Sudbury Catholic District School Board
April 28, 2023

PEACE Pens Program Creates 400 Wooden Spoons For Caruso Club

PEACE program students were proud to be able to help Caruso Club – Società Caruso members celebrate their membership banquet on March 25th. Students personalized over 400 wooden spoons!

PEACE Pens has completed orders for many organizations including Workforce Planning Sudbury and Manitoulin, Old Rock Café, Lake City Reality, Caruso Club, Tony V’s, the Art Gallery of Sudbury, and Dominion Sewing Centre. The program provides students with hands-on learning opportunities using a variety of design technologies and business planning experience. All pens and other products in the PEACE shop are custom-made and created from start to finish by students in the program. Each item has its own unique style reflective of the creator. The project allow students to earn credits through the workshop co-op. Through the initiative, students develop their computer skills, design skills, business skills all in a safe and healthy work environment.  

“Working on these projects lets me focus on doing hands on activities outside of my schoolwork. It has been really fun to create things like the spoons for the Caruso Club,” said student Pierce Langill. 

“Learning how to properly and safely use the engraver has been a great experience. I really enjoy learning about the process of creating products and how to successfully run a business such as this one,” said student Emma Flear. 

“The team at St. Albert Learning Centre is always looking for innovative ways to promote experiential learning opportunities and to expand our partnership with community partners.  We thank our community partners for giving our students the various projects to keep them engaged in their learning!” said Christina Raso, Vice Principal of St. Albert Learning Centre. 

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