Education

St. Joseph French Immersion Catholic School Board to be renamed for September 1st

The Board of Trustees of the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) has approved a name change for its school in Wawa. As of September 1, 2021, St. Joseph French Immersion Catholic School will be known as St. Augustine French Immersion Catholic Elementary School. “Thanks to feedback from the school community, we realized that renaming the school would be a ...

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NDP force Liberals to face Laurentian University crisis by calling emergency debate

Last night, thanks to the NDP, an emergency debate was held to urgently address the crisis facing Laurentian University. MP Charlie Angus (Timmins-James Bay), was joined by fellow NDP MPs to push the Liberal government into taking credible steps to help the fight to save Laurentian. “For everyone in Northern Ontario, this university is an important symbol, especially for french ...

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Des chapelets pour Pâques!

En préparation pour leur participation à l’activité du chapelet vivant organisé par le Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, les élèves de la 6e année de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont fabriqué leur propre chapelet. Une fois terminés, les chapelets furent bénis par Père Michael de la paroisse Ste-Monica. Il s’agissait d’une belle activité pour se préparer en vue de la semaine Sainte ...

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Rosaries for Easter!

In preparation for their participation in the living rosary activity organized by the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, grade 6 students from École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) made their own rosary. Once completed, the rosaries were blessed by Father Michael of St. Monica parish. It was a great activity to prepare for Holy Week and Easter celebration.

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Vivre une activité de transition vers le secondaire

  Le vendredi 9 avril, avant l’amorce du congé de relâche du printemps, les Chevaliers de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont accueilli les élèves de la 8e année qui feront en septembre 2021, la transition vers le secondaire. Pendant la matinée, les élèves de la 8e ont participé à une variété de cours de la 9e année tels que arts ...

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Students take part in transition to secondary school activity

  On Friday, April 9, before the start of the Spring break, the Chevaliers of École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) welcomed grade 8 students who will be making the transition to secondary school in September 2021.   During the morning, grade 8 students were able to participate in a variety of grade 9 courses such as Media Arts, English, French, Mathematics, ...

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Retour à l’apprentissage à distance dans les écoles de l’Ontario après le congé d’avril

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario, en consultation avec le médecin-hygiéniste en chef, impose un retour à l’apprentissage à distance dans les écoles primaires et secondaires pendant deux semaines après le congé d’avril. Cette décision difficile a été prise en raison de l’augmentation rapide des cas de COVID-19, des risques croissants que représentent les variants de la COVID-19 pour la population et ...

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Ontario Moves Schools to Remote Learning Following Spring Break

The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, has made the difficult decision to move elementary and secondary schools to remote learning following the April break. This move has been made in response to the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, the increasing risks posed to the public by COVID-19 variants, and the massive spike in hospital ...

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Découvrir des jeux anciens à l’ÉS Saint-Joseph

  Des élèves de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) se sont beaucoup amusés en découvrant des jeux anciens. Guidé par leur enseignant M. Kevin Auger pendant le cours d’histoire mondiale, les élèves ont fabriqué le jeu Mehen, le jeu Royal d’Ur et le jeu du Chien et du Chacal.   Par la suite, ils ont pu disputer quelques parties amusantes tout ...

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Saint-Joseph students discover old games

  Students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) had a lot of fun discovering old historic games. Guided by their teacher Mr. Kevin Auger during the world history class, the students were able to fabricate the Mehen, Royal Ur, as well as the the Dog and Jackal games. Afterwards, they were able to play some fun games while following the instructions! ...

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St. Mary’s College Pivots to Virtual Learning

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is switching to virtual learning for all grades at St. Mary’s College on Thursday, April 8, 2021 and Friday, April 9, 2021. In relation to the confirmed COVID-19 case of a member of the St. Mary’s College school community this past weekend, two classes were asked to isolate. Today, Algoma Public Health (APH) recommended ...

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Tenaris Brings the Roberto Rocca Education Program to Sault College

Sault College and Tenaris have announced a new scholarship in support of student learning, which builds on the long-standing community partnership between the two organizations. The Rocca Education Program will recognize outstanding full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the College’s Bachelor of Engineering – Mechatronics Degree program offered in partnership with Humber College.   Beginning September 2021, four scholarships will be ...

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‘Tell us your stance’ and win some cash!

The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre (SSMIC) has launched its first local challenge for students in the Algoma region. The “Remote Learning: Tell Us Your Stance” essay competition is a part of SSMIC’s “Up for the Challenge” project that encourages Algoma residents and businesses to think and compete for innovative solutions to challenges on a local, regional, national, and global ...

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