Education

The 2019 Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum for Grades 1-8

The Ontario government’s new revised elementary Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum is available online. It is accompanied by a parent-friendly resource on what children will learn in each grade. The Ontario government states that this new curriculum relates to the everyday experiences of students, and will provide them with the skills and knowledge they need to lead safe, healthy, ...

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Registration Opening Soon for Eight New Online Certificate Programs

Sault College is continuously looking for opportunities to further diversify its online program and course offerings. With eight new online certificate programs added to the roster, Sault College is now offering over 30 online certificate options for learners! Registration for online learning for the September intake begins August 12 and can be done by calling 705.759.6700 option #3! Take advantage ...

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Thank You – M.H.S. Graduation 2019

On Thursday, June 27th, Michipicoten High School graduates walked across the stage to receive their Ontario Secondary School Diplomas.   The staff and students of Michipicoten High School would like to publicly thank the following companies, organizations, and individuals who generously sponsored graduation bursaries or awards at our school this past year: Algoma District Services Administration Board CUPE Local 3631 ...

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CSC Nouvelon outstanding graduates

With the end of the academic year just around the corner, the CSC Nouvelon is profiling one remarkable graduate from each of its secondary schools. Here are the profiles for our schools in Sault Ste-Marie, Wawa and Chapleau.   École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault (Sault Ste. Marie) Maggie Maloney, a grade 12 student at École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault in Sault Ste. Marie, is highly ...

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Northeast Forest Fire Update – June 26

There were no new fires in the Northeast Region by late afternoon today. At the time of this update, there is one wildland fires in the region. Timmins 2 covers 4,645 hectares. The fire is now being held. Crews continue to identify hot spots along the fire’s perimeter. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry staff continue to work with the ...

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Mantha Calls our SSM MP Ross Romano after 24 teachers declared redundant on Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

NDP MPP Michael Mantha is calling out Sault Ste. Marie MPP Ross Romano for doing nothing to stop Doug Ford’s cuts to education, which are now poised to hurt students in Catholic schools in Sault Ste. Marie, after 24 teachers were declared redundant — essentially receiving a pink slip — in the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board. “As Doug Ford’s ...

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York Region high school students lose courses amid Ford’s education cuts

Marit Stiles, Ontario NDP Education critic, called on the Ford Conservatives once more before the legislature rises for the summer to stop classroom cuts as high school students in York Region learned they’re losing 124 courses and 35 course sections next year.   As the Conservatives plow ahead with plans for fewer teachers and larger classes, the York Region District ...

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Algoma U and Sault College Partnership Creates More Opportunities for Students

Algoma University and Sault College announced new academic pathways to support enhanced student mobility between the College and the University. This expanded partnership between the two post-secondary institutions builds on the number of enhanced transfer pathways available to students who wish to complete a Sault College diploma and then seamlessly transition to Algoma U to complete a degree in a ...

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Jump Rope for Heart

  St. Joseph French Immersion’s annual participation in Jump Rope for Heart was a huge success this year.  The school fundraising goal was set at $1,700.  Our amazing St. Joseph French Immersion family was able to pass that goal and raise $2,828.55.   With a lot of hard work and dedication, the top fundraiser in the school was Cruz Dupuis ...

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Un tournoi amical de hockey intérieur à l’école Saint-Joseph

  L’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) a accueilli, le 15 mai dernier, des élèves de la 3e à la 6e année des écoles de Chapleau, Dubreuilville et Wawa pour un tournoi amical de hockey intérieur. L’esprit d’équipe était au rendez-vous et les élèves ont tous très bien joué. « Les Ours Senior » de l’école St-Joseph (Dubreuilville) ont remporté le championnat parmi les filles ...

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Some floor hockey fun at École Saint-Joseph

  École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) welcomed students from 3 to 6 students from schools in Chapleau, Dubreuilville and Wawa on May 15th for an indoor hockey tournament. Team spirit was evident throughout the tournament and the students all did their best. “Les Ours Senior” (The Senior Bears) won first place in the girl’s division while “Les Ti Lopus” (The small wolves) ...

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Nettoyage du terrain de soccer

Les élèves de la 1re année à l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa), avec l’appui de leur enseignant M. Brandon Vachon-Case, ont nettoyé le terrain de soccer la semaine dernière. Les élèves de la 7e et 8e année ont ensuite nettoyé le sable. Quelle belle initiative pour assurer la beauté de la cour d’école et prendre soin de l’environnement.

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Spring cleaning at École Saint-Joseph (Wawa)

Grade 1 students at École Saint-Joseph (Wawa), with the help of their teacher Mr. Brandon Vachon-Case, cleaned the school’s soccer field last week. The grade 7 and 8 students then proceeded to clean off all the sand on the field. The students did a great job maintaining their wonderful schoolyard while also taking care of the environment.

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