Rainbow District School Board

Greater Sudbury Chelmsford Valley District Composite School Lively District Secondary School
Rainbow District School Board
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408 Wembley Dr, Sudbury, ON P3E 1P2
Coordinates46°29′29″N 80°59′28″W / 46.49139°N 80.99111°W / 46.49139; -80.99111Coordinates: 46°29′29″N 80°59′28″W / 46.49139°N 80.99111°W / 46.49139; -80.99111
District information
Chair of the boardDoreen Dewar
Director of educationNorm Blaseg
Schools41 Total (9 Secondary, 32 Elementary)
Students and staff
Students14,350 approx.
Other information
Elected trusteesDoreen Dewar, Dena Morrison, Bob Clement, Linda Debassige, Anita Gibson, Judy Hunda, Judy Kosmerly, Kerrie St. Jean, Margaret Stringer

Rainbow District School Board (known as English-language Public District School Board No. 3 prior to 1999[1]) covers a geographic area of more than 14,757 square kilometres in the heart of the Rainbow Country and is the largest public school board in Northern Ontario. The Board offers English language and French Immersion program to students from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Rainbow District School Board is the largest school board in Northern Ontario with 32 elementary school buildings and 9 secondary school buildings in Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin.

The Board also offers other programs - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program, Cecil Facer School, N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre, Children’s Treatment Centre, O’Connor Park, Applied Behaviour Analysis program, Restart, Simulated Healthy Independent Living Opportunities (SHILO) program, Attendance Centre, Mishko-Ode-Wendam, Northern Support Initiative, Frank Flowers School and Barrydowne College operating at Cambrian College.

List of Elementary Schools

List of Secondary Schools

See also


  1. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014.