Did you know that expenses from your child’s accident may exceed the benefits provided by your government and group insurance plans? Some expenses are not even insured under government and group insurance policies. So whether your child is involved in an accident at school or during non-school hours, insuremykids® helps protect your family’s finances!
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STEO’s guideline booklet is designed to be a helpful resource for students, parents, school staff and bus drivers, providing valuable information about bus safety, student safety programs, stakeholder roles and responsibilities and inclement weather – just to name a few.
A soft copy of the Transportation Information and Guidelines booklet is available to families on the STEO website under Student Information. For your convenience, we have also included the link below:
Youth Job Connection– Summer (YJC-S) is funded by the Government of Ontario and is designed to help students who are facing challenging life situations.
The target group includes youth aged 15-18, who are enrolled in school full-time. The program offers pre-employment training as well as an opportunity to participate in a summer job placement with an employer. Please call 613-933-9675 for more information.
In order to better serve our Catholic school community, the CDSBEO has recently implemented some boundary changes for September 2019 which affect any new student registrations for the following schools:
- Iona Academy, Williamstown
- Our Lady of Good Counsel, Ingleside
- St. Andrew’s, St. Andrews West
- St. Finnan’s, Alexandria
- St. Mary, Chesterville
- St. Joseph’s CSS, Cornwall
- St. Thomas Aquinas CHS, Russell
- Sacred Heart, Cornwall
These changes will help to better serve the students in our community while maintaining efficient transportation services. To confirm your school zoning, please visit: https://www.cdsbeo.on.ca/our-schools/school-locator/
Did you know that the province of Ontario is experiencing a shortage of Personal Support Workers?
The CDSBEO Personal Support Worker (PSW) program is hosting information sessions for the upcoming February- June 2019 program. This full-time accredited program certifies graduates to work as a PSW in long term care homes, community agencies, personal residential homes and community hospitals.
Information locations and dates
November 28/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Mary C.H.S. – Brockville
December 3/18 2:00 – 3:00 Cornwall Board Office
December 12/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Michael C.H.S. – Kemptville
More information can be found on our website, www.coned.cdsbeo.on.ca or by contacting Kevin Dionne, Coordinator of Adult and Continuing Education, at email@example.com. Register now to take your first step towards a promising health care career.
The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario invites Catholic School Council parent leaders to apply for a vacant position on the CDSBEO Parent Involvement Committee representing Dundas and Stormont Counties.
Catholic School Council parent leaders are asked to serve a two-year term, and must be available to attend four meetings per year, in addition to other leadership responsibilities.
Catholic School Council parent leaders interested in serving on the CDSBEO Parent Involvement Committee are asked to complete the Parent Involvement Committee Application Form and return it to Norma McDonald at Norma.McDonald@cdsbeo.on.ca by Friday, November 23, 2018.