Year-End Trustee Newsletter - June 2016
Please take some time to read the following newsletter provided by out Board of Trustees
Get Ready Program
Students registered for Grade 9, September 2016, are encouraged to attend Cabot's Get Ready Program August 23, 24, 25 & 30, 31. Thank you to those already registered. Please contact our Guidance Department for more information.
Report Card Pickup - Thurs. June 30th - 8 to 10am - Front Entrance
Grade 9 Registration Information:
Registration Packages are now available for the 2016/2017 school year. Please visit our Guidance Department at John Cabot Catholic S.S., anytime Monday to Friday, between 7:45am and 3:30pm, to pick up a package.
Wise Use News...
The latest edition of Wise Use News, published by the Energy Sub-committee of Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. This edition has a focus on school energy management -containing information on school energy reports, real-time energy monitoring in secondary schools, and tips and best practices for energy conservation in our schools. At the end of the newsletter, an update on utility costs is provided for your information.
Wise Use News February 2016.pdf
The Fall/Winter edition of The Clarion - can be found by clicking here
Cabot Newsletter - "The Clarion":
Read about the wide variety of activities happening at John Cabot through the latest edition of our community newsletter
Information regarding Bus Cancellations or School Closures
Please find out how the Board will communicate information regarding bus cancellations or school closures due to winter weather at this link.
SHSM in Business @ Cabot:
John Cabot is proud of our Specialist High Skills Major in Business. For more information please click here.
Health and Physical Education Curriculum:
A message regarding the revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum can be found here.
Say NO to Bullying @ Cabot:
To promote a positive school community, this Online Reporting Tool has been created so students who become aware of bullying incidents or other negative behaviours that impact the school environment can report them.
When you fill out this form, you are not required to provide your name or any other information that identifies you. If the information is provided anonymously, it may be dealt with in a general way, as there may be no means to respond specifically if limited information is provided.
In some cases, if you are identifiable based on the information provided, the school principal/vice-principal may approach you to provide more information on a confidential basis. If you choose to identify yourself in the reporting process, the principal and/or vice-principal may follow up directly with you.
In order to access the online reporting tool please click this link.