NNDSB - Educating Learners to their Fullest Potential
The municipal election will be held on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. The following guidelines are designed to assist school administrators, current trustees and candidates during the months leading up to the municipal elections. Role of current trustees Current trustees are still serving out the end of their term of office and continue to fulfill their […]
The Nipissing Parry Sound Student Transportation Services website has been updated with busing information for the 2018-2019 school year. To obtain information on student bus routes and times please log on with the students OEN number under the Student Login tab on the Nipissing Parry Sound Student Transportation Services. The OEN number can be located […]
Thank you to all the parents and caregivers who participated in the 2018 Kindergarten Parent Survey. The ten winners of a $50 gift card have been contacted. The information gathered will assist community organizations and school boards to better tailor community programs and services and reduce barriers to access. A report to the community will […]
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
The REEL Writers program is an NNDSB 3-week summer film camp that offers students in grades 5 to 8 engaging, creative and collaborative learning experiences through scriptwriting, photography, and cinematography. REEL Writers East, which is held at Almaguin Highlands Secondary School this July, is hosting a film festival to showcase their learning and their finished films. […]
Madelyn Meighan knows what it’s like to write Ontario’s standardized tests, and all the stress, confusion and anxiety that can come with them. Now, she’s got a chance to help make them better for students across the province.
Woodland Public School is celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with two educational and interactive events on June 11 and June 15, 2018. On Monday, June 11th, Woodland Public School hosted its second annual Woodland Teaching and Learning Powwow under the guidance of Aanmitaagzi, a company based in Nipissing First Nation, led by Sid Bobb and Penny Couchie […]
There are no upcoming events at this time.