Welcome to Student Services at All Saints!


Course Selection season for school year 2019/20 is beginning!  Parents are invited to attend our "Pathways to Success" Course Selection Information Evening on Thursday, January 17, 2019, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.  Doors open at 5:00.  Please see the ad flyer attached below for more information about presentations and resources.  For those who missed the presentation, please see below a pdf of each grade presentation for your information.  The deadline for students to submit their course selection in myBlueprint and hand in their Sign-off Sheet to Student Services is Monday, March 4, 2019.

myBlueprint Course Planner: "Student Course Selection Demo" video at the following link:

For the Parent Guide to High School Course Selection, go to:   http://ocsb.ca/hs-parent-guide/

The "Grade 6 into 7 Parent Information Meeting" will take place on Thursday, February 28, 2019, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.  Doors open at 5:30 with presentations beginning at 6:00 p.m.  Parents of students currently in grade 6 at each of our feeder schools, as well as any families living within the All Saints boundary are invited to attend.

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Winter 2019 Night School Program:  High school students wishing to take a Night School course with the public board are invited to come to Student Services to collect and information flyer with course offerings.  Registration runs from January 21 to February 15, 2019.  Courses begin February 21 and finish May 28.  

 

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



STUDY AND GO ABROAD
Canada's largest international university and student travel expo will be hosting a free information seminar on Saturday, March 2, 2019 in Montreal at the Palais des Congres from noon until 5:00.  More information is available at www.studyandgoabroad.com.

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





Educational Exchange Programs

Canadian Educational Exchange Foundation
www.ceef.ca

MEI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY
www.meiacademy.com




 

 

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