St. Patrick's High School

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High School Quad 1 Report Cards on Parent Portal


Please be advised that all High School Quadmester 1 Report Cards Available on Parent Portal as of November 22, 2021. Kindly access your parent portal to view your child's report card.

School Newsletter --November 1, 2021


Monday, November 1st, 2021


In this issue

- Principal’s Message

- Catholic School Council

- Chromebook Return

- Academic Awards and Honour Roll

- The Great Tour 2021 (Teacher 5 étoiles)

- 7/8 Guitar Club

- The Black Student Association (BSA) is back!

- New Indigenous Corner in the Learning Commons

- Cycle 2 for 7/8 Immunizations

- Mural in Autoshop

- Sports Updates

- Health Care/Health and Wellness SHSM

- Student Mental Well-Being


Quick Links

St. Patrick

OCSB

CSPA

OSTA




Parish Links

Immaculate Heart of Mary

613-733-9636


Trustee for Zone 8 - Alta Vista - Gloucester - Southgate Wards

Mark Mullan

Chairperson

(613) 841-4836

mark.mullan@ocsb.ca



Principal’s Message

Another month has come and gone and we have seen the return of sports as well as some clubs. We are cautiously optimistic and excited about the return of extra-curricular activities as they give our students an opportunity to deepen their pride and sense of belonging to their school FAMILY!!!! I thank you for your continued patience and support with the reopening of activities and clubs - we want to ensure we are following all mandatory guidelines.

We ended October with a 7-12 Spirit Week culminating in our pumpkin decorating challenge and a 7/8 Movie Buy-Out that raised $971.96. All money will be donated to the “Taking Care of St Pat’s” fund, which helps support families in our community. Congratulations to all of our students for your creativity and in particular to the 7/8s for your generosity!!!! Thank you to the Student Council and Social Committee for the festive music and activities!

Stay Safe and Be Well!

Mme Al Koura


Catholic School Council

Our first Catholic School Council meeting took place on Monday, October 18th. At this meeting, we held our election and the following parents have accepted the following roles for the 2021-2022 school year:

Co-chairs: Lisa Wilson and Elizabeth Gibbons

CSPA Representative: Titilola Ayotunde-Rotifa

The meeting schedule for the 2021-2022 school year is:

  • December 6th @ 5:00 pm

  • January 31st @ 7:00 pm

  • March 7th @ 5:00 pm

  • April 25th @ 7:00 pm

  • May 30th @ 5:00 pm

We will keep the same link for the Google Meets for the entire school year. For the link, please email Lisa directly. We hope to see you among us!


Chromebook Return

Last year St. Patrick's High School loaned out chromebooks to students to ensure they were able to access Hapara and continue with their learning.

It is time for all chromebooks to be returned to the school. Please have your child bring the chromebook AND the plug to the Learning Commons as soon as possible.


2020-2021 School Year Academic Awards, Honor Roll presentations and Intermediate School Awards

During the week of October 18-22, presentations were made in homerooms to students who achieved honor roll status and also to those who achieved top marks in their grade 9-11 courses last year. In all, 280 students were awarded honor roll certificates (80% academic average) and 115 students were awarded top marks honours. We also celebrated students who achieved the highest marks in their grade, the highest mark overall in the school, and the Robert Ierullo Volunteerism award. Additionally, students who were in grades 7-8 last year were awarded a range of special awards, such as "The Director of Education Award", "The Stand Up Award" and "Student of the Year."

We wholeheartedly congratulate all award winners!


The Great Tour 2021 (La grande virée) - Teacher 5 étoiles

On Friday, October 22nd, ACPI (Canadian association of Immersion professionals) brought their Teacher 5 étoiles (Stars) Tour to visit our FSL classes. This campaign has been travelling across Canada from Victoria to Ottawa to meet with French immersion and senior Core French high school students to promote careers in immersion. The visit took place outdoors and had our students working in groups, participating in a scavenger hunt and then answering a series of questions that drew awareness to the importance of FSL education across Canada. The experience was a great opportunity to explore future career options using the skills/language we are learning.


