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  • McCarthy Uniforms Information 2020 - 2021

    Our school uniform provider McCarthy Uniforms is pleased to offer social distancing shopping options, value promotions and flexible payment plans for school uniforms. Due to the uncertainty regarding COVID-19, please register as a student at www.mccarthyuniforms.ca to access information about your school uniform program, promotions & shopping plans for 2020. To view St Michael CHS uniform clothing and pricing go to https://www.smchs.ca/Page/5168

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  • IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO GRADUATING STUDENTS

    This is a call out to all graduating students to send Mrs. Johnston an email with the following... your favourite St. Mike's memory, some words of wisdom for all St. Michael students, and your destination come September. Normally we would ask you this information at school, however, we are hoping you can all respond to Ms. Johnston via email. We are putting together something that will be posted online and used at grad, so please make sure it is appropriate. Thanks so much graduates, we think of you daily!! Kristi.johnstonbates@cdsbeo.on.ca

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  • Summer 2020 Online Courses Offered - Registration Deadline June 19, 2020

    Interested in taking a summer online course? Click on title to view courses being offered as well as registration information. Deadline for registrations is June 19, 2020

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  • Important Information Regarding 2020 Prom & Graduation

    Dear CDSBEO Families of Grade 12 Students, We hope this communication finds you well during these unprecedented times. As we approach prom and graduation season, we have received several inquiries about proms or similar end of year school activities. We have received communication from our local Chief Medical Officers of Health, and their public health perspective given that we are still seeing a growing number of COVID-19 cases in our region, is that they will not permit proms to take place. Therefore, it is with great disappointment that proms for the 2019-2020 school year are cancelled. CDSBEO will continue to follow the direction of our Chief Medical Officers of Health regarding graduation ceremonies. However, should restrictions be lifted before the end of the school year to an extent that it would be deemed safe to hold events such as graduations, this will be communicated to you in advance for planning purposes. We pray for all our CDSBEO families and ask you to continue practicing safe social/physical distancing. God bless you and stay safe,

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  • Registration for 2020-2021 Academic Year

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  • Important Information Regarding Phase 2 of E Learning During Covid 19 Crisis

    Visit the CDSBEO site to download important information regarding access for students to e learning initiatives during Covid 19 crisis at https://www.cdsbeo.on.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Parent-Letter-Phase-2Apr6-20-002.pdf

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  • Ontario Launches Learn At Home Resources For Students

    On Friday, March 20, 2020, Premier Doug Ford joined Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education to launch the first phase of Learn at Home and Apprendre à la maison, a new online portal that will provide resources for families so students can continue their education while schools are closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Learn at Home offers all students online, high-quality, made-in-Ontario math and literacy resources, created by Ontario-certified educators, in both English and French. Please visit the CDSBEO website at https://bit.ly/CDSBEOdistancelearning for complete details.

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  • Covid 19 Information

    UPDATE - COVID-19 We have posted information to the CDSBEO website regarding COVID-19. Included here is a list of FAQs that students and parents may have regarding school closures. Please visit www.cdsbeo.on.ca/novel-coronavirus/ for more information.

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  • Important Reminder Regarding Course Selection For 2020 - 2021

    Any students in grades 8 to 11 who have not completed their course selection using My Blueprint please book an appointment to see Ms. Brown or Mr. MacDonald in Guidance for help. Students may also use My Blueprint at home to do their course selection and simply bring a print-off of their choices into Mrs. Baker in the Guidance office if they do not need help. The last day to hand in signed course selection sheets is Friday, March 13th.

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  • Daily Announcements - St. Michael Announcements.docx

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  • Travel To Ireland & Scotland in 2021

    Ireland and Scotland 2021 March Break Tour Parent Information Meeting - February 13, 2020 at 6:00 pm in the St Michael Library. Due to a limited number of spots for the March Break 2021 trip to Ireland/Scotland, parents are encouraged to R.S.V.P. for the February, 13th, 2020 meeting by using the following link: https://rsvp.eftours.ca/m5dzgey . Any questions see Mme. Lefebvre.

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  • Opportunity to Host International Students

    The CDSBEO, in partnership with MLI Homestay is currently seeking 2 families to host international students who will be attending St. Michael’s CHS arriving February 1st, 2020. One male student is a short-term stay, who will be departing on April 20th, 2020 and the other male student will be attending 2nd semester, departing the end of June. MLI Homestay will pay supplemental fee to compansate for costs associated with hosting a student. Hosting an internaitonal student is a unique way to share our culture, while learning about international cultures and customs. If you are interested in this rewarding opportuntity, please contact Cindy LaRocque 613-284-2613 or by email: cynthia.larocque@cdsbeo.on.ca.

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  • CDSBEO Inclement Weather Transportation Policy

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  • Applying To University and College

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  • St Michael Launches a New CDSBEO Attendance Reporting System

    In an attempt to better serve the school community, St Michael will begin using a new absence reporting system that is in use with all other board schools to ensure the safety and well being of the students.

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