Education

Ford axes efficient library book sharing system

It’s a government that is apparently obsessed with finding efficiencies. Yet Premier Doug Ford’s PC government just axed one of… Continue reading “Ford axes efficient library book sharing system”

More than 1,000 suspension notices to go out over incomplete vaccination records

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is issuing suspensions orders to more than 1,000 students whose immunization records… Continue reading “More than 1,000 suspension notices to go out over incomplete vaccination records”

Unions call on education director to counter Ford government’s ‘false narrative’

The heads of the elementary and secondary schools’ teachers’ unions are calling on Director of Education, Larry Hope, to set… Continue reading “Unions call on education director to counter Ford government’s ‘false narrative’”

Students walk out to protest Ford’s looming education cuts

It’s 1:07 pm and the hallways of I.E. Weldon Secondary School in Lindsay are more alive than usual. Students are… Continue reading “Students walk out to protest Ford’s looming education cuts”

Students to walk out of class on Thursday to protest Ford’s education cuts

Hundreds of students in Kawartha Lakes are expected to walk out of class at 1:15 pm Thursday to protest the… Continue reading “Students to walk out of class on Thursday to protest Ford’s education cuts”

Weldon student wins provincial education award

Catherine Cadigan, a student at I.E. Weldon Secondary School in Lindsay, is the recipient of the highest honour that the Ontario… Continue reading “Weldon student wins provincial education award”

Lindsay engineering challenge held at Weldon

As most students were easing their way into March Break, 11 teams of science students from I.E. Weldon and St…. Continue reading “Lindsay engineering challenge held at Weldon”