7/8 Guitar Club

The Intermediate Guitar club has begun. Hosted by Mr. Sasso, students will learn basic chords and technique, every Thursday morning before school.


The Black Student Association (BSA) is back!

The BSA at St. Patrick's is back in person! Our goal is to create a space for discussing changes in our current school system. We do this by having Black students' voices and allies speak their truth on racial systemic barriers. In our after-school meetings, we have students lead discussions with an action plan with staff guidance. The BSA is a safe space for all black students at St. Patrick's to voice their concerns regarding school, society, culture, and feel a sense of community belonging amongst other Black students. This club also promotes mental health, as students can share ideas and concerns with others who share their culture, background, and other factors. Next Tuesday, November 2nd, students will participate in the inaugural Food 4 Thought event, where students will have a discussion surrounding Black culture, and enjoy some cultural food.

Students and staff participating in this event will be following OPH Guidelines (e.g. social distancing, sanitizing).

-Ms.Collins and Ms.Ellis



New Indigenous Corner in the Learning Commons

Our Learning Commons has a new space devoted to Indigenous culture with a beautiful new rug in the center displaying the 7 Grandfather Teachings. Students can enjoy the artwork displayed on the wall created by NAC 1O students, and many Indigenous texts are available for students to view.



Cycle 2 for 7/8 Immunizations

Ottawa Public Health has scheduled cycle 2 of grade 7/8 immunizations for March 31st and April 1st, 2022. A reminder will be sent out closer to the date, in the meantime, please mark your calendars.


Mural in Autoshop

From mid-September to late October, Grade 10 Art students, Kaitlyn and Adriana, led a mural project for Mr. Johnson's shop room. The process involved sketching a series of gears (as per Mr. Johnson's request) onto three large wooden planks and then masking them off with tape. We decided on a deep-space galaxy background, which took about four days to paint. Finally, the tape was removed and gold, silver, and copper paint was used to finish off the gears. If you make it down to the shop room, there are several Easter eggs hidden in the galaxy (including a very noteworthy shooting star and a few neat constellations). Congratulations on your beautiful accomplishment!!!!


Sports Updates

High school sports are in full swing and our teams are having great success. Here are some of their records and standings so far:


Varsity Non-Contact Hockey - 2 wins, 0 losses, 1 tie. Currently 1st in their

Division.

Sr. Boys Soccer - 3 wins, 2 losses. Currently 2nd in their division.

Jr. Boys Soccer - 2 wins, 4 losses. Finished 5th in their division.

Sr. Boys Volleyball - 3 wins, 2 losses. Currently 3rd in their division

Varsity Girls Basketball - 3 wins, 3 losses. Currently 4th in their division.

Varsity Football - 2 wins, 2 losses. Finished 5th in their division.


Teams have a few more games remaining and most are battling for a playoff spot.


X-country team

After over a month of training, on Thursday, October 28th, our X-Country team successfully completed their final run of the season. Together they represented the Irish Family and Pride as they supported and cheered each other on. The team persevered through the cold, wet, muddy and challenging terrain. All was done with smiles and not a single complaint.


Health Care/Health and Wellness SHSM

“Specialist High Skills Major is a specialized program that allows students in Grades 11 and 12 to focus on a specific career sector. When your child completes this program, they will receive formal recognition to let employers and post-secondary institutions know they have knowledge, skills, and industry-recognized qualifications related to a particular career sector.” (https://www.ocsb.ca/our-programs/high-school/programs-courses/)

Our Health care/Health and Wellness SHSM students have been busy learning a lot about how the human body works and to take care of it.

Gr. 11 Health Care / Health and Wellness SHSM students practicing using the Hoyer Lift to lift a patient, and (in the background) make a hospital bed.

Inflating healthy and diseased lungs as we learn about the impacts of pollutants and smoking on respiratory health.


Student Mental Well-Being

Please see the following letter from Dr Richard Bolduc, OCSB Mental Health Lead.



