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CHS Grade 12 Grad: Hailey Keech Class of 2020 Valedictorian Featured Photo

CHS Grade 12 Grad: Hailey Keech Class of 2020 Valedictorian

Hailey has demonstrated exemplary leadership skills during her days as a Chapleau High School Raider. Hailey was an instrumental team member of the Student Senate leadership group since Grade Nine where she organized a variety of student-led activities including spirit days, holidays, cultural days, Pink Shirt Day and representing our school at the Board Level. One key event that Hailey was part of was hosting a board wide leadership conference at our school for Student Senators from all ADSB high schools. Students from across the district came to Chapleau to participate in this completely student-led conference. Hailey was also actively involved in sports while at CHS. She was a member of the Badminton, Basketball, Curling and Volleyball teams, where she showed great determination, skill and talent. Hailey has demonstrated strong community involvement by volunteering above and beyond the mandatory 40 hours required for graduation. She volunteered for the Township of Chapleau during community event days, the gymnastics club, various community Churches, the Hospital Foundation Board and other local groups. Hailey has shown a great deal of passion and warmth when working with younger students. She was always eager to organize activities and events for our K-12 students. Hailey is certainly a great role model and leader! The work she completed around our school will have a lasting impact. Hailey has been chosen by her classmates & teachers as the 2020 Class Valedictorian. She is certainly deserving of this title given her strong academic abilities receiving the highest average awards in her grade for her grade nine and ten years. She also maintained an exception average throughout her Grade Eleven and Twelve years along with being an amazing ambassador for our student population through her Student Senate involvement and Sports. Congratulations Hailey! Good luck next year as you pursue Nursing at Laurentian University. Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!
CHS Grade 12 Grad: Chad Quakegesic Featured Photo

CHS Grade 12 Grad: Chad Quakegesic

Chad is a quiet and motivated young Indigenous student from Brunswick House First Nation! He demonstrated perseverance, determination and commitment over the course of this past year in completing the requirements for graduation. He always displayed a positive attitude towards learning when working towards his goal: achieving his Grade Twelve diploma. Congratulations on your graduation! Continue to believe in yourself and never forget your Chapleau High School roots! Chad aspires to continue his education in a mining related field. Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors!
CHS Grade 12 Grad: Hannah Saunders Featured Photo

CHS Grade 12 Grad: Hannah Saunders

Hannah is a bright, caring and determined young Indigenous Woman from Brunswick House First Nation. During our school hosted PowWows over the years, Hannah shared her culture by drumming and singing with the Women’s Drum Group as well as dancing. She has a great deal of knowledge to share with others. Hannah was among the first group of students at Chapleau High School to learn Ojibwe through a language course offered at the school. Hannah demonstrated outstanding commitment, dedication and perseverance this past year in completing her Grade Twelve diploma. We are very proud of you! Continue to pursue your dreams and set goals for yourself! You will surpass them without a doubt as you have the drive and determination within you. Congratulations Hannah! Good luck next year as you pursue post-secondary education at Algonquin College in General Arts and Science Pre-Animation and Illustration. Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!
CPS Featured Grad: Justin Martineau Class of 2020 Valedictorian Featured Photo

CPS Featured Grad: Justin Martineau Class of 2020 Valedictorian

Justin is a very courteous and kind young man. During his days at CPS, he was always willing to lend a helping to those in need. Justin demonstrated disciplined work ethic and pride in completing tasks to the best of his ability. He actively participated in the learning and challenged himself to seek additional learning opportunities in and outside the classroom. Justin was always one of the first students to sign up for extra-curricular sports teams offered at the school. He gave 100% on and off the court, representing our school well at out of town events. As you prepare for Secondary School Justin, build on your strengths. Look to join a variety of sports teams and some non-athletic groups such as Student Senate to bring out the leader in you. Continue to dream big and accomplish your goals by working hard and completing all tasks to the best of your ability. Share your love of learning with others, be willing to keep learning from your teachers, coaches, parents and friends. Maintain a positive attitude, a helpful disposition, and a willingness to try new experiences. Congratulations on your graduation! Dream big, learn new skills, continue to be a leader and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Justin!

Events Calendar

Spotlight:

NSSAA Jr. Girls Basketball Champions 2019 - Chapleau Raiders
Congratulations to the Chapleau High School Jr. Girls Basketball team! NSSAA Champions
Players: Lacey Pilon, Emlyn Parry. Niina Bertelot, Ashley Keech, Raija Ekuoluoma and Raija Alexander.
Coach: Ellen Jardine

Mission

Confident learners, caring citizens.

Vision

In partnership with our stakeholders, the Algoma District School Board will create a collaborative learning community where all flourish as confident learners who see themselves as capable, self-directed and open to learning and as caring citizens who value good character and contribute positively to our communities.

Values

We are guided by:
ADSB character traits; lifelong learning;
empathy; ethical relationships;
equity & inclusion; accountability