Are you a young woman or a parent of young woman who is in Grade 9, 10 or 11? Are you unsure of your future career path? Then this event is for you! We invite you to attend our†4th Build a Dream event.†
It's no secret that parents are the most important influence in a child's education. So it shouldn't come as any surprise that educators are turning to parents to help boost academic achievement Ė especially in the subject area of mathematics.
Choosing a career can be a daunting task for families, so we joined forces with Workforce WindsorEssex to make those decisions much simpler. The Career Toolkit is a comprehensive guide for parents and students which enables students to achieve their career dreams.
The purpose of the 40 hrs of community involvement requirement is to encourage students to develop an awareness and understanding of civic responsibility and the contributions they can make in supporting and strengthening their communities.
More than bricks and mortar, itís the people who selflessly give of themselves who truly define a school community, making learning both memorable and meaningful for the children who become part of its fabric.
Payton Morand, a Grade 8 student at St. William Catholic Elementary has immersed herself in the school's faith-filled atmosphere since enrolling there in 2014. She was recently confirmed and honoured at the school's Holy Thursday mass.
WECDSB Chair Barb Holland says the capital consolidation funding allows the the board to focus its resources on innovative new programs for students, and is a validation of all the hard work we've gone through to reduce excess capacity.
At its November 24, 2015 meeting , the WECDSB approved a recommendation to launch accommodation review studies in Amherstburg, Leamington, and West Windsor. Click here to find out all the information you need regarding this process.