St. Patrick’s High School

2525 Alta Vista Drive

Ottawa, ON K1V 7T3


Phone: 613-733-0501

Email: Patrick.High@ocsb.ca

Website: sph.ocsb.ca

Twitter: stpatricksIRISH





Congratulations to Honour Roll Recipients of 2020-2021 School Year!

This week, we celebrate the academic accomplishments of our Irish family from the 2020-2021 school year. Congratulations to all of our gr 7 & 8 award winners, and our high school (9-11) honour roll recipients and top marks winners!

School Council Meeting via Google Meet October 18, 2021 at 7 pm

St Patrick’s School Council is inviting parents to join us for our first meeting on October 18th at 7pm. Join us via Google Meet, former and new members are welcome.

School Council provide input and advice to the Principal on topics such as:

  • school code of conduct

  • school curriculum and program goals

  • input to the Board on key attributes for future Principal placements at the school

  • school budget priorities

  • school-parent communication strategies

  • activities to promote student engagement and well-being

Below are links to parent group handouts for CSPA, PIC and SEAC.

About CSPA

About PIC

About SEAC


Join us on a Google Meet on October 18th at 7pm. Please email Lisa for a link to the Parent Council meeting.



St. Pat's Spirit Wear is here!

Take a look at the Spirit Wear items for Fall 2021 at https://sites.google.com/ocsb.ca/irishspiritwear22/home. Once you've scrolled through the items available, select the "Buy Now" button at the bottom to get redirected to the Cash Online order page and place your orders.

The last day to submit orders will be Friday, October 22.


Please ensure that the name of your child is attached to the order prior to submitting.


An email will be sent out once items are ready (most likely mid to late November).


These items are all CUSTOM ORDERED and there are NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES on items. Please refer to the sizing guides to ensure you are ordering the correct sizes as they are all FINAL SALE ITEMS.


2020/2021 Yearbook Information

Due to the ongoing staff shortages that many companies are experiencing currently, there has been a delay in the production of last year's yearbook. The estimated arrival of the book is early to mid-December. Once a more concrete date is determined, we will be sending information on the distribution of the book, including to those students who graduated last year.


This will not affect this year's book as it is still scheduled to be on time. Thank you for your understanding.



School Newsletter --October 2021


Friday, October 1st, 2021


In this issue

- Principal’s Message

- School Council

- National Truth and Reconciliation Day

- Communications from the Indigenous Education Team

- Math Tutoring (TVO Mathify)

- Reporting and Testing Dates

- Reminders and Updates on Covid Screening and Protocols

- Literacy and Numeracy Support (After-School Programming)

- Intermediate Extracurricular Sports Programs

- High School Extracurricular Sports Programs

- Introducing our Student Council Co-Presidents

- Reminder about School Uniforms


Quick Links

St. Patrick

OCSB

CSPA

OSTA


Parish Links

Immaculate Heart of Mary

613-733-9636



Principal’s Message

We welcome October with gratitude and hope; gratitude for being able to be together and hope that our learning will open our minds to new knowledge and reflective mindset. I want to wish the Irish Family a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!

A reminder of our upcoming PD Day on Friday, October 8th.


School Council

St Patrick’s School Council is inviting parents to join us for our first meeting on October 18th at 7pm. Join us via Google Meet, former and new members are welcome.

School Council provide input and advice to the Principal on topics such as:

  • school code of conduct

  • school curriculum and program goals

  • input to the Board on key attributes for future Principal placements at the school

  • school budget priorities

  • school-parent communication strategies

  • activities to promote student engagement and well-being

Below are links to parent group handouts for CSPA, PIC and SEAC.

About CSPA

About PIC

About SEAC

Please email Lisa for a link to the Parent Council meeting.



National Truth and Reconciliation Day

St Patrick’s High School spent this final week of September learning and reflecting on the meaning and importance of the National Truth and Reconciliation Day. Our daily prayers were reflective of a learning stance, listening to the words and voices of a people whose voices were silenced for far too long. Every classroom I visited was engaged in meaningful conversation: there were moments of sadness, disbelief, anger, but most importantly, an openness to listen and learn. We know that this is but the beginning of the path to reconciliation.


