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Who should I contact in Student Services for assistance?

You can reach us by phone at (905)-845-5200 or by fax at (905) 845-9136.
Use the directory below to assist in directing your call.

Guidance Secretary (South Campus)            Mrs. Carol Dougan        douganc@hdsb.ca                   ext. 230
Guidance Secretary (North Campus)             Mrs. Lynda Walker        walkerly@hdsb.ca                   ext. 259


 Position Counselling Role Name E-mail    Extension
 Head of Student Services Grade 12
 Mr. Ryan Ibbott
 ibbottr@hdsb.ca 235
 IB Co-ordinator Year 1/2 IB
 Mr. Steve Lebourveau
lebourveaus@hdsb.ca 234
 Counsellor
 Grade 11 Mrs. Jackie Morris
 morrisj@hdsb.ca 257
 Counsellor/Teacher
 Grade 10Mr. Rick Pascoe
 pascoeri@hdsb.ca 256
 Counsellor 
 Grade 9 Academic and Applied and ESL Students
 Ms. Cate Mistruzzi
 mistruzzina@hdsb.ca 233
            Counsellor  Grade 9 ALP  Ms. Maureen Paci   pacim@hdsb.ca 232


White Oaks has 2 Social Workers supporting students:

Amanda Gonsalves      ext. 236
Jenn Bouskill                ext. 261



Our Student Success teacher is Launa Larlee, she can be reached at ext. 252.

Student Services has an office on both the North (serving Grade 10 and Grade 11) and South campus (serving Grade 9 and Grade 12), each located adjacent to the office.



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