Making a Difference
At North Channel Literacy Council, students receive so much more than an ordinary education. We pride ourselves on creating a unique, exciting environment that embraces all types of learners and promotes growth both academically and personally. Students and families are also welcomed into a dynamic and supportive community.
Interested in learning more about the North Channel Literacy Council? We invite you to keep exploring our website and get in touch with questions about our values, academics, community and more. Join us today!
Tomorrow Starts Now
Our mission is to create a program that engages every single student. We strive to help students accomplish challenges and exceed their goals in a caring and supportive environment. One of the most important ways to enrich our educational experience is by staying involved with our communities. Get in touch to learn more about North Channel Literacy Council.
The Passion of Education
At North Channel Literacy Council, we understand that each of our students has individual wants and needs. We believe that learning can only be fostered from a feeling of mutual respect and compassion, and we maintain those values in everything we do. Our unique approach provides students with the proper support system that will help lead them to a successful path.
OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Guidance, Inspiration and Support
We’re proud to present our amazing team. Their care, enthusiasm and dedication to helping students exceed pushes North Channel Literacy Council to the next level. Coming together from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences, our team of educators and professionals is the backbone of NCLC. Their ideas help shape the direction and mission of our organization as it continues to develop. Read on to learn more about some of our incredible team members.
Greg is enjoying an active retirement after 30 years in public education in the Ontario Elementary system. A former teacher, librarian, and vice-principal, Greg spent ten years as an investigator and mediator at the Ontario Human Rights Commission. He believes that education is a life-long process.
Greg currently serves on several boards, including the Elliot Lake Public Library and Elliot Lake Pride. He is the Executive Director of the Northern Ontario Pride Network and Education Coordinator for the Elliot Lake Red Wings Junior 'A' hockey club. He believes that NCLC provides an excellent opportunity in Elliot Lake, Blind River and the North Shore for residents to learn and apply new skills in their personal and working lives.
Opportunities to Give
North Channel Literacy Council was established so students from all backgrounds would have education opportunities which could transform their lives and positively contribute to our communities. Since then, we have held true to that vision because of the generosity of countless community members and businesses who share this view. Get in touch to learn more about how to support us.