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College Applications

​Guidance Counsellor, Mr. Kinnie will be visiting all grade 12,  period 2 classes this week to present information and give a handout on the college application process which has now begun for all college-bound students

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​The Joys and Fears of the Teen Years

Alyson Schafer to speak at Port Credit Secondary School

Alyson Schafer brochure, 2017 Final.pdf 

Alyson will be selling her books referenced in the attached flyer

 

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Installation of Solar Panels at Clarkson SS

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Clarkson Families

Each year in September we review class sizes and in some cases where enrollment is low, we are required to cancel classes. As a result, some students will have changes to their timetables. If your son or daughter is affected by this reorganization, their guidance counselor will be making changes to their timetable and providing them with a letter to bring home with further information. As a school staff we will work together with parents and students to minimize the impact on students, and our teachers are prepared to support students to ensure a smooth transition to a new class.

Mary Zammit
Principal
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Get involved in your child’s education

​Research shows parent involvement positively affects student success. Becoming more involved brings many benefits. You will get to know teachers, the principal and other parents better. You will be able to share your talents, experiences and ideas. You will inspire youth—and be inspired by them. You will show your child how much you value education. You will gain insights that can help you to boost your child's learning. And you could develop skills and knowledge that can help you in your own career.

There are many ways to be involved. Attending the Peel District School Board's annual parent conference, volunteering at your child's school, talking to your teen about their school day and reading with your child at night are all forms of parent involvement. Visit www.peelschools.org/parents/involved to learn more. 

Upcomming Events
OCT
10
Go
NOV
2

WE scare hunger

8:00 AM - 2:25 PM
WE SCARE HUNGER
Thirteen percent of Canadians are in a state of food insecurity, which means they are unable to access a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Without enough food, many people feel the effects of short-term hunger, like headaches, nausea and the inability to concentrate.
Each month, over 850,000 Canadians require help from food banks—more than one third of these individuals are children and youth. People seeking food assistance come from all walks of life. Employment is no guarantee that someone will never struggle to provide enough food for their family.
Clarkson’s WE charity is running its FIFTH annual food drive.  Homeroom classes will be collecting donations from October 10th   to November 2nd.  Parents, teachers, students and community members are all invited to help us with our food drive campaign.   Everything collected will be sent to the Mississauga Food bank, helping those in our community. Every contribution, big or small, makes a huge difference.
 
The following items are what food banks need most:
 
Rice, Flour, Tomato Sauce, Canned Meat (chicken, corned beef), Canned Fish (tuna, salmon), Soup or Stew, Pasta, Canned fruits, Canned vegetables, Canned or Dry Beans, Peanut Butter, Cereal, Baby food, Baby diapers, 100% fruit juice, Canned or Powdered Milk
 
Muchas gracias! ☺
OCT
16-20

College Applications

9:20 AM - 10:35 AM
Guidance Counsellor, Mr. Kinnie will be visiting all grade 12, period 2 classes this week to present information and give a handout on the college application process which has now begun for all college-bound students
OCT
24

Picture Retake Day - Edge Imaging

8:00 AM - 10:35 AM, Theatre
OCT
26

Great Crunch Day

9:25 AM - 10:35 AM
Since 2008, over 1 million people have joined together for the Great Big Crunch, an annual moment of anti-silence where everyone gets together and bites into crunchy fresh local produce in unison. Clarkson will be biting into juicy apples from Martins Family Orchard on this day.
NOV
1

Take your Kids to Work Day (Grade 9 only)

NOV
1

Post-Secondary Pathways Fair

8:00 AM - 2:25 PM
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