Education

Confederation College Takes Important Next Step on Decolonization Journey

Confederation College took an important next step in its decolonization journey with the release of its Decolonization Report on National Indigenous Peoples Day. The report details how the College will address the recommendations from its Systemic Racism Review, and includes a work plan for implementation.   “This Report is a result of considerable effort by a dedicated team known as ...

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Sault College Commemorates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Today, in keeping with COVID-19 restrictions, a small group gathered at Sault College for a flag-raising ceremony in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Through inspirational speeches, jingle dress dancing, and flag-raising, the group commemorated this important day and the outstanding contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada. As part of today’s special ceremony, the College ...

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Persévérance, don de soi et entrepreneuriat

Travis Terris, élève de 12e année à l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa), est un leader positif qui s’est affirmé par sa tranquillité et son assurance. Sa bonne humeur, son sourire ainsi que son calme devant les défis lui ont permis de se mériter le respect de ses pairs et du personnel de l’école. Travis gère son temps et ses loisirs en ...

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Perseverance, selflessness and entrepreneurship

Travis Terris, a grade 12 student at École secondaire Saint Joseph (Wawa), is a positive leader who stands out through his composure and self-confidence. His good humour, smile and calmness when facing challenges allowed him to earn the respect of his peers and school staff. Travis manages his time and hobbies according to his strengths and always with a realistic ...

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CSC Nouvelon to celebrate its 400 secondary school graduating students

Some 400 students from the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon’s ten secondary schools will be celebrated on June 16, 17, 22, 24, 28 and 29, 2021. In order to protect the health and wellbeing of students and staff, the secondary schools will honour the students completing grade 12 through a virtual graduating ceremony. Secondary schools will enhance this recognition event with ...

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Le CSC Nouvelon célébrera ses 400 finissantes et finissants

Plus de 400 élèves de la 12e année des dix écoles secondaires du Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon seront à l’honneur les 16, 17, 22, 24, 28 et 29 juin prochains. Afin de veiller à la santé et au bien-être des élèves et de son personnel, les écoles secondaires valoriseront leurs élèves en diffusant une célébration des finissantes et finissants en ...

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Une élève de l’ÉS Saint-Joseph remporte le concours de la Légion

  Plusieurs élèves de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont fait belle figure lors de leur participation au concours de création d’affiches de la Légion. Hana Nelson, élève de 10e année, avec son dessin en noir et blanc a remporté la 1re place à Wawa, ensuite 1re place pour la zone qui englobe 11 communautés de White River à Massey et ...

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A talented ÉS Saint-Joseph student wins the Legion competition

  Several students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) stood out through their participation in the Legion’s Poster Competition. Grade 10 student Hana Nelson, with her black and white drawing, won 1st place in Wawa,. Afterwards, whe went on to claim top spot for the area encompassing 11 communities from White River to Massey and finally, placed 1st overall for the ...

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Rickford – Déclaration sur la découverte des restes d’enfants autochtones

Greg Rickford, ministre des Affaires autochtones, a fait la déclaration suivante à la suite de la découverte des restes d’enfants autochtones dans un ancien pensionnat indien de Kamloops, en Colombie-Britannique : « Notre gouvernement, aux côtés de la chef régionale de l’Ontario Roseanne Archibald, a été choqué et attristé par la découverte des restes de 215 enfants sur l’ancien site ...

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Rickford – Statement on the discovery of the remains of Indigenous children

Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, issued the following statement on the discovery of the remains of Indigenous children at a former Kamloops Indian Residential school in British Columbia: “Our government, alongside Ontario Regional Chief Roseanne Archibald, was shocked and saddened by the discovery of remains of 215 children on the former site of a residential school in Kamloops, B.C. ...

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Eco-responsible students share leadership with community!

On May 18, students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) demonstrated good citizenship and ecological leadership. As part of the Leadership – Student Recreation course, taught by Ms. Annette Lytwenko, the students went individually or in small groups to Lake Wawa beach to pick up litter. This learning activity respected public health distancing measures. This public beach, frequented by a large ...

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Des élèves éco-responsables et engagés !

Le 18 mai dernier, des élèves de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont manifesté leur civisme et leadership écologique. Dans le cadre du cours de Leadership – activités récréatives les élèves, enseigné par Mme Annette Lytwenko, les élèves se sont déplacés individuellement ou en petits groupes vers la plage du Lac Wawa pour ramasser des déchets tout en s’assurant de respecter ...

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A program to support children who will begin Kindergarten in September

This summer, from August 9 to 20, the “Apprends-P’tit” program will be offered virtually to future Kindergarten students who will begin their learning adventure in a Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon school in September 2021. This two-week program, offered via the Microsoft Teams platform, will allow students to familiarize themselves with the school environment. Through play-centred activities, children will be able ...

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HSCDSB Celebrating Catholic Education Week – May 2 – 7

Students and staff of the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) are excited to celebrate Catholic Education Week, which runs from May 2 to May 7. “This year’s theme is ‘Nurturing Hope’, and it seems very appropriate, considering what our families and school communities have experienced so far this school year. We look to nurture hope in our students on ...

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