Education

The Tenaris Roberto Rocca Scholarship in Engineering Assists Three Sault College

Three Sault College Bachelor of Engineering – Mechatronics students are the inaugural recipients of the Tenaris Roberto Rocco Scholarship in Engineering. Abbi Benka, Evan Bowman and Mariana Torres Tetelpa were each awarded the scholarship valued at $8,000 over the four years of the program.   Sault College and Tenaris announced the new scholarship earlier this year in support of the ...

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HSCDSB Names Incoming Director of Education

The Trustees of the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) have named Mr. Danny Viotto as the Board’s new Director of Education. Mr. Viotto will begin his new duties on February 22, 2022. “We are very pleased to make this announcement and are confident in Danny’s ability to be Director. He has impressed us with his work as a superintendent ...

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L’Égypte expliquée aux élèves de Wawa!

Le cours d’histoire 11e année, enseigné aux élèves de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) par M. Kevin Auger, offre une vision bien particulière des événements à travers les siècles. L’Égypte est un sujet captivant qui suscite des questions et de vives discussions. Dans le cadre du cours, un présentoir égyptien a été fabriqué et expliqué par les élèves Reese Rousseau et ...

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Wawa students discover the wonders of Egypt!

The grade 11 history course, taught to students at École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) by Mr. Kevin Auger, offers a very special view of events through the centuries. Egypt is a fascinating subject that generates questions and at times, animated discussions. As part of the course, an Egyptian display was assembled and explained by students Reese Rousseau and Cooper Baronnette-Moore. We ...

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L’Ontario lutte contre l’intimidation dans les écoles grâce à un nouveau financement et à un protocole de lutte contre l’intimidation mis à jour

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Durant la Semaine de la sensibilisation à l’intimidation et de la prévention, le ministre de l’Éducation, Stephen Lecce, accompagné de Raymond Cho, le ministre des Services aux aînés et de l’Accessibilité, et de Sam Oosterhoff, l’adjoint parlementaire au ministre de l’Éducation, a rencontré des partenaires et a annoncé un nouveau financement pour lutter contre l’intimidation et la discrimination dont font ...

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Ontario Combats Bullying in Schools with New Funding & Updated Anti-Bullying Protocol

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During Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, joined by Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility, and Sam Oosterhoff, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Education, met with partners to announce new funding to combat bullying and discrimination against students with disabilities, and unveiled a strengthened plan to counter bullying in-class and online. This updated anti-bullying ...

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Un projet de construction emballant!

Dans le cours de sciences, les élèves de la 7e/8e de l’École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont relevé le défi de concevoir et de construire une niche pour de petits animaux de compagnie. Dirigés par leur enseignante Mme Ashley Hunt-Robinson, les élèves ont procédé à ce projet stimulant qui comprenait plusieurs éléments dont la conception d’un plan de fabrication, la recherche de ...

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École Saint-Joseph students complete a fun construction project

In their science class, grade 7 and 8 students from École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) took up the challenge of designing and building a shelter for small animals. Under the guidance of their teacher Ms. Ashley Hunt-Robinson, the students carried out this stimulating project which included several steps such as designing a manufacturing plan, finding construction materials, gathering tools, taking measurements as ...

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La pratique du yoga pour contribuer au bien-être des élèves

Des études confirment que le yoga peut être bénéfique et avoir un effet de bien-être sur la santé des adolescents. Dans le but d’appuyer ses élèves à l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa), l’enseignante Mme Annette Lytwenko en a fait une pratique gagnante et offrent régulièrement de courtes sessions de yoga. Les élèves adorent et retirent des bénéfices sur le plan physique ...

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Offering yoga to support the well-being of students

Studies confirm that yoga can be beneficial and have a wellness effect on the health and well-being of teenagers. In order to support her students at École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa), teacher Ms. Annette Lytwenko has made this a winning practice and regularly offers short yoga sessions. Students love this activity and are benefiting both physically and emotionally. Among the findings, ...

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Confederation College Highlights New Student Opportunities with Virtual Open House

Confederation College is providing prospective students a look inside its diverse programs and new opportunities with its virtual Open House 2021. Until November 25, 2021, secondary students, mature learners and their families can attend live sessions to learn more about student life at Confederation College.   “We wanted prospective students to have a comfortable way to explore their future opportunities,” ...

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Honorons nos militaires canadiens!

Les élèves de la 4e année de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont souligné le jour du Souvenir en écrivant des cartes postales à l’intention de militaires canadiens. Sous la supervision de leur enseignant, M. Éric Comtois, les élèves ont fait des recherches, compilé des informations pour ensuite rédiger de beaux messages.   Les élèves se sont aussi rendus au cénotaphe de ...

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École Saint-Joseph students honour Canadian soldiers!

Grade 4 students from École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) marked Remembrance Day by writing postcards for members of the Canadian Military. Under the supervision of their teacher, Mr. Éric Comtois, students were asked to research and compile information, before writing beautiful messages.   The students also visited the Wawa’s Community Cenotaph to honour veterans who participated in various military conflicts. Afterwards, the ...

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Sault College Celebrates Ontario Treaties Recognition Week

Ontario is marking the sixth annual Treaties Recognition Week November 1-7, 2021. As part of this, Sault College Indigenous Studies and Library Services are celebrating with #SCTreatyTalks welcoming guest speakers Patricia Lesage and Juliana Lesage.   Community members are invited to participate in this virtual presentation taking place on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. Sault Ste. Marie is ...

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Un souci remarquable pour leur communauté et l’environnement

  Dans le cadre des cours de sciences, d’études sociales et de religion, les élèves de 4e et 5e année de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) étudient l’importance de prendre soin de l’environnement, de leur communauté et de leur école. Avec l’aide de Mme Sabrina Lévesque, enseignante de 5e année, et de M. Éric Comtois, enseignant de 4e année, les élèves ont ...

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