A Fitting Career in Plumbing Through CO-OP(Comments Off)
by Tyson Schieckoff Co-op has helped me through grades 11 and 12 to become a success in many different ways. I started Co-op in grade 11 and worked at C.R. Masonry. It was at this… Continue Reading A Fitting Career in Plumbing Through CO-OPFull Story»
Elementary Intermediate students in Avon Maitland are gearing up for the first ever D&D Automation’s “Awesome Battle of the Bots” next month in Stratford. This competition, which involves groups of students building and programming a… Continue Reading Get Ready for D&D’s Awesome Battle of the Bots!
The Avon Maitland Parent Involvement Committee invites you to an evening presentation ‘Creating Pathways to Success: Individual Pathways Planning and All About Me’ on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Maitland Room… Continue Reading Creating Pathways to Success – An Opportunity for Parents
Clinton Public School teachers Lori Stevens, grade 7 and Nancy Bicknell, grade 3, wanted to find a way to help their students better understand the character attribute compassion. After much discussion the two thought that… Continue Reading Understanding Compassion at Clinton Public School
On Tuesday, January 13, 2015 students entering grade 1 in September 2015 and parents interested in the French Immersion Program in Stratford are invited to either of two information sessions beginning at 5:00 PM. They… Continue Reading French Immersion Information Night 2015
When I first started Co-op last year, I was a bit skeptical on where I would go and how it would work and affect my other classes. I was new to Co-op and enrolled in… Continue Reading CO-OP and Dual Credit Equals Success
“It takes a community to raise a child”, is a proverb that rings especially true in rural Ontario. Little Falls Public School realized that it also takes a child to help shape a community. At… Continue Reading Little Falls Passport to Community Partners
During the first annual Choosin’ Inclusion Symposium, held at the Stratford Rotary Centre, Student Trustee Kaitlinn Shaw of Stratford Northwestern Secondary School delivered an amazing and uplifting speech on inclusive education. She made such an… Continue Reading Inclusive Education by Kaitlinn Shaw
Specialized transportation school bus drivers, monitors and operator staff took part in an Emergency Evacuation training program during School Bus Safety Week last week at the Murphy School Bus Yards in Mitchell. This program is… Continue Reading HPSTS Emergency Training Week
Kindergarten is one of the most important milestones in a child’s life. Kindergarten Registration begins next week and we recognize there are many parents of young children who want to know more about their child’s… Continue Reading Welcome to Kindergarten!