News & Announcements
Due to continued inclement weather and low visibility due to fog, the Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Long Term Accommodation Plan public workshop to be held at Norwell DSS has been cancelled. All are welcome to attend the next scheduled workshop on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at Centre Wellington DHS in Fergus starting at 7pm. Please visit www.ugdsb.ca/ltap to get more information, provide feedback, complete
On Friday, all families should have received information from Public Health about influenza. In the last few weeks, many schools have reported higher than usual absenteeism, with some children being off with the flu. The flu is a serious respiratory infection and flu season is not over. Public Health is encouraging all families to get the flu shot so that you can protect yourself from
On January 30, 2018, trustees approved a Public Engagement Plan as a part of the Board’s process to develop a Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP).
The LTAP is a strategic review of the Board’s facilities, population projections, and enrolment forecasts. At the end of the process, the LTAP will identify accommodation priorities for the Board.
Public engagement is an important part of the LTAP process. We want
Thanks to Ms. Sidey and the green team for conducting the waste audit for the school. Each year, we need to sort and weigh the garbage that the school produces in one day. Thanks to lots of hard work, we are generating less garbage. Our next goal is to make sure that proper sorting is taking place – paying particular attention to the
The beginning and end of the day are very busy in the CHES parking lot and pick up/drop off areas. A great number of our students are either getting on/off busses or getting picked up by a parent. Here are a few important safety rules to keep in mind when you are driving at CHES:
Please drive SLOWLY.
Thank you to School Council who met this week and allocated funds to support a variety of student activities. Through the work of all CHES parents, through our fundraising programs, Council was able to provide money for a grade ⅚ skating trip and materials to start a bracelet club. In addition, Council allocated funds to help cover costs associated with grade 8 graduation.