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Posted on: Jun 12 4:22pm
Atikokan High School presented students with academic awards. Click the link to read more from the Atikokan Progress.
Posted on: Jun 12 4:17pm
District school board staff are recommending the high school site be used for a new K-12 school in Atikokan, and that the potential of including "an additional gymnasium/large flexible space that includes a stage" be assessed. Read more in the article published in the Atikokan Progress on June 12.
Posted on: Jun 9 10:55am
Crossroads School, in partnership with Naicatchewenin First Nation, hosted a Fish Fry Finale on June 8 to celebrate the end of the year and 20 years of Crossroads. The evening included a dinner of fresh fish, french fries, salad and dessert. There was a slideshow presentation highlighting years past, as well as baseball, jigging, Bingo, and draws.
Posted on: Jun 8 11:53am
A troupe of eight French Immersion drama students at Fort Frances High School will debut their play today at the Townshend Theatre, with free performances set for 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. “La bataille qui est l'école secondaire," or "The struggle that is high school,” outlines a typical day for a student at Fort High.
Posted on: Jun 8 9:34am
At its June 6, 2017 Board Meeting held at the Education Centre in Fort Frances, the Rainy River District School Board recognized the contributions of two individuals with the Volunteer of the Year award, as well as honoured retirees.
Posted on: Jun 7 4:19pm
After getting its music program up and running earlier this year, the Rainy River High School band performed its first concert there yesterday, with special guests - the Borderland Community Orchestra.
Posted on: Jun 7 4:13pm
The Rainy River District School Board held its last regular meeting of the 2016-17 school year yesterday at the Education Centre here. Trustees voted to approve the Strategic Plans Goals for 2017-22, a required plan that is reviewed annually and provides direction to the board in the coming years.
Posted on: Jun 5 11:57am
The Accommodation Review Committee has reached a 'consensus' on how Atikokan should proceed with a K-12 school, but only over strong objections from two of its ten members. Read the following article published in the Atikokan Progress on June 5, 2017.
Posted on: Jun 2 1:38pm
Almost 40 people attended a community consultation meeting held May 18 at Atikokan High School to hear more detailed information and provide feedback about the potential amalgamation of Atikokan's public schools into one K-12 facility.
Posted on: Jun 2 9:29am
Students participated in an Indigenous Art workshop led by Darryl Big George, a Jingle Dress Teachings workshop led by Abigail Halverson, and a Career Symposium on Wednesday at Rainy River High School in celebration of Indigenous Awareness Week. The week featured several activities, workshops, and speakers, wrapping up today with a Pow Wow.