On Tues., Oct. 28th, CHSS will be hosting the University Information Program beginning at 6:15pm in the large gym. There will be a short presentation at 6:15 until 6:25pm in the large gym by a University rep and individual university presentations will begin at 6:30. Students and their parents may attend three university presentations, all 30 minutes in length. Presentations will be from 6:30 to 7:00pm, 7:05 to 7:35pm, and 7:40 to 8:10pm. From 8:10-8:30pm, there will be a walk about period where those in attendance can speak with university representatives, pick up written materials, and network with representatives.
Avon Maitland Schools need host families in all of our communities to open their homes to an international student. We have over 120 students coming in the fall from around the world, some for short stays of 4 weeks to 4 months and others for longer terms of a semester or full school year. Not only is it a great experience, host families are also compensated. Please share this post with all your friends!
Students who are interested in traveling to Cuba during March Break in 2015 should attend an information evening on Wednesday, April 23rd. The meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. in the library. A representative from EF Tours will be there to answer all your and your parents' questions.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, talk to Mr. Kuiper for details.
For more information about the trip, follow this link.
To make an online submission to the photo show, click here and use the password "photoshow".
Once you have sent them, please make sure to send a follow up email to Mrs. Vercruyssen, indicating what images are yours, what title you would like to have on them in the show, your full name, if you are a student/staff/alumni/community member or parent and your email address.
Grade 8 Parent night is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 14th with a spaghetti dinner at 5:00, the band playing in the gym at 6:00, and organization of a school tour beginning at 6:15. Tickets for the dinner are $3.00 each with all grade 8 students accompanied by a parent being admitted for free.
Central Huron Secondary School supports the Safe Schools Act which recognizes that safety is a fundamental part of the education system. When we have a safe and caring school environment students and staff are free to work and learn in a positive environment that "fosters responsibility, respect and academic excellence." (Ontario Ministry of Education)
This year we are seeking parent, community, staff and student volunteers who would like to be part of an active Safe Schools Team. The Safe Schools Team will play an active role in discussing concerns about safety in our building and our community, and will help develop programs, activities and procedures to support our school community. If you are interested in being a member of this team please contact Vice-Principal, Jana Bayer-Smith at the school or through email, firstname.lastname@example.org.