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Families are at the heart of Sterling Hall, with over 70% of parents volunteering. Learn more about how you can be a part of the Sterling community.
On September 9, our first day back to school, we invited our New Parents to a morning coffee event to welcome them into our community. We will be continuing the tradition by inviting parents by division for good brew and conversation. Click below for the schedule.
After months of silent hallways and empty classrooms it was a moving experience for all of us at SHS to welcome back all our students for the start of the 2021-22 school year. We look forward to continuing our learning journey together!
Our Faculty and Staff were hard at work participating and leading sessions during our week-long professional development at SHS. From CPR training to curriculum planning, to classroom set-up, they spent each day working as a team to prepare for our boys’ safe return to school.
SHS celebrated PRIDE Month with learning opportunities, challenges, and activities. The enthusiasm of our boys and teachers was infectious and they relished the chance to showcase their PRIDE spirit! This is, and will continue to be, a wonderful time for our community to learn and embrace!
SHS has lowered its flag to half-mast in memory of the 215 Indigenous children who lost their lives and were found buried on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation in B.C. Our thoughts are with the Secwépemc Nation and all members of Indigenous communities, as we mourn with them.
Friday, May 14, our school showcased its annual SHS Talent Show - and what a wonderful celebration of amazing and diverse talent we have at Sterling Hall. Our SK-8 boys and faculty & staff displayed their courage and imagination while sharing their passions with us all!
This year, many of our classrooms enjoyed some creative ways to celebrate their Moms on Mother's Day. Our JK class held their annual Mother’s Day Tea and our entire school honoured our Moms in the Friday Assembly.
At SHS, we wish to realize a crucial vision of actively educating and working for justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. On April 28, our VP and our Director of Curriculum, lead a meeting for parents that outlined the process SHS has taken to meaningfully implement JEDI into our classrooms.
On the evening of April 21, the SHS PA presented, "Mind(set) & Mindfulness with Carla Weinstein, an SHS parent and Founder of the Drop In Project. This parent education seminar is just another of the wonderful health and wellness offerings our PA has provided to our SHS community.