Education

École secondaire Saint-Joseph students honoured during Recognition Gala

    On February 12, École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) students and staff vibrated to the rhythm of the Recognition Gala. Organized by teachers Ms. Stephanie McGregor and Ms. Lynne Burnham, the program included several events. An impressive group of students, proud of their achievements and good practices, marched through the school foyer to receive their awards and plaque!   The ...

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Des élèves à l’honneur lors du gala de reconnaissance de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa)

    Le 12 février dernier, les élèves et les membres du personnel de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) vibraient au rythme du Gala de reconnaissance. Organisé par les enseignantes Mme Stephanie McGregor et Mme Lynne Burnham, le programme comprenait plusieurs événements. Un groupe impressionnant d’élèves fiers de leurs réussites et de leurs bonnes pratiques ont défilé au foyer de l’école ...

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École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) closed until March 9, 2021

The health and safety of students and employees remains CSC Nouvelon’s top priority. Due to frozen pipes in various parts of École Saint-Joseph (Wawa), the school will be closed for all students from Kindergarten to grade 12 on Friday, March 5, as well as Monday, March 8, 2021.   At the moment, students are expected to resume their in-class learning ...

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Emergency Closure of St. Joseph French Immersion Catholic School (March 5 & 8…)

As a result of a frozen sewer line, the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) will be temporarily closing St. Joseph French Immersion Catholic School in Wawa on Friday, March 5. The board made its decision in consultation with Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, which shares the facility. HSCDSB’s Plant Department has advised that specialized equipment is required to address the ...

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La Saint-Valentin : une journée remplie d’amour, d’amitiés et de beaux souvenirs

    Le 14 février fut une belle journée remplie d’activités et d’apprentissage à l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa). Les élèves et les membres du personnel sont arrivés à l’école habillés en rouge, rose et blanc. Cette année, les élèves ont dû faire preuve de créativité et fabriquer leurs cartes de Saint-Valentin à l’école. Par la suite, ils ont échangé leurs cartes ...

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Valentine’s Day: a day filled with love, friendships and fond memories

  February 14 was a great day filled with activities and learning at École Saint-Joseph (Wawa). Students and staff arrived at the school dressed in red, pink and white. This year, students had to get creative and make their Valentine’s Day cards at school. Afterwards, they exchanged their cards with friends in their classroom.   The large school family went ...

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Indigenous Art Online Auction to Help Change Lives Through Learning

In continuation of the recent virtual Community Partners’ Evening, which took place in January 2021, Confederation College is getting ready to launch part two of the at-home experience with an Indigenous Art Online Auction on February 26-28th. “The in-person auction of past Community Partners’ Evening events has always featured Indigenous works from our print collection,” said Kathleen Lynch, President. “They ...

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École Saint-Joseph students stand out in Legion’s Remembrance Day Poster Contest

  This year, students from École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) entered the Legion’s Remembrance Day Poster Contest. Under the guidance of elementary school teacher Kirk Whitlock and high school teacher Annette Lytwenko, the students developed and created beautiful black and white and colour posters. Among the winners were ten students from Saint-Joseph school!   The following students from ES Saint-Joseph claimed the ...

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Des élèves de Saint-Joseph se démarquent dans le concours d’affiches du Jour du souvenir de la Légion

  Cette année, les élèves de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont participé au concours annuel des affiches du Jour du souvenir de la Légion. Sous la direction de M. Kirk Whitlock, enseignant à l’élémentaire, et de Mme Annette Lytwenko, enseignante au secondaire, les élèves ont élaboré et créé de magnifiques affiches en noir et blanc et en couleurs. Parmi les gagnants, ...

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Algoma District School Board Student Trustees for 2021 / 2022 School Year Appointed

The Algoma District School Board (ADSB) approved the appointment of three Student Trustees for the 2021/2022 school year: Annika Morrison from Michipicoten High School in Wawa, Shail Giroux from Korah Collegiate and Manook Wilson from Elliot Lake Secondary School as Indigenous Student Trustee, for the Algoma District School Board, effective August 1, 2021. Annika Morrison is currently a Grade 11 ...

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New program to create huge increase in PSW training at Ontario’s colleges

The new accelerated training program for personal support workers (PSWs) announced today by the provincial government will produce a huge increase in the PSW training at Ontario’s colleges. “This is a major step to help fill the demand for personal support workers in our community,” Ron Common, Sault College President “It’s an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in a new ...

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Postponement of March Break 2021 and Change to April 30 PD Day made by School Boards

On February 11, 2021 Ontario’s Minister of Education Stephen Lecce, issued the following statement regarding March Break: “In support of our collective efforts to keep schools safe, we are postponing March Break until April 12-16, 2021. This decision was made with the best advice of Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and public health officials, including consultations with many local ...

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March Break is Delayed

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Stephen Lecce, Ontario’s Minister of Education, issued the following statement regarding March break: “In support of our collective efforts to keep schools safe, we are postponing March break until April 12-16, 2021. This decision was made with the best advice of Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and public health officials, including consultations with many local Medical Officers of Health. ...

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