A message from Mr. Illman
They are trying to save water fleas to protect lake biodiversity, using silver nanoparticles to create antimicrobial bandages and finding fabrics less likely to transmit hospital-acquired diseases. And May 14-21, they also brought home medals from the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Montreal.
Kindergarten Grad Photos will be taken on Wednesday, May 25 first thing! Photo Day Tips from Edge Imaging We know you have a lot going on during the busy back to school season. To help you prepare for your school photo day, here are some … Read more about Kindergarten Grad Photos
Sir William Osler Grade 8 Graduation is a very exciting time for our Grade 8 students and their families.The Graduation Committee, in cooperation with all staff, are working to plan an event that will best meet the needs of all involved. We anticipate that Tuesday, … Read more about Grade 8 Graduation
On Friday, May 27th SWO students in grades 1-8 will be participating in a Vow of Silence to raise money for Free the Children. This organization builds furnished schools for communities and delivers youth programs that aim to educate and empower students. By donating $2 … Read more about “We Are Silent” Campaign
Community and Continuing Education (CCE) is pleased to work with our school partners to offer summer programs to support our students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 10.To learn more about a specific program or to register, please click on its name below. CCE 2016 Summer … Read more about 2016 HWDSB Summer Programs
Come out this Saturday from 8 a.m to 11 a.m to the Dr. Spencer Valley Osfest Garage Sale in support of the Red Cross. Grade 7 students from Osler and student leaders from DVSS will be at Dundas Valley Secondary School selling amazing merchandise for … Read more about Osfest Garage Sale
Watch: Human Rights Fuels DVSS Vision
Dundas Valley Secondary School Principal Em Del Sordo delivers an inspirational speech that puts human rights at the focal point of student learning and school destiny. The open house and ribbon cutting ceremony focused less on bricks and mortar, instead choosing big ideas as the foundational building blocks for their school vision.