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New logo for school board

The medium blue and purple maintain CSPNE’s original corporate identity
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20171204 Simon Fecteau, Director of Education and Denis Labelle, Chair.
Simon Fecteau, Director of Education and Denis Labelle, Chair. Submitted

The Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario (CSPNE) has unveiled its new corporate logo and launched its new strategic plan for 2017-2021.

"The group of figures in the logo represents the teamwork and spirit of cooperation at CSPNE between students, families, and staff," says a Board news release. "These figures also constitute the three public focuses in CSPNE’s new strategic plan.  In addition, they certainly represent the students who attend the Board’s schools from junior kindergarten to the high school level."

Although CSPNE’s logo initially focused on the student, it is essential to represent the school family including Board staff and to underscore the key role it plays on a daily basis by supporting, guiding and actively promoting student development and success."

The concept of children’s arms reaching skyward demonstrates their growth and achievements and emphasizes CSPNE’s strategic focuses: Excellence, Sense of belonging and Well-being.

"The heart symbolizes the children who are always at the heart of every decision made by CSPNE school trustees and staff as echoed in the Board motto.  Finally, French-language public education is not just an affair of the mind but more importantly an affair of the heart."

The medium blue and purple maintain CSPNE’s original corporate identity. 

"With these colours projecting vision and a sense of calm as well as preserving an authentic element of the Board’s corporate image, gold is added to reflect excellence."

After several months of consultations and discussions, Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario has also released its strategic plan which will guide the Board’s initiatives and decisions over the next four years.

Visit the CSPNE web site for further information about the strategic plan




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