Local Catholic school board reverses itself, will fly Pride flag this June

In a full reversal of a decision made less than a year ago, the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington (PVNC) Catholic District School Board has voted to fly the Pride flag at its board facilities commencing this June to recognize Pride Month and support their 2SLGTBQT+ students.

Premier on hand as FLATO makes $1.2 million donation to Fleming College

Largest single donation in history of the college

FLATO Development Inc., has pledged a donation of $1.2 million to Fleming College — the largest, single gift in Fleming College’s history. All the money is earmarked for Lindsay’s Frost Campus.

Destreamed math and pathways to graduation were focus of TLDSB’s newest statistics

Recently collected data from the first two quadmesters of the Trillium Lakelands District School Board high school year show the rollout of destreamed Grade 9 mathematics has gone reasonably well.

TLDSB aware of ‘anxious feelings’ about lack of compulsory masking

Director of Education for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board Wes Hahn presented a detailed update to trustees that described the system as “hopeful but anxious” as provincial mandates around COVID-19 either expired or were changed beginning March 21.

Flato donates $20,000 so Cameron-area school can purchase new playground equipment

Fenelon Township Public School principal, Greg Arkwright, says he was “shocked” when he got a phone call about three weeks ago from Flato Developments, letting him know his school was green lit for a big donation of $20,000 from the builder.

Being a teacher means balancing flexible learning with Ministry expectations

Teachers play a big role in the development of children and adolescents. But how much flexibility is there in the job?

Province announces more school funding

ETFO asks why there's still an emphasis on remote learning

Following two years of global learning disruption, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ontario government announced funding of nearly $27 billion for the 2022-23 school year.