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CDSBEO Bully Prevention Intervention Plan

CDSBEO Bully Prevention Intervention Plan Brochure


COVID-19 Parent Screening Tool


The province has created a screening tool to help parents and guardians make decisions about whether or not their child/children can attend school. This tool should be completed daily before attending school. No personal information is requested when completing the tool, which means that you and/or your child/children cannot be personally identified or linked to your responses. Using this tool is voluntary. It is recommended that you contact a healthcare provider if you have more questions about your child/children’s health. This tool is subject to change as further guidance from the Ministry of Health and evidence related to COVID-19 risks becomes available.

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Agendas On Sale: $5.00

St. Finnan’s School Agenda is available for $5.00 each. It is a great organizational tool for students! Use School Cash Online to pay for your child’s copy!

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St. Finnan’s Re-Usable Water Bottles for sale:$10




Students graduating in June 2020, are not required to complete 40 hours of community service. Community service hours that have been completed will be recorded on the report cards of graduating students.


All high school students from grades 9-11 (including students who are completing grade 8 in June 2020) are encouraged to continue to accumulate community involvement hours this summer, provided they meet safety recommendations set out by local health authorities (EOHU and Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit).


We understand that some volunteer opportunities may not be available this summer, so we encourage you to think about creative ways to support the community that do not put you or others at risk. This may include volunteer activities that can be completed at home or online. Some examples of possible activities include:


  • A letter-writing campaign to seniors living in a nursing or retirement home
  • Delivering groceries to elderly/immunocompromised neighbours or family members who do not want to go to busy grocery stores
  • Sewing masks to donate to social agencies
  • Virtual tutoring to help students, (including ESL students) practice reading, communication and/or other skills


Students may also visit or contact a charitable organization in their community to explore current volunteer opportunities.


During this time, it may be difficult for students to obtain a signature from their community involvement activity supervisor, so the exception has been made from June to August 2020 to allow a parent or guardian to sign for hours. Students should still include the name and phone number or email address of someone other than a parent who can verify the activity and hours completed. Students are asked to have their Community Involvement Record of activities that are completed over the summer submitted to their school by September 15, 2020. The form can be found at:


If you have any questions about Community Involvement Hours including whether or not an activity is acceptable, please contact the Guidance Counsellor at the school where you will be starting grade 9, before June 25th. Continue reading →

“Reach Ahead” program: A wonderful opportunity for your grade 8 child, where he/she can earn high school credits over the summer, in very interesting courses!

Virtual Summer Learning Program: July 6-24

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