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Posted on: Jun 21 2:07pm
Students from Atikokan High School's Outers Program returned yesterday from their 12-day spring trip. Family and friends were at Nym Lake to greet them with hugs--and food! While they had some time to catch up and get a bite to eat, they still had to unpack and bring in the canoes before getting on the bus and heading back to the school.
Posted on: Jun 21 9:42am
At the June 19, 2017 Special Board Meeting in Atikokan, the Rainy River District School Board approved the 2017‐2018 balanced budget of $54,148,855, which represents a 3% increase over the 2016-2017 budget.
Posted on: Jun 19 12:05pm
The Rainy River District School Board is pleased to announce that it will receive $5.17 million dollars from the Ministry of Education’s Capital Priorities program to consolidate Rainy River High School and Riverview Public School within a renovated Rainy River High School. The Ministry of Education also approved the Board’s contribution of $4.9 million for the project.
Posted on: Jun 14 4:26pm
Having exceeded their Reading Challenge goal of 4,000 books in 4 days and reading a whopping 6,170 books, students at North Star Community School got a chance to dunk their principal. They had to wait over a month for the weather to be nice enough, but the wait was worth it. On June 7, the students threw a ball at a target to dunk her in the water - and more than 25 students were successful. Mrs. Labossiere paid them all back with a big splash storm at the end. It was a hot day, so the students were thrilled with the chance to cool off!
Posted on: Jun 14 2:44pm
McCrosson-Tovell's Grade 8 graduation ceremony was held on June 8 with three students graduating. Principal Kendall Olsen presented diplomas to Cadence Gibbons, Allison Lemmon, and MacKenzie Whetzel.
Posted on: Jun 14 2:38pm
Rainy River High School students were honoured with for their academic, athletic and co-curricular achievements during an Awards Night last week. Read the article published in the Westend Weekly.
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.

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