Welcome to O'Donel 2018-2019!
O’Donel High School is the home of the Patriots. We have been proudly serving Mount Pearl and surrounding communities since 1985. We have approximately 700 students and 50 teaching and support staff working with us each year. O’Donel High School provides an extensive curriculum, including both English and late French Immersion programs. Our home of the Patriots has a rich tradition of community involvement and student excellence. Thank you for visiting our updated website and please drop back as we are adding more each day. You may contact the main office through email@example.com or call (709)364-5305.
- New Bus Routes: click here to see the new bus routes.
- Please Read the Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement. Parents/Guardians and Students are required to complete an updated agreement for each child and each school year. Please complete the following form (CLICK HERE).
- PLEASE NOTE: Use the following LINK to access and fill out the Computer Room Sign-In Form for Room 104. This form must be filled in before you can use any computer.
- PLEASE NOTE: Use the following LINK to access and fill out the Computer Room Sign-In Form for the LRC. This form must be filled in before you can use any computer.
- Curriculum Night: Sept 20 6:30 pm
- Update your email by contacting ODonelOffice@gmail.com
O'Donel High School Assessment Policy
Chartwells Cafeteria Menu
New Detention Policy
It is crucial that students be in their classes in order to maximize learning and achievement. Here at O’Donel High School we are dedicated to ensuring that students are in their classes and that instructional time is preserved. Therefore, we take punctuality seriously and will be setting consequences for students who are late for their classes.
Lateness is monitored over a two-week period (Monday to Friday and Monday to Friday). If a student receives three or more late slips over a two-week period, then they will be assigned a 30 minute detention. This procedure was used last year and we achieved really positive results. However, there were some students who routinely chose to be late on multiple occasions knowing that they would only have to serve a 30 minute detention.
NEW THIS YEAR
Students who are chronically and consistently late will have an additional consequence. Three detentions for lateness will lead to an automatic 1-day out of school suspension.