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Newsletter, Spring 2017
The FLE newsletter aims at emphasizing the quality and accomplishments of French language education in Ontario. Enjoy your reading!
The secondary school graduation rate continues to climb among students in Ontario’s 12 French-language school boards
This spring, the Ministry of Education unveiled the province wide 2015-16 secondary school graduation rate for students who started Grade 9 in the 2011-12 school year. The rate has hit a new record of 86.5%.

Further analysis of the data among French language school boards once again highlights their students’ remarkable performance. Indeed, at 92.8%, their graduation rate in five years or less remains significantly above the provincial average of 86.5%. The average for French-language schools was of 92.4% in 2014-15 compared to 85.5% for the provincial average.

For more information:
Francophone immigration and French language schools
In an effort to consistently welcome and integrate new comers who have previous knowledge of French, a number of initiatives and resources were implemented to ensure that French language education is better known and to offer support to those who enroll.

Here are a few:

The Les travailleurs et travailleuses en établissements dans les écoles (TÉÉ) Program.

Thanks to Ontario’s TÉÉ Program, 6 Ontario communities offer newly arrived Francophones significant and continued support in their French language elementary and secondary schools. TÉÉs aims to facilitate integration and academic success among French language schools in the Catholic and public boards and encourage their fulfilment as well as that of their families.
The Ontario elementary schools guide for newcomers on the Établissement.Org website (French version)

A guide that helps users understand how the Ontario school system works, from the elementary level to the intermediate cycle. It offers information to facilitate the adaptation process and useful suggestions to create solid communication lines with your school and with your child’s teacher.

The NEWCOMERS section on the French language education website:

General information regarding Ontario’s French-language education system, the admission process and programs for newcomers:
New 2016 Census Data
The 2016 Census Program offers a wide range of analyses, data, references and geographic information, which paint a portrait of Canada according to various themes, including education and language:

To get the publication schedule for the 2016 Census Program:

To consult data published to date:
Jeux franco-ontariens 2017 (Franco-Ontarian Games)
For all information about the 24th edition of the games where hundreds of Franco-Ontarian secondary school students get together to display their talents in 8 major areas: Sport, Circus Arts, Music, Quiz, Dance, Visual Arts, Improvisation and Media.

This year, from May 19 to May 22, it was Woodstock’s turn to welcome the Jeux franco ontariens.
Have a great end of the school year!

Next delivery : fall 2017