T.C.I Students on the Path to Wellness

At Teulon Collegiate, we have been actively working on creating a safe and inclusive learning environment.聽 We believe that students need to feel a sense of belonging at school in order to engage in learning opportunities and that these events should focus on inclusionary awareness (cultural, LGBTQ2S+) as part of tolerance and inclusion education. There have been many opportunities provided at T.C.I this school year that encourage belonging, community, and connection, all of which positively impact student well-being. Some of… Read More

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Wellness Goal at Warren Elementary School

As part of ISD鈥檚 Continuous Improvement Plan, Warren Elementary School has been working towards supporting their school-wide wellness goal.聽 As part of their Life Skills program, students have been kept busy keeping up with daily orders for pizza, yogurt parfaits, and veggies and dip.聽 The purchase of reusable parfait cups, plates, and spoons was supported by a sustainability grant. These students help to prepare and organize the food items every day in the canteen kitchen and then do their part… Read More

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2024-2025 Final Budget

The ISD Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the 2024-2025 Final Budget was passed at the regular meeting held on Monday, March 11th. Thank you to all stakeholders who engaged in the budget process and offered input to provide guidance to the Board of Trustees. The ISD Senior Administration Team appreciates the support of the Board for this needs-based budget. We look forward to the positive impact this budget will have on our students, staff, families and communities. Click… Read More

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I Love to Read Month at Grosse Isle School

Throughout the month of February, our students and staff celebrate I Love to Read in some way every day.聽 The tournament of books contenders are decided prior to the start of the month to ensure that both brackets are filled 鈥 and there is a vote held everyday.聽 When daily winners are announced, you can hear the cheers and groans and the number of competitors lessen.聽 Some highlights of the month include our Reading Campout, where tents, cots, sleeping bags… Read More

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Celebration of Learning at 脡cole Stonewall Centennial School

脡cole Stonewall Centennial School held its first Celebration of Learning on February 22nd.聽 It was a huge success with over 250 students attending with their families. Students had a chance to take their families on a tour of our school.聽 They participated in a variety of educational activities throughout the school including their classrooms, the gym, the music room, and the Home ec room.聽 Students shared their school work and visited with their child’s teachers.聽 Additionally, all students created Indigenous… Read More

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Multi-Modal Learning: Boosting Literacy and Numeracy learning at Rosser Elementary School

Establishing a solid foundation of early literacy and numeracy skills is a critical part of the work that we do at Rosser Elementary School. There are many ways to foster the letter name identification, letter-sound connection and blending (or 鈥渟ounding out鈥) skills that have been shown to support reading success. These learning experiences are strengthened by intentionally weaving multiple modalities into the activity. If an activity can include seeing, hearing, feeling and speaking, the pathways in the brain connecting that… Read More

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Literacy and Numeracy Goals at Brant-Argyle School

At Brant-Argyle, our North room (grades 6/7/8) is combining Literacy and Numeracy goals through project-based learning. These goals include promoting engagement in writing, improving writing skills, building communication skills and connecting our numeracy learning with real world scenarios. The North class students are engaged in a 鈥淐lassroom Equity鈥 project. As part of this project, they have written resumes and cover letters, participated in an interview for a classroom job and have gone through the hiring process for the job. The… Read More

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Stony Mountain School – Leadership Team

At the beginning of each school year Stony Mountain School offer the students in Grades 5 & 6 the opportunity to be involved in a what we call a Leadership Team, combining Social Justice and MY Voice groups together. Led by Ms. Bartholomew, this group started meeting regularly during breaks and has developed, through conversation and planning, an identity. With the identity defined, they develop an action plan. Over the past few years the leadership team has generously chosen to… Read More

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Fostering Well-Being at 脡RWBBS

A major focus for our school this year is centred around establishing an inclusive and culturally safe environment, that is rooted in individual and collective well-being. In planning the strategies we would use to move toward this goal, our school considered the Indigenous Education Policy Framework document, Mam谩htawisiwin: The Wonder We are Born With, as well as the self-regulation and social development programs, Zones of Regulation and We Thinkers. Together, the principles and teachings of these works are being used… Read More

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