Intramurals and Extra-Curricular Physical Education
Students are invited to participate in one of many forms of an organized intramural program offered during noon hours. Some highlights of this past year have been the K-2 Soccer league, the 3-8 co-operative games (FUNtramurals), sport intramurals, as well as our skipping and dance clubs. Students may also participate in intramural badminton, floor hockey, flag football, basketball and soccer. Grades 5-6 students are provided with leadership opportunities as coaches, referees, scorekeepers and overall organizers. Throughout the year, students also participate in a variety of sports activities including Spring Camp (Gr. 5&6), Winter Camp (Gr. 7&8), downhill skiing (Gr. 7&8), and bowling (Gr. K-2) and winter outdoor sports (Gr. 3-5).
St. Charles is a member of the MCSAA, Manitoba Catholic Schools Athletics Association. As such, we compete against other Independent Schools in the city. MY students compete in Cross Country, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Soccer and Track & Field. To accommodate skill sets of our athletes, SCCS competes in the Competitive and/or Developmental levels in league play.
Need information about game/tournament schedules and team standings, visit the Manitoba Catholic Schools Athletic Association sports page. Just click on the MCSAA link below.
We are very pleased to once again be a part of the Terry Fox School Run Event as we encourage our students to develop a sense of volunteerism and goodwill, while celebrating school spirit. Please support our school by making a donation. Your kindness will impact the lives of so many people living with cancer.
Visit the St. Charles Catholic School Sponsor page to make a donation to the Terry Fox School Run online:
Learn to Skate
The Learn to Skate Program for grades K-2 runs on Mondays, 9 sessions from April to June.
Please note that a Learn to Skate Disclaimer – Participant Waiver Form must be completed to participate in the Learn to Skate program.
The equipment required by each student includes:
- Elbow & knee pads recommended (inline skating ones are acceptable)
- Neck guard (optional)
- Some kind of mitts or gloves (hockey gloves are acceptable)
- Ski pants, wind pants, or sweats so they don’t get their school pants wet for the rest of the day.
- Bag to carry equipment. Please note that your child will be responsible for carrying his/her bag, on and off the bus, to the rink, etc.