Exams are quickly approaching. Please read the following for important information. This information was shared with students today.
JUNE Examination Information Sheet
Parents/Guardians and Students
Message: Final exams for the first
semester start June 18, 2015. Exams and
culminating activities are a key component of every course. They are not optional and there are no
exemptions. Please read carefully so you
are informed and aware of the events of the next couple of weeks. All students
are expected to attend every exam day.
Period 1 courses Thursday, June 18
Period 2 courses Friday, June 19
Period 3 courses Monday, June 22
Period 4 courses Tuesday, June 23
Extra day if needed Wednesday, Jun 24
Grade 9 exams 8:20am
Grade 10 exams 8:20am – 09:50am
Grade 11 exams 8:20am – 10:20am
Grade 12 exams 8:20am – 10:50am
must remain in the exam room until the last half hour of the assigned writing
time. If they wish to leave early, this
is the ONLY time they
may do so.
Grade 9 & 10 exams 09:20am or 09:50am
Grade 11 exams 09:50am or 10:20am
Grade 12 exams 10:20am or 10:50am
Bus – early arrival
Students are expected to leave the
building within 10 minutes of leaving their exam room. They are to be quiet in the hallways out of
respect for others who are still writing.
Students who need to remain in the building longer than 10 minutes must
report to the Cafeteria and study until they leave. Students are permitted in the cafeteria if
waiting for a ride.
are expected to wear the school uniform on exam days. Exceptions are for the graduating students
who turn in uniform clothing to Room 112.
This clothing needs to be clean and in good repair.
students will be issued a uniform pass that must be presented when entering the
exam room. Teachers will have a list of students who were granted casual dress
passes for the Lottery.
Honesty is important at all times
and especially during exams. Please
refer to the student handbook for our policy regarding cheating. Students are to bring their textbook(s) to
the exam room and turn them in to their teacher prior to the start of the exam.
Pens, pencils, erasers, rulers
Calculators – with prior approval
from the teacher
Notes, reference materials – open
book exams with prior approval from the teacher
Notes, reference materials
Any electronic device (eg. cell
phone, pager, iPod, etc.) or other item that can be used to communicate, store,
share or retrieve information
Students found to be in possession of any of these
materials in the exam room will be presumed to have them for the purpose of
cheating. Teachers will direct them to
Room 112. School administration will
investigate the matter and make decisions according to school policy.
All students missing an exam without
a valid excuse will be assigned a grade of zero on the exam. In addition, the student will be placed on
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This initiative was funded by a Regional Parent Reaching Out Grant from The Ministry of Education
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Place: Ciociaro Club
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Congratulations to Mr. Conlon, Mrs. Delduca-Howie, and the cast of The Voices Of Vimy for another outstanding performance yesterday at Villanova. The discussion with Canadian vets after the play was invaluable.
See The Windsor Star article, photos, and video here: http://blogs.windsorstar.com/news/afghan-war-vets-encourage-students-to-talk-about-stresses
Assumption students present of Voices of Vimy, Wednesday June 3, 2015 St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic High School. Student Philip Klimski, left, playing Canadian soldier Joey, and Enzo Campa, right, as a reporter are joined by other cast members in the final scene of the play which was viewed with interest by several local military veterans and students. (NICK BRANCACCIO/The Windsor Star)