Posts Tagged ‘high school’

Lakehead’s Fall Orientation helps students transition to university

Lakehead’s Fall Orientation helps students transition to university

THUNDER BAY, ON – It’s not too late to apply to Lakehead University – applications will be accepted for most programs until the first week of September. If you are accepted, the Thunderwolves Howl! Fall Orientation will welcome you and other new students to Lakehead University and [Read more]

Northern Ontario High School Students in Forum for Young Canadians

Northern Ontario High School Students in Forum for Young Canadians

Forum Participation Connects Young Canadians with Politics says Hughes Ottawa – Participants in the Forum for Young Canadians program leave Ottawa with insight into how our political processes work which helps create politically literate communities across the county, according to [Read more]

Lake Superior High Stingers Brave Nasty Weather For A Great Local Cause

Lake Superior High Stingers Brave Nasty Weather For A Great Local Cause

TERRACE BAY, ON – Despite Mother Nature working against us, the Lake Superior High School Stingers were out in full force on Halloween night collecting money for the Furget-Me -Not Animal Shelter. Our dedicated volunteers went door to door collecting funds for our local animal shelter. The [Read more]

13th Annual Radio-Chaud Incl. Marathon, Dubreuilville and Longlac Competitors (among others)

13th Annual Radio-Chaud Incl. Marathon, Dubreuilville and Longlac Competitors (among others)

SUDBURY, ON – The Conseil Scolaire Public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO)’s 13th Radio-Chaud Music Contest is heating up and the grande finale concert on May 28th is rapidly approaching. Radio-Chaud aims to foster talent and stimulate creativity among secondary students by [Read more]

OSSTF Recognizes Educational Support Staff Workers

OSSTF Recognizes Educational Support Staff Workers

RED ROCK, ON – On May 6, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation in District 6B – Superior North joins with others across Ontario to celebrate the contribution of educational support staff workers to the education of Superior North students as part of Education Week, said Bernard [Read more]

Letter to the Editor: Seeking MHS Graduates

Letter to the Editor: Seeking MHS Graduates

Manitouwadge High School Graduates: Where Are They Now? My name is Caroline Goulding and I need your help!  I’ve been working at the high school for 26 years and have had the pleasure of seeing a great number of students graduate and move on to realize their dream.  Some reached their goal in [Read more]

Superior-Greenstone DSB Participates in Global Hour of Code

Superior-Greenstone DSB Participates in Global Hour of Code

Submitted by Stacey Wallwin, E-Learning Contact SGDSB TERRACE BAY, ON – During the week of December 8-14, Superior-Greenstone District School Board participated in the global Hour of Code event.  25 teachers and over 600 students participated in this global event. To date over 80 152 842 [Read more]

MHS Students Do Some Serious Welding At Confederation College

MHS Students Do Some Serious Welding At Confederation College

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Eleven students from Manitouwadge High School traveled to Thunder Bay last month, to spend a full day in the shops at Confederation College and see the post-secondary opportunities that await them in regards to both education and employment. The students also spent [Read more]

Marathon’s Cité-Supérieure Wins Two Medals In Regional Cardboard Boat Races

Marathon’s Cité-Supérieure Wins Two Medals In Regional Cardboard Boat Races

SUDBURY, ON – Students of École secondaire Cité-Supérieure in Marathon won two medals at the regional Cardboard Boat Races held recently in Thunder Bay. The school’s two teams will move on to the provincial competition to be held on March 5th in Kitchener, Ontario. Known for their speed, [Read more]

Superior-Greenstone DSB Bullying Prevention – November 17-21

Superior-Greenstone DSB Bullying Prevention – November 17-21

MARATHON, ON – Schools throughout the Superior Greenstone District School Board have numerous activities and initiatives planned for November 17-21, 2014 to recognize Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week. The goal of these activities is to encourage and promote respect for everyone while [Read more]

Trick or Treating for a Happy Howloween!

Trick or Treating for a Happy Howloween!

Submitted by Stacey Wallwin, LSHS TERRACE BAY, ON – The annual Lake Superior High School Trick-or-Treat for the Humane Society was another great success. This year the student volunteers were able to raise $1509.54 for the local animal shelter. Funds raised stay within the community and are [Read more]

Increasing French-Language Adult Literacy & Basic Training Programs

Increasing French-Language Adult Literacy & Basic Training Programs

OTTAWA, ON  – A province-wide campaign to promote adult literacy and basic training programs offered in French in Ontario was launched today in Ottawa, by the Coalition ontarienne de formation des adultes (COFA). The Coalition hopes this campaign will encourage potential adult learners to [Read more]

Building a Stronger Postsecondary Education System

Building a Stronger Postsecondary Education System

Strategic Mandate Agreements Highlight Strengths of Colleges, Universities Ontario is moving forward with the transformation of its postsecondary education system by helping institutions build on their individual strengths, ensuring students continue to have access to innovative and affordable [Read more]

St. Martin School 2014 Graduation

St. Martin School 2014 Graduation

TERRACE BAY, ON – Thursday, June 26th the students from St. Martin School celebrated their graduation from Elementary School with a beautiful mass, awards celebration, dinner and dance in “New York, New York”. Tatum Fournier and Olivia Szczepaniak gave a wonderful valedictory address that [Read more]

The Hard Work of Love by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

The Hard Work of Love by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, and [Read more]

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