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Semester 1 Reports
Report cards will be mailed out Wednesday February 12th to all students who have submitted their proctor forms. Please allow 10 days for delivery.event 2/11/20
OSSLT 2020 - Compulsory Graduation Requirement
Initial information regarding the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test for 2020 has been posted in the Student Guide. This is important information for all students intending to graduate with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
As many of you are aware, a compulsory graduation requirement for all secondary school students in Ontario is the successful completion of the OSSLT. Students are to write the test in the spring of their grade 10 year. This year, the test is scheduled for Tuesday, March 31, 2020, from 9 am until approximately 1 pm.event 2/6/20
Semester 2 Is Now Underway
All semester 2 courses are up and running.
Registered semester 2 students received an email to notify them that each course has started up. Login credentials were also included in these emails.
All students should complete the Student Guide modules and read the important announcements posted in that course. Important Information about the start of the semester can be found in the announcement: Welcome! From Student Services.
Students who are on a waitlist will be notified via email by February 7th only if a space becomes available in their requested course. Please do not contact the office about your waitlisted courses.event 2/4/20
I am thrilled to share that Nathan Stachow has been awarded a prestigious Schulich Leader Award to support his post-secondary studies. Nathan won $100 000.00 which is the maximum value awarded.
Nathan is pictured here receiving his award from York University representative,
"Launched in 2012, this $100 million program funds 50 undergraduate scholarships each year, across top Canadian universities.* Our most promising students can pursue their dreams and become the next global pioneers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
They are innovators. They are Schulich Leaders."
UJA Federation of Greater Toronto (2007). What are Schulich Leader Scholarships? retrieved from http://www.schulichleaders.com/about-scholarship
As a school principal, nothing is more rewarding than seeing the dedication and commitment of students being recognized. Congratulations to Nathan. I am sure your family is very proud of you.
Many thanks to Mrs. Kuypers for her support throughout the Schulich selection process.
There will be several meetings held the week of February 3rd by our Student Services teacher, Mrs. Kuypers, welcoming new students and helping them navigate their way through our program.
Meetings are scheduled on Tuesday, February 4th at 2 pm and Wednesday, February 5th at 12:35 pm. Students only need to attend one meeting if they want - these are optional but recommended. If they cannot make a meeting they can watch the recording.
There will be a drop-in session on Friday, February 7th at 11:55 am where students can ask general questions about the program.
Students can find out more details in the Student Guide announcement: Welcome! From Student Services when they are placed into the Student Guide course.
Reminder: Students will be added throughout the week of February 3rd into their course(s) and they will receive an email letting them know when they have been added. Be sure to check your junk mail.
Please do not contact the office for details.
The Virtual Learning Centre will be joining the conversation about mental health on January 29th, Bell's Let's Talk Day.
Semester 2 begins February 3rd.
Timetables and teaching assignments will not be available until courses begin throughout the week of February 3, 2020.
Students will receive emails when courses begin. Login credentials will be included in these emails.