Posted September 4, 2019
E-Learning Orientation Sessions will be held on Friday, September 6th in the PHS Library in A-B-C-D Blocks.
All E-Learning students are responsible to go to the orientation session according to when you have your E-Learning course period in your timetable (look for the blank spot in your timetable and that is your E-Learning period!).
This week: check if your course is downloaded to you at wrdsb.elearningontario.ca
This page contains links that may be helpful to students/parents/guardians who are interested in learning more about mental health and wellness, as well as how to access support and services. The resources primarily provide information on specific topics in mental health and well-being with some providing further links to community resources. Resources in Waterloo Region […]
What does mental health and well-being have to do with school? Good mental health is vital to our well-being. It provides us with a positive world view, helps us to deal with life’s challenges, and supports healthy relationships with our friends, families and communities. Mental health helps us to reach our potential. Who can I […]
September October Loran Scholarship – due end Of October – requires nominees – Info at http://www.loranscholar.ca/becoming-a-scholar/ HORATIO ALGER ASSOCIATION OF CANADA AWARD – due late October – Info at https://www.horatioalger.ca/en/scholarships/about-our-scholarships-programs/provincial-programs/ November TD Bank Community Scholarship mid november -Info at https://www.tdcanadatrust.com/products-services/banking/student-advice/articles/how-to-scholarship.jsp November U of T National Book Award and National Scholarship – due early November […]
Please look at these opportunities below: Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Youth Volunteer Scholarship Award offers a $1000 scholarship to the Youth Volunteer of the Year Recipient. Click here to view the Online submission form and the eligibility criteria. You may nominate yourself! Application deadline is October. Have Questions? Please email Melissa at The Cambridge Chamber of […]
Becoming a Panther is the start of a great adventure and is a wonderful privilege as you become a part of over 85 years of history and tradition. However, if this step makes you feel a little nervous or anxious as a student, parent or guardian, you are not alone. This page has been designed […]
The Ontario Student Transcript (OST) is the official record of a student’s academic achievement in Ontario at the secondary school level. Transcripts are required for application to post-secondary institutions and may be required for many other reasons such as employment. They are available from the last public secondary school you attended. If the last public […]
This PowerPoint presentation, from the Senior Assembly held September 19 2018, highlights various Post Secondary Events. These events are in place to help students determine what pathway they will take after high school. The events are also listed on the Guidance pages of this website. Ask your guidance counsellor if you have any further questions […]
College and University Representative Visits to PHS Post Secondary Information Lunchtime Sessions 2019 Various college reps and university reps come to PHS for lunchtime presentations. Everyone is welcome – any student, any grade! There is no sign up. Come to the Room 114 to listen. University Events (Degree Programs) Ontario University Fair (OUF) Sept 2019 in Toronto September […]
International Languages Program offered by WRDSB The International Languages program provides opportunities for students to learn a language at the elementary or secondary school (high school credit) level, at a variety of sites around the Region.
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