Sports and Clubs

Wood Meets Engineering

Richardson’s robotics team, Stormbots, competed at two three-day long competitions over the March Break. This year’s robotics challenge, Steamworks, is based around a steampunk theme and encourages students to gain a finer appreciation for steam-powered machines. The first competition was held at Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Center, where Stormbots eagerly competed with the utmost tenacity….

Richardson Visits Queens for Model WE Day

J. Clarke Richardson students involved in “Cultures of Richardson (COR)”, “Students Without Borders” and the social sciences had the opportunity to visit Queens University in Kingston on Saturday February 4th in order to participate in the second annual Model WE Day. Queen’s “Free The Children,” or FTC, is a social activist group moderated by Queens…

Cultures of Richardson’s Annual International Day

Last December, COR (also known as Cultures of Richardson), successfully ran their annual “International Day” promoting the various cultures in our school. The club has created many important ways to empower cultures within the school community but this has to be one of the biggest and most successful ways. Cultures of Richardson is a club,…

Voices with Visions – JCR’s Hip Hop Club

Voices with Visions is the name of the new music club that started up last year at J Clarke Richardson Collegiate in Ajax, ON. Here students focus on song writing, beat making, and preforming. Mrs.Murry has been heavily involved with everything the group does from field trips to volunteer opportunities around the community. We interviewed her to find out more on what Voices with Visions is all about. Overall, with all that’s been accomplished so far Voices with Visions has been nothing but an impressive and thrilling new club at J Clarke Richardson. The club provides a safe creative space for students to construct music and get involved with their community. The Club will be meeting every Monday in room 3150. I cant wait to see these visions coming to life within the following year.

Exciting New Yearbook Opportunity

Share your story. Share your pictures. The yearbook is used to summarize the events that take place throughout an entire school year. Many may say that it is a perfect way to represent the culture and lifestyle of the school it is made for. Unfortunately, some students occasionally feel as though they and their friends…

Hawaii, Here We Come!

Let’s say Aloha to the athletes of J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate as they embark on their first multi-sport tour. I had the chance recently to interview Phys. Ed. teacher Mr. Hunter who will be traveling to Hawaii with the athletes this March Break. EYE ON THE STORM: Besides you, who else is responsible for this…

Swimming Up A ‘Storm’ at LOSSA

On February 20th 2015, the Richardson Storm Swim Team competed in the LOSSA Swimming Championships at the Pickering Recreation Centre. The team, coached by Ms. Huelin, Ms. Herzog and Mr. Lezetc, raced with speed, strength and skill during the meet. Deanna Persaud, a senior who has been swimming with the team for four years, spoke…

TIC-TAC-TAO

Tic-tac-tao will be spoken of long after the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. It started when Coach Benoît Groulx said tic-tac-tao instead of tic-tac-toe a beautiful well-known goal scoring technique. While at first this mispronunciation was accidental it became a powerful mantra that kept the spirits and energy of the Canadian team throughout these games….

staff@eyeonthestorm.ca Thursdays after school in the library. New Members Welcome Anytime!