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Technology, Textbook and Library Book Returns - June 22 & 23 (click for schedule)

As we reach the end of the 2020-2021 school year it is time for students to return borrowed items such as technology, textbooks, and library books to the school. To expedite the process and limit contact time there will be a drive-through appointment process (schedule). The drive-through drop-off location will be at the front of St Peter High School facing Charlemagne Blvd. You will enter through Valin St. and exit off Charlemagne Blvd. We will also have grade 7 and 8 belongings grouped by homeroom for pick up at this location.


Note: When returning textbooks and library books please make sure each has a label that identifies the student’s full name and current grade. If you are returning technology please read the following information:

TECHNOLOGY RETURN


Parent Council Meeting - June 15, 6:30pm (click for link)

Gr 9-12 Progress Reports and Parent Teacher Interviews - May 27

High School Progress Reports will be emailed on Thursday, May 20. Parent Teacher Interviews take place one week later, via Google Meet, on Thursday, May 27 beginning at 3 pm. Bookings are open now and will close on May 26 at 12 pm. For teacher online booking links, please click here.

The link to your google meet interview can be found in either the email confirmation of your booking, or in your google calendar event. Please be prompt in joining your google meet interview in order to maximize the full 10 minutes allotted.


Apprenticeship Training Webinars for Students

In Partnership with Loyalist and St. Lawrence colleges, Algonquin is offering a series of 3 Apprenticeship Planning Webinars for students, parents and educators. These webinars are designed to overview everything a high school student needs to know about the apprenticeship pathway. Each session will be led by Candace Carson, a School-to-Work transition specialist, who supports youth in navigating the period between high school and employment. As a result of her experience as an Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator and Pathways Consultant for one of Ontario's largest school boards, Candace is able to provide youth considering apprenticeship a clear and individualized learner pathway to employment.

You are welcome to attend one, two or all 3 sessions!

Dates are listed below. Each session will run from 6:00pm-7:15pm. You can sign up for the webinars at this link.

Webinar #1: April 29th, 2021 - Session #1 Flyer
Overview of the apprenticeship program: what it is, where it leads, why you should consider this pathway.
Intended Audience: students considering the skilled trades or those who've already started a skilled trades pathway

Webinar #2: May 20th, 2021 - Session #2 Flyer
Learn more about the OYAP program: how to get started, tips for success, the role of the Ministry, what it means to be an OYAP participant vs an OYAP registrant, how to access in-class training, and more.
Intended Audience: OYAP students or students seriously considering OYAP

Webinar #3: June 3rd, 2021 - Session #3 Flyer
Apprenticeship pathway post high school: create your personalized exit plan
Intended Audience: OYAP students who are graduating high school and hope to continue on an apprenticeship pathway.

Healthy Choices & Prevention in the Opiate Crisis

In March our grade 9-12 classes participated in an Opioid Presentation. Please click here to view.

School Mental Health Ontario

Please follow these links to access the Student Mental Health Action Kit; practical resources to support student mental health during COVID-19.