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Our goal in providing this tool is to make information more accessible to families whose first language is not English.
Access information about athletics, digital citizenship, 21st century learning and English language learners.
Learn about Kindergarten, English and French Immersion programs, the Ontario curriculum (K-8), and the balanced school day. Join us for Kindergarten information nights and orientation sessions. Register now.
Learn about secondary school options, specialized programs, the Ontario curriculum (9-12), volunteer hours and summer school. Join us for secondary school information nights. Register now.
Obtain an Ontario Secondary School Diploma through the Adult Day School, which offers free credit courses for adults who are 21 or older.
Explore elementary and secondary athletics and learn about concussion awareness.
Access Indigenous resources, including the Anishinabewin (Ojibwe) Toolkit and the Indigenous Education Guide. Learn about the Indigenous self-identification process.
Access the Board’s Special Education Plan, including the Guide to Special Education for Parents/Guardians. Learn about programs and services for students with special needs.
Live in Greater Sudbury. Learn in Rainbow Schools. Experience a new culture and embark on an adventure while preparing for postsecondary studies.
Access resources for students, including the Virtual Library, the FSL Homework Toolbox, and Math Homework Help.
Rainbow District School Board has developed this resource for families who have children studying Anishinaabewin and would like to support their language learning at home.