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INCLEMENT WEATHER – Winter weather is here which may cause disruption and cancellation of School Transportation.

Please read the letter below for further details

Inclement Weather Letter 2019-2020

STEO inclement weather bus cancellation memo – CDSBEO

Methods of Communicating Bus Cancellations


Yearbooks are now available for Pre-Order $45.00! Purchase through Cash On Line or visit Mrs. Minnema in the Library to order your copy!

Yearbooks can be pre ordered anytime from Mrs. Minnema in the Library Room 212, or via Cash On Line!


Open Doors is Hosting Parent Information Evenings: Parenting your Anxious Child, on Wednesday, January 8th, 2020 & Parent Info Night Parenting Your Pre-Teen on January 22nd, 2020. Space is limited and pre-regsitration is required!

For more information please click on the flyers below.

Parenting Your Pre Teen – January 22 – CP


Hour of Code 2019

Tuesday December 10th was St. John’s annual HOUR OF CODE. The theme for this year’s Hour of Code is “Computer Science for Good”. A total of 221 students from St. John Elementary, St. Francis de Sales, Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Edwards participated in workshops throughout the day. The workshops were facilitated by our intermediate students. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a great success! 

     


Teacher Labour Relations Information – UPDATE

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation, OSSTF, has served notice of strike action outlining a full withdrawal of services in the form of a one-day walkout on Wednesday, December 11, 2019.  Please be aware this does not affect or involve teachers at the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario. CDSBEO teachers are represented by OECTA, who are currently still provincially negotiating. Therefore, there is currently no job action within CDSBEO schools and we will inform parents immediately if anything changes.

Thank you,

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario


Write 4 Rights Friday December 13th

WHAT IS​ WRITE FOR RIGHTS?

Sometimes a letter can change someone’s life. That’s the premise of Write for Rights, Amnesty Internationals  global letter-writing campaign. We’ve been​ doing it for 17 years and today, it’s the world’s​ biggest human rights event.​

Every December, people across the globe write​ millions of letters for those whose basic human​ rights are being attacked.​ They are people like you, continuing a long​ tradition of writing letters to right some of the​ world’s biggest wrongs.​

So this Friday, December 13th lets help change a persons life for the better and change the world while we are at it!  LETTERS CAN SAVE LIVES!

For more information please see the link below.

https://writeathon.ca/


MCCARTHY’S UNIFORM STORE IS CLOSED TODAY! Normal operating hours next week!


INCLEMENT WEATHER – Winter weather is here which may cause disruption and cancellation of School Transportation.

Please read the letter below for further details

Inclement Weather Letter 2019-2020

STEO inclement weather bus cancellation memo – CDSBEO

Methods of Communicating Bus Cancellations


If you are looking to get your high school diploma or if your career goals have changed consider E- Learning Courses

Please reach out to us.  We can develop a plan to help you meet these goals as we want to ensure you are getting the courses you need for your pathway via the 45 different online courses available. Our next session starts November 1st.  If you are interested in registering, please email elearning@cdsbeo.on.ca or call us at 613-284-2613We look forward to hearing from you!


The CDSBEO, in partnership with MLI Homestay, is currently seeking families to host international students ranging from Grades 7-12.

There are opportunities to host students for short-term stays, for one semester, or for the whole school year.  MLI Homestay will pay a supplemental fee to compensate for costs associated with hosting a student.

Whether you have children at the elementary or high school level it could be a very fulfilling experience for all ages.  Hosting an international student is a unique way to share our culture and local communities, while learning about international cultures and customs from these students.

If you are interested in this rewarding opportunity, please contact Cindy LaRocque, with the International Education Program at 613-284-2613.


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