Student Senate 2018-2019

HCDSB Student Senate is composed of 8 representatives from each secondary school and was designed to establish a student vision for the HCDSB. Its members, student senators, provide a link between the Student Trustees and the remainder of the student population in the board. The primary role of the Student Senate is to bring a more diverse “Catholic student voice” to the school board. Students interested in applying to be on the HCDSB Student Senate for the 2018-2019 school year may apply electronically using the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=fas3Jb0likmmQnwTV3nm0qdmAxIGwPlEvx1wsXKqfadUQVJGTTFLM09GSFUyMDdaNDJaUEk0SVFWRC4u

School Climate Survey for Parents – Your Opinion Counts!

At the Halton Catholic School Board, we want our schools to be safe and welcoming place where students and staff can feel comfortable enough to learn and to work and thrive. School Climate Survey for Parents Parents are invited to complete an online survey! The School Climate Survey for Parents will be available from April 3, 2018 through April 30, 2018. School Climate Surveys are conducted every two years to gather information from parents, students, and staff to help us create and sustain safe and welcoming schools. In our continuing effort to increase school effectiveness and improve school climate, the survey provides feedback to … Continue reading

See the Problem, Be the Solution Contest

On April 5, 2018, students across the system will come together to celebrate See the Problem, Be the Solution. In order to determine the winners of our See the Problem, Be the Solution competition, all students from Grade 4 – Grade 12 will vote online during the week of March 26, 2018. Go to: http://woobox.com/dvct7m to vote for Loyola student Tamia N.’s poster entry. Students must use their board email – first name.last name.last three digits of OEN@students.hcdsb.org (ex. student.adam.123@students.hcdsb.org) to enter the voting platform. Winners will be announced April 5, 2018. … Continue reading

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