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St. Luke Student Secures Spot In Canadian History Youth Forum

St. Luke Student Secures Spot In Canadian History Youth Forum

Congratulations to St. Luke student, Alexandra Dech, who is headed to Ottawa to represent Ontario in Canada's History Youth Forum this October. Alexandra secured her spot after competing in the National Young Citizen’s Filmmaker Challenge last June. Thank you to everyone who watched, voted and helped spread the word about Alexandra's video. Looking forward to hearing more about this fantastic opportunity!

  • Posted: Sep 12

Learning Co-op Celebrates International Literacy Day

Learning Co-op Celebrates International Literacy Day

Students in the Learning Co-op program at the Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board celebrated International Literacy Day through a series of engaging activities and group work, focused on this year’s theme: Living in a Digital World. International Literacy Day is an initiative developed by the United Nations to highlight the importance of literacy and to help raise awareness about modern challenges facing literacy education.

OHIP Beginning January 2018

OHIP Beginning January 2018

Starting January 1, 2018, anyone 24 years old or younger will be able to get their prescription medications for free. Coverage will be automatic, with no upfront costs. To learn more about the new OHIP+ coverage see the fact sheet below.

Spotlight on Change

Spotlight on Change

The Learning Co-op is offering a new workshop to help women 40 and over increase their essential skills and build their employability skills. The workshop is designed to help learners gain a clearer understanding of the job she wants and how she can get it, given her skills, interests, and life situation.

If you or someone you know would like to register contact Monica at (705) 472-7771 or email marierm@npsc.ca.

SJSH Supporting Local Food Bank

SJSH Supporting Local Food Bank

St. Joseph-Scollard Hall (SJSH) will be holding its annual Fall Food Drive on Thursday, September 21st from 5pm until 8pm. SJSH students will be going door to door to collect food in support of the North Bay Food Bank. Students will be canvassing West Ferris between Judge Ave. and the water treatment facility; the downtown core from the overpass to High St.; from Oak St. to the bypass; and the section along Trout Lake Road from the bypass to Connaught (including Kingsway, Alexander, Laurentian, and McKay).

SJSH Recognized as Ontario EcoSchool

SJSH Recognized as Ontario EcoSchool

Congratulations to St. Joseph-Scollard Hall who successfully completed a year-long application process to become a certified Gold-Level Ontario EcoSchoolThe S.O.L.E. (S.J.S.H., Outdoor, Leadership, and Environmental Studies) Program, taught by Terry Dubroy, the Science Club, co-led by teacher Jackie Laberge and several staff members took a leadership role in the Ontario EcoSchool application process. 

  • Posted: Jun 13

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SJSH Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

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SJSH AP courses offer many benefits to students, including the opportunity to earn a University credit. Contact edmundsw@npsc.ca for more information.

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