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École St-Paul student to compete in the 2018 Canada-Wide Science Fair

May 10, 2018

The high quality of her science project has enabled École St-Paul (Lively) grade 8 student Rochelle Larivière to qualify for the 2018 Canada-Wide Science Fair, which is to be held in Ottawa on May 12-19. Rochelle is one of six Greater Sudbury Students who will be joining Canada’s top 500 young scientists at this national competition. Rochelle will be presenting her “La Phorie à la Pholie” science project, which guaranteed her a spot in the Canada-Wide Science Fair after winning several prizes at the Regional Fair in Sudbury last month.

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ÉSC Champlain receives the Premier's Award for Accepting Schools

May 8, 2018

L’école secondaire catholique Champlain (Chelmsford) received the Premier's Award for Accepting Schools last week. This coveted award recognizes security and tolerance teams from schools throughout the province for their exceptional and innovative work in fostering a secure, inclusive and accepting school environment. This year, 10 Ontario schools received the award based on their initiative, creativity and leadership in promoting a safe, inclusive and accepting school climate. ÉSC Champlain is the only school in Northern Ontario to receive this prestigious award this year.

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CSCNO schools to offer warm welcome to incoming Kindergarten students

May 7, 2018

In the coming weeks, Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) French language Catholic elementary schools will be offering a warm welcome to children who are starting Kindergarten in September 2018 as well as their parents/guardians. All families having registered their children in a French language Catholic school are invited to the “Bienvenue à la maternelle” (Welcome to Kindergarten) event.

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Celebrating 20 years of French Language Catholic Education

Mai 3, 2018

The Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) is celebrating its 20th anniversary of existence during this year’s Catholic Education Week from May 6 to 12. The Catholic Education Week, with this year’s theme “Renewing the Promise,” will highlight the value of a Catholic education offered by the province’s Catholic boards as well as the superior quality of French language education offered by the Francophone Catholic schools. After 20 years of solid work and achievements, Catholic schools truly stand out, which is why more than 70% of Francophone parents choose a Catholic education for their children.