Free Math Help (from the OCDSB)

Parents looking for resources to help support your child's learning might be interested in the following resources:

 

  • ONLINE MATH TOOLS: The OCDSB has recently launched a new suite of tools and resources, organized by grade groupings, to support home and school collaboration in mathematics. These resources help students build skills and stamina and can be used with a parent/guardian or independently at home. Take a look.
  • NUMERACY GUIDE FOR PARENTS: The OCDSB has an excellent Numeracy Guide for Parents which helps parents understand how math instruction is provided and how students can be supported in their learning at home.
  • HOMEWORK HELP: Homework Help is an online math help resource for students in Grades 7-10. Homework Help provides FREE, live one-on-one tutoring from Ontario teachers. Homework Help is funded by the Ontario government and administered by TVO. Students can ask their math questions during our chat room hours - Sunday - Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m..

Upcoming OCDSB Speaker Series event: How to Parent when the Brain Rules

2016-03-03 19:00
2016-03-03 20:30
Speaker Series Event:
John Antonetti
Thursday, March 3rd7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School
Auditorium
149 Berrigan Drive
Most of us have no idea what's really going on inside our heads - or our children's heads. How do we learn? What exactly do sleep and stress do to our brains? Why is it so easy to forget-and so important to repeat new knowledge? John Antonetti takes us on a journey through the latest brain research in a humorous, interactive workshop that integrates strategy, thinking, and engagement - truly a three-dimensional approach to look at what makes each of our children unique.

Upcoming OCDSB Speaker Series: Youth Substance Abuse

2016-02-25 19:00
2016-02-25 20:30
Speaker Series Event:
Thursday, February 25th -

7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School
Cafetorium
55 Centrepointe Drive


Concerned about youth drinking, drugs or substance abuse? The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board invites you to attend our next free Speaker Series event hosted by the Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services. Learn signs and symptoms to be aware of and how to access help when needed.

Photos from the Glebe TNT 2016

Social in the Gym - Glebe TNT 2016

Ban Ki-moon and Justin Trudeau visit Glebe

From Twitter

On the day of Glebe's TNT Event, Prime Minister Justing Trudeau and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon dropped by Glebe to meet the students. They took part in an afternoon student assembly.

News Coverage:

CBC Morning highlights upcoming T'N'T

In case you missed it here is the great CBC interview of staff and students this morning. Only a few more days!

Glebe Tour and Taste (TNT) event next week

Just 6 more days to get your tickets for the Glebe Tour and Taste (TNT) event, Thursday Feb. 11 from 6:30-9:30 at Glebe CI.

Course Selection and February Council Meeting

2016-02-08 18:00

Please note that our next school council meeting will be on Monday Feb 8th at 7:00 pm in the school library.  At 6:00 pm on the same day, there will be a presentation on course selection for the 2016-2017 year in the auditorium.  All our welcome to join us for one, or both, events.

It's time to buy your Glebe TNT tickets!

Glebe parents, friends, and alumni,

It's time to buy your Glebe TNT tickets! We're counting on you to make this event a success.

Tickets for this event, Feb. 11 from 6:30-9:30, are $30 and are available at the Glebe school office or online.

If you are planning to come, please buy your tickets before this Friday so we can get numbers to our caterer. If you are unable to come, please consider donating $30 to the fund and get a full tax receipt.

Glebe Principal France Thibault wins award as one of Canada's Outstanding Principals

France Thibault

The Learning Partnership has announced the recipients of this year's "2016 Outstanding Principals" award, and France is one of the winners.

From her bio on the site:

France has a wealth of expertise from positions at a variety of Ottawa schools as well as international experience. Her dedication to improving learning opportunities for students led to her founding of School-for-All, which trains volunteers and teachers in Kenya, Tanzania, and Mali. France is the consummate instructional leader, blending data and evidence-based practices. Teacher evaluations are more about professional learning and collaboration, than appraisals. The achievement of students at Glebe Collegiate Institute is at the forefront of everything that happens at the school. Over 90% of students are successful on the grade 10 provincial OSSLT. Progress for each student is tracked, monitored and there are ongoing interventions put in place for supports. Student success for all is France’s mantra reflected in the increase in the results of both the students in applied and academic programming. Frances motivates, inspires and generates trust among staff and students, leading to student success.

Our congratulations to France on a well-deserved win!

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