Focus On Our Priorities

Year End Appreciation!

We extend a heart felt thank you to all Algoma District School Board staff, students and families who came together, adapting and persevering to support learning.

ADSB Indigenous Summer Transition Camps

(June 2022) ADSB, in partnership with Great Lakes Culture Camps, will once again be operating ADSB Indigenous Summer Transition Camps for Indigenous students who are moving from Grade 8 into Grade 9 in the fall. Called 2022 Niibing - Enakamigisyang (Things We Do In Summer), two camps will run this year, one in Serpent River First Nation, the other in Garden River First Nation. (Photos from summer 2021 camp).

ADSB Virtual / Remote Learning Update

(Sept 21, 2021) This year, ADSB welcomes back 98% of our students to in-person learning while 2% of our students have opted for virtual/remote learning.
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ADSB September 2021 Re-Opening Journey Began in July

(Sept 21, 2021) Since the end of June, Algoma District School Board (ADSB) has focused on supporting and engaging our staff, students and families in order that they feel prepared for and excited about the 21/22 school year.

ADSB Summer Wellness Line

(June 2021) The ADSB Summer Wellness Line is now available! ADSB parents (or students age 14 and older) are welcome to phone the Summer Wellness Line if you would like to book a virtual appointment for counselling support for your student and so much more.

APH Reminds Us...

In a world where you can be anything, be kind. Please click on the link to read more.

Recognizing Black History Month

February is Black History Month in Canada and the United States. While we are encouraging learning activities in the month of February, we also recognize that Black History is Canadian History so the integration of learning about Black Canadians and their contributions to Canadian society should be ongoing throughout the year.

Aviation and Aerospace Specialist High Skills Major Program

The Algoma District School Board is offering an innovative program available for Grade 11 and 12 students. The Aviation and Aerospace Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program allows students to focus their high school learning on the Aviation and Aerospace sector while meeting the requirements for secondary graduation. They will learn sector specific skills and knowledge in a hands-on, career related learning environment.
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