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JUNE 2019 Superior North Catholic District School Board Newsletter

"At the conclusion of every school year, I try to reflect on our successes and our challenges. I think about what we’ve accomplished and what there is to accomplish. I also think of the responsibility we have as educators. We want to be sure our students receive the best education from teachers who care and principals who lead well. Our senior team has a duty to set an example and support the system to make it all happen. We should always seek to do better, to set the highest standards and reach our collective and individual goals. Every school year is another opportunity to do better, to aim higher. At the end of this school year we are grateful for our students and their accomplishments; the parent community for their support and for our Catholic values which paves the way on our journey forward. I would like to wish you all the very best for summer vacation and look forward to having you back refreshed for a new academic year." - Maria Vasanelli, Director of Education

Kindergarten Graduates
Grade 8 Graduates
The busy month of June passed like a blur at St Brigid Catholic School and culminated with a series of student-led activities, co-hosted by St. Brigid Catholic School and her coterminous sister schools, Nakina Public School and École Notre-Dame-des-Écoles. The St. Brigid Bison led their peers in traditional indigenous summer activities include double-ball and archery, while intermediate students from Nakia Public School organized “Minute-to-Win-It” challenges.
St. Hilary Catholic School had a very busy month of June! Students participated in track and field, the races in Marathon and Science North. The grade 7/8 class visited Confederation College and students in grades 3 to 8 experienced more hands on science with Superior Science! All students also enjoyed their end of the year field trips to Thunder Bay!
On June 21st, the Our Lady of Lourdes Stingers celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day at Pukaskwa National Park. The students visited an Ojibwe camp, hiked nature trails and participated in sand a sculpting contest. Our Kindergarten and grade 8 students celebrating the culmination of their respective classes as they graduated in the final week of school. We would like to wish all our graduates best of luck with their future endeavours!
Many, many thanks to all who helped to make St. Edward Catholic School's production of "Alice in Zombieland" a success!
Submitted by Sister Stephanie Romiti, Faith Formation and Catholicity Coordinator
Submitted by Tracy Bryson, Positive Behaviour Support Lead
Submitted by Michelle Legacy, Attendance Counsellor
Submitted by Peter Kutok and Lena Stahl, SNCDSB Math Leads
Submitted by Colleen Sheriff, Indigenous Education Lead

Check out these fabulous school stories from June:

Submitted by Sarah Clowes, Technology Enabled Learning Teacher Contact
Catholic Education Centre Office Expansion in Terrace Bay, ON

Superior North Catholic School Board is pleased to announce our office expansion which is attached to the St. Martin Catholic School in Terrace Bay, Ontario. Due to the required changes set out by the Accessibility Act, businesses and public sector organizations must be accessible to all and modernization is required for compliance and safety.

Upon completion of the expansion, our office will be fully accessible to all members of the North Shore Communities. We analyzed our requirements for the office and selected the most cost effective and energy efficient solution to meet the needs of our organization.

The project has already started and will be completed by early December of this year. Upon completion, we will be moving out of our facility on Simcoe Plaza.

All Health and Safety concerns have and will continue to be addressed during the construction project, to ensure the safety and well being of the staff and students attending St. Martin Catholic School.

Superior North Catholic School Board is proud to be an integral part of the North Shore and will always strive to better serve our schools.

Wishing our Superior North Catholic School Board students, staff and families a wonderful summer!

"Together We Educate Heart, Mind and Soul."

Save the Date: The Story of HMS Erebus & HMS Terror

Have you ever been fascinated by the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror shipwrecks of the ill-fated Franklin Expedition? On July 18th, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the remarkable story of these wrecks – with a member of Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team!

Time: 7 PM on Thursday, July 18th

Location: Nipigon Community Centre Multi-Purpose Room, 138 Wadsworth St

Cost: Open to the public and free of charge

Credits:

Created with an image by Bessi - "marguerite daisy flower"

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