OCSB provides a number of technology tools and rich digital resources for students to use and support their learning. Many students and parents aren't fully aware of these tools and digital supports or how they can best be used to support their children. So, here is a chance to come and learn more! Two interactive and fun workshops will be offered on each evening at the same time; an Elementary Workshop (Grades: K-6) and an Intermediate / High School Workshop (Grades: 7-12)
Thursday April 30th: Notre Dame HS, 710 Broadview Ave
How do we prepare our children to deal with whatever comes their way? Learn what is resiliency and how it develops in children and youth. Speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Paquette will help parents discover strategies and tips for preventing or reducing feelings of anxiety and ways to build resiliency in our kids.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Saint Patrick's High School, 2525 Alta Vista Drive
With his 24 years experience in Information Technology, Paul Davis has his finger on the pulse of what kids are doing online. He uses a direct approach to guide parents on the use of Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, CyberBullying, HandHeld Devices, Texting, Legal Matters. Paul has a Common Sense Approach to dealing with the technology your children are using. Presented by St. Mark CSC and CSPA.
Monday, April 27, 7:00 PM
Saint Mark High School, 1040 Dozois Road (Limebank at Mitch Owens)
CSPA, and the OCSB International Languages Program present
How to Help Your Child Succeed in School
Let's talk about helping our children be successful. What role do parents and school councils play? Join us as People for Education's Jacqui Strachan shares some insight on the Ontario Education System and parent involvement.
Saturday, April 18th 9:30 - 11:30 AM
Notre Dame High School, 710 Broadview Ave