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SERVICES FOR STUDENTS 

NEW FOR 2021-2022 COURSE SELECTIONS - SECONDARY STUDENTS

Course selections will be completed electronically this year. 

Students transitioning from grade 8 to grade 9 have already had a virtual visit to their classroom from Mrs. Winter to go over what a student needs to graduate and how to complete their course selection sheets. She will visit again in the coming weeks. All completed and signed course selection sheets are to be emailed to Ms. Summers in the Guidance Office. (cassandra.summers@ucdsb.on.ca) Below are links to the documents that were discussed with the grade 8 students and a copy of the grade 9 course selection sheet.

grade 9 course selection process Jan2021.pdf

OSSD requirements.pdf

Grade 9 option sheet - Fillable.pdf

We would also like to extend an invitation to all parents/guardians and grade 8 students in the community to attend our Grade 8 Virtual Open House on Wed. Feb. 3, 2021 @ 6:30 pm. The MS Teams meeting link can be found on the School News page of this website in the Calendar of Events.

Students who will be entering grade 10, 11 and 12 next year will be hearing from the guidance office through their school email as to when the course selection process will begin for them and will receive instructions. A link to the course selection sheet by grade will also be provided here. All course selection sheets should be emailed to Ms. Summers (cassandra.summers@ucdsb.on.ca)

Students can start to prepare by making sure they are able to log in to "myblueprint/ucdsb" 

Guidance staff are here to help! 

Reach us by email;
cassandra.summers@ucdsb.on.ca
elizabeth.anderson@ucdsb.on.ca
tamarra.winter@ucdsb.on.ca

Reach us by phone;
613.257.2720 ext. 406

Student Services - Secondary

Guidance Counsellors provide assistance in the following areas:

  • Course selection and planning; including opportunities in our SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR COURSES (Construction, Health & Wellness, Sports, Arts & Culture), COOP and Dual Credits
  • Help for students experiencing academic difficulty;
  • Information concerning post-secondary programs;
  • Help in researching and planning realistic career choices;
  • Assistance with personal problems;
  • Referrals to outside agencies.
  • Registering students in e-Learning Courses
  • Transitions programming 

A variety of books and pamphlets on career education can be found in the Guidance Office. Inquiries regarding Guidance Services should be directed to the Guidance Office at 613-257-2720, ext. 406. 

Student Services - Intermediate

Administration, classroom teachers, LRCs and our School Support Partner can help with the following:

  • Help for students experiencing academic difficulty;
  • Information concerning secondary programs;
  • Assistance with personal problems;
  • Referrals to outside agencies;
  • Development of accommodated or modified educational plans;
  • Transitions programming.


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