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Posted on: Apr 11 9:13am
Fort Frances High School, J.W. Walker School, and Robert Moore School have teamed up to present a “Family Well-Being Night.” It will take place tomorrow (April 12) from 6-8 p.m. at Fort High. The purpose is to increase awareness surrounding local service providers and the mental health and wellness supports they can offer. Click on the link to read the article in last week's Fort Frances Times.
Posted on: Apr 10 1:21pm
Sturgeon Creek School's Math and Mental Health Night was a huge success! The school had booths ranging from the Northwestern Health Unit, Weechi-it-te-win, Child and Family Services, and the Métis Nation of Ontario to a mini-curling game led by the 2017 mixed Canadian curling champions Trevor Bonot and Jackie McCormick.
Posted on: Apr 10 12:28pm
Sixteen Fort Frances High School students in the Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) program participated in a highly-engaging and exciting Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (ICE) exercise on March 31 to come up with ideas as to what they would like to see included in the square, which is expected to be built by Aug. 1 where the former Rainy Lake Hotel once stood.
Posted on: Apr 10 11:31am
Students at North Star Community School entertained family and community members with singing, dancing, magic and gymnastics during their Student Talent Show on March 30. Such a wide variety of student strengths were showcased. We are very proud of their accomplishments.
Posted on: Apr 6 3:34pm
The Rainy River District School Board and Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities (Jumpstart) are pleased to announce their new partnership, with RRDSB joining the Fort Frances Jumpstart Chapter as a Community Partner. Jumpstart is a National Charity that helps kids from families in financial need participate in organized sport and physical activity by assisting with the cost of registration, equipment, and/ or transportation.
Posted on: Apr 6 12:05pm
The "Recognition of Excellence" was presented to students from J.W. Walker School at the April 4, 2017 Board meeting for their success with second languages. All Grade 4 to 6 students at the school participate in either the Ojibwe second language program or the core French program. Check out the article published in the April 12, 2017 edition of the Fort Frances Times.
Posted on: Apr 4 3:46pm
The Sunset Country Regional Science Fair was held Saturday, April 1, 2017 at Fort Frances High School, with students from both the Rainy River District School Board and Keewatin Patricia District School Board taking part. The winners in the junior division were: 1st. Angelina Nylund (KPDSB) UV Protection; 2nd. Chloe Dolyny and Monika Ruppenstein (RRDSB) Pearly Whites or Dark as Night?; and 3rd. Sullivan Wright (KPDSB) The Insulation Challenge. The winners in the senior division were: 1st. Angie Redford and Anna Schwartz (RRDSB) A "Major" Experiment with "Minor" Results; 2nd. Kolten Gagne (KPDSB) How Loud is Too Loud?; and 3rd. Sabrina Blais (KPDSB) What Do You See? The winners from the senior division will attend the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Regina in May. Congratulations to everyone who participated!
Posted on: Mar 31 11:41am
March Break for students in the Fort High senior band may have been a break from the classroom but it wasn't one from learning. The students enjoyed a trip to Cuba, but FFHS music teacher and band director Lisa Loney made sure it was no ordinary beach vacation. Click the link below to read the articles from the Westend Weekly and Fort Frances Times.
Posted on: Mar 30 1:43pm
Congratulations to all the students in the Board who competed in the "Quest for Knowledge" in Rainy River First Nations on Tuesday, especially the junior team from Crossroads and both the junior and senior teams from Robert Moore who placed in the top three. The friendly competition, sponsored by Seven Generations Education Institute, brings communities, educators and students together to celebrate the rich culture and language of the Anishinaabeg in the area while promoting and commending academic achievement. In the junior division, St. Francis School earned first place, followed by Crossroads School in second, and Robert Moore School in third, while in the senior division, St. Francis again captured first, followed by Robert Moore School in second and Our Lady of the Way School in third. The event has run each year for the past 16 years with more than 1,500 students in Grades 5-8 having taken part in the event.
Posted on: Mar 17 4:01pm
McCrosson-Tovell School hosted a Festival du Voyageur Day for the JK-Grade 4 Riverview and McCrosson-Tovell students last Friday, with students participating in a variety of activities.