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  • After two years without a haircut, six year old Cameron Saibil shaved and donated his hair in front of his friends and family at Royal Vale School .Cameron was originally inspired by one of his Kindergarten teachers, who came to school one morning with dramatically shorter hair. The teacher explained to the class that she had donated her hair to a child who had lost hers to cancer. Cameron also collected $900 for the Canadian Cancer Society. After the ceremony Vice-Principal Vince Timpano had his head shaved. See this report on Global TV
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What is new at the EMSB?

New Mackay Centre Construction Update

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Mackay Traffic Impact Maps Click here

New History Program

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Secondary 4 History Exam Memo Click here
Secondary IV Provincial History Exam Click here

Insprirations Spring/Summer 2016 Edition

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Summer School 2016

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Ten-Day Intensive Click here
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Touching Base Winter 2016 Newsletter

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The 2014-2015 EMSB Annual Report is available for viewing online.
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School Lunch Catering Service

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The English Montreal School Board has recorded the highest success rate (87.9 percent) in the province, meaning it followed the progression of students from 2007 to their graduating year in 2014. This is all the more impressive given the fact the province-wide graduation rate is 77.7 percent, see Press Release, see Chart

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