Ontario northeast – Tuesday, December 11th is a day filled with recognition and pride for the Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario.
Public Day – Thank you!
For a third year in a row, the Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario (CSP Nord-Est) and their schools celebrate the Public Day “We say THANKS!” The purpose of this day is to take the time to thank a friend, a parent, a teacher, a staff member, a colleague or a member of the community whose actions had a positive effect or us.
Students and staff are encouraged to wear yellow and to exchange thanks by using cards prepared especially for this purpose or by visiting the CSP Nord-Est website to fill out e-cards. Members of the public school community participate in this initiative which includes the four provincial French-Public School Boards.
The 2018 edition brings a highly interesting novelty, the natural partnership between teaching staff and the communications sector. Activities were organized in order to encourage students and staff members to gain practical knowledge outside a school setting and in line with the theme of the day.
New corporate identity – J’ai du Coeur (I have Heart).
It’s with great enthusiasm that the Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est unveiled its new corporate image. Inspired by the strength of character and the commitment of students and staff, the promotional slogan and visuals for this campaign reflect the importance of the identified strategic goals: Inclusion, Well-being and Excellence. “J’ai du coeur” meets the school board’s and the schools’ values whose aim is to create responsible citizens.
The CSP Nord-Est’s new image encourages students and staff members to be proud of their roots, their choices and their identity, to become engaged in their learning, their educational and social fulfilment, and their sense of collective belonging. It truly comes from the heart.
In closing, the CSPNE would like to take this opportunity to express their thanks to all the students, families, and staff members or choosing the Ontario French public education system. Thank you for your confidence and for joining our team!
In accordance with universal values, the CSPNE covers an area of 46,453 km2 and provides the communities of Timmins, Iroquois Falls, Kapuskasing, Hearst, Temiskaming Shores, Sturgeon Falls, and North Bay with quality French-language education. Close to 2,200 northeastern Ontario students have chosen French-language public schools.
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Guylaine Scherer, Communications Officer
guylaine.scherer [a] cspne.ca | 888-591-5656 ext. 25263