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ÉSC Champlain students excel at Science North’s Science Olympics

November 10, 2017

Students from Chelmsford’s École secondaire catholique Champlain showed exemplary scientific know-how at the 7th annual Science Olympics which was held at Science North on November 1st.  This competition, which promotes scientific knowledge among students, enables teams of grade 9 to 12 students to measure their skills in a series of scientific time-trials events.

Two teams from ÉSC Champlain participated in this year’s competition, a junior and a senior team. The senior team, made up of Isabelle Chevrier, Emily Whynott, Ryan Guse et Francis Beaudry took home the gold medal in the senior division. Meanwhile, the junior team of Vanessa Morris, Danika Aubrey, Sébastien Ménard and Corson Morin-Hannon performed well in the intermediate division, but did not earn themselves a medal this year.Champlain Olympiade Scientifique

Hornepayne Schools Closed on Friday

November 9, 2017

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) and the Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) will be closing their schools in Hornepayne tomorrow due to a planned power outage.

Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School and École Saint Nom de Jésus, which share the same building will be closed.

École St-Paul Student lives an Unforgettable Experience at Queen’s Park

November 9, 2017

École St-Paul (Lively) student Rochelle Larivière recently was privileged to have a unique experience as a Page in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario at Queen’s Park (Toronto) from October 16 to November 2. Rochelle was chosen amongst hundreds of students that applied to the Legislative Assembly Page Program.


Unforgettable Experiences for École secondaire du Sacré-Cœur Students

November 8, 2017

Three students from École secondaire du Sacré-Cœur (Sudbury) had the unique opportunity to live unforgettable experiences, thanks to their membership in the Royal Canadian Army Cadets program. The three students, selected from among their peers, were participants in three meaningful expeditions.