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Black History Month 2021
02/01/2021
Every February, people in Canada are invited to participate in Black History Month festivities and events that honour the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities. The 2021 theme for Black History Month is: "The Future is Now". "Read More" for links to videos, information, and resources.
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Save the Date - 21st Annual Carousel Evening
01/12/2021
NPSC's Special Education Advisory and Parent Involvement Committees welcome you to join them on Wednesday, March 24 at 7:00 p.m. for their 21st Annual Carousel Evening. This free virtual event will feature keynote speaker Michael Jacques and his presentation "It's My Future....How Do I Get There?". Stay tuned for more details, including how to register!
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Letter to St. Theresa School Community
02/25/2021
We have been advised by the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit (Health Unit) that a member from the St. Theresa School community has tested positive for Covid-19. Through case management and contact tracing, the Health Unit determined that there is no risk to the school community, as the individual was not on premises during their infectious period. The individual and all household members are currently self-isolating. "Read more" for more information.
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Revised School and Child Care Screener and Updated Health and Safety Measures
02/21/2021
The Ontario government is committed to student learning and the safety and well-being of all staff and students. Due to the recent emergence of COVID-19 variants of concern in Ontario, new safety measures have been added in Ontario schools and child care centres to keep students, children, and staff safe. As such, the Ministry of Education has provided school boards with updated guidance that builds upon a number of public health and safety measures. Please 'read more' for further details.
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Statement from the Ministry of Education – March Break Postponed
02/11/2021
The Ministry of Education has postponed March Break until April in an effort to mitigate transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The new dates are April 12-16, 2021. Please "read more" for a link to the statement.
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Additional Safety Measures for Ontario Schools
01/13/2021
As you are aware, the Province of Ontario has announced a second state of emergency effective Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021. A reminder that all Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board schools will remain open for in-person learning during this time. Please click 'read more' for more information regarding additional health and safety protocols that will be occurring in our schools.
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Student Success and Well-Being
01/04/2021
Student success and well-being are important. If you are the parent of a student or you yourself are a student who is struggling or feeling unable to cope, please be aware there are many ways to seek help, including the many supports offered by the Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board Mental Health Team.
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Support Catholic Education

Catholic education has been an integral part of Ontario’s history for more than 160 years. As a vital component of the province’s publicly funded education system, Catholic schools educate nearly 600,000 students each year. Learn more about supporting Catholic Education here.

The Ontario Catholic School Trustee Association (OCSTA) has launched a campaign to strengthen the support for Catholic Education in Ontario, called Together in Faith. NPSC invites you to learn more about this campaign at www.togetherinfaith.ca and consider signing your name to show your support.


 

Student Opportunities

SJSH is proud to offer Advanced Placement opportunities to students.

Building on our tradition of educating well-rounded, competitive students who excel upon graduation in both the community and the job market, SJSH is pleased to provide our students and future community leaders with the opportunity to participate in Advanced Placement (AP) courses.

For more information visit the sjsh website or contact the Guidance Department at (705) 494-8600 ext 40234 or edmundsw@npsc.ca.

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