Welcome to Student Services at All Saints!

myBlueprint Course Planner will be launched by end of day on February 5, 2018 to allow students to go in and make their course selections for next school year 2018-19.  If you need assistance with how to make your selections, watch the "Student Course Selection Demo" video at the following link:
After completing your course selection, be sure to print off the "Sign Off" sheet, have it signed by a parent, and return it to Student Services by March 5, 2018.

PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS COURSE SELECTION INFORMATION EVENING
This important and annual event for parents of students entering grades 9 - 12 takes place on Thursday, January 18, 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
There will be grade level presentations, information about specialized programs and subject displays in the Atrium as well as kiosks of outside resources.
Please see the attached Pathways to Success information flyer at the bottom of this page.  To see a PowerPoint slide presentation for each grade level, please open the attached pdf slideshows listed at the bottom of this page.


TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK DAY

Take Our Kids To Work Day is coming on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.  Every student in  grade 9 across Ontario should be attending a workplace with a parent or guardian, aunt or uncle, family friend, older brother or sister, or other.  Students are not expected to be in attendance at the school.  Permission forms are being distributed to homeroom teachers.  Students should return the form no later than Wednesday, October 25.  

Important Information Regarding Summer School and Upgrading Course Marks:  The The Ministry of Ontario has clarified the procedure to use regarding summer school 'upgrading' of courses. "If a student has passed a credit course, and wishes to retake it during the regular academic year to upgrade his or her mark, the student is required to take a 110 hour course. This same policy applies if the student is retaking the course through summer school. As outlined in Ontario Schools, http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/policy/os/index.html, p. 84, “Summer school credit courses must fulfil the same credit requirements as courses offered during the regular school year, including the requirement that each one credit course be scheduled for 110 hours.”  This policy ensures that a student in summer school has covered the material needed to warrant the upgraded mark. It is also fairer to students applying for post secondary entrance."  Note that this process does not apply to students doing credit recovery, because they failed a course. 

For information and help with Family Counselling, please contact Ottawa Family Services at  613-725-3601 ext. 207 or visit www.familyservicesottawa.org

 

Driver’s Education Program at All Saints CHS 

·    Register on line at www.ocsb.ca

·    Click on the “Programs” tab, then on “Drivers Education”:  This page will provide you with all the information about the program and an Online Registration form.  Or you can download a hard copy to mail or fax.

Eligibility:  Students must be 16 years of age and have a G1 license prior to the start of the program

Program:

§   20 hours classroom instruction

§   20 hours of group in-car instruction – 10 hours behind-the-wheel and 10 hours of observation

§   10 hours at home assignments







Educational Exchange Programs

Canadian Educational Exchange Foundation
www.ceef.ca

MEI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY
www.meiacademy.com




 

 

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