CSCNO students to discover the richness of the Métis and First Nations cultures

February 16, 2017

From February 21 to 23, students from three Conseil scolaire du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) elementary schools in Greater Sudbury will interact with the Algonquin and Métis Elder from Northern Ontario, Marcel Labelle, in a learning activity that will enable both students and teaching staff to benefit by discovering the bounty of Métis and First Nations cultures. Members of the media are invited to attend.

CSCNO secondary school students shine at the “Quand ça nous chante” music festival

February 15, 2017

Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) high school musicians had the experience of a lifetime at the 14th annual “Quand ça nous chante” music festival. Some 270 up-and-coming musicians from more than 30 Ontario Catholic and public francophone secondary schools took part in this gathering, which took place from February 9 to 12 in Rockland.

Students from Alliance St-Joseph and Ste-Marie win gold and bronze at the regional Elementary Cardboard Boat Race competition

Feburary 3, 2017

On January 26, students from Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) schools stood out at the North-Eastern Ontario Regional Elementary Cardboard Boat Race competition for elementary schools. Some 30 teams from various Northern Ontario communities met in Espanola to measure their ingenuity. École Alliance St-Joseph (Chelmsford) students were dominant as they won the gold medal while the team from École Ste-Marie (Azilda) claimed the bronze medal.

ESC Franco-Ouest and École Saint-Joseph students to take part in the “Push to End Youth Homelessness” event in Espanola

January 16, 2017

On Thursday, January 19, Espanola students from École secondaire catholique Franco-Ouest, École Saint-Joseph and Sacred Heart School will offer a warm welcome Joe Roberts, a former homeless youth and current entrepreneur, who will be pushing a shopping cart (a symbol of chronic homelessness) through the streets of Espanola. This stop is just one of many in the Joe Roberts 9,000 kilometre, 517-day “Push for Change” trek across Canada initiative for raising awareness and funds to help end youth homelessness.