Posted January 8, 2018
Grade 8 students from our feeder schools and their parents are welcome to attend Cameron Heights Information Night on Tuesday January 16th at 7:00 pm. Students from Laurentian, Queensmount and Courtland will learn about courses and programs for high school. We hope to see all of our future Golden Gaels!
Posted December 22, 2017
Dear Parents and Caregivers, Once again, we are sending families important information about opioid-related drug overdoses and urging you to speak with your children about staying safe. On December 2, 2017, Waterloo Regional Police Services reported that 65 people in our region died as a result of a suspected overdose. This is a 71 per […]
Posted December 13, 2017
It is with a very heavy heart that the Cameron Heights Collegiate community mourns the loss of Mr. Kelly Free. Mr. Free has been a valuable member of the Cameron Heights custodial team. During his 30 year career with the WRDSB, Mr Free worked in many sites: Eastwood Collegiate, Huron Heights SS, and Glencairn PS to mention a few. Daily, Mr. Free worked to ensure that our school community was ready for students and staff. His 70’s music and earphones always brought a smile to our faces. Mr. Free will be sadly missed.
Along with our Guidance Counsellors and Administrators, members of the WRDSB’s Critical Events Response Team were on site today to support our staff and students.
Please check in with your child at home in the days to come. If you have any concerns about your child, please do not hesitate to contact me at the school to discuss support.
Posted December 8, 2017
CIBPA will meet on Tuesday December 12th at 7 pm in A202. All IB parents and students are welcome to attend.
Posted December 7, 2017
Please see activities page for more information
Posted December 5, 2017
The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence begin on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25 and end on International Human Rights Day on December 10.
They also include the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on December 6. The 16 Days of Activism is a time to both reflect on violence against women and to take action to end it.
This year’s theme, #MYActionsMatter, is a call to action that asks everyone to take concrete steps to question, call out, and speak up against acts of gender-based violence (GBV). Recently, public attention has shone a light on what statistics have long confirmed: women in Canada and around the world continue to face disproportionate levels of violence each and every day. In response to this all-too-familiar reality #MYActionsMatter asks the question: what will you do?
GBV involves the use and abuse of power and control over another person and is perpetrated against someone based on their gender identity, gender expression or perceived gender. Violence against women and girls is one form of GBV. It also has a disproportionate impact on LGBTQ2 and gender non-binary people.
Cameron Heights will have activities and information tables set up in the foyer at lunch on Wednesday, December 6th.
For more information, visit the Status of Women Canada website.
Posted November 28, 2017
High school students participate in two EQAO tests – a math test in Grade 9 and a literacy test in Grade 10. We not only want to help our students do their best, but also feel confident and prepared leading up to these tests. Check out this video to learn what EQAO testing means for […]