd engaged with their lively performances. It was clear that a lot of practice had gone into the concert. Well delivered messages spread Christmas cheer throughout the theatre. The children had a lot of fun dressing up in costumes, singing and dancing throughout the n
Congratulations and encouragement was shared as St. Jerome’s School held their graduation ceremony at the Vermilion Regional Centre on May 25.
‘You had to be there,’ was the theme of the event, and as graduates approached the stage their favourite memories and plans for the future were shared. Principal Allan Chase emceed the event, and Vice Principal Allan MacMillan sang a special song to the class.
Congratulatory speeches were given from Mayor Caroline McAuley, deputy s
Left: Adrian LaChance, founder of Running Thunder Dancers, at St. Jerome’s School in Vermilion on May 10.
Right: Emry John, who provided jingle dress teaching to elementary students at St. Jerome’s School on May 10. Photos Angela Mouly St. Jerome’s School in Vermilion hosted an Indigenous Celebration Day on May 10.
Creeland Dancers gave a jigging/square dance presentation, and the Poundmaker Singers gave a drum presentation.
Throughout the day, students had the opportuni
Hundreds of students and community members gathered at St. Jerome’s School on February 5, for encouraging presentations by speaker, Tyler Durman.
“I am so excited that students chose to be here when buses weren’t running, and thank you to Principal Chase for helping to make it possible,” said teacher, Allan MacMillan.
Durman is originally from California, but has spent most of his life in Hawaii. Keeping audience members engaged, Durman began with K – 5 participating in a
Approximately 760 people attended the St. Jerome’s School Fall Supper held at the Vermilion Regional Centre on September 27.
Principal, Allan Chase said, “We love the event because it involves our entire school community. Parents, staff, and children prepare the food, and many enjoy visiting. It is a good fundraiser for extracurricular activities, special projects, and school improvements in general.
The Regional Centre was decorated with a large display of autumn crafts ha
Elementary students at St. Jerome’s School were thrilled to be outside partaking in friendly athletic competition during their Track and Field event on June 15. Children proceeded to cheer one another on during their races throughout the day. “It was awesome; the weather was perfect, we couldn’t have asked for better! The students’ participation and excitement was excellent; they love this day,” said Mrs. Krys. Pictured is a Grade 1 student attempting the Ball-Kick on June 15
Congratulations and encouragement was shared as St. Jerome’s School held their graduation ceremony at the Vermilion Regional Centre on April 26.
“The Journey Doesn’t End Here’ was the theme of the event, and as graduates approached the stage their favourite memories and plans for the future were shared. Principal Chase emceed the event, and Vice Principal MacMillan sang a special song to the class.
Congratulatory speeches were given from Superintendant Charlie McCormack,
From left, Karah McGillvary, Alex Dimayro, Rebecca Lahosky, Jerad Zitman, Mike Brandolino, Emily Fraser, Austin Gauthier, and Rob Laska performed during the Valley band and Live Different Builds presentation at St. Jerome’s School on March 20. Photo Angela Mouly “Empathy is a really powerful thing,” said Live Different Speaker, Jerad Zitman, at St. Jerome’s School on March 20. Among the group of presentation speakers, Zitman suggested choosing to use empathy for good, and men
Children spun wildly with excitement during the Space - themed Carnival at St. Jerome’s School on March 2. As part of their Leadership Class, Grade 10 students organized booths, decorated the school, contacted businesses, and volunteered to run the Carnival. The Carnival is a service project that provided the students practical, hands-on life lessons on how important it is to give back to where you are from according to Teacher, Allan MacMillan who remembers attending the Car