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CPHS Bear Radio – Video Preview

CPHS Bear Radio – Video Preview

January 30, 2014 No Comments

A sign of things to come…    

CPHS – Proud to Wear Pink! CPHS Pink Shirt Order Form Due February 7th

CPHS – Proud to Wear Pink! CPHS Pink Shirt Order Form Due February 7th

January 30, 2014 No Comments

CPHS – Proud to Wear Pink! “Standing Together to Make a Difference”  Why Pink?  CPHS is proud to wear pink to show our support for the International Day against bullying and discrimination in schools and communities (February 28th this year). We invite everyone to celebrate diversity by wearing a pink shirt! This year CPHS is […]

Reminder: PA Day Friday, January 31st

Reminder: PA Day Friday, January 31st

January 30, 2014 No Comments

Just a reminder that tomorrow is a PA day for all students.  Staff will be busy working on marking and report cards. Semester 2 for secondary students starts on Monday, February 3rd.  Report cards for all grades will be issued in mid-February.

Grade 7/8 Winter Carnival on Thursday, January 30th

Grade 7/8 Winter Carnival on Thursday, January 30th

January 29, 2014 No Comments

Intermediate students will have the opportunity to participate in winter activities tomorrow.  Classes will be skating, snowshoeing and playing floor hockey. Students who are skating are reminded that they have to wear a CSA approved helmet and bring $2 for skating if they do not have  a student card; they also need to return their […]

CBC Visits CPHS for Story on Jordan McIntosh

CBC Visits CPHS for Story on Jordan McIntosh

January 29, 2014 No Comments

CBC TV’s arts reporter, Sandra Abma, and her cameraman Roger, visited CPHS yesterday as part of a feature story they are preparing on recent CPHS grad Jordan McIntosh.  They interviewed staff and students, asking about Jordan’s time at the school. The story is expected to air in the next week or two.  The school will […]

CPHS Learning Commons February Newsletter

January 29, 2014 No Comments

Learning Commons Newsletter February 2014 Did you know that the VLC Gale InfoTrac Database offers full text access to over 7,000 articles about the Olympics??? • For access go the VLC > Virtual Resources A-Z > Resources for Students 7-12>Gale/InfoTrac site (http://vlc.ucdsb.ca/content.php?pid=397013&sid=3251036) Contact your Learning Commons Informationist for the Password: Deborah Boisvert : boisvert.d@ucdsb.on.ca DISCOVER COLLABORATE CREATE […]

Features, News
Opportunity to Become a Homestay Family for International Students

Opportunity to Become a Homestay Family for International Students

January 29, 2014 No Comments

Since 2007, the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) has had the pleasure of welcoming international students into its high schools as part of its successful International Education Program. This fall, we have record numbers enrolled, with nearly 240 students in high school programs throughout the region, and an additional 100 students on short-term study […]

New Reading Program Being Offered for Grades 9-12 for Semester Two

New Reading Program Being Offered for Grades 9-12 for Semester Two

January 28, 2014 No Comments

CPHS is one of two high schools in the UCDSB who are piloting a new high school reading program called “Empower.”  The program is based on extensive research and testing and comes out of Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto; Mrs. Docker has recently returned from training on the program.  Empower has proven highly effective in […]

CPHS “Bear Radio” is Coming

CPHS “Bear Radio” is Coming

January 27, 2014 No Comments

A group of students in Com Tech, lead by Dominic Lafreniere, are currently putting the school’s first podcast together.  Called “Bear Radio”  the show will feature news, interviews, sports and multi-cultural segments and will be available through the school web site. Stay tuned for more to come shortly.  Below is the team shooting its first […]

Grade 11/12 Drama Production: “Check, Please”

Grade 11/12 Drama Production: “Check, Please”

January 23, 2014 No Comments

Members of the grade 11/12 drama class performed the short comedy, “Check, Please,” on Tuesday in the Cafetorium.  The play uses a restaurant for the setting and features increasingly funny, awkward, and unusual dinner dates.  The play was thoroughly enjoyed by the large audience in attendance.  Congratulations to all involved. Co-Directors: Rylee Ackland and Hana […]