Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)

The OSSLT will be written on Thursday, March 30 by all of our grade 10 students and some senior students. Here is the schedule for the day:

 

  1. Grade 9 students will have all 4 of their their regular classes at their regular times.
  2. Grade 10 students will write the OSSLT all morning and will have regular afternoon classes.
  3. Grade 11 and 12 students will only have their P3 and P4 classes in the afternoon (no morning classes).
  4. Buses will run at the usual times.

 

Students writing the OSSLT need to be in their designated rooms ready to start no later than 8:55 am. Senior students will only be able to be in the cafeteria during the morning if they are at the school.

Save The Date . . . Wednesday, March 22

There are two events on the evening of Wednesday, March 22 that you may want  to attend.

 

  1. Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the CHSS cafeteria. Parents/guardians are encouraged to attend and to make scheduled appointments by having your child(ren) book your times with their teachers while in class between now and then.
  2. Parent Advisory Council will meet at 7:30 pm in the CHSS library. All parents/guardians of CHSS students are welcome to participate in this advisory group.

I hope we will see you at both of these events. In the meantime . . . enjoy the March Break!

Interim Reports

Semester Two interim reports have been mailed out. An interim report has been created for all grade 9 students and for those students in grades 10, 11, and 12 for whom at least one of their teachers has concerns about their academic achievement. Therefore, parents/guardians should not be concerned if an interim report does not show up in the mail. Whether or not your child receives an interim report, you are encouraged to come to Semester Two Parent-Teacher Interview Night on Wednesday, March 22 from 6 – 8 pm in our cafeteria. All parents should know who teaches their children and all students are benefitted when their teachers and parents are working together to support their academic success.