• COVID-19 Self Screening

    During COVID-19, ALL Students, Staff and Pre-Approved Visitors must complete the daily Self-Screening questions. Please see link below for self-screening.

    Daily Self-Screening

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NLSS News and Events


Moose Factory van transportation begins Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Moose Factory van transportation begins tomorrow, Tuesday, January 19, 2021. Pick up locations are T.C. Drive & Visitor St. at 8:15 am and North St. & Museum at 8:45 am. Each cohort has a designated van (gr. 9 & 12 and gr. 10 & 11) and NLSS staff will be on the vans to assist.

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Ontario Subsidy – Support for Learners

Please check-out the Ontario Subsidy – Support for Learners link below: https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-support-learners You can get financial support to help with additional costs during the 2020-2021 school year due to COVID-19. Eligible applicants will receive a one-time payment of: $200 for each child or youth up to Grade 12 $250 for each child or youth up to age […]

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NLSS to Reopen for in-person classes on Monday, Jan. 11th, 2021

As per the announcement from the Chief Medical Officer of Ontario on Thursday, January 7th, NLSS will be open to resume in-class learning on Monday, January 11th as previously planned.

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NLSS in Remote Learning from Jan. 5th to 8th

As was shared at the beginning of the holidays, NLSS will be pivoting to remote learning for the week of Tuesday, January 5th through to Friday, January 8th. NLSS is prepared for this transition as all students have been assigned NLSS Chromebooks and are members of Google Classroom environments in all classes.  Please be aware […]

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Enjoy Christmas Break!

NLSS will be closed throughout the Christmas holidays. Enjoy the time off to rest and relax. NLSS will reopen Tuesday, January 5. See you then! Have a safe and happy holiday season!

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Forest of Reading at NLSS

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The Forest of Reading is an event that takes place all across Canada every year. Participants read as many of the selected books as they can, and in April they vote for their favourite! At NLSS everyone is welcome to participate – all you need to do is read! Check out the display of books […]

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NLSS Christmas Spirit Week

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NLSS Christmas Spirit Week continues: Wed: Slippers and Moccasins Day! Thurs: Backwards or Camo Day! Fri: Christmas Clothing Day!

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New Support for Learners Financial Support Program

Today, (Nov. 30, 2020) the Premier and the Minister of Education announced the launch of the Support for Learners program. Through this program, the government is providing financial support to help parents and guardians with additional costs during the 2020-2021 school year during the second wave of COVID-19. Eligible parents or guardians will receive a […]

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PHU Flu Vaccination Clinics

NLSS is hosting the Porcupine Health Unit for Flu Vaccination clinics on Friday, November 20th and Wednesday, November 25th. Vaccines are by appointment only for students and staff. If you wish to book your student for a vaccination, please contact the school at (705) 336-2900 as we still have some appointment slots available.

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NLSS School Photos November 12 & 13

Guy’s Photo will be at NLSS for photo days on Thursday, November 12 (Grade 9 & 10 students) and Friday November 13 (Grade 11 & 12 students). Students will be called down during their Per. 1 and 2 classes for an opportunity to get their school picture taken.

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Quadmester 2 Begins Monday, November 9

The last day for Quadmester 1 is Wednesday, November 4th. There is no school for students this Thursday Nov. 5 and Friday Nov. 6 as we prepare for Quadmester 2. The first day of Quadmester 2 for all students is Monday, November 9, 2020

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Treaties Recognition Week

NLSS is promoting awareness of Treaties Recognition Week. Treaty No. 9 (also called The James Bay Treaty) was signed in 1905-1906 between representatives of Canada and the Anishinaabe and Omushkegowuk peoples. More information available here: https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/treaty-9

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