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Ontario Secondary School Literary Test (OSSLT) Documents

In preparation for the OSSLT on March 26, please see the attached student supports titled:

R and W OSSLT Student Tips March 2015
R and W OSSLT Student Tips Mar2015 – Simplified

Parents and students are also encouraged to review the following files:

CHCI Literacy Test Schedule 2015
OSSLT Parent Information March 2015

Grad Corner – Official Release

Cameron Heights Yearbook Grad Corner is here! Grads should visit the site to submit their Baby Photos, Grad Quotes, Grad Survey and Grad Portraits. We will be accepting responses throughout March. Sorry, no late submissions will be accepted.

Grad Photos begin Wed., Feb. 25th!

Book your appointment online at http://www.lifetouch.ca/wwgrads
Information available in the SAC office and the Main Office.
Also, be sure to stay to visit our Yearbook Grad Corner page after March 1 to complete your Grad Survey, Grad Quote or to submit your baby photo.

Categories: Activities

Night of 1,000 Dinners

CHCI’s 9th Annual Night of a Thousand Dinners is coming up fast.

Mark your calendar for this Friday February 27 5:30-8 pm.
Tickets are $15 or 4 for $50

The Night of a Thousand Dinners is an annual charity dinner organised by Cameron’s Roots and Shoots Club to raise funds in support of landmine awareness and landmine clearing.

Spend an evening enjoying eclectic delicious food donated by local businesses, a large silent auction, live music, and a presentation by our special guest speaker, Dr. Alistair D Edgar.
( https://www.balsillieschool.ca/people/alistair-edgar )

Tickets can be purchased at the door or by emailing: nicola_martin@wrdsb.on.ca
brenda_davis-loker@wrdsb.on.ca
or
chcirootsnshoots@gmail.com.

Categories: Activities

Why were our schools closed Friday?

The WRDSB has put in place a frigid temperature threshold in our severe weather procedure primarily for three reasons related to the safety of our students:

1. According to Environment Canada, at -35C exposed skin can freeze within 10 minutes. Environment Canada indicates that in temperatures between -28 to -39 there is a high risk of exposed skin freezing (frostnip or frostbite). This temperature is very unusual for our region and some students may not have the appropriate clothing to protect themselves.

2. Most students will take longer than 10 minutes to walk to school and the bused students may wait for an extended period of time should any bus be delayed.

3. We are unable to guarantee crossing guard service to our students as individual crossing guards have a right to maintain their safety given that they are exposed for extended periods of time in frigid temperatures.

The Education Centre remains open and is fully operational.

Categories: Broadcast

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