John XXIII School is located in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. We offer a French Immersion program from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. John XXIII is very much a community school.
Our mission is that our students grow into literate, numerate, fluent, caring concerned and faithful citizens. We achieve this goal by working together with students, parents, the community and the church.
We have a superb staff, excellent volunteers and we are home to the Snoezelen Room. (You can read about the Snoezelen Room further in the site).
~ School News & Events ~
CONGRAULATIONS to both our Junior Girls and Junior Boys in winning the Chamionship! A special thank you to Mlle Beaulieu for her hard work and guidance. "A Small by Mighty School!
Welcome to the new John XXIII school website! Let us know what you think by sending us an email on our Contact Us page.
Find out what's happening inside our Catholic schools. In this issue:
- St. Alexander School Donates to North Bay Food Bank
- Student Appointed to Minister's Student Advisory Council
- Students Celebrate Armed Forces Day
- Annual Choir Festival
- Students Awarded Duke of Edinburgh Silver Pins
- NPSC Students Among Winners of "Shine the Light on Bullying" Contest
- Snapshots & Upcoming Events
Details on the 2013 Summer School programs can be found on the Summer School page.
e-Learning summer School registration deadline: June 21st
An e-Learning brochure with more details is available below.
Enviro Challenge is a game between the 12 elementary schools in the board.
The Schools will be divided into three categories: reduce, reuse, and recycle.
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