Education

Algoma District School Board Re-Affirms Commitment to Human Rights, Equity and Reconciliation

The Algoma District School Board is engaged in collaboration with students, staff, families and community partners to develop, implement and monitor a plan to uphold and promote human rights and equity for all school community members and to support Reconciliation. At its regular Board Meeting Tuesday night, Trustees were provided an overview of the work currently underway, which included a ...

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Dubreuilville students are eco-responsible citizens!

At École St-Joseph, grade 1, 2 and 3 students joined forces to clean up their beautiful schoolyard. This initiative was a great way to educate students about the negative effects of waste on the environment and encourage them to take action to ensure the well-being of their community. Continue to be young eco-responsible citizens!

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Les élèves de Dubreuilville sont de jeunes citoyens écoresponsables

À l’école St-Joseph (Dubreuilville), les élèves de la 1re, 2e et 3e année ont uni leurs forces pour nettoyer leur belle cour d’école. Cette initiative est un excellent moyen de sensibiliser les élèves aux effets négatifs des déchets sur l’environnement et de les encourager à passer à l’action afin de veiller au bien-être de leur collectivité. Continuez d’être de jeunes ...

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Un gros merci des élèves de l’école Saint Nom de Jésus

Vendredi dernier, les élèves de l’École Saint Nom de Jésus (Hornepayne) ont préparé et envoyé de belles cartes à divers commerces, regroupements et membres de la communauté afin de leur dire un gros MERCI pour leur travail. Quelle belle activité pour propager la joie et la gratitude ainsi que renforcer les liens communautaires.  

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École Saint Nom de Jésus students say Merci!

  Last Friday, students from École Saint Nom de Jésus in Hornepayne prepared and sent beautiful cards to various businesses, groups and members of the community to say a big THANK YOU for their work. What a great activity to spread joy and gratitude as well as strengthen community bonds.

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Confederation College to Offer Embark, Indigenous STEM Education Program for Another Year

Confederation College is pleased to announce it will continue to offer a one-year certificate program focusing on teaching science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to Indigenous women and youth. The Embark, Indigenous STEM Education program was introduced in the 2021 school year and aims to remove barriers and ground students in cultural knowledge while helping them excel in STEM fields. ...

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École Saint-Joseph students discover new fun board games!

Grade 7 and 8 students at École Saint-Joseph in Wawa stand out as true leaders. During a two-week period, under the direction of teacher Ms. Ashley Hunt-Robinson, students invested a great deal of energy in their classroom project to create board games. As part of this school project, they used the material at their disposal, added attractive colours, took the ...

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New Indigenous Trustee Settles into Role

The newest member of the Board of Trustees of the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) is settling into his new role. Ogimaa Brent Bissaillion has replaced Debbie Mayer as the board’s new First Nations trustee. Bissaillion shared that he is a two-spirit cis, queer man and that he is currently serving second term as Chief of the Serpent River ...

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NOSM University medical students create impactful video about cannabis use by teens

Northern Ontario has the highest rates of cannabis dependence in high-school students across the province, according to the study Drug use among Ontario Students, published by the Canadian Mental Health Association in 2020. When a group of fourth-year medical students at NOSM University learned these statistics, they felt compelled to educate preteens and teenagers ages 12-18 as part of their unique advocacy curriculum. ...

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Promouvoir la guérison et le bien-être par le partage des arts et de la culture des Premières Nations, Métis et Inuit

Dans le cadre de ses efforts à encourager et assurer l’équité, le respect et l’inclusion dans ses communautés scolaires, le Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, en collaboration avec le Comité de participation des parents du Conseil, produira une série de quatre capsules vidéo ayant pour but de sensibiliser ses communautés scolaires et d’offrir une meilleure appréciation des différentes cultures qui les ...

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Promoting healing and wellness through the arts and cultures of First Nations, Métis and Inuit

As part of its efforts to encourage and ensure equity, respect and inclusion in its school communities, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, in collaboration with its Parents’ Participation Committee, will produce a series of four videos. This project seeks to raise awareness within the board’s school communities and provide a better appreciation of the different cultures that surround them, and ...

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Bus Cancellations

Due to adverse weather and poor road conditions, all school related transportation services are cancelled today for all Boards in Wawa, White River, Dubreuilville, and Chapleau. Schools are open. Note: transportation will be running in Hornepayne.

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School Bus Cancellations

Due to the impending weather system and freezing rain warnings, all school related transportation is cancelled today for all Boards in the Wawa, White River, Dubreuilville, and Chapleau.  Schools will remain open. Note: transportation will be running in Hornepayne

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