Parent Information Night (grade 7-10) Tuesday, September 30 (7-8:30)
DCVI teaching staff, administratorsand AMDSB senior staff will be hosting a Parent information night on Tuesday, September 30, (7-8:30pm) in the large gymnasium. This night will be an opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn more about the Descriptive Feedback and Assessment project, work that our grade7,8 teachers and grade 9 and 10 English teachers will be implementing in their classes this year. Parents of grade 7 and 8 students will also have the opportunity to learn about the AMDSB Next Generation Learning project and the iPads that their students will be receiving this fall. All are welcome! See you there
All are welcome to Homework Club beginning TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2014.
Homework Club provides an opportunity for students to complete assigned tasks and receive extra supprot in a focused, quiet setting. Homework Club operates in Room 138 - the Student Success Room - Monday to Thursday from 2:45 - 4pm. Please feel free to drop by anytime and check it out!
University and College visits will be starting in September and will continue through to November. Attached you will find the dates and times for those visits. Please see Student Services if you have any questions. Download University:College Visits.pages
We hope that everyone is having a wonderful summer!
A few notes about our school start up....(Yes, that's right! It's coming very soon!!!)
On Tuesday, August 26th at 10:45 am in the cafeteria, Grade 7 and Grade 9 students and their parents/guardians are invited to their 2014 DCVI Orientationevent . This will be a chance to meet your DCVI teachers and members of the Saluki Student Council. Students will receive their timetable and lockers. There will also be a Parent information session too. All are welcome!
First day of school is Tuesday, September 2nd and students should report to their first period class by 8:40am.
Grade 12 students interesting in taking a dual credit next year should check out the list of courses on the bulletin board outside Student Services. Dual Credits offer students the chance to take college/apprenticeship courses that will count towards both their OSSD and a postsecondary certificate or diploma.
Some examples of programs include: Basic Kitchen Production, Wellness, Motive Power, Digital Photography, Landscape Construction, Hair Styling, Renovation Tools & Techniques, Baking & Pastry and many more.
DCVI students have the chance to travel to Conestoga College – Stratford Campus, Fanshawe College or Lambton College one day per week to complete the course.
Applications for BOTH semester 1 and 2 available. Don't delay!
Questions? Visit Student Services. For more information about dual credits, click here
Are you age 15 or older? Are you looking for ways to IMPACT your local and global community? Join the Canadian Red Cross in exciting and helpful workshops where you will have the opportunity to be a YOUTH LEADER who inspires change and saves lives! FREE.
Canadian Red Cross Summer Leadership Week: August 11-15 in Stratford
For more information, see the attached poster and pick up an application form in Student Services.
A reminder to online AMDEC students that exams will be written on WEDNESDAY JUNE 11. You should have received a notice regarding the time of your exam. Please report to the library ready to write at the indicated time.
Please see Mrs. Chateauvert if you have any questions.
On Tuesday and Thursday this week, students in Grade 9 Academic and Applied math classes will be writing the EQAO assessment during their period 2 math classes. This assessment will count as part of their 30% final, so students have been preparing for it. It is very important that all students are present for this assessment and come ready with a positive mindset.
If students wish further preparation material, check out these sites.