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Tune in to DSB1's Board Meeting Live on YouTube

DSB1 Board Meeting

Tune into the upcoming DSB1 Board Meeting on Tuesday, February 7, at 6:15 p.m. During this meeting, the February 2023 Strategic Plan Vignette will be presented in addition to the Strategic Plan Implementation: Mid-Year Update. For the complete agenda, visit the “Board Meetings & Minutes” under “Board Info” using the navigation menu at

Click to visit our YouTube Channel to watch the DSB1 Board Meeting live.
Bell Let's Talk

Bell Let’s Talk Day 2023

January 25, 2023, marked the 13th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day.

Since 2011, Bell Let’s Talk Day has helped to provide a platform for Canadians and individuals around the world to participate collectively in a conversation around mental health. At DSB1, we consider mental health and well-being critical in the promotion of student success and achievement.
Post 2- Attendance Matters

Attendance Matters

Too often, we think of reducing absences as the job of parents or school administrators in the front office. Although, communities can make a difference in helping schools address chronic absence by building public awareness and leveraging resources.
Iroquois Falls Secondary School (IFSS) logo. District School Board Ontario North East logo. Cooperative Education (Co-op) Opportunities in action at Iroquois Falls Secondary School.

Cooperative Education (Co-op) Opportunities in Action

At District School Board Ontario North East (DSB1) secondary schools, students engage in enriching and rewarding opportunities to take their learning from within the classroom and apply it in hands-on ways through real-world applications with the Cooperative Education (Co-Op) Program. Cooperative Education provides students valuable work experience while earning secondary school credits toward their diploma.

About our School

Principal: Brian Forsythe
Iroquois Falls Secondary School, home of the Tigers, is located in Iroquois Falls, Ontarioand is part of District School Ontario North East. We have a proud history spanning from 1915, when formal education began in the Iroquois Falls area.