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Ryan Edwards-Kiss

Final Evaluations

Semester Two final evaluations will begin on Thursday, June 22. All students should already know their final evaluation schedules and their teachers will be telling them what they need to do to prepare. All of our classes will have a final evaluation during the final evaluation period. Here is the final evaluation schedule:

 

Thursday, June 22     1:00 – 3:00 pm      Period 1 classes

Friday, June 23          9:00 – 11:00 am     Period 2 classes

Monday, June 26       9:00 – 11:00 am     Period 3 classes

Tuesday, June 27       9:00 – 11:00 am     Period 4 classes

 

Also, the AMDSB has directed that all students who have been issued iPads and/or Chromebooks must return them to us before the end of this semester. Students in grades 9, 10, and 11 will be given clear instructions about this and we expect to have all of these devices returned to CHSS by no later than the end of final evaluations. Any questions about this new policy can be directed to the CHSS administration by phoning the school.

Posted By:

George McEwan

Grieving Our Loss . . .

The collective light that shines from the CHSS community has been greatly dimmed by the passing of one of our brightest, Tanner Steffler. Tanner possessed a very strong intellect that his teachers enjoyed very much. His friends were many and they were true . . . Tanner welcomed so many into his social circle with a warm smile and a big heart. Our deepest condolences go to Tanner’s family . . . he will be missed so much by so many here at CHSS.

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George McEwan

Posted By:

Tristan Rhoads

Posted By:

Tristan Rhoads

May Events

Midterm reports were mailed out last week and everyone should have theirs at home by this time. If parents have not yet received a midterm report for each of their children who attend CHSS, they should call the school to request that another one be printed for them. If anyone has questions about the midterm results, they are also encouraged to phone the school to arrange to meet with one or more teachers.

Spring sports are in full swing. Boys and girls junior and senior soccer teams have enjoyed about half of their schedules while the track and field athletes are primed and ready for next week’s Huron Pert Meet in Clinton. Badminton Phoenix made it to WOSSAA in both junior and senior womens doubles!

Congratulations to our Envirothon Team for winning the Huron Perth championship! The team will travel to Peterborough in late May with Ms. Ross-Holton to represent our region at the provincial competition.

Posted By:

George McEwan

Posted By:

Tristan Rhoads

Posted By:

George McEwan

Doodle 4 Google Canada

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Doodle 4 Google Canada is a national contest inviting students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 to redesign the logo for the Google.ca homepage for a day

Google is doing a contest for Canadian students to create a “doodle” (the different logos that the Google homepage displays on special days) based on “what the next 150 years will look like” for Canada. This is a wonderful opportunity for any student willing to put forward an effort, and the prizes offer a scholarship to the Winning Student and a Technology Award for their school. More information can be found at this link!

Posted By:

Tristan Rhoads

Posted By:

Tristan Rhoads