See you in 2021… From St. Louis

As the last student and teacher leaves the classroom today (on site or virtually).

As the last staff person flips the sign to “closed”.

And as we all prepare for a quiet Christmas season, know that St. Louis will be ready to ‘begin again’ on Monday, January 4th, 2021. Please stay healthy and safe this holiday.

When you refer to the St. Louis’ December and January Holiday Schedule , ask yourself “Who will YOU Become in 2021?

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Who Will YOU Become in 2021?

As we approach the end of 2020, the new year brings a range of possibilities.

  • Have you always wanted to finish your high school diploma?  Did life get in the way?
  • Are you at a point in your life that you want to switch careers? Upgrade to get into college or university?
  • Do you want to make a difference in this new world of ours – to your family, to your community?

Ask yourself the question: “Who Will You Become in 2021?”

Sign up now until Dec 17 for secondary school credit classes starting January 5th . Take St. Louis classes NOW for your college/university applications due soon, so you can start in September 2021 . Talk to our Guidance Services about the ways you can earn credits while working.

If you’ve been out of school for a while and still need your high school diploma, find out what you need to be successful — Book a Core Essentials Assessment.

Pursue a passion and gain employment readiness skills. All in-class portions are 6 months in length with excellent work placements after!

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Will you learn a language? Take a college course? Improve your English language skills? Help your child become more confident and successful in school?

To pursue the armed forces, get your heavy equipment operator license, earn a supervisory role in your current place of employment — all require your high school diploma.

Whoever YOU Become in 2021 – know that St. Louis can help you get there!

https://stlouis.wcdsb.ca 

stlouis@wcdsb.ca

 

 

St. Louis Evening Classes Move to Remote Learning – Dec 1

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December 1, 2020 (as of 12:00pm)

Due to the current weather conditions, St. Louis Continuing Education and Adult and Learning Centre buildings are CLOSED to students and staff for afternoon and evening classes.  When All St. Louis programs and services switch to or continue as remote learning on any weather affected day, this means that afternoon and evening classes become remote learning, as well.

School closures on weather impacted learning days affects:

  • Secondary School Credit Day classes – 12:30pm-3:30pm (students see details on D2L announcements)
  • Core Essentials (Literacy and Basic Skills) class – 12:30pm-3:30pm
  • English Language EVENING classes (ESL) – 6:30pm-9:30pm
  • Personal Support Worker (PSW) PART-TIME EVENING class – 4:30pm-9:30pm

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Weather Impacted Learning Day, All Buses Cancelled, All Schools Closed

December 1, 2020

Due to the current weather conditions:

  • St. Louis Continuing Education and Adult and Learning Centre buildings are CLOSED to students and staff.
  • All St. Louis programs and services are NOT CANCELLED.
  • Learning in ALL St. Louis programs is switched to or continued as a Remote Learning Day.

If you have children, KEEP THEM HOME.

  • ALL SCHOOL BUSES, TAXIS AND SPECIAL EDUCATION ROUTES are cancelled.
  • All schools and sites are CLOSED and it will be a Remote Learning Day.
  • Students will be provided with asynchronous student work by 10 am, as each classroom teacher has a Google Classroom or D2L site.
  • Normal bell times will be followed to allow students to contact their teacher through the LMS or email.
  • All Extended Day Childcare Programs are CLOSED.
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