Consultation closing date: December 15, 2018
Here are the two letters to the school community: a welcome letter from Trustee Laskin and a letter to inform the school community that a service animal will be in the school starting on Sept 17.
Trustee Shelley Laskin’s Back To School Letter:
The Service Dog in the school:
Service animals are trained and recognized by an accredited training facility and are able to assist with many of the routine activities which may pose as challenging for some students. A service dog will be supporting one of our students in each of her classes throughout the school day. Students and staff within these classrooms will receive more direct instruction and training as to the proper procedures and conduct when around the animal. Please refer to the posted letter for further information.
(My apologies in the delay uploading them today. M. Kinoshita)
This exciting 10 day partial service trip to Cuba is open to all NTCI students with priority given to students studying Spanish and/or Music. Although a 10 day trip, only 4 school days will be missed due to a PA Day, Family Day and 2 weekends. For information please attend the parent/student meeting on Wednesday, September 26 at 6 p.m. in Rm. 215 or contact Ms. Elliott or Mr. Varahidis.
Timetable Change Request Period: Tues. Sept. 4th at 2:15 p.m. until Wed. Sept. 12th at 9:00 a.m.
Process for Requesting Timetable Changes in September
Beginning September 4th, students may make ONE request for timetable changes during this period through submitting the google form: https://goo.gl/forms/
These requests will be processed based on the following priority sequence: students who were pulled out of overenrolled courses in June, admission pre-requisite required for post-secondary plans, change in level (between Applied, Academic, and Enriched), summer school credit completed, new registrations, straight drops (Grade 11 and 12 students may drop courses without penalty up until the Full Disclosure deadline in April), and changes to electives. All changes are subject to availability.
The Guidance Office will work to accommodate as many change requests as possible with a target completion date of September 17th. Should the requested change be possible, the student will be placed in their course/s and an email will be sent indicating that their new timetable is available for pick up.
Students who wish only to drop a course can come to the Guidance Office Tuesday, September 4th between 2:15 and 3:15 p.m. (signed parent permission required for students under 18).