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CPS Grade 8 Grad: Noah Raposo

Noah is a proud member of Chapleau Cree First Nation. He has shared his knowledge of his culture with staff and students alike especially during our PowWow events hosted at the school. Noah brings a calm, quiet focus to the classroom. He enjoys working independently or in small groups on tasks or assignments.

As excitement builds for your first day in Grade Nine Noah, remember to: Work hard and be a lifelong learner. Share your passion with others and be willing to keep on learning from others along the way. Look to join extracurricular activities and get involved with groups or clubs.

Congratulations on your graduation! Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Noah!

CHS Featured Grade 12 Grad: Aurora Bouvier

Throughout her four years at Chapleau High School, Aurora was a quiet volunteer. She volunteered to support numerous events hosted at the school by staff. Aurora was also instrumental in the Europe Trip fundraising events. She worked tirelessly in order to raise extra funds toward this amazing life experience. She was always someone you could count on to help in the kitchen or at the door during our events. Aurora’s love and passion for working with children was evident throughout events hosted in our K-12 school and during volunteering opportunities within the community.

In Grade 11, Aurora stepped outside her comfort zone and participated in the Miss North Ontario Pageant. Prior to attending the event, Aurora organized a variety of fundraisers for Sick Kids as a contestant in the Pageant. This experience enabled Aurora to develop her strengths and build her confidence in large group settings. Beyond volunteering and pageant participation, Aurora also participated in school sports. She was a member of the Basketball, soccer and volleyball teams.

Congratulations Aurora! Good luck next year as you pursue post-secondary education at Laurentian University with a focus on the Bachelor of Arts with Concurrent Education. Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!

CPS Featured Grade 8 Grad: Paradise Saunders

Paradise is a proud member of Brunswick House First Nation. She has a disciplined character and is very thoughtful to staff and students alike. Paradise pours her heart into her schoolwork, in particular the Heritage Fair Map she completed. It was outstanding with attention to detail, as well as all the beautiful artwork she has created.

As you prepare for high school Paradise, always remember to work hard and persevere through difficult times. Hard work is rewarding and will serve you well in life. Continue to believe in your abilities; you have within you the drive and determination to accomplish great things. We encourage you to get involved in school life by joining a club or a sport team.

Congratulations on your graduation! Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Paradise!

CPS Featured Grade 8 Grad: Leland Briscoe

Leland is a proud member of the Brunswick House First Nation. Throughout his studies, he has shown an incredible interest in art and his artistic ability is outstanding. He was often seen doodling and drawing during the day. Leland always loved working independently on tasks. Leland, we encourage you to continue to explore your Indigenous roots through the arts and continue learning from your experiences.

Leland as you look forward to high school, follow your passions and dreams. Your amazing art talent can be further developed in Grade Nine Art and beyond. Believe in your abilities and set goals to achieve your potential. Get involved in school life by joining a club or sports team. You have a lot to offer for our high school teams.

Congratulations on your graduation! Continue to dream big, learn new skills and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Leland!

CHS Featured Grade 12 Graduate: Jacy Jolivet

Jacy is a proud member of Brunswick House First Nation. Throughout his high school career, Jacy has demonstrated pride and knowledge of his Indigenous culture. He participated in drumming during school powwows, actively participated in Indigenous Student Voice opportunities at our school and he also participated in a Student Voice Forum where he and others shared their ideas about Indigenous ways of learning and school climate with ADSB leaders. Jacy was also a member on many of our sports teams, including the Basketball, Soccer and Volleyball teams.

Jacy always demonstrated and shared his passion and knowledge for his Ojibwe culture with others in our K-12 school. His knowledge and pride of his culture was evident in all he did. Jacy spent a lot of time in our Culture room, sharing and gaining knowledge from members of the community. During classroom instruction, Jacy was always an active participant whether debating an issue or sharing his thoughts and ideas with staff and students.

Congratulations Jacy! Good luck next year! Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!

Featured Grade 8 Grad: Dawson Fortin

Dawson is a very curious young man. He enjoys learning new things, reading and has a very creative side. During his CPS days, Dawson was always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. Dawson could always be counted on by his fellow classmates or staff members who needed support with one thing or another. Dawson was also an active participant in extra-curricular sports and was a great ambassador during school trips.

Dawson, as you look forward to high school with excitement, we offer the following advice: Work hard & be a lifelong learner. Share your passion 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. Look to join extracurricular activities and get involved with groups or clubs. Volunteer for various organizations or groups within our community.

Congratulations on your graduation! Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Dawson!

Today's Featured Grade 12 Grad: Tuija Berthelot

Tuija has demonstrated strong leadership skills over the course of her four years at Chapleau High School. Tuijja has been an active member of the Student Senate since Grade Nine where she organized a variety of student-led activities including spirit days, holidays, cultural days, Pink Shirt Day and even representing our school at the Board Level. One key event that Tuija 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. Tuija was also actively involved in sports while at CHS. She participated as a member of the Badminton, Basketball, Soccer and Volleyball teams.

Tuija has demonstrated strong community involvement by volunteering above and beyond the mandatory 40 hours with the local gymnastics organization, the Township of Chapleau’s community events (Carnival and Canada Day Celebrations) and others. Tuija 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. Tuija has certainly been a great role model and leader!

Congratulations Tuija! Good luck next year as you pursue your goals of working to gain experience and participating in the ECE program through Distance Education with Sault College. Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!

Today's Featured Grade 8 Grad: Jaxon Cachagee

Jaxon is a proud member of the Chapleau Cree First Nation and Metis communities. During his days at Chapleau Public School, he demonstrated a passion for learning how things work and creating miniature models. He is a very quiet individual who tends to keep to himself. Jaxon is best described as a problem solver by his classroom teacher. He would work through problems diligently until he found the solution.

Jaxon, as you prepare for high school, we encourage you to do your best, set goals for yourself and believe in your abilities. Persevere through hard work and share your passions with others. Be willing to learn from your peers, teachers, coaches and parents. Get involved in school life by joining clubs and sport teams. Maintain a positive attitude, a helpful disposition and a willingness to try new experiences throughout high school.

Congratulations on your graduation! Continue to dream big, learn new skills and never forget your Chapleau Public School roots. Best of luck in High School, Jaxon!

Today's Featured Grade 12 Grad: Dreyden Agawa

Dreyden is a member of Brunswick House First Nation and is very proud of his Indigenous culture! Throughout his high school career, he has been involved in school sports, school powwows and is a founding member of the school’s Northern Indigenous Youth Council. Dreyden was an active member of the Basketball, Badminton, Soccer and Volleyball teams. His love for Basketball especially was evident throughout high school. He was often seen taking practice shots daily during the lunch hour. When not playing sports, he participated in drumming with younger students and was a member of the host drum group at our school’s PowWow. Dreyden was among the first group of students at Chapleau High School to learn Ojibwe through a language course offered at the school. Dreyden also participated in a Student Voice Forum where he and others shared their ideas about Indigenous ways of learning and school climate.

Dreyden always demonstrated and shared his Ojibwe language and culture with others in our K-12 school. His leadership was always evident with the way he cared for and taught younger students. The Indigenous knowledge Dreyden shared with staff and students was so valuable to our school culture.

Congratulations Dreyden! Good luck next year! Continue to make us proud and never forget your Chapleau High School roots!
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