Communications from the Indigenous Education Team

All parents who are interested in opting-in to communications from the Indigenous Education Team must fill out the form included in THIS LETTER. Many opportunities and events are available for Indigenous children and families, and opting-in is how we are able to communicate them to you. If you’re non-Indigenous, but also would like to receive updates, you are also encouraged to use the form to opt-in.



Math Tutoring (TVO Mathify)

Expanding tutoring to include grade 11 students. All students in grades 6-11 can access free 1:1 math tutoring with Ontario Certified teachers online Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm and 3:30pm to 9pm Sunday. More information can be found here.



Reporting and Testing Dates

Please mark your calendars for the following important dates:

Grades 7/8: Progress Reports posted on November 9th

Parent-Teacher Interviews on November 18th

First Term Report Card on February 9th

Parent-Teacher Interviews on February 17th

Final Report Card on June 28th

Grades 9-12:


Quad 1

Quad 2

Semester 2

Midterm Mark

October 14th, 2021

December 16th, 2021

April 28th, 2022

Parent-Teacher Interviews

October 21st, 2021

January 6th, 2021

TBD

Final Mark

November 22nd, 2021

February 16th, 2021

July 6th, 2022


Civics/Careers Midpoint/Turnaround Dates:

Quad 1 - October 7th

Quad 2 - January 3rd

Semester 2 - April 19th

  • 7/8: Feb 9th; PTI = Feb 17th

***All IEPs on October 19th


Reminders and Updates on Covid Screening and Protocols

As you are aware, we continue to collaborate with OPH staff to respond to any positive cases within our community. That being said, we remind everyone that daily screenings are required before coming into the building. The OPH screening tool is found on the school website and links are included below.

This link can be by parents and families:

Screening Tool - School -Childcare

The OPH screening tools are also on all school and board websites thanks to our Communications Department and are below for your convenience:


OPH Screening Tool for Elementary Students (K-6) and Childcare


OPH Screening Tool for High School Students (7-12)


OPH Screening Tool for Staff (Adults)



Literacy and Numeracy Support (After-School Programming)

St. Patrick’s High School will be offering several virtual After-School Literacy and Numeracy classes beginning in late October. These classes will help students gain greater competencies in mathematics and language to benefit their current class work, as well as to prepare them for upcoming Grade 9 Provincial Math test and Grade 10 Secondary School Provincial Literacy test, both of which are operated by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO).


There is no fee for any of these classes. However, a commitment to attend regularly must be made in order to fully experience the benefits of the program. These programs also have limited enrolment, with priority given to students who are working at Level 2 or below. We will maintain a waitlist, in case any spots become available.

If your child is in grades 7 or 8 and you are interested in having them participate in any of the programs, please reach out to their homeroom teacher.

If your child is in high school, they can approach our student success team (Ms Siok or Ms Follis).


Message to Parents of Graduating Students

To support students in preparing and planning their Grade 12 final year, counsellors will be visiting morning classes from October 4th to October 7th. A virtual session will be held for students in a morning Study period or in a non-Grade 12 class on Wednesday, October 6th at 3:30pm. This session will be recorded and posted in the Student Services section of the school website (sph.ocsb.ca).


Students are encouraged to attend this very important information session. Graduation requirements will be reviewed and transitioning to post-secondary (ie. college/university applications) will be presented.


Students and parents are also encouraged to visit the Student Services section of the school website (sph.ocsb.ca) for detailed information on Graduation and Post-Secondary. The website is updated on a continual basis throughout the year as new information becomes available.


