An uplifting look at how our students and faculty are adapting to online classes and remote learning amid school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gr. 9 student and his family volunteering at the Mississauga Food Bank.
Gr. 12 student taking class outdoors on a beautiful day.
Gr. 10 student learning cooking skills.
Gr. 10 student's forced perspective arts project.
Gr. 10 student works on his Design Tech CO2-powered race car.
Gr. 9 SMCS student's online learning 'classroom' at home.
SMCS students participating in an online chess lesson with Dr. Fantilli.
Gr. 8 SMCS student staying connected to teachers and classmates on Edsby.
Gr. 12 SMCS student keeping busy with 'paint by numbers' hobby while in isolation.
Gr. 9 SMCS student leveraging tech in his online classroom set-up at home.
Gr. 8 SMCS student finishing up his day of online classes at home.
Gr. 11 SMCS student making dinner for his family.
Gr. 7 SMCS student participating in his online class from his dining room.
A Grade 7 SMCS student shares a special message, while keeping engaged in his online classes.
A Grade 7 SMCS student preparing for his second week of online classes.
A Grade 10 SMCS student engaged in online classes during the school's closure.
SMCS faculty are leveraging online platforms like Edsby to effectively deliver remote classroom lessons.
SMCS Theology Department Head and English teacher, Calvin Cahatol, prepares for his online lessons.
SMCS teacher, Jennifer Lee teaches an online French class to her students over a video conference call.
A Grade 7 SMCS student using his tablet to connect to his teachers and classmates from home.
A Grade 12 SMCS student connects with his classmates from his dining room.
Students answering questions while working through a SMART Notebook file in Vice Principal, David Lee's class.
SMCS teacher, Noel Di Tosto's '99 cat photobombs his Gr. 12 advanced functions math class.
Dr. Robert Fantilli '94, SMCS math teacher, video conferences with his students during an online class.
Paul Fitzpatrick '95, Department Head and history teacher at SMCS shows us his remote teaching setup.
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