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Course Selection for 2017-2018

Please make the course selections by March 1, 2017

Come Celebrate 50 years of Excellence

Centennial Reunion 1967-2017 

Fri. May 5th, Sat. May 6th, Sun. May 7, 2017 

Look at:  More at CCVI  - Our 50th Reunion Link for all the events planned

 http://www.ugdsb.on.ca/ccvi/article.aspx?id=66849

Checkout the Reunion Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/ccvi50/

 

To all of our Centennial Alumni:  We are now at the stage where we need our former staff and students to register for the Saturday night event at the Sleeman Centre.  Your early registration will help us to order ample food and drinks, as well as the appropriate number of Sleeman Centre staff for this licensed event. There is no cost to register; however, we would greatly appreciate any donation you would like to make, as they will offset the cost of the evening. We will have a table set up at the door to accept donations.  Once the costs are covered, all other funds will be put towards a general scholarship fund for our graduates.  

On the homepage, you will find a sign in/register button on the right hand side of the homepage.  Your first step is to register on the Centennial Alumni page, using your graduating year.  For staff, you can select the year you retired from teaching.  Once registered, click on the 50th reunion link found at the top navigation bar.  On the 50th reunion page, you will find the link for registration.  Please pass this information along to anyone who wishes to attend the event.

Summer School Co-op Application

 Information is now in guidance - Deadline to apply is by March 10th

CCVI LONDON & DUBLIN TRIP March 7 - 15, 2018

View for more info:  London - Dublin Flyer

London - Dublin

March 2 to 7, 2017 - Homestay Opportunity

Please view this flyer for more info:  Home Stay Opportunity

Home Stay Host

Semi-Formal Dinner & Dance

Theme: Masquerade
Date: Friday, March 3rd 2017
Location: Hanlon Convention Centre
Time: 6:30pm - 10:30 pm 
Price: $30 per ticket or $50 for 2

Student Transportation

A Student Transportation Plan has been updated. Plan [Plan]415 was updated on 2/7/2017. Please visit the Student Transportation System to learn more.

Parents invited to share feedback on secondary French language instruction

The UGDSB is currently conducting a review of French as a Second Language (FSL) instruction at the secondary level. Parents and guardians with children in high school are being asked to provide input into French language instruction.  From February 7 to March 10, 2017, the board is collecting information from parents/guardians about French language instruction, in both Core and French Immersion courses, in our high schools as part of the board-wide review process.  Parents/guardians are asked to complete a short, confidential survey. Responses will be summarized in a report and form part of the Secondary French Review Committee's report that will be delivered to the Board of Trustees in June 2017.  To complete the survey, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/secondaryFSLsurvey.

Grad Photos Feb 21-24, 2017

Go to http://bookmygrad.ca   enter school code : CES   Select sitting type, date & time    

Refer to Edge Imaging website http://www.edgeimaging.ca/en/graduation.html  or graduation pamphlets for more information

Feedback welcome on draft policies

The Upper Grand District School Board is welcoming public input on draft policies. Currently under review is the Website and Social Media Management Policy 312.  You are invited to review the draft documents and submit online feedback at www.ugdsb.on.ca/policy.  The deadline for public input is March 16, 2017 at 4 p.m. EST.  Persons without internet access may call 519-822-4420 (or toll-free 1-800-321-4025) ext. 723 to request a printed copy of the draft documents.

Student Logo Contest

Design the logo for Education Week 2017!

GO CODE Girl

Go CODE Girl provides an exciting opportunity for girls to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development. Join us for fun activities that will introduce you to the world of coding. UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2017  Go CODE Girl is a free event for all female students, parents and teachers.  View this Booklet:  Go Code Girl    Register Now: http://www.onwie.ca/programs/go-code-girl

Centennial CVI students in the gender studies class are spreading an important message about loving your body

Love Your Body

Students said that at some point in everyone’s life they feel insecure about their body and find it hard to love themselves. Loving your body can be a very difficult thing and is especially challenging for many high school students. This served as the inspiration for the Love your Body campaign.  Learning to love yourself is one of the most important steps to happiness and these students are doing a great job spreading this positive message to the community.

 View the whole article http://www.ugdsb.on.ca/news_article.aspx?id=69070&blogid=32405

 Love Your Body 2

NEW OSAP REMOVING FINANCIAL BARRIERS TO COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY

OSAP

Avoid school suspension by keeping immunization records up-to-date!

Student’s immunization records must be provided to Public Health in order to attend school. In the next few weeks, Public Health will be sending notices to students with incomplete immunization records.  Anyone who gets a notice should contact their family doctor so they can update their vaccines, and then report their new vaccines to Public Health.   Report every vaccine to Public Health using one of the following methods:  Online: Fill in the form at http://www.immunizewdg.ca or  Email: Send a photo of the immunization record to vaccine.records@wdgpublichealth.ca  or Call: 1-800-265-7293 ext. 4396.   If a student is not getting vaccinated for medical reasons, reasons of conscience or religious beliefs, an exemption form must be submitted to Public Health. The forms are available at http://www.wdgpublichealth.ca   Public Health is committed to helping students update their vaccination records so they can avoid suspension from school. 

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Parents invited to share feedback on secondary French language instruction

Parents/guardians with children in high school are asked to complete a short, confidential survey on French language instruction in UGDSB secondary schools. For more information and to complete the survey, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/secondaryFSLsurvey.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar 10Interim Progress Reports
  • Mar 13March Break
  • Apr 13Term I Ends
  • Apr 14Statutory Holiday
  • Apr 18Term II Begins
  • Apr 27Mid-Term Report Cards
  • Apr 28PA Day
  • May 05Centennial CVI 50th Reunion Events
  • May 22Statutory Holiday
  • Jun 06Awards Assembly & Athletic Banquet

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The mission of Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute is to equip each student with the knowledge, attitude and skills required to pursue excellence by providing creative programs and innovative technology within a safe and inclusive community.

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