New Bell Schedule
This is just a reminder of the new Bell Schedule this year!
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2016 / 2017 School Year Calendar
2016 KPR Parent Conference – Minds Matter @ KPR
Parent Conference on Mental Health Have you registered yet for KPR’s free, annual Parent Conference on child and youth mental health? If
Online OSSLT - October 20th
During the 2016-2017 school year, all KPR students writing the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) will be making use of a
Homework Club starts on Wednesday October 19th
Homework club runs every Wednesday after school in the library
Literacy Test - Day Schedule
Here is the schedule for the Day on Thursday October 20th to accommodate for the Literacy Test. Thanks everyone for your co-operation!
Food for Clothing Exchange
See poster for further details!
OSSLT - Cancelation
We wanted to share this brief message to inform you that due to major technical issues on the part of Ontario’s Education Quality and
Letter from the Director of EQAO
Please see the attached letter that discusses the cancelation of the Literacy Test on Thursday October 20th.
STSCO Winter Newsletter
Here is the annual Winter Newsletter from STSCO, including important information about Inclement Weather and Bus Cancellation procedures.
OUR SCHOOL Survey
Hi Everyone, Please see the attached for more information about the OUR SCHOOL Survey that is being completed by students across the school
2016-2017 Course Calendar
2016-17 Course Calendar.docx
FREE Family Skates
Hi Everyone, The Clarke High School Parent Council would like to invite the community to our 2 FREE Family Skates!!! The dates are:Tuesday
CLARKEMAS is in full swing this week!
Semi Formal is Thursday!!!
Important Information about changes to OSAP
NEW OSAP REMOVING FINANCIAL BARRIERS TO COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY If your child is currently in Grade 12, you should know that applications
Happy New Year @CHSRaidernation! We hope you had a great holiday and we wanted to share this hugely important message as we start 2017 -
2017 / 2018 Course Calendar
Please see the link below to access our 2017 / 2018 Course Calendar!http://clarke.kprdsb.ca/pdf/77814192/118081249/83727462
Check out our new Clarke High School Video!
Water Advisory Re: Sodium Levels
Please see the attached for a water advisory for Clarke High School.
A Letter From the Terry Fox Foundation
Please see the attached letter from the Terry Fox Foundation. Excellent work Raiders!
This is a reminder for parents whose son or daughter received a notice from Durham Region Health Department regarding outstanding
KPR’s Multifaith Accommodation Guidelines In Ontario we are very fortunate to have a rich diversity of people. We are recognized around the
Commencement - Save the Date!
Free Formal Wear for Students
See the attached poster for more info and see Mr. Johnson if you're interested in volunteering at this outstanding event!
Earth Hour 2017
It’s back! KPR encourages families to participate in Earth Hour once again on Saturday, March 25, from 8:30-9:30 p.m. Participation is
Gowns for Grads event in Oshawa! See below!
Transportation Information for Secondary Students
Please see the link below for a memo from STSCO entitled "Transportation Information for New Secondary Students – 2017/18"STSCO Secondary
See below for information from the Orono Fair!
Metis Family Wellbeing Program Launch
On June 3rd from 1:00pm to 4:00pm the Peterborough and District Wapiti Métis Council and the Métis Nation of Ontario will be holding our
Commencement Volunteers Needed!
If you're interested in volunteering with our Commencement ceremony, please contact Scott Johnson at the school and he will pass your
School Cash Online Survey
Which payment options work best for you?School Cash Online is an online portal that offers a safe, fast and convenient way to pay for
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New Child Care Centre in Millbrook/South Cavan PS
A new child care centre is now open at Millbrook/Sourth Cavan PS. This licensed child care centre is operated by Compass Early Learning and
Cybertip.ca Warning for Parents/Guardians
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, through its Cybertip.ca program, wants to make parents aware of a concerning new location-sharing
Saving For Education: A Little Goes a Long Way
Worried that you can’t afford to start saving for your child's education after high school?The federal government can help you start to