Intermediate Extracurricular Sports Program

Intermediate inter-school sports are up and running! The 7&8 coaching staff has been busy with tryouts at lunch for a number of teams. Tournament dates are quickly approaching for the 7&8 Cross Country Meet, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, CoEd Ultimate Frisbee, Girls Flag Rugby and Boys Flag Rugby. Tryouts have started for boys volleyball and will soon be announced for the 7&8 girls also. In December, announcements will be made for the 7&8 Tchoukball team. Students are encouraged to listen to morning announcements and watch for updates to be posted on the calendar outside the Phys Ed office. We are adhering to the OPHEA COVID GUIDELINES:


INTERSCHOOL ATHLETIC OPHEA COVID GUIDELINES:

  • Masking is strongly encouraged for outdoor sports when physical distancing cannot be maintained and is mandated for all indoor sports.

  • Masking is required and physical distancing is recommended outdoors for all participants on the sidelines.

  • Masking is required for all coaches on the sidelines but may pull them down when offering instructions during play and maintaining a 2m distance from others as much as possible when doing so.

  • Wet masks must be changed regularly. ***have a plan in place for handling masks

  • Maintain distancing as much as possible during timeouts.

  • Personal towels and water bottles only.


7-8 Irish Fall Sports


Coach

Tournament Date

Cross-Country Running

Mrs. Weeks

October 6th

Boys & Girls COED Ultimate Frisbee

Ms. Johnstone

October 13th

Boys Soccer

Mr. Pietrantonio

October 20th

Girls Soccer

Ms. Johnstone

October 19th

Boys Rugby

Ms. Barrett

October 26th

Girls Rugby

Ms. Bennett

October 25th

Boys Volleyball

Mr. McKinnon & Mrs. Pelisek

November-December

Girls Volleyball

Mrs. Woodbyrne

November-December

Tchoukball

Mr. Beernink

December



High School Extracurricular Sports Program

St. Pat’s is thrilled to have athletics starting back up this fall for our students. Try-outs for our High School fall sports teams are in full swing with season schedules beginning shortly. The sports that are currently in season include Tackle Football, Boys Soccer, Sr. Boys Volleyball, X-Country Running, Varsity Girls Basketball and Non-Contact Hockey.


The resumption of NCSSAA inter-school sport will adhere to guidelines provided by CECCE, CEPEO, OCDSB, OCSB and the direction of Ottawa Public Health.


Some of the general protocols for all participants include:

  • Complete and pass the COVID screening daily.

  • Use hand sanitizer frequently.

  • Masking is required for travel, on benches, sidelines and during team sport play at all times.

  • Physical distancing maintained whenever possible.

  • Wet masks must be changed regularly.

  • Avoiding unnecessary contact (high-fives, handshakes).

  • Personal water bottle use only.

  • Spectators are not allowed in indoor venues and highly discouraged at outdoor venues.


* More detailed sport specific guidelines will be out soon.


Just a reminder that all athletes that are selected to be a part of a team are required to maintain a good academic standing in order to participate. This will be checked regularly by the coaches throughout the season.


Introducing our Student Council Co-Presidents


I am pleased to be able to introduce you to the 2021-2022 Student Council Co-Presidents. Edikan Ekong and Keenan Nasrallah were elected in June and have already begun their leadership roles, representing the student body. Edikan and Keenan are working hard with Staff Advisors, Ms. Bolzon, Ms. Noble and Ms. Roddick, to plan Covid-friendly events as well as filling the remaining Student Council positions. We encourage all students to listen to announcements and to participate in all Student Council Events - many positive memories from high school come from participating in Student Council or in Student Council run activities.


Reminder about School Uniforms

We have been working closely with Top Marks to expedite the delivery of late uniforms. We are aware of the delays but are seeing more and more uniforms delivered! That being said, we would like to remind families that ALL students are expected to be in proper uniform. Once the uniform is received, your child should be wearing it to be in compliance with expectations.


The UNIFORM INCLUDES:

  • - black pants from Top Marks

  • - black or plaid skort from Top Marks (NO jogging pants under the

  • skirts. Solid black or dark grey tights or leggings are permitted)

  • - black cargo shorts from Top Marks

  • - white polo shirt / white blouse or white long or short sleeve shirt

  • with St Patrick’s school logo from Top Marks

  • - St. Patrick’s V-neck sweater, Crew neck sweater, or rugby shirt

  • from Top Marks are permitted; older versions of the uniform (i.e.

