Board Meeting March 10, 2015
LEADERSHIP CAMP FOR FIRST NATION, METIS & INUIT STUDENTS
For four days in February, seven Grade 8 to 10 First Nation, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) students from the Algoma District School Board attended the FNMI Leadership Camp held at the Tim Horton Memorial Camp in Parry Sound. Cecilia a student from East View and Lawrence (pictured at right) from White Pines attended the meeting and shared their thoughts on the experience with the Board of Trustees, along with their teacher chaperone Mr. Serge Pietramale. (READ MORE)
7 / 8 PROGRAMMING IN A 7-12 SCHOOL SETTING The Algoma District School Board 7/8 Intermediate program has continued to thrive and now has multiple Grade 7 and 8 classrooms in
each of four 7-12 schools including CASS, Korah, Superior Heights and White Pines. Vice Principals from the four schools shared highlights of the program with Trustees. (READ MORE)
ADSB STUDENTS SIT ON PLANNING COMMITTMEE FOR UPCOMING YOUTH EMPOWERMENT EVENT!
Inspired by worldwide WeDay events, Algoma District School Board, along with a group of dedicated community partners, will host Sault Ste. Marie’s first WeDay-style youth empowerment event called Youthesoo on Thursday May 14th at the Essar Centre. (READ MORE)
Pictured left, ADSB Student Trustees Maya Werner (CASS) and Madison MacLachlon (Superior Heights) are interviewed by media about Youthesoo.
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