Parent Resources

Student accident insurance is available for purchase, on a voluntary basis, through Reliable Life Insurance Company.

The research says, you can help your child reach his or her full potential at school by being actively involved in your child's learning. Whenever you have a few minutes, ask your child what happened today in the classroom and on the playground. Take a look at our booklet (available in many languages, for more helpful hints

  • After School Literacy and Numeracy Support Program for Students Grades 7 - 12

The Continuing Education Department is conducting after school Literacy & Numeracy Support Programs for students in Grades 7 - 12. The Literacy & Numeracy Programs provide assistance to students who need help in all subjects with a specific focus on English, Math, Science, and the Social Sciences. These programs are staffed by qualified Instructors. Students can drop in when it fits their schedule and the program is free. Students are required to bring their Ontario Education Number (OEN) for each session. OENs can be found at the top of the student's report card. The programs begin the week of Tuesday, September 13th. For information regarding the 10 locations, dates, and times, please visit Homework Help Ottawa. For more information, call Continuing Education at (613) 239-2620.

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