Vaccination clinics at Ridgemont HS - we're invited!!!! July 31 and August 14
We have been invited to attend the COVID-19 Vaccination clinics at Ridgemont High School. These clinics are open to anyone 12 and up and they are for first or second doses. The clinics are being held on July 31 and August 14 from 9:45am and 4:30pm. Anyone who wishes to attend is welcome - please come by Ridgemont HS on the day of the clinic prior to 9:45am, and you will be given an appointment card with the time to return for your vaccine (that avoids longer waiting times).
Summer Program for Black Students - register by June 24
The St. Pat's Summer Program for Black Students is to help students to remain engaged in school and to gain awareness of the resources in our community. The program is for students to see what is offered that may help them find employment, learn how technology works, and get inspired by people who look like them in various occupations. Students can discover their confidence while transitioning to their new grades and students will also explore the many workshops we have lined up for them. Sign-up for free by June 24th! (For Grade 7-12). To register, please use the QR code on the poster, or click here: REGISTER NOW
Order school uniforms for 2021-2022
Top Marks has provided the following information for online ordering that includes free shipping and returns. Order by June 30 to make sure your uniform arrives by September. Please see this SPH Order Form Package with information about ordering, sizing and more.
COVID screening and isolation criteria for students
You may have heard on the news that the province has changed the COVID screening criteria and mandatory isolation periods for students
Parents MUST ensure that the screening is completed each day prior to coming to school. The OPH screening tool has been changed and the updated version is found on our website (below).
Screening Tool and Return to School Attestation Form from Ottawa Public Health
Ottawa Public Health has provided the following OPH Daily Screening Tool for students. This can be used by parents to assist their students with the screening tool. Parents must ensure that students are screened daily prior to coming to school. Thanks for your help!
***** Here is the Ottawa Public Health screening tool for High School students. Students will be asked each day if they have completed this screening prior to coming to school.
The Screening Tool is available in multiple languages, including English, French, Arabic, Somali, Spanish and simplified Chinese. Please click HERE to go to the OPH website. Then, look for the tab in the list that says: COVID-19 Screening Tools.
The following is the OPH Daily Screening Tool for adults (staff, etc. - also students who are over 18 and for post-secondary institutions and workplaces).
The following is an attestation form from Ottawa Public Health for parents to use when children are ready to come back to school after being away due to illness or isolation. Please bring the form to the office (or it can be emailed) for us to keep on file. It can also be emailed to the school.