Enrolment is up nearly four percent at the Algoma District School Board.
Trustees heard during their meeting this week that the English public board currently has 6,493 students in K-to-8 and 3,232 secondary students.
Perhaps the biggest figure to celebrate is the rise in students attending alternative secondary programs, such as Algoma Education Connection, which stands at 205 – which is a high number for this time.
Superintendent Joe Maurice says enrolment doesn’t typically hit the 200 mark until Thanksgiving.
The board expects 212 students to participate in alternative secondary programs.
Mike McDonald, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, SaultOnline.com