Education

Minister of Education Statement on Tentative Agreement with OCEW

Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement after reaching a tentative agreement with Ontario Council of Educational Workers (OCEW): “Our Government is pleased to announce a tentative agreement has been reached between the Crown, the Council of Trustees’ Associations, and OCEW. This tentative agreement shows our Government’s commitment to providing stability to parents, students, and education workers. ...

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ADSB Board of Directors Update – Highlights

Director of Education, Lucia Reece, provided Trustees with an overview of happenings since schools closed for 2 weeks following March Break, due to COVID-19. Director Reece explained the two-week closure was intended to provide time for Ontarians to self-isolate and take care of their well-being, particularly if they had traveled over March Break. The Ministry launched an online “Learn at ...

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HSCDSB Students Prepared to Learn at Home

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is preparing families to embrace learning at home in a new way beginning Monday, April 6. Following Tuesday’s announcement by Premier Doug Ford that schools would remain closed at least until Monday, May 4, Catholic educators continued to gear up to offer teacher-led learning to their students through various online platforms. “Many of our ...

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All CSC Nouvelon schools and daycare services to remain closed

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis and the efforts to counter the virus have resulted in the cancellation of several activities across the province as well as the closing of all schools in Ontario. In support of government efforts taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, all CSC Nouvelon elementary and secondary schools as well as the board office will remain closed ...

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Algoma District School Board “Access to Technology Survey”

The Algoma District School Board advises parents that on March 31st, 2020, the Premier and Minister of Education announced that schools will remain closed until at least May 4th. Additional resources will be made available for the Ministry’s Phase 2 of “Learn At Home,” and the Ministry will be providing School Boards with further direction around expectations for learning. Based ...

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Ontario Government Reaches Tentative Agreement with AEFO

Yesterday, March 31st, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued a statement  announcing a tentative agreement with the Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO) and the Association des conseils scolaires des écoles publiques de l’Ontario (ACÉPO) and the Association franco-ontarienne des conseils scolaires catholiques (AFOCSC): “Our Government is pleased to announce a tentative deal has been reached between the ...

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario conclut un accord de principe avec la FEEO

Hier a 20h45,le ministre de l’Éducation, Stephen Lecce, a fait la déclaration suivante concernant un accord de principe avec la Fédération des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’élémentaire de l’Ontario (FEEO), l’Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA), les travailleuses et travailleurs du secteur de l’éducation de la FEEO, et le Conseil des associations de conseillers scolaires (CACS) : « Notre gouvernement ...

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Ontario Government Reaches Tentative Agreement with ETFO

At 8:45 p.m. yesterday, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement regarding a tentative agreement with the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) and the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA), and ETFO Education Workers and the Council of Trustees’ Associations (CTA): “Our Government is pleased to announce a tentative agreement has been reached between the Crown, ETFO teachers ...

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ADSB Statement Regarding Phase One “Learn at Home”

A statement from Algoma District School Board Director of Education, Lucia Reece:   “The Algoma District School Board (ADSB) appreciated hearing the news shared today by Premier Doug Ford and the Ontario Minister of Education Stephen Lecce.  Like the Ministry of Education, keeping students and staff healthy at this critical time is ADSB’s first priority.  Equally important is supporting our ...

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Sweet treats at École St-Joseph

  The seniors’ organization “La Forêt du bonheur” held a pastry sale in honor of Saint Valentine on February 12 at École St-Joseph (Dubreuilville). School students and staff tood pride in participating in this community activity. All were able to purchase pastries to offer as a Valentine’s Day gift or to taste on the spot. The money raised will allow, ...

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De quoi pour se sucrer le bec!

  L’organisme pour les personnes aînées « La Forêt du bonheur » a tenu le 12 février dernier à l’école St-Joseph (Dubreuilville)  une vente de pâtisseries en l’honneur de la Saint-Valentin. Les élèves et membres du personnel de l’école étaient fiers de participer à cette activité communautaire. Tous ont pu se procurer des pâtisseries pour offrir en cadeau de Saint-Valentin ou pour déguster ...

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Des champions du tir à l’arc qui visent juste

  Plusieurs élèves de l’école St-Joseph (Dubreuilville) ont connu du succès au Championnat de tir à l’arc intérieur de l’Association des archers de l’Ontario du 15 au 23 février. Félicitations!   Catégorie des filles, Cub Compound 10 verges  3e place, Nadine Duclos (8e année)   Catégorie des garçons, Cub Compound 10 verges 4e place, Enrique Desormeaux (8e année) 5e place, ...

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Dubreuilville archers stand out at provincials

  Several students from École St-Joseph in Dubreuilville in enjoyed great success at the Ontario Archery Association’s Indoor Championship held from February 15 to 23. Congratulations!   Girls, Cub Compound 10 yards  3rd place, Nadine Duclos (grade 8)   Boys, Cub Compound 10 yards  4th place, Enrique Desormeaux (grade 8) 5th place, Cody Plourde (grade 7) 6th place, Loïc Bouchard ...

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Les élèves de l’ÉS Saint-Joseph participent à l’ensemencement du Lac Wawa

  Pour une septième année consécutive, les élèves des cours d’éducation physique 9e et 10e années de l’École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont participé à l’ensemencement de deux lacs de la région. Le 11 mars dernier, qu’accompagnés des enseignants Mme Valérie Lévesque, M. Michel Lemoyne, M. James Stewart et M. Mark Szekely, les élèves ont pu se rendre au lacs Wawa ...

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ÉS Saint-Joseph students take part in the fish restocking in Wawa

  For the seventh consecutive year, students in grade 9 and 10 physical education classes at École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) participated in the fish restocking of two lakes in the region. On March 11, the students were accompanied by teachers Ms. Valérie Lévesque, Mr. Michel Lemoyne, Mr. James Stewart and Mr. Mark Szekely, and went to Wawa and Rod and ...

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