Some articles on separate school board, school boards, board, schools, school, separate school, separate, school board:
... In January 1969, the York Region Separate School Board came into existence with the combining of eleven small school boards ... Shortly thereafter, the Board passed a motion to Catholic High Schools in Toronto ... This delegation, in convincing the Board to reverse its stand, showed that support for the concept of Catholic education beyond elementary school was strong ...
... Penetanguishene Protestant Separate School Board has its headquarters in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada ... The board consists of a single school, the Burkevale Protestant Separate School ... The Penetanguishene Protestant Separate School Board is the Protestant (separate), English language school board for the only non-Catholic separate school in Ontario ...
... Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, Napanee, Ontario Atikokan Roman Catholic Separate School Board, Atikokan, Ontario Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board, Brantford ... Marie, Ontario Ignace Roman Catholic Separate School Board, Ignace, Ontario Kenora Catholic District School Board, Kenora, Ontario London District Catholic School Board, London, Ontario Moosonee Roman ... Clair Catholic District School Board, Wallaceburg, Ontario Sudbury Catholic District School Board, Sudbury, Ontario Superior North Catholic District School Board ...
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