Status of possible school closures resulting from weather event
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and staff affected by yesterday’s weather event. Please refer back to this ocsb.ca homepage on Sunday, September 23, 2018 after 4:00 pm for updates on possible OCSB school closures. An emergency page has been set up at https://ottawa.ca with resources for residents.
Notice: Volunteers in OCSB schools
The OCSB is responsible for providing a safe and secure learning and working environment for its students and staff. The Board of Trustees has adopted a revised policy regarding volunteers in OCSB schools. Volunteer applicants must obtain a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) from a police service; in our Board area, a VSC can be obtained online at www.ottawapolice.ca/recordchecks. Visit ocsb.ca/volunteers for more information.
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Notice: Specialized programs for high performance athletes & artists
- personalized timetabling
- flexible attendance expectations to suit training and competition schedules
- later school start times
- access to e-learning
- access to our Achievement Centres (flexible learning environment)
- a staff mentor/advocate
- assignment completion accommodations
- support in accessing summer school learning opportunities
Please contact your community OCSB school to find out more about the supports that may be available for your child.
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September 4th was an exciting day for students in the city of Ottawa. Students and staff returned to our #ocsb schools throughout the nation’s capital. Here are some noteworthy highlights!read more
It’s that time of year again when we welcome back over 42,000 students into our OCSB classrooms. While there are many children who look forward to the start of school, others may be experiencing anxiety from those back-to-school butterflies. Keeping an open dialogue with your child will go a long way in helping your child feel great about their upcoming school year. Remember that your child’s teacher and school principal are also incredibly valuable resources in creating proactive solutions for your child’s success. The school-home partnership is key. We’ve assembled some tips to help you and your child prepare for the start of another school year.read more
Heading to kindergarten for the first time can be pretty overwhelming. Many parents of a four year old experience excitement but apprehension about enrolling their child in kindergarten for the first time. With good reason; there are many decisions that have to be made when preparing a child for their first year of school. What about before and after school care? What types of French language programs are offered? Is their child ready to spend that length of time away from home?
For these and many other questions, the Ottawa Catholic School Board is here to help put your mind at east about your child’s upcoming journey. Check out our 12 ways to help prepare your child for kindergarten and give your child the best possible start.read more
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Welcoming the 2018-2018 Student Trustees to the Boardroom table Family gathered to witness the new student trustees sworn in at the first OCSB Board meeting of the 2018-2019 school year. Caleb Reid from All Saints High School and Nate Waddell from St. Mark High School...read more