Please click letter to parents 13 Reasons Why May 2017 pdf to view an important letter for parents regarding concerns that some mental health professionals have expressed about a recent Netflix series that your child may be watching, “13 Reasons Why”.
Please book an appointment with your guidance counsellor to register for summer school if you plan on taking an online course or co-op this summer 2017.
There will be no mobile shopping event in August this year. Appointment bookings, and through the In School Shop’s regular scheduled hours, are the only in-person purchasing methods.
We would like to thank you for your partnership as we continue to transition to the era of McCarthy Uniforms. We have spent a great deal of time speaking to the school community to identify areas where McCarthy Uniforms can continue to effectively meet your school uniform shopping needs. As a result, our first initiative is to re-develop the traditional “Mobile Show” and design it to be a more customer-centric and streamlined solution for outfitting a student. We are pleased to introduce Appointment Booking Events which will run on select dates at your school in May.
|Your school’s Appointment Event dates are as follows: DATE :||TIME:|
|Monday, May 1||4:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Monday, May 8||4:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Monday, May 15||4:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Wednesday, May 24||4:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Monday, May 29||4:00pm – 7:00pm|
|* You may also book appointments in May during regular store hours Mondays 11:00am-3:00pm|
Advantages of Appointment Bookings:
Appointment bookings are convenient, practical, and cost-saving!
Avoid wait times! Choose the time that is convenient for you. During your appointment, a dedicated member of our customer service team will be providing you with one-on-one service to assist you with fitting needs and answer any questions you may have.
Shopping early ensures greater product availability. Any out of stock items will be placed on backorder and will be delivered to your home at no extra shipping charge. Backorders will be shipped in advance of the first day of school.
Take advantage of our exclusive promotion that is only available through appointment bookings! Save 20% with minimum purchase of package of five tops, three bottoms, and two sweaters.
Please call 1 800 668-8261 or go online at www.mccarthyuniforms.ca to book an appointment.
Please click Appointment Booking – HOLY TRINITY (CORNWALL)- INFO for further information.
Earn a Dual Credit.
Students participate in post-secondary courses, earning credits that count towards their high school diploma (OSSD), and their post-secondary diploma or apprenticeship certification.
Benefits of Dual Credits:
- Assist in completion of your OSSD
- Help you explore college programs and career options
- Ease your transition from secondary to college
- Give you a head start on your future post-secondary path
Who can take a Dual Credit?
Grade 11, 12, or 5th year student who:
- Are unsure of a pathway beyond secondary school
- Would benefit from a college or apprenticeship experience
- May need learning opportunities outside the school setting
Students can earn up to four Dual Credits with no cost! Tuition, textbooks, and support for transportation are covered by the program.
See Mr. Dionne in the Co-op office for more information.
The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario is currently accepting International Students for the Fall of 2017. The school board in partnership with MLI Homestay is seeking families to host international students ranging from Grades 7-12. Hosting an international student is a unique way to share our culture and local communities, while learning about international culture and customs from these students. Whether you have children at the Elementary or High School level it could be a very fulfilling experience for all ages. You will be paid a monthly fee from MLI Homestay for hosting these students to compensate you for the costs associated with hosting.
More information about the Homestay Program can be found on the MLI website at www.mlihomestay.com under Be a Homestay.
If you are interested in this rewarding opportunity please contact either the CDSBEO International Education Program or MLI Homestay:
Cindy LaRocque Kristi Ash
Secretary National Homestay Manager
CDSBEO International Education Program MLI Homestay
Phone 613-284-2613 Phone: 1-888-623-6216 ext. 515
Renewing the Promise: Exploring the Critical Role of Catholic Education in Contemporary Society
We want to hear from you about Catholic education in Ontario! “Renewing the Promise” is a dialogue for everyone.
Your input about Catholic education in Ontario – the way it fulfills its mandate as well as the challenges and opportunities of the present moment – will help to guide us for the future.
You can offer your ideas and input on-line through ThoughtExchange. Log in to:
http://signup.thotex.com/iceont/Pyv to participate. ThoughtExchange will provide background information and three open-ended questions that you answer anonymously. When the survey closes, responses will be sorted into themes. You will then be invited to look at emerging themes and prioritize them, locally and provincially.
You are also invited to attend an evening information session where your Catholic Education Coalition will outline the campaign; we will engage in conversation about Catholic Education; and you will have an opportunity to share your ideas in person and online as part of the Thoughtexchange process.
St. Joseph C.S.S
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Come on out and Join the conversation!
Please RSVP by contacting the school at 613-936-0319 ext. 120 and leaving a message for Lauren Webster, Chaplain at Holy Trinity Secondary School by Friday, May 5, 2017.
Your ideas will provide important input for a gathering of the Catholic community later in the year on the theme of Renewing the Promise.
When the process is completed, results and analysis will be available on a designated public website. Catholic Education Week 2018 will be the occasion to celebrate all that we learned.
Please join the dialogue!
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit and the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, in collaboration with the CDSBEO and UCDSB, is offering a free public information session for parents to learn about counterfeit prescription opioids, including fentanyl, overdose response, prevention and education. Please join us on Monday May 8th at St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School at 6:00p.m. for this free session. All are welcome.
For a complete list of sessions happening across Eastern Ontario, please visit www.cdsbeo.on.ca/fentanyl.
Josh has accepted an offer to play basketball for the Ottawa U Gee-Gees next year. Josh will be studying Sociology. Please click here for the Gee-Gees picture welcoming Josh.