news release

Jeunesse-Nord student shines at the “Quand ça nous chante” music festival

February 25, 2014

High school musicians from the Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) had the experience of a lifetime at the 11th annual “Quand ça nous chante” music festival. Some 385 up-and-coming musicians from 41 Ontario francophone secondary schools took part in this gathering which took place from February 20 to 23 in Sudbury.

Collège Notre-Dame students reach $675,000 in donations to the Northern Cancer Research Foundation

February 25, 2014

Sudbury’s Collège Notre-Dame (CND) recently launched its 26th annual fundraising campaign in support of the Northern Cancer Research Foundation. With more than 400 students taking part in the February 22 annual door-to-door blitz across Greater Sudbury, the CND was able to raise $26,000. Including this most recent donation, total funds raised by Collège Notre-Dame during the last 26 years has reached $675,000.

Olympic themed activity to take place at École Alliance St-Joseph

February 21, 2014

Olympic themed activity to take place at École Alliance St-Joseph

 

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Olympic theme activity at École Alliance St-Joseph

Media representatives are cordially invited to attend an Olympic themed day of activities offered to students at Chelmsford’s École Alliance St-Joseph. During this activity, students will take part in Wii games, play bingo (with Olympic symbols) and take part in dance activities. Students will also make bracelets that will include the colours of the five Olympic rings. This activity is part of a fund-raising initiative lead by the school this year in support of Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer (NOFCC)

Wawa’s École Saint-Joseph Chevaliers claims a second volleyball championship

February 21, 2014

The month of February has been a very special one for Wawa’s École Saint-Joseph Chevaliers senior girls’ volleyball team. After competing in the Franco-Ontarian Volleyball Championship in Whitby where they finished in the top eight, the Chevaliers returned to Wawa on February 11. The following day, the girls from É.s.c. Saint-Joseph resumed activities to face the Manitouwadge Secondary School Wolverines in Manitouwadge in a tie-breaker to determine who would advance to the North Shore Secondary School Athletic Association (NSSSAA) finals. The Chevaliers upset their rivals in three very exciting sets.