Education

Canadian School Counselling Week 2022: Who We Are and How We Help

As students across Canada return to in-person schooling during another school year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, February 7 – 11, marks the 8th annual Canadian School Counselling Week in which we recognize the school counselling profession in provinces and territories. The goal of Canadian School Counselling Week is to increase the public’s awareness of the programs and services that ...

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Ontario Offering Free Training for Food and Beverage Careers

The Ontario government is investing almost $1 million to prepare over 600 people across the province for rewarding careers in food and beverage processing. This funding to Food and Beverage Ontario provides jobseekers with training, mentorship, and job placements with local employers in baking, food science, and food production and processing. “Ontario’s food and beverage workers have kept shelves stocked ...

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L’Ontario offre une formation gratuite pour les carrières dans les aliments et boissons

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario investit près d’un million de dollars pour préparer plus de 600 personnes dans la province à des carrières enrichissantes dans la transformation des aliments et des boissons. Ce financement accordé à Food and Beverage Ontario permet aux demandeurs d’emploi de bénéficier d’une formation, d’un mentorat et d’un placement auprès d’employeurs locaux dans les domaines de la ...

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Bridge Building Competition Is Back!

Sault College, in partnership with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), is excited to announce the return of the annual Bridge Building Competition. Given current public health guidelines, this year’s competition will be livestreamed on Friday, March 11, 2022! This activity is open to elementary and high school students from Grades 4 to 12 and promotes learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).  Students ...

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L’Ontario lance le nouveau site Aperçu des cours en ligne

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario élargit l’accès à des cours d’apprentissage en ligne d’excellente qualité pour les élèves des écoles secondaires, grâce à des partenariats avec les conseils scolaires, TFO et TVO. À partir d’aujourd’hui, les élèves du palier secondaire pourront avoir un aperçu du contenu des cours en ligne sur le site https://apercucoursontario.ca/. Il s’agit d’un grand pas en avant ...

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Ontario Launches New Preview Sites for Online Courses

The Ontario government is expanding access to high-quality online learning courses for secondary school students through partnerships with school boards, TVO and TFO. Starting today, secondary school students will be able to preview online course content at www.ontariocoursepreview.ca. The move is a significant step forward in providing greater quality, choice and flexibility to students. As part of the Broadband Modernization ...

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School Bus Cancellation – Hornepayne

Jan 25, 2022 at 07:23 The Algoma & Huron-Superior Transportation Consortium has advised that “Due to the extremely cold temperatures in Hornepayne, all school related transportation is cancelled today for all Boards.  Schools will remain open.”

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Des artistes de l’école Saint-Joseph se démarquent au concours de la Légion !

L’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) est fière de l’accomplissement de tous ses élèves qui ont participé au concours des affiches de la Légion. Félicitations aux élèves suivants : Affiches en couleurs : Cédric Hardy, 3e année, 3e place; Lauryn Bumstead, 5e année, 2eplace; Adriana Casavant, 7e année, 1re place ; Ella Stewart, 8e année, 3e place. Affiches en noir et blanc : Tanner Robinson, 5e année, ...

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École Saint-Joseph artists shine in Legion contest!

École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) takes great pride in the accomplishments of all of its students who participated in the Legion Poster Contest. Congratulations to the following students: Colour posters: Cédric Hardy, grade 3, 3rd place; Lauryn Bumstead, grade 5, 2nd place; Adriana Casavant, grade 7, 1st place; Ella Stewart, grade 8, 3rd place. Black and white posters: Tanner Robinson, grade 5, ...

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School Bus Cancellations

Dubreuilville, White River and Wawa Due to the poor road conditions and visibility between Wawa and White River.  Routes N001 , N002, N006, N009 servicing Dubreuilville, White River and Wawa communities will be cancelled today. This cancellation affects students who attend Sir James Dunn P.S, Michipicoten High School, St. Augustine, Ecole Saint Joseph, and St. Basil (White River). Chapleau Due to the poor road conditions and visibility in ...

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Ontario Launching School-based Vaccine Clinics, Expanded Rapid Antigen Testing and High-Quality Masks for Staff & Students

With elementary and high school students returning to in-person learning on January 17, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, was joined by Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health to announce the launch of school-based vaccine clinics for youth and staff, along with a significant deployment of rapid antigen tests. These new measures build on the province providing millions ...

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L’Ontario lance des cliniques de vaccination en milieu scolaire, des tests antigéniques rapides étendus et des masques de haute qualité pour le personnel et les étudiants

Compte tenu de la reprise de l’apprentissage en personne à partir du 17 janvier pour les élèves du palier élémentaire et secondaire, le ministre de l’Éducation Stephen Lecce, accompagné du médecin hygiéniste en chef de l’Ontario, le Dr Kieran Moore, a annoncé la mise en place de centres de vaccination dans les écoles pour les jeunes et le personnel, ainsi ...

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