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Pay for school fees using School Cash Online

Our school offers School Cash Online, a safe and secure form of online payment, as its preferred method of payment for all school fees. With a parent-friendly portal and an easy way to keep track of your child's activity fees, you can use School Cash Online to pay for school items like field trips and pizza days directly from your computer or smartphone using eCheck, Visa or MasterCard.​

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By registering, you'll have the ability to:

  • Keep track of your children's school items and activity fees
  • Check account history
  • Print or view receipts
  • Make donations to Peel District School Board students and programs online and instantly receive a tax receipt. Donations to any other charitable organizations should NOT be made using the "Make a donation" button.
  • Pay for school fees with the click of a button
  • Receive notifications about upcoming events  

For more information and to register, visit https://peelschools.schoolcashonline.com or click the following School Cash Online button SchoolCashOnline_websitebutton.png on the right side of the page.

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Course Change Requests for Semester 2

COURSE CHANGE REQUESTS FOR SEMESTER 2

IMPORTANT! Use your school google email account when you sign into Google. That is your student#@pdsb.net account.

INSTRUCTIONS

Before submitting a Course Change Request, students must check what courses are currently on their timetable. Students can do this by going to their Student Web (SIS) Account. Go to the SLSS home page, click on Student Life → STUDENT LOGIN → Student Login on the top left (Student Id is your student #, Password is the same you use to login to computers at SLSS, BYOD etc.). You will see a list of your current courses. 

Priority is given to Course Change Requests that meet one or more of the following criteria:

1. Diploma Requirement (required to achieve 30 Credits; compulsory credit etc.)

2. Post Secondary/Pathway Prerequisite Requirement

3. Level Change  (academic ↔ applied;  college ↔ university)

4. Course has already been earned (earned credit at Summer School,  Night School etc.)

5. No Prerequisite  (ex., SCH 4U on timetable but has not earned "SCH 3U")

A reminder that these are course change REQUESTS and may not be possible. All changes are dependent on available space in a class and whether or not the change works with the rest of the courses on a student's timetable.

The expectation is that students have a full time schedule. This means that Grade 9, 10, and 11 students have 4 courses per semester and Grade 12 students have at least 3 courses per semester. Make sure your request does not affect your full time status.

Students can check the status of their course change request by accessing their Student Web (SIS) Account.  Should a request meet the criteria yet NOT be changed before the end of January, students are encouraged to speak with a counselor.

The link below will be open at 8am on Tuesday January 16th and will close at 4pm on Thursday January 18th.

Click on the link below to submit your Course Change Requests. You must sign in to your school Google account in order to complete the form (student#@pdsb.net).

SLSS Course Change Request Form 

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Grade 9 Math EQAO Assessment - January 16th and 17th 2018

On Tuesday January 16th and Wednesday January 17th Grade 9 students currently enrolled in Semester 1 Academic and Applied Mathematics courses will be taking part in the provincial Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics created by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), an independent agency of the Government of Ontario.  This assessment is administered to all students in Grade 9 Academic or Applied Mathematics courses in Ontario's publicly funded school system.

  • All students have been provided with an information letter for you to review. Extra copies are available in the main office.
  • The assessment consists of two (2) test booklets and students are given 60 minutes to complete each booklet.
  • EQAO assessment questions are directly based on the expectations set out in The Ontario Curriculum, which is what educators teach in the classroom every day. 
  • This is a regular-scheduled school day.
  • Students will write in their classrooms with their teachers.
  • Students eligible for accommodations and provisions will also receive an information letter from the school for you to review.

Please note that this test, or part of it, will also be evaluated by your child's math teacher and will count for up to a maximum of 10% of his or her final class mark.

In September 2018, EQAO will send our school a report on your child's achievement on the assessment, and we will send it home at that time.  Your child's results are private and will give you an indication of his or her achievement in relation to Ontario's high provincial standard. 

Click on the full story link below for additional information and or visit www.eqao.com

If you have any questions, please contact your child's Mathematics teacher or our Vice Principal - Mr. Lane at (905) 363-0289 ext. 403.

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Prevent the flu. It's in your hands.

​Hand washing is the most important way to prevent the spread of infection. Always wash your hands with soap and water when they are dirty.

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SLSS School Council presents...

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Grade 9 Math EQAO Assessment - January 16th and 17th 2018

​On January 16th and 17th 2018, students currently enrolled in Grade 9 Mathematics courses at Stephen Lewis in Semester 1 will take part in the provincial assessment of Mathematics created by EQAO. A portion of the assessment will be evaluated by our Math teachers and will be used for up to a maximum of 10% of the final grade for coursework. Students in Grade 9 Math courses in Semester 2 will write the assessment in June 2018.

All students writing the assessment this semester will receive a take home letter (distributed to students on Thursday December 21st). Please review the contents of the letter. A copy of the general information letter is attached here:

Information Letter. Math EQAO. Jan. 2017.docx

For more information, please click on the informative EQAO links below. You can also contact your child's math teacher, Ms. Carmichael (Head of Mathematics, ext. 415) or Mr. Lane (Vice Principal, ext. 403).

Click on the links below to access important student and parent resources from EQAO

EQAO Resources for Students

EQAO Resources for Parents/Guardians

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