Huron Superior hosts successful Summer Learning Program

Over 100 students got to take part in what is being called a successful Summer Learning Program through the English Catholic school board.

Site administrator Nadia Zanatta says 110 students took part in the virtual program, which ran through the month of July with a focus on numeracy and literacy.

She says the programming also helped address gaps in student learning, provided them with a learning boost and also provided recreational activities in partnership with Science North in Sudbury and the Healing Loft in Sault Ste. Marie.

Students from Chapleau to Hornepayne, Wawa to Sault Ste. Marie, Elliot Lake, Blind River and Espanola took part.

Zanatta adds each student and staff also received a backpack filled with supplies to prepare them for the upcoming school year.


PHOTOS: Sean Taylor of Sacred Heart School in Espanola was one of 110 students to take part in the Summer Learning Program. He received a backpack chock full of school supplies to be prepared for the fall session. Photos provided by Nadia Zanatta


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