September 3, 2021
CSPGNO ready for the next school year
It is with great anticipation and excitement that the Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario will be welcoming its students to the next school year.
COVID-19 has brought about many changes in the world of education and the CSPGNO team continues to demonstrate innovation, solidarity and ingenuity. Despite the ongoing changes, CSPGNO has made every effort to ensure a smooth return to learning for each student in an environment that is familiar, safe and meets public health requirements.
Several hygiene and prevention measures continue to be in place. Masks continue to be mandatory in all CSPGNO schools. All students and staff will be required to wear a non-medical or cloth mask indoors in the school, in the hallways and in the classroom. Students will be able to remove their masks when outdoors. Physical distancing, practicing good hand hygiene, and reinforcing cleaning and disinfecting will continue to be reinforced within each school.
In addition, the Board will limit the number of visitors to its schools. Arrival and departure procedures will also be maintained at each school to maintain physical distance as much as possible.
CSPGNO offers a variety of programs, services and initiatives that not only instill student wellness, but also language and cultural pride. The CSPGNO team is committed and professional and works towards a common cause: the students. At CSPGNO, the well-being of our students is one of our highest priorities, ensuring that every child who walks through the doors of one of our schools has the most enriching experience possible so that he or she can succeed and assume his or her place as a citizen of the world.
CSPGNO is a model of success. It is growing in size and enrolment because it meets the needs of parents who want a French-language public education for their children in an environment that inspires innovation, modernization, success and human values.
The Board wishes to remind parents that it is still possible to register their child in a CSPGNO school. For more information on the programs and services offered at CSPGNO, please visit www.cspgno.ca or contact CSPGNO at 705 671-1533.
Recognized for its innovation and openness to the world, CSPGNO offers the highest quality French language public education in fourteen elementary and eight secondary schools in the communities of Markstay, Noëlville, Sudbury, Elliot Lake, Blind River, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa, Dubreuilville, Marathon, Manitouwadge and Longlac.