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Espanola High School offers a variety of programs to meet student interests and abilities.

Whether your pathway leads you to the workplace, apprenticeship programs, college or university, we are committed to engaging students in dynamic learning environments.

Co-operative Education: A World of Opportunity

All Ontario cooperative education programs have specific requirements.

For further information, please review the Co-operative Education Fact Sheet.

Co-op Resources for Students and Parents:

Live Safe! Work Smart!
Passport to Safety
Workplace Safety Insurance Board
Ontario Co-op Curriculum Document

If you have any questions relating Co-operative Education at Espanola High School, please contact David Gallant at 705-869-1590 ext. 6217.

Day Treatment Program

The Day Treatment Program is designed to address the students’ individual social and emotional needs in an academic setting. The Rainbow District School Board works in partnership with the Child and Family Centre to help students develop effective strategies to promote social/emotional stabilization, well-being and academic success. This small class setting, with a full time teacher, educational assistant/child and youth worker and clinician enables students to work at their own pace in a relaxed setting.

Lifeskills Program

This is a self-contained class program for secondary students identified with a moderate to severe intellectual exceptionality who require alternative curriculum programming. The focus is on developing basic literacy, numeracy, social and independent living skills.

Transition planning is focused on addressing the unique needs of the learner and to ensure a smooth transition from secondary school to postsecondary education, employment or to supported or independent living. Parental involvement is encouraged and students may attend this program until age 21.

Student Success

The Student Success Team is set up to help students who may be at risk for not completing their high school program. There are many reasons for a student to be “at risk” such as health issues, family problems, addiction, poor attendance at school, etc.

The Student Success Team at Espanola High School consists of:

Mrs. S. Schouten (Student Success Teacher and Credit Recovery Teacher);
Ms. A. Therrien (Principal);
Mr. A. Kendall (Vice-Principal);
Mr. G. Madill (Guidance);
Mr. J. Jacques (Guidance);
Ms. D. Brutto (Social Worker);
Ms. S. Kordez (Special Ed);
Ms. J. Toulouse (Secondary Student Support, Sagamok);
Ms. A. Tremblay (Secondary Student Support, WFRN);
Ms. N. Nelson (Aboriginal Support Worker);
Ms. E. Weber (Attendance Counselor);
Mr. D. Gallant (Co-op Teacher); and
all classroom teachers at EHS.

The Student Success Team monitors how students are doing in their classes and take necessary steps to help students who are having difficulties obtaining credits.

If you feel that you are falling behind in your class work, and you want to get some help, please consult with Mrs. Walker or anyone else on the Student Success Team. They will work with you to develop a plan to set you up for success!

Transition Program

This is a self-contained class program for students identified through the IPRC process. Pupils have the opportunity to achieve a high school certificate, which would lead to the workplace. Students work towards attaining 30 non-credit courses.

The focus of this program is on developing literacy, numeracy, independent living and work related skills geared towards specialized college programs, trades assistants programs and the workplace. Transition planning is focused on addressing the unique needs of the learner and to ensure a smooth transition from secondary school to postsecondary education, employment or independent living.