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Parent Teacher Interviews

Dear Parents and Guardians of Georgetown DHS:

Parent Teacher Interviews will take place on Wednesday, April 17, from 6 - 8pm.

Teachers will be available on an informal, drop-in basis from 6 - 6:50pm.  Formal appointments are available from 7-8pm.

To book an appointment, please follow these INTERVIEW BOOKING INSTRUCTIONS.

If you are unable to access the link, please see the attached instructions below:

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A reminder that Monday, April 8th will be a PD day. GDHS staff learning will focus on student mental health and well-being, as well as skilled trades apprenticeship initiatives across the province and within the HDSB.

Parents’ Night
Parent Teacher Interviews will take place on Wednesday, April 17, from 6-8.  There will be an informal Meet and Greet session in the cafeteria from 6-6:50, and then formal interviews from 7-8.  Please watch for a separate email from us with instructions for booking formal interviews with your child's teachers.

Math and Science support for students
GDHS teachers are available to provide extra help in Math and Science. Students are invited to drop into room 225 to access this service:

Free online Math help is also available through the TVO Learn Mathify website. 

All you need is your OEN (Ontario Education Number). You can find your OEN at the top of all of your report cards or ask for it from your guidance counselor, Special Education Resource Teacher, or Student Success Teacher.

OSAP/Scholarship Presentation for Grade 12 Students and Parents
A representative from Sheridan College will give a presentation on Wednesday, April 17th  about OSAP from 5pm-6pm in the GDHS Library before the parent teacher interview evening.  The Guidance Dept. will also give a short presentation about scholarship and awards resources before the OSAP presentation.

International Day of Pink
Wear pink on Wednesday, April 10th! This initiative was started in Nova Scotia by students to prevent homophobic and transphobic bullying. This is a day where communities across Canada, and the world, unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.

Social Networking Safety Guest Speaker
Please join us at GDHS on the evening of April 10th for a session on social networking safety with Paul Davis, hosted by Parent Council.  This session is for parents and students. Please register for this FREE presentation on School Cash Online. See image below

Bike Swap

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Coming up at GDHS

-Your GDHS Admin Team

Georgetown District High School proudly presents the 2021 Graduation Commencement Ceremony. 

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