Education

Confederation College Makes Difficult Decisions Regarding Fall 2020 Intake for Four Programs Due to COVID-19

Confederation College has been regularly assessing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation and has been following direction given by government and health authorities. The health and safety of the College community remains its primary concern.    After much consideration, and as a result of the ongoing pandemic and continued restrictions, the College has made some very difficult decisions regarding the fall ...

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Outstanding student leaves in his mark at ÉS Saint-Joseph

  Nicolas Lafrenière, a grade 12 student at École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa), is a true role model for his peers. Hardworking, cooperative, flexible, reliable and very responsible, Nicolas is respected by all. Admired for his remarkable sense of organization, Nicolas is willing to invest the time, effort and energy that is required to carry out all the projects he undertakes. ...

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Un élève de l’ÉS Saint-Joseph se démarque par son leadership et engagement

  Nicolas Lafrenière, élève de 12e année à l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa), est un véritable modèle pour ses pairs. Assidu, coopératif, flexible, fiable et très responsable, Nicolas est respecté par tous. Son sens de l’organisation est impeccable et il n’a pas peur d’investir le temps, les efforts et les énergies nécessaires afin de mener à bien tous les projets qu’il ...

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L’Ontario fait d’importants investissements dans la santé mentale et la technologie pour soutenir les élèves

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Le ministre de l’Éducation de l’Ontario, Stephen Lecce, a annoncé deux nouveaux investissements : l’un de 15 millions de dollars pour l’achat de milliers d’ordinateurs de classe, et l’autre de 10 millions de dollars pour l’embauche de travailleurs en santé mentale supplémentaires. Ces nouvelles ressources permettront de veiller à ce que les élèves puissent retourner à l’école avec la confiance et les outils ...

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Ontario Makes Major Investment in Mental Health and Technology to Support Students

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The Ontario Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, announced $15 million to purchase thousands of classroom computers, and $10 million to hire additional mental health workers. These new resources will help ensure students can return to school with the confidence and the tools they need to succeed. This funding represents the highest amount the Ministry of Education has ever dedicated to ...

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Le CSC Nouvelon célébrera ses 400 finissantes et finissants

Près de 400 élèves de la 12e année des dix écoles secondaires du Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon seront à l’honneur les 16, 23, 24 et 25 juin prochains. En raison des contraintes en matière de santé et des mesures de distanciation sociale visant à contrer la propagation de la Covid-19, les écoles secondaires valoriseront leurs élèves en diffusant une célébration ...

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CSC Nouvelon secondary schools to hold Virtual Graduating Ceremonies

Close to 400 students from the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon’s ten secondary schools will be celebrated on June 16, 23, 24 and 25, 2020. As a result of government health and social distancing measures taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, the secondary schools will honour the students completing grade 12 through a virtual graduating ceremony.   “We wish our ...

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Confederation College COVID-19 Update – June 3, 2020

At a recent event, the Minister of Colleges and Universities, Ross Romano, said that the situation surrounding the pandemic is changing daily, making it hard to offer a definitive vision of what campuses in the province will look like in September. In an effort to establish clarity and direction for our students and employees, Confederation College has determined that we ...

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MHS – Thinking of you

  In light of the Minster of Education’s announcement on May 19th, 2020, that Ontario schools will remain closed for the remainder of the year, the staff of Michipicoten High School (MHS) have created a collage of caring and encouraging messages to let our students and families know that we are thinking of them. “In these difficult times we’ve got ...

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ADSB – Schools to remain closed for remainder of school year

The Algoma District School Board advises parents that today, the Premier and Minister of Education announced that, based on expert advice from public health officials, schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. At home learning will continue to be available until the end of June, thus ADSB students will continue to receive work and communications from ...

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Health and Safety Top Priority as Schools Remain Closed

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The Ontario government is protecting the health and safety of students during the COVID-19 outbreak by keeping schools closed for the rest of this school year. This decision was made after consulting with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, health experts on the COVID-19 Command Table, and medical experts at The Hospital for Sick Children. At the same time, the ...

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La santé et la sécurité demeurent la priorité absolue : les écoles de l’Ontario resteront fermées

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario protège la santé et la sécurité des élèves pendant la pandémie de COVID-19 en prolongeant la fermeture des écoles pour le reste de l’année scolaire. Cette décision a été prise après avoir consulté le médecin hygiéniste en chef, les responsables de la santé du Groupe de commandement de l’Ontario pour la lutte contre la COVID-19 et ...

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Les élèves participant à un spectacle de talent virtuel

  Les élèves de la maternelle/jardin de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont vécu plusieurs journées thèmes de façon virtuelle depuis la fermeture des écoles en mars et le lancement du programme d’apprentissage à distance. Les élèves se sont rencontrés de façon virtuelle pour faire de nombreuses activités y compris de la danse, une journée pyjamas, un bingo virtuel ainsi qu’un spectacle ...

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Students take part in virtual talent show

  Junior and senior Kindergarten students at École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) garden students have participated in various theme days since the closing of schools in March and the launch of home-based distance learning. The students have had the chance to meet virtually and participate in many fun activities including dancing, a pajama day, virtual bingo and a virtual show! With the ...

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