A letter to our community:

Today a group of protesters displayed graphic anti-abortion materials near our school, but off of school property.

We understand that this group planned to visit several schools in the Hamilton area.

Of course, we live in a community with diverse opinions and political expression is important.

We wanted to let you know because some students may be concerned about the images and information the group shared.

You may wish to have a family discussion regarding today’s protest.

Sincerely,
Mr Barry Smith
Principal

News

Parent Tool Kit: What Parents Can Do To Help Their Teens Succeed

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The Council of Ontario Directors of Education has developed this Parent Tool Kit: Teen Edition to help parents support and encourage teens.The support that you currently provide your child continues to play a major role in your teens success in school and the years to … Read more about Parent Tool Kit: What Parents Can Do To Help Their Teens Succeed


HWDSB 2017-18 Secondary School Year Calendar Approved

Monday, May 15, 2017

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board has received approval from the Ministry of Education on its 2017-2018 secondary school year calendar. IMPORTANT DATES: First Day of Instruction Semester 1 Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Winter Holiday Break December 25, 2017, to January 5, 2018, inclusive Last Day of … Read more about HWDSB 2017-18 Secondary School Year Calendar Approved


Police alerting the public and investigating after teen approached by unknown man

Friday, May 12, 2017

Police want to alert the public to an incident that was reported to have taken place on Thursday May 11, 2017 just shortly after 4:00pm in the area of Mohawk Road and Southlea Drive.

13 Reasons Why – Suggestions for Families

Monday, April 24, 2017

We want to make you aware of a book and Netflix series causing concern in the educational community. Netflix has released a new series, 13 Reasons Why, that may harm students who struggle with mental health challenges.


2017 Summer Programs for Students in Grades 7 to 10

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Community and Continuing Education is pleased to offer a variety of non-credit summer programs for students in grades 7 to 10.


Automotive and Power Careers Information Night

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

High school students and their parents/guardians can meet with employers in the automotive industry, along with high school and college staff, to learn about the exciting career opportunities in the field and the educational pathways to get you there.

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