  • the St. Patrick's Intermediate hooded sweatshirt) are no longer part

  • of the uniform.

  • - 7/8 physical education uniform includes black gym shorts and a

  • grey t-shirt and is mandatory for all grade 7 and 8 students.

  • - No ball caps, hats, tuques or hoodies permitted indoors.


A warning may be issued if not in compliance with our policy and

consequences will follow should the non-compliance persist.



St. Patrick’s High School

2525 Alta Vista Drive

Ottawa, ON K1V 7T3


Phone: 613-733-0501

Email: Patrick.High@ocsb.ca

Website: sph.ocsb.ca

Twitter: stpatricksIRISH





7/8 Vaccination Clinic

Grade 7 and 8 Vaccination Program

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is currently organizing the return of in-school vaccination programming. These clinics will provide students in Grades 7 and 8 (students born in 2008 and 2009) with three vaccinations: Hepatitis B (HB), Human Papillomavirus (HPV), and Meningococcal. These vaccines are an important part of healthy growth and development, and are the safest way to prevent serious, life-threatening infections. For more information regarding the safety of vaccines, please visit OPH’s School Vaccine Safety Page.

The following fact sheets have been developed by OPH:

Our Vaccination day is September 24th. A consent form will be sent home Monday. Please return it to the school on Friday, September 24.

Please note:

Some students will be unable to receive their immunizations on the scheduled date if the schedule conflicts with their Covid-19 Vaccine. If they are unable to attend their in-school clinic on the scheduled date, they could receive their vaccines at an OPH Community Clinic or through their family doctor.

Here is a link for more information about immunizations for youth and school vaccines.

Here is a link for parents to book an appointment at OPH’s community clinics for a child or youth 0-17




School Newsletter

Please click this link to view our school newsletter with important information regarding back to school.

Updated Student Agenda 2021-2022 School Year

Please click on this link in order to access the updated student agenda for St. Patrick High School.

Principal's Message -- Welcome back to School!

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! I am delighted to, once again, be joining the Irish family, this time as your Principal.


I know that many of you are awaiting details on what the return to school will look like. We are still in the process of finalizing protocols, procedures and routines in order to be in compliance with OPH guidelines while offering your children the best learning environment possible.


As a reminder, the first day of school is Tuesday, September 7th.


Students who are eligible for Presto passes should have already received a communication about pick-up dates and times. This is also a great time to pay student fees. The fee for 2021-2022 school year are $45 and $30 for any additional siblings.


Just in case you have not received it yet, here is the schedule:


Tuesday, Aug. 31st - Grades 7 & 8 9:00 am - 1:00 pm


Wednesday, Sept. 1 - Grades 9 & 10 9:00 am - 1:00 pm


Thursday, Sept. 2 - Grades 11 & 12 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Keep an eye out for the first Newsletter coming on Wednesday, September 1st. We are ALL looking forward to welcoming you back!!!


Mme Al Koura

Principal

St. Patrick High School





Early Bird Student Fee Payment and Presto Pass Pick Up

We are pleased to offer dates next week for students to come into the school for the purpose of paying student fees and picking up their Presto passes (if they are eligible). We also kindly ask that Chromebooks, wifi sticks and other equipment on loan, be returned to school on these dates .

Fees are $45.00 per student and $30.00 for each additional sibling . The fee will be available for payment on schoolcashonline as of Friday August 27, 2021.

Please see the dates below:

Grades 7 & 8 -- Tuesday August 31, 2021 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Grades 9 & 10 -- Wednesday September 1, 2021 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Grades 11 & 12-- Thursday September 2, 2021 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Please note: If you are paying fees using schoolcashonline, please provide us with proof of payment when you arrive at school for your Presto Pass. In person payments of student fee are to be in cash, exact change if possible.

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).

Please see the following Key Messages from Ottawa Public Health (English), Key Messages from Ottawa Public Health (French)

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.

School Calendar