Schools

Cambrian College extends contract of President

The Cambrian College Board of Governors has extended the contract of President Bill Best, effective immediately. Paul Pedersen, the chair of the college’s Board of Governors says Best has been given a multi-year contract extension until August 2028. He adds … Continue reading

Celebrating outstanding ÉSC La Renaissance graduating students

Despite this extraordinary school year, École secondaire catholique La Renaissance (Espanola) was able to celebrate the successes of grade 12 graduates. In addition to offering a virtual ceremony to graduates and their families, the school staff went above and beyond … Continue reading

MESSAGE FROM EHS PRINCIPAL RIVARD

Today and next Monday students of Espanola High School are asked to drop off their Chromebooks, instruments, textbooks and pick up their cap and gown (if they paid the $40) and any graduation or spirit wear that was ordered. The … Continue reading

Graduations held virtually and in person

AB Ellis Public School in Espanola has joined its peers across Ontario in celebrating graduation virtually but also in person following COVID-19 guidelines. Yesterday, graduates and their families arrived at designated times for official photographs and the presentation of gifts … Continue reading

Espanola High School students design mobile clinic for local hospital

Construction Technology students at Espanola High School are putting their skills to the test by designing a mobile clinic for the Espanola Regional Hospital & Health Centre. Teacher Gabe Keresztesi was looking for a way to involve his students in … Continue reading

Several Algoma school trustees named to provincial board

A trustee with a local school board will represent Indigenous interests on a provincial board. The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association announced at its annual general meeting this week that Elaine Johnston of Serpent River First Nation has been selected … Continue reading

CSC Nouvelon to celebrate its 400 secondary school graduating students

Some 400 students from the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon’s ten secondary schools will be celebrated on June 16, 17, 22, 24, 28 and 29, 2021. In order to protect the health and wellbeing of students and staff, the secondary schools … Continue reading

Students from Rainbow Schools participate in Canada-Wide Science Fair

Three students from Rainbow Schools will showcase their scientific discoveries at the Canada-Wide Science Fair to be held online from May 17 to 21, 2021. Kerry Yang, Edward Xiong and Annika Matusch earned the privilege of competing nationally by capturing … Continue reading

École catholique La Renaissance Principal recognized for her leadership and contribution to the community

Ms. Lynn MacLean, Principal of École catholique La Renaissance (Espanola), was recently awarded a School and Community Leadership Award from the Association des directions et des directions adjointes des Ă©coles franco-ontariennes (ADFO) (Association of Principals and Vice-Principals of Franco-Ontarian Schools) … Continue reading

Schools celebrate Music Monday by bringing students together while safely apart

Secondary music teachers in Rainbow Schools have come up with an innovative way to celebrate Music Monday by bringing students together while safely apart. Lasalle Secondary School, Lockerby Composite School, Manitoulin Secondary School and Sudbury Secondary School have joined forces … Continue reading