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Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic

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Academics

Curriculum

Our studies are based on the Ontario Curriculum documents produced by the Ministry of Education with unit plans and long range documents produced by staff, coordinators and NOCCC. The need to continuously update our units is a must and the results of provincial assessments allow us an opportunity to look at ways to deliver the curriculum in a more efficient manner. Parents and staff work together to share ideas for school/student improvement.

Our curriculum moves from JK to grade 8. Our CRT, EAs, teachers, parents, and support staff work closely together to provide the optimum opportunities for our students to realize their potential. Early identification is the key to success. Our primary teachers are focusing on early literacy programs, with the belief that every child can learn to read.

Parents are our partners and are encouraged to participate in all areas of the school. We are proud of the positive learning environment we try to create and we continue to update our studies based on the latest information, the needs of our students and the encouragement of our parents. Our teachers are continually looking for ways to upgrade their qualification and to attend workshops. In all things our work is based on the teachings of Christ!

Co-Curricular Programs

Sports
  • cross country
  • volleyball
  • basketball
  • soccer
  • softball
  • track and field
  • ball hockey
Other
  • Open House/ Family BBQ
  • Literacy/Numeracy Events
  • Talent Show
  • Masses and liturgies
  • Winter electives
  • Fundraising Events
  • Spirit Days
  • Peer helpers
  • Reading Buddies
  • Nutritional Snack and Breakfast Program
  • Volunteer Appreciation Day
  • Family Skate Day
  • Pizza Days
  • Christmas Concerts
Masses
  • liturgical celebrations
  • specific celebrations (Remembrance Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Education Week)
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~ Board News ~

NPSC Welcomes Dr. Ungar April 26(Posted:2/15/2018)

Our Parent Involvement Committee is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Ungar to NPSC. Dr. Ungar is the founder and Director of the Resilience Research Centre and is Canada's Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience. Join us April 26, 2018, for an engaging presentation to learn practical strategies for parents and caregivers to help young people of all ages heal. 

Free childcare is available, with RSVP.

Register today at www.npsc.ca/nurturing-resilience/ 

Register Now for the 18th Annual Carousel Evening(Posted:4/25/2018)

The 18th Annual Carousel Evening is happening at St. Joseph-Scollard Hall on May 16, 2018. Join us for an evening of workshops, a keynote address and much more!

The theme this year will be "Opening Doors" with a keynote address by Leslie Andrews, entitled "Beating the Odds".

For more information and to register visit: www.npsc.ca/carousel-evening