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Grade 7 & 8 Open House and Information Night - Rescheduled!
Get Ready for Secondary School Summer Program 2022
Ministry of Education Update for eLearning
On February 1, 2022 the Ministry of Education issued the Policy and Procedures Memorandum (PPM 167) regarding the Online learning graduation requirement.
Beginning with the cohort of students who entered Grade 9 in the 2020-21 school year, all students must earn a minimum of two online learning credits as part of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma unless they have been opted out or exempted in accordance with the processes described in the memorandum (PPM167).
Adult learners entering the Ontario secondary school system in 2023-24 or later will also be required to meet this graduation requirement unless they opt themselves out of the requirement in accordance with the processes described in this memorandum.
The complete memorandum can be accessed in the link provided herein, for your perusal. Policy/Program Memorandum 167
order to opt out of the online learning graduation requirement, please complete the attached form and return to your Guidance Counsellor. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Costigan in the Student Services Office. Deadline is May 31st. Opt-out form-eLearning-DPCDSB (1).pdf
All students who are considering eLearning courses, please visit https://www3.dpcdsb.org/programs-services/elearning for some of the following frequently asked questions:
- What is eLearning (online graduation requirement) and how does it differ from other course types?
- What are the benefits of online/eLearning?
- What are programs or course deliveries that would not be eligible for the online learning graduation requirement?
For a list of courses that will be available in 2022-23 please visit https://www3.dpcdsb.org/programs-services/elearning/getting-started
Students are encouraged to review the 'Steps' to considering eLearning and speak to their Guidance Counsellor for more information and registration information.
St. Paul Newsletter - Spring 2022 Edition
The spring issue of the St. Paul Newsletter is now available
Newsletter St. Paul March 2022.pdf
Trustee's Newsletter - January 2022 Edition
The Trustee's Newsletter is now available. You can read the digital copy: Mario Pascucci and Bruno Iannicca Newsletter January 2022.pdf
St. Paul Newsletter - Winter 2021 Edition
The winter issue of the St. Paul newsletter is now available
Newsletter St Paul December 1 2021.pdf
Grade 8 Virtual Open House - November 18, 2021
Grade 8 Info Night Flyer 2021 22.pdf
Please read McCarthy Communication May 2021.pdf regarding uniform purchases for the 2021-22 school year.
St. Paul Newsletter - Spring 2021 Edition
The spring issue of the St. Paul newsletter is now available
Newsletter St Paul Spring May 2021.pdf
St. Paul Newsletter - November Edition
Our latest Newsletter is now available!
Newsletter St Paul November 2020 Vol 1 Issue 1.pdf
Support Services Forum
Disturbing images of Anti-Black racism are dominating social media. We know this has had a profound impact on students who are experiencing a range of feelings, including hurt, confusion, and anger.
Students have reached out to ask for an opportunity to connect, talk and be heard about the profound impact of Anti-Black Racism on their lives. To support students at St. Paul Secondary School, Support Services will be hosting a forum on Monday October 26, 2020 at 3:00 pm.
The forum will be facilitated by Child and Youth Workers and Social Workers who are passionate, trained and eager to listen and respond to youth who have been impacted by Anti-Black Racism. The forum will not be recorded. School staff will not be present in an effort to maintain the utmost confidentiality. Students wishing to attend must register and provide contact information as a safety precaution. Please click https://forms.gle/HezmB9QwmTCrmcSbA to register.
Plan of Care Forms
A Plan of Care is a form that contains individualized information on a student with a prevalent medical condition including anaphylaxis, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy and other features. Please complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Main Office by October 7th
Plan of Care - Anaphylaxis.pdf
Plan of Care - Asthma.pdf
Plan of Care - EpilepsySeizures.pdf
Plan of Care - Type 1 Diabetes.pdf
St. Paul School Generated Funds Report
St. Paul School Generate Funds Report.pdf
Ministry of Education New Vision for Education
The following letter has been sent home to students explaining the impact of recent Ministry of Education announcements. Community Information Letter.pdf
Duty To Report
Duty to Report - Children Services.pdf in the DPCDSB
School Cash Online
Fees for teams, clubs, field trips and school events must now be paid using School Cash Online. More information and registration instructions can be found below.
School cash online.pdf
Ministry of Education
A Parent's Guide to 21st Century Learning
Internet Safety Tips for Parents
Electronic Media and the Family
Parent Engagement Websites
These sites contain valuable resources to support parent engagement with their child's learning.
www.abcya.com educational games for kids
www.funbrain.com online educational games, books, and videos for kids of all ages
www.mathgametime.com math games
www.arcademics.com academic skill builders
www.ixl.com (allows 20 free questions a day)
https://newsela.com/ high-interest reading items, free registration, reading level can be changed
https://code.org/ variety of free coding activities
http://gtm.com.blossom.arvixe.com/strict_kakooma links to Kakooma math games, just click on one of the icons and play the corresponding game
http://m.tvokids.com/games/lettertreeabc - "letter tree" game from TVO
http://100wc.net 100 word challenge
http://gmttc.blogspot Global Math Task Twitter Challenge
http://education.microsoft.com Skype in the Classroom
http://iearn.org/circles iEarn Learning Circles