In recognition of the harm that the Residential School system caused Canada’s Indigenous Peoples’, wear an Orange Shirt on September 30. At Chippewa we recognize this day on Friday September 28 by wearing an orange shirt. To learn more, visit www.orangeshirtday.org.
Students who complete the Chippewa International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma will be provided the equivalent of one full year of university credits to Nipissing University as a result of a recent policy implementation. Under the new rules, students who successfully complete the IB program with at least six subjects, including three at a higher level, with […]
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Please see the SUMMATIVE EVALUATION SCHEDULE for exam schedule information.
Keera Daniel and her pup, Romeo, take in a game at the Arthur Gabor Classic, Saturday, at Chippewa Secondary School. Daniel, a former girls’ basketball player at the school, lost her leg to cancer earlier this year. PJ Wilson/The Nugget
Our Food/Clothing Drive continues until next week. Donations are starting to come in but more is always needed! Makayla and Sarah are boosting their home form scores by bringing in a whole bunch of clothing! Well done.
Both the Junior and Senior Girls’ Volleyball teams captured the Parry Sound Panther Invitational Tournament by going undefeated all day. It was a great day of volleyball and the girls represented Chippewa super well in all areas! Well done champs!
When you meet Abeni Flynn, a Grade 12 student currently pursuing the full IB diploma, you are instantly met with a genuine smile and an authenticity that encourages you to feel at ease. She is a student who finds success through challenges, maintains a positive attitude, and is humble about her accomplishments. She tells us […]
Be the positive change in our community! Raider Aid makes the difference in our communities locally, and internationally. Get involved today! Meetings are every Thursday at lunchtime in Room 259.
Come join us on Wednesday September 26 in the Library safe-space at lunch for the first of Pride Club’s weekly meetings. Pride club is a welcoming community and support system for LGBTQ+ students and allies within Chippewa. Everyone, regardless of sexuality or gender expression, is welcome!