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EXAMINATION PROCEDURES FOR STUDENTS
EXAM WEEK SCHEDULE
Students must be in their designated exam room by 8:00each morning. Prayer and Anthem begin at 8:05
Tuesday June 20 2017 Period 1 Exams (E-learning Exams are written today 12-2pm)
Wednesday June 21 2017 Period 2 Exams
Thursday June 22 2017 Period 3 Exams
Friday June 23 2017 Period 4 Exams
Monday June 26 2017 Exam Emergency Day (any postponed exams will be written today)
(Please note: A Scheduled Exam Emergency day is considered the 5th day of the exam schedule. If an Exam Emergency Day is declared by DPCDSB for emergency related or other reasons, or if the school board closes schools or cancels busses for the entire school board due to the emergency, all rescheduled exams will be written on the June 26th Exam Emergency Day. Students who have a postponed exam must make arrangements to be present on the June 26th Exam Emergency Day. If they are absent then may receive a mark of 'zero').
ADDITIONAL DATES TO REMEMBER
Tuesday June 27 2017 Exam Review Day (full day, full uniform, regular bussing)
Wednesday June 28 2017 P.A. Day (Graduation Mass & Ceremony for Grads)
Thursday June 29 2017 P.A. Day (Report Card Distribution: Cafeteria-9:30am to 10:30am)
Friday June 30 2017 P.A. Day
ATTENDANCE AND UNIFORMS DURING EXAMS
-All students are expected to be in full uniform each day of exam week
-If students are late for an exam, extra time may not be granted beyond the finish time.
-A medical note must be submitted for any exam not written due to illness, a call to attendance office is required prior to the start of the exam. A missed exam will result in a grade of zero is a medical note or other documentation is not provided.
-Missed exams due to other reasons must be discussed with school administration and will be rescheduled.
-All busses will depart Iona at 11:30am following exams each day.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON ATTENDANCE, UNIFORMS AND PROTOCOL DURING EXAMS CLICK: General Rules Procedures for students June
Friday June 16
Thursday June 15
Monday June 12
GET READY! for Secondary School for Incoming Grade 9s
Numeracy and Literacy Camp
Monday August 21, 2017 to Wednesday August 30, 2017
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Click for more info and registration form: Iona Numeracy and Literacy Camp
The results for this year's OSSLT are in. Students will be able to check My Blueprint on Monday, June 19 to see whether they passed or failed. Students will be able to pick up their individual formal EQAO reports from the school with their Semester 2 report cards at the end of June.
Graduation Gowns distributed in Guidance
Guest Tickets distributed after the
Graduation Mass June 28th.
To all parents and guardians of the Iona community. Please note to following letter from the Director of DPCDSB regarding the book and Netflix series 13 Reasons Why
To view the letter click: 13 Reasons Why Secondary Community Letter May 2017
Letter from Ms. Faraone: Use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) at School and Student Agreement Form
Bus Cancellation Due to Inclement Weather:
In the event that Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board cancels all school buses due to inclement weather, all missed assignments, tests, culminating tasks, Math EQAO and OSSLT (Literacy Test) and any other assessment activities will be rescheduled.
Parents and Guardians Please Note:
In order to receive electronic communications from Iona you are asked to sign the following consent form and return it to the front office if you have not already done so.
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) - Consent Form
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation - Information
Are You Ticked? Make sure your school support designation is English Separate (Catholic). It's a powerful message in support of Catholic Education. On October 27th, you will cast your vote for Catholic school trustee in the Municipal elections. Make your vote count by ensuring you are registered as an English Separate school supporter. When you designate yourself as an English Separate school supporter, you help foster a strong political voice, through your elected representative (Trustee), in ensuring your rights to a Catholic education for young people in our province.
To verify that you are registered as an English Separate school supporter: Check the assessment section of your Tax Bill or Property Assessment Notice; and check your Voter Card received by mail during the month of May.