Welcome to Student Services at All Saints!

ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OFFERING SUMMER CAMPS!:  

Below is the website for the Algonquin College summer camp information for students who may be interested.  Campers must be between 12 and 17 years of age.

The camp website is: Algonquincollege.com/camps  

For further information, you may contact Sylvia Densmore at densmos@algonquincollege.com


New! Event Planning Step by Step Camp

Do you like to organize activities for your friends, run sports events, plan fundraisers, put together ceremonies, parties and events at school, or in the community?   Event planning step-by-step will provide campers with the opportunity to learn  tricks of trade to make planning easy and fun.   Campers will collaborate with the culinary and baking campers to create, plan and run a graduation luncheon and ceremony!  Parents and guests will be welcome to attend the event on Friday from 12 noon – 2 pm.

Beauty & Style CamP

For those interested in the world of beauty and style. Utilizing tricks of the trade, students are introduced to practical skills to achieve fun and fashionable styles through makeup, nail and hair designs.

Cake Boss Camp

Create impressive decorations and learn the proper techniques of baking and icing preparation, torting and icing a cake. Your instructor shows you the right way to decorate, step by step, so that you experience the excitement of successfully decorating cakes. You also practice the three fundamentals of decorating, enabling you to approach each technique the right way for great results. In addition, you'll decorate cookies and cupcakes too!

Culinary Reality Series Camp

So 'you think you can COOK?' Savour your samplers in our Culinary Reality Series! Experience a week-in-the-life of a Junior Chef by exploring the art of cooking - learn the basics of food preparation using a variety of cooking methods as well as creative ways to prepare and garnish your dishes. From The Pastry Chefs Apprentice to Culinary Idols Visit Asia - each day expert Chefs with international flare will lead you through an 'Amazing Culinary Race' in our state-of-the art kitchens!


Summer School Driver's Education Information

Registration for 2019 Beginner Driver's Ed Program will be available in May.  The cost is $705.12 including HST.  There will be 20 hours of in-class instruction beginning July 2 - 5, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at All Saints and 10 hours of at home assignments.  Students will begin their 20 hours of group in-car instruction after completing the in-class instruction.  Students must be 16 years of age and have a valid G1 licence in order to register in the program.  For more information and to access the registration, go to http://conted.ocsb.ca/youth-programs/youth-de or students may pick up an information flyer in Student Services.


SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

OCSB Summer School information and registration is now available in Student Services.  There are In class courses, on line courses, Skills Builder courses for

students currently in grade 6, 7 or 8, as well as SHSM Summer Coop for student currently in grade 11 going into grade 12.  Registration runs until June 28, 

however, courses fill very quickly so don't delay in getting registered!  For more information, please visit:  https://www.ocsb.ca/conted-summer-school/


The Ottawa Carleton District School Board has published their Summer School course offerings for eLearning, in-Class, Credit Recovery and Coop on their

 website.  eLearning registration forms are now available in Student Services.  In-class registration forms will be available beginning Monday, April 8.  Coop

 registration is ongoing until May 24.  Immersion Civics and Careers students should note that CHV2OI and GLC2OI is ONLY offering in the public board as an

 inclass or online course.  Our board does not offer it in French.  Please check the website for further information regarding all of these programs and more 

at:  https://www.ocdsb.ca/continuing_education/summer_school_programs  All classes tend to fill quickly, so do not delay in registering yourself.



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/

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





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