Education

CUPE and OSBCU continue to Negotiate

Representatives of Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and CUPE’s Ontario School Board Council of Unions (OSBCU) have confirmed that there will be no further communications from the union this evening regarding bargaining talks with the province and the Council of Trustees’ Associations. The parties continue to negotiate. The talks between the parties are aimed at ending education workers’ current ...

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On croit au service communautaire à Saint-Joseph (Wawa)!

  Quelle belle façon de commencer une année scolaire! Félicitations à tous les élèves de la 12e de l’École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) qui ont déjà completé leurs 40 heures de service communautaire. Afin de souligner cet accomplissement, Mme Valérie Lévesque, enseignante EED, Mme Stephanie McGregor, enseignante ÉRÉ, et M. Mark Szekely, titulaire de la classe 12e année, ont invité tous ...

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Celebrating volunteering in the community

  What a great way to kick off the 2019-2020 school year! Congratulations to all grade 12 students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) who already completed their 40 hours of community volunteer hours. In celebration of this accomplishment, the teachers Ms. Valérie Lévesque, Ms. Stephanie McGregor and Mr. Mark Szekely invited the students to a lunch-conference! Well fed, the students ...

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JOURNÉE TERRY FOX !

  Cette année, l’école élémentaire et secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) a appuyé fièrement la Fondation Terry Fox! Le 24 septembre, les élèves, les membres du personnel, les parents et amis de l’école ont participé à la marche Terry Fox qui fut organisée par M. Mark Szekely, M. Michel Lemoyne et M. Brandon Vachon-Case avec l’appui stratégique des élèves du cours d’éducation ...

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Remembering Terry Fox!

  This year, elementary and secondary students from Wawa’s École Saint-Joseph Wawa took great pride in supporting the Terry Fox Foundation! On September 24, students, staff and friends took part in the walk organized by Mr. Mark Szekely, Mr. Michel Lemoyne and Mr. Brandon Vachon-Case with the key support of grade 11 and 12 physical education students. Mother Nature collaborated ...

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Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board to Close all Schools if CUPE Strikes

As you may know, on Oct. 2, 2019, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) provided five (5) days’ notice to begin a strike involving workers in Ontario’s education sector. This means that CUPE workers will be on strike beginning Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, unless an agreement is reached at the provincial bargaining table beforehand. All parties have agreed to continue bargaining ...

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Update from The Algoma District School Board Regarding the Impending CUPE Withdrawal of Services Monday, October 7

The Algoma District School Board advises parents that if the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) engage in a full withdrawal of services beginning Monday, October 7, 2019, to please note the following: all schools will remain open/operational; there will be no food services available at White Pines, Superior Heights and Korah secondary schools; all daycares and before & after school ...

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Outstanding student graduates awarded the CSC Nouvelon Vision Scholarship

Every year, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon awards its Vision Scholarships to outstanding graduating class students who have fulfilled the requirements of their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Valued at $500, the scholarship is awarded annually to two students from each CSC Nouvelon secondary school and one from Carrefour Options+. Laureates, selected by the principal of their school, must reflect the CSC ...

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Des finissants remarquables remportent la bourse Vision du CSC Nouvelon

Chaque année, le Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon récompense l’excellence des élèves qui complètent leur Diplôme d’études secondaires de l’Ontario avec la remise de la bourse « Vision ». D’une valeur de 500 $, celle-ci est remise annuellement à deux finissants de chacune de nos écoles secondaires et à un diplômé du Carrefour Options+. Sélectionnés par la direction de leur école, ...

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Les élèves de Saint-Joseph, de nouveaux maîtres du canot

  Tous les élèves de la 9e à la 12e année de l’école secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont tout récemment complété une formation de base de Pagaie Canada pour opérer un canot en tandem. Les sessions de certification se sont déroulées sur une période de deux ans! Les élèves ainsi que les enseignants sont maintenant prêts à descendre les rivières et les ...

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Sault College Receives the Largest Scholarship Donation to Date

Yesterday, September 25th, 2019 was a significant day for the College as we accepted the largest donation to our Scholarship, Bursaries and Awards program to date. Dr. Bijan and Dr. Simin Payandeh have graciously chosen to invest in the education of Sault College students through a new scholarship valued at $230,000. Representatives from Sault College were joined by Dr. Bijan ...

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Algoma District School Board Experiences Enrolment Growth

Algoma District School Board (ADSB) senior staff shared a very positive update and overview of opening enrolment numbers at Algoma District School Board’s first Regular Board meeting held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Elementary The September 7th, 2019 JK to Grade 8 enrolment has increased by 272 students from the projected numbers as contained in the April 2, 2019 Director’s ...

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Graduation Rate Continues to Climb at HSCDSB

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) is proud of its continued increase in graduation rates. The Board takes great pride in the fact that its graduation rate increased from the previous year. At St. Mary’s College, 81% of the Board’s students completed the requirements for their high school diploma within four years; 84% earned their diploma in five years. ...

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The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (SRSC) launches the results of the “Healing and Education Through Digital Access”

The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (SRSC) has launched the results of the “Healing and Education Through Digital Access” project funded by the National Heritage Digitization Strategy. This project received $86,890 in funding to digitize and make available unique archival records which document the early years of the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Indian Residential Schools. By preserving and providing community access to these ...

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