Schools

September 15: Rainbow Schools Wear Pink on Stand Up Against Bullying Day

By Rosalind Russell – Staff and students in Rainbow Schools wore pink last Thursday, September 15, 2022 as Rainbow District School Board marks a milestone with this back-to-school tradition.“It’s been 15 years since we have recognized Stand Up Against Bullying Day at the start … Continue reading

New student leaders at ÉSC Jeunesse-Nord

By Rosalind Russell- As in past years, student leaders will continue to make a difference at École Secondaire Catholic Jeunesse-Nord in Blind River.  Board publicist Paul de la Riva says in addition to her duties as CSC Nouvelon student trustee … Continue reading

Jump Day welcomes around 100 new students

By Rosalind Russell- Espanola High School’s new principal is pleased to see some 100 new students welcomed to the facility at Jump Day 2022. Melanie Bertrand says it was a pleasure to welcome the students and their families yesterday at … Continue reading

There is still time to register for school

By Rosalind Russell- School starts next week with most boards in the local area and there is still time to register. École catholique La Renaissance in Espanola is one such school offering registration for children of all ages. Board communication … Continue reading

School board trustees election docket

By Rosalind Russell- There is only one race so far for trustee on a local school board. Incumbent trustees Lindsay Liske and Kathleen Rosilius will be joined by newcomer Reginald Simon for the English Catholic school board. Incumbents Marie Murphy … Continue reading

School board fine-tuning Indigenous programming

By Rosalind Russell- The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is continuing to finetune their programs focusing on Indigenous peoples. Sandra Turco, the chair of the board says they support the apology made by Pope Francis and are looking at various … Continue reading

Laurentian University hosts Canadian high school students for Shad Canada

By Rosalind Russell- Sudbury and the North Shore were the focus of several students taking part in Shad Canada’s day program that ran throughout the month of July. Laurentian University coordinator Christina Laforge says the institution is one of 21 … Continue reading

ÉSC La Renaissance graduate recognized for her positive Francophone leadership

The Lynx family is proud to highlight the various facets of a remarkable graduating student, Chloë Paul. Since grade 9, this student has stood out for her academic excellence and active participation in school life at École secondaire catholique La … Continue reading

The CSPGNO honours its employees

The French Public-school board honoured its employees this week. Education director Sebastien Fontaine says the Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario honoured many of its retiring members at their meeting this week. Fontaine thanked the retiring staff members … Continue reading

Algoma District School Board is ready for summer with unique programming

By Rosalind Russell- This summer, Algoma District School Board will provide various programs to meet students differing needs.  Board communication director Fran Walsh says the various programs are being offered both online and in-person across the Algoma District. Walsh says … Continue reading