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FOOD DRIVE CLASSROOM CHALLENGE AT MPS

FOOD DRIVE CLASSROOM CHALLENGE AT MPS

Life At Manitouwadge Public School MANITOUWADGE, ON – Wow again to Manitouwadge Public School Students!!!!  Like so many times in the past, our students have stepped up to  help their community.   They ran a food drive classroom challenge for two weeks and this picture show you just how [Read more]

Pic Mobert Actor Returns To Northshore

Pic Mobert Actor Returns To Northshore

**Scroll down for a video interview with actor Meegwun Fairbrother who, as the son of a teacher, lived in many Northern Ontario communities including nearby Pic Mobert First Nation and Thunder Bay, Ontario. Photos/interview by Karina Hunter Manitouwadge Teachers Bring Arts Alive With Touring [Read more]

Recognizing Outstanding Ontario Summer Students

Recognizing Outstanding Ontario Summer Students

November 19, 2010 McGuinty Government Supports Young Employees’ Education Forty students have been recognized as outstanding summer employees in Ontario Parks receiving educational bursaries. The Ontario Parks Partners Bursary Awards recognize excellence and leadership in student employees [Read more]

Recognizing Outstanding Commitment To Bullying Prevention

Recognizing Outstanding Commitment To Bullying Prevention

McGuinty Government Introduces New Premier’s Safe Schools Awards Safe schools teams across Ontario will be recognized for standing up against bullying in their schools.   The annual Premier’s Safe Schools Awards will recognize up to 10 teams that have done exceptional and innovative [Read more]

Margaret Twomey Public Newsletter & Upcoming Events

Margaret Twomey Public Newsletter & Upcoming Events

 Pizza Hut Reading Program The  program  has started and calendars should be returned to  the  school at the end  of  the  month.  Please take some time to read with your children and/or have them read to you.  School Council Meeting Next Meeting, Dec.1 7pm Are you interested in knowing [Read more]

Police And Province Team Up To Help At-Risk Youth

Police And Province Team Up To Help At-Risk Youth

McGuinty Government Making Schools Safer For Students Ontario schools and police services are partnering up to make schools safer by reducing the number of students engaging in bullying and violence. Police services across the province were invited to apply to the Safe Schools Grants program and [Read more]

Children’s Activity Tax Credit Passes

Children’s Activity Tax Credit Passes

McGuinty Government’s New Tax Credit To Benefit More Than A Million Families From music and painting to sports and dance, Ontario families will now be able to get a tax credit for enrolling their children in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. With the new, permanent Children’s [Read more]

Reader’s Roost Remembrance Craft

Reader’s Roost Remembrance Craft

SCHREIBER, ON – The Readers’ Roost is a weekly program, Wednesdays from 3:30pm – 4:30 pm, at  the Schreiber Public Library.  Participants, 6-11 years of age, are introduced to concepts of reading and comprehrension while making new friends and enjoying activities like [Read more]

Supporting Brain Research

Supporting Brain Research

McGuinty Government Supports Better Health Care, Life Science Jobs [Read more]

Holy Angels School Remembers

Holy Angels School Remembers

Photos/article by Sylvia Speziale SCHREIBER, ON – Friday November 5th students, staff, and parents of Holy Angels School gathered together for prayer and reflection on past and present day warfare, and the soldiers that have sacrificed their own safety for our freedom.  A special song [Read more]

Supporting Safe Schools In Ontario

Supporting Safe Schools In Ontario

November 15, 2010 McGuinty Government Launches Bullying Awareness And Prevention Week Ontario has designated the third week of every November as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.  The week is a valuable opportunity to raise awareness of bullying-related issues and make a difference in school [Read more]

Holy Angels Fall Fest 2010

Holy Angels Fall Fest 2010

  SCHREIBER, ON – Friday, October 29th, Holy Angels Grade 7/8 class held their Annual Fall Fest.  This year the students were invited to dress up as their favourite person, their costumes were  amazing!  In the morning the Grades JK-2 participated and the Gr. 3 -6 participated in the [Read more]

Grand Opening Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre

Grand Opening Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre

Scroll down for video interview with Liz Michano, Economic Development Director, Pic River First Nation. PIC RIVER FIRST NATION, ON – Friday, November 12th, dignitaries and residents gathered for the Grand Opening of the Pic River Employment and Business Training Centre. In addition to Pic [Read more]

Confederation College and Matawa First Nations Sign MOU

Confederation College and Matawa First Nations Sign MOU

(November, 15 2010) – Confederation College and the Matawa First Nations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today.  This MOU outlines the terms of affiliation between Matawa and Confederation and is meant to forge a formal relationship between both parties.  Matawa First [Read more]

Honouring Outstanding Employers

Honouring Outstanding Employers

November 12, 2010 McGuinty Government Honours Employers For Apprenticeship Training Four Ontario employers have been honoured, selected from 16 nominees, to receive a Minister’s Apprenticeship Employer Recognition Award for their exceptional commitment to apprenticeship training. The annual [Read more]

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