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Sep 15, 2020 | Uncategorized

It’s time to check out the newest issue of The Bulletin!

Find out which teams were recognized for sportsmanship in 2019-20 and we hope that you find a few of the articles educational and useful during these social distancing times. Thank you to a couple of special guest writers – Lindsay Reynen of North Lambton Secondary School in Forest and Courtney Beaulne of AY Jackson Secondary School in Kanata – for taking the time to write important articles geared towards coaching and the positive impact of school athletic councils. That and much more can be found in the pages of our fall issue!

Please contact Pat Park ([email protected]) if you wish to write an article that will engage our readership in a future issue of the magazine.

Just click on the image of the front cover on our home page or on the link located on the right-hand side of this page to read about the latest happenings with OFSAA.

Due to the truncated version of this issue, we will not be making available a printed copy of our fall issue. We hope that you enjoy this downloadable PDF of the magazine.

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