Appointment of School Principals and Vice-Principals

August 16, 2017

As the school year 2017-2018 is fast approaching, the Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) wishes to announce the following principals and vice-principals appointments, effective August 21, 2017.

Name Position Catholic School
Mireille Miron Vice-Principal Collège Notre-Dame (Sudbury)
Raymond Joanisse Interim Principal École Alliance St-Joseph (Chelmsford)
Alain Girouard Vice-Principal École Félix-Ricard (Sudbury)
École St-Augustin (Garson)
Marie Soleil Beites
Tina Dépatie
Vice-Principal (100%)
Vice-Principal (20%)
École Jean-Paul II (Val Caron)
Philippe Lacroix Interim Principal École St-Joseph (Dubreuilville)
Annik Ledo-Thériault Vice-Principal École Saint-Joseph (Espanola)
Pascale Drouin Vice-Principal ÉSC l’Horizon (Val Caron)

Collège Notre-Dame student to benefit from a professional artistic experience in Granby, Québec

July 26, 2017

Maxime Lemieux Maxine Lemieux, a grade 12 student at Collège Notre-Dame in Sudbury, will be among the two dozen Francophone students from across the country taking part in the “Jamais trop tôt” competition. This contest, to be presented as part of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby (Granby International Music Festival), will take place in Granby, Québec. During five days, this 16-year-old artist will have received professional musical and artistic training to help her sharpen her artistic talents. The training will be completed on August 23, when Maxine will perform on stage during a professional concert featuring up-and-coming artists.

A summer camp with great appeal to young basketball players

July 12, 2017

As in past years, young basketball enthusiasts from the Greater Sudbury are able to fine-tune their sports skills during the Franco Basket Camp organized by the Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO). Some 50 children between the ages 8 to 13 years are taking part in this camp, from Monday, July 10, to Friday, July 14, at Collège Notre-Dame, located at 100 Lévis St, in Sudbury.

CSCNO students to represent Ontario at the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne

July 5, 2017

Six Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) students will wear Ontario colours at the upcoming Jeux de la francophonie canadienne (Canadian Francophone Games). Some 1,200 students from the 13 Canadian provinces and territories will compete in the Games that are being held in Moncton (New Brunswick) from July 11 to 15. The Canadian Francophone Games are among the largest gatherings of Francophone youth in Canada. In addition to encouraging hundreds of youngsters between the ages of 13 and 18 to exercise their talents in the fields of art, leadership and sports, the Francophone Games will showcase cultural pride, self-confidence and leadership abilities in a friendly competitive setting.