Success over the summer
Learning doesn’t stop over the summer!
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ADSB Graduate creates a tool which helps replace jargon with everyday language
Melissa Kargiannakis is an ADSB graduate and the Founder & CEO of skritswap, a company designed to make the internet easier to understand. Where “Google Translate”, changes text to different languages, skritswap adjusts information to different reading levels.
ADSB + ACPI = A New Ontario DELF Centre
We have partnered with the Association canadienne des professionnelles de l’immersion (ACPI) to open a new DELF Centre to support Ontario English language school boards across the province. The new centre is in addition to the existing three centres, as the number of school boards offering DELF to students is increasing.
This is the second year that Grade 12 students in the Algoma District School Board could participate in the DELF exam and the second year we have seen
Success Again for All DELF Students
The ADSB Class of 2018 included Grade 12 French Immersion students who are also celebrating successful completion of the DELF examination.
Celebrating 40 Years of French Programming
This year, ADSB is celebrating 40 years of French programming. It began in September 1978 when the Sault Ste. Marie Board of Education implemented a French Immersion (FI) Program in two of its elementary schools: Cody PS and Queen Elizabeth PS.
Neveah Pine, a Grade 6 student at East View Public School, placed second in Ontario in the Royal Canadian Legion’s annual public speaking contest. The winning speech was about her Jingle Dress. “When I put on my regalia, I feel proud and strong,” said the Garden River First Nation member. “The very act of dancing in this dress creates prayers and healing.”
2nd Place among 1868 competitors
(in the Grades 4-6 category in Ontario)
Korah Intermediate Student Wins Gold at Canada-Wide Science Fair
In May, Shail Giroux, a Grade 8 student at Korah Collegiate’s Intermediate program, made a huge impression at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Ottawa. The competition showcased Canada’s top 500 young scientists who presented their science, technology, engineering and math projects and exhibits.
Students Test Themselves at Various Skills Ontario Competitions
Skills Ontario hosts events to help bring attention to Skilled Trades as a potential career. There is a large need for skilled trades people in a variety of trades.
The number of Grade 12 students who crossed the stage at graduation ceremonies in June 2018.
Nearly 700 Grade 8 students in the Algoma District School Board entered secondary school this September.