Grade 11 Mikinaak School student James Yerxa listened to a multi-layer track he created under the guidance of Anna Atkinson while she visited to teach students how to use equipment inside the school's new recording studio. He is using Ableton Live and holding a USB Audio Interface Device for music production.
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Techways program co-ordinator Marlon Douglas spoke about the bike mechanics program he has been facilitating at district schools during the Rainy River District School Board's inaugural meeting last Tuesday night at the Education Centre here. It is hoped the program will spark an interest among students so they are more confident to pursue careers in tech and the trades.
The “Waabishkiibinesii Women Singers" drum group performed songs of healing during the annual candlelight vigil service held at Knox United Church here Thursday evening for the annual "National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.”
Rachel Anderson, left, and her friend, Jordan, sang during Thursday evening's candlelight vigil ceremony at the Knox United Church.
Four candles were lit during the candlelight vigil ceremony held Thursday evening at Knox United Church here to mark the annual “National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.” Those who attended also lit candles that were distributed at the beginning of the ceremony to show their respect for victims of domestic abuse.
Fort High student Samantha Hammond spoke about her placement at the Rainy Lake Family Dental Centre to passers-by during “Co-op Display Day” held yesterday in the school cafeteria. Her project included information on what she learned and education on how to maintain good oral health.
Raymond Roy, one of two trustees representing Fort Frances, recited his oath of office during the inaugural meeting of the new Rainy River District School Board on Tuesday night at the Education Centre here. Fellow trustees David Kircher, David Loewen, John Fuhrer, Jeff Lehman, and Kathryn Pierroz also were sworn in. Roy later was acclaimed to serve as the board's new chair.
Youths interested in drama now have an outlet to express themselves theatrically over the winter months.
A 16-week drama program, opened to those aged seven-18, is being offered at the Fort Frances Museum for a $40 fee.
Some new faces now are representing communities across the district with respect to public education.
The new group of Rainy River District School Board trustees serving the 2018-22 term were sworn in at last night's board meeting and they're both eager and excited to serve.
St. Francis students visited the Fort Frances Museum on Friday to learn about the history of indigenous veterans from the area.
The Grade 5/6 native language class and Grade 5 class viewed the display and learned about those from the area who served in either world war.