By: Astra Vainio-Mattila The IB class of 2022 has recently completed their culminating tasks for the new and improved Theory of Knowledge course, and there’s no better way than this exhibition to see how much they have improved over the course of the past month. Theory of Knowledge is a course which is mandatory for […]
By Reese Rowley Communication has changed a lot since Covid. So, my friends and I have found ways to keep in touch. When the lock down began I found myself using Text and Facetime. As the lockdown extended, we started to communicate and hang out through various apps and gaming together. I learned how to […]
By: Manoela Galhardo I am staying connected because my family lives in Brazil, so it is difficult for us to visit or talk to them, both from a distance and having to pay for plane tickets every time we go to visit, especially with the COVID-19, that makes it all very dangerous. So, to be […]
Made by Oliva McVeety and Danica Lavoie ——————————————————— We understand that during this time, people have been missing their friends and loved ones. So, this is why we are writing this article to tell you some tips on how you can safely visit people while still following the COVID-19 guidelines. (We would like to inform […]
F.J. McElligott Secondary School recently participated in the Motive Power: Universal Skills Initiative. This project is designed to inspire young women to view apprenticeship as a viable pathway and to explore several skilled trades in the motive power sector including Automotive Service Technician and Truck & Coach Technician.
**NNDSB Note: This article was written by Emma Dupuis, a grade 12 student at F.J. McElligott Secondary School** By Emma Dupuis Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, grade 8 students from all four local school boards had the opportunity to grow their knowledge in the culinary field through a synchronous ‘Chef for a Day’ event, held by the […]