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Posted on: Mar 7 11:15am
The Rainy River District School Board last month approved the move of Grade 7-8 students to Fort Frances High School to address over-capacity at the west-end elementary school.
Posted on: Mar 3 12:38pm
The Rainy River District School Board is pleased to announce that it ratified an agreement with Local 65 Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) at the March 1, 2016 Regular Board Meeting. CUPE Local 65, representing approximately 60 casual and 70 permanent local CUPE members, ratified the tentative agreement on February 25, 2016.
Posted on: Mar 2 11:02am
At the March 2016 meeting of the RRDSB, the Board presented its monthly Recognition of Excellence to Donald Young School, Sturgeon Creek Alternative Program and Sturgeon Creek School.
Posted on: Feb 26 12:21pm
The Rainy River District School Board and Seven Generations Education Institute celebrated the grand-opening of a welding program facility, featuring 12 new welding booths, at Fort Frances High School last week.
Posted on: Feb 19 3:48pm
Researchers from the University of Toronto met last week with local teachers who have been involved in the Math for Young Children (M4YC) project to share their findings from the past two years.
Posted on: Feb 16 11:56am
The Rainy River District School Board and Seven Generations Education Institute will celebrate their grand opening of a Welding Program facility, featuring 12 welding booths located within Fort Frances High School.
Posted on: Feb 12 3:19pm
Walker School Grades 7 and 8 students are moving to Fort Frances High School to address the overcapacity issue at J.W. Walker School, effective August 29, 2016. School Board Administration will be scheduling meetings throughout the upcoming months for J.W. Walker School parents, students, and staff of both schools to dialogue and prepare for this transition.
Posted on: Feb 12 3:07pm
A project to build a new classroom wing at Donald Young School in Emo has been re-tendered.
Posted on: Feb 5 4:04pm
This year, the students and staff at Sturgeon Creek School invited family and friends to attend their special day on Jan. 28, 2016, which featured many special guests and “Royal Readers” who read to the various classes during the day.
Posted on: Jan 27 3:03pm
Atikokan High School (AHS) student Marla Larson spent three weeks on a humanitarian trip to the South American country of Ecuador. Between August 11 and September 1, 2015, the experience took her from the clouds high in the Andes Mountains to the basin of the Amazon River, miles below.