​MAR. 13
Peel Summer School Registration
Peel summer school registration forms are now available in the guidance office.

Fair December Volunteer Hours
Students who volunteered at Fair December can pick up their volunteer hours sheet at the student counter.


Fryer/Galois/Hypatia Math Contests       Seeking all mathletes!  Registration is now open on cash online for the Fryer (gr 9), Galois (gr 10) and Hypatia (gr 11) math contests.  These 75 minute math contests will be written on April 15th.  For copies of previous contests, please visit cemc.uwaterloo.ca.  Registration closes on March 25th.  The fee is $11.

 Summer Job Opportunities

Hey students!  Looking for a summer job?
Have you considered working for the Ontario Government?
Each year the Ontario Public Service targets up to 5,000 summer students to work in locations across Ontario in areas such as:
- Ontario Parks
-      Environment
- Science
- Business and Finance
-       Research and Laboratories
- Communications 
-       Customer Service
Earn while you learn!  All jobs were posted this Monday, February 10. Closing dates will be between February 28 and April 3.  Apply early to have a chance to apply to the job types that interest you. You can learn more at: Ontario.ca/summerstudents
Counting On You
Counting On You continues to grow for Semester 2...make it your March resolution to join Mr. Garvin, Mr. Prancic, Ms. Valent, and Mr. Silvaggio in Room 303, Wednesdays after school from 3-4:30...of course, we have that legendary COY cheese for you as well.
Cawthra Girls Hockey Team
Congratulations to the Girls Hockey Team for winning their tournament at York Canlan Ice Sports on Wednesday, March 11th.  The girls worked hard to win the final with a score of 1-0.  Amelia was outstanding in goal to earn the shutout.  Thanks to Nicole, Katelyn, Riley, Erika, Maisie, Stephanie, Georgia, Natalie, Tori, Mya and Alden for all your hard work in this tournament!


From Administration:

Just a reminder that, in order to stay healthy, you should:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water and use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if you are unable to wash your hands.
  • Practice good cough and sneezing etiquette by coughing and sneezing into your upper sleeve or elbow, not your hands.
  • Wash your hands before handling or eating food, and after coughing and sneezing


When washing your hands, use soap and water and rub all surfaces of your hands vigorously for 15 seconds.  Rinse and dry your hands.

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