Wednesday, November 4th
Take our Kids to Work Day-November 4, 2015
On Wednesday, November 4, all grade 9 students are invited to take part in Take Our Kids To Work day. Students across Canada will be given the opportunity to accompany a parent, relative or friend to work for the day. Participation in this event from West Carleton students is very high with virtually all grade 9 students participating.
This day is meant to foster in our young people an understanding of what it means to go to work. Parents, educators, business people and community leaders are committed to making this day a valuable learning experience.
In order to participate in this event, the consent form that has been given to your student during their homeroom class must be filled out and returned to their homeroom teacher as soon as possible. For additional information about how to provide a safe educational workplace visit, or information about the program in general, please refer to http://www.thelearningpartnership.ca//what-we-do/student-programs/take-our-kids-to-work/getting-started/parents.
If you need an additional copy of the consent form you can get it from this link: TOKTW consent form.
If you have any further questions please contact your child’s guidance counsellor.
The Ottawa-Carleton Education Network (OCENET) and the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board’s (OCDSB) International Certificate Program will embark on the first-ever Ontario exchange with Yamate Gakuin high school in Yokohama, Japan. more »
As you know we can not issue Bus Notes for students to take a different bus to or from school, however parents can apply for an empty seat on another bus. Any parents who wish to apply for an empty seat on a different bus for their child can do so by visiting https://ostabusplanner.ottawaschoolbus.ca/StudentLogin.aspx and downloading the appropriate form.
Please note that the room has changed for the Literacy/Numeracy support program offered by our Continuing Education Department being held at Earl of March Secondary School.
Secure School Update 3:00-Sept 22
Thank you for your patience. We have ended our secure school. All students have been dismissed and should be home shortly.
Secure School update 2:30pm Sept 22
This is an update from West Carleton. We remain in a secure school at this time. All students are under the supervision of teachers and are safe. Our dismissal has been delayed. We will post more information as it becomes available. Thank you for your patience.
Secure School-September 22
West Carleton is currently in a secure school. Our students and staff are safe. We have gone into a secure school in response to a concern within the community and the Ottawa Police are investigating.
Literacy and Numeracy Support
Our first School Council meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday September 22, 2015 at 6:30pm in our Library. All parents are welcome!