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A solid investment towards a promising Health Care Career!

 

The CDSBEO Personal Support Worker (PSW) Program is a provincially accredited program that is delivered in various communities throughout our board by qualified health care providers with nursing backgrounds.  Our PSW students graduate with qualifications equal to those taking a PSW program at a community college with significant cost savings.  

Each of our PSW programs include opportunities for various certifications, as well as the ability to earn credits towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).  Please check out our website www.coned.cdsbeo.on.ca/psw for more information.

Information sessions about the PSW program for our February 2019 intake will take place on the following days and locations.

November 27/18          1:00 – 2:00       St. James Catholic Education Center – Smiths Falls

November 28/18          3:00 – 4:00       St. Mary C.H.S. – Brockville

December 3/18             2:00 – 3:00       Cornwall Board Office

December 7/18             3:00 – 4:00       St. Joseph – Gananoque

December 10/18          3:00 – 4:00       St. Jude – Vankleek Hill

December 12/18          3:00 – 4:00       St. Michael C.H.S. – Kemptville


Rowan’s Law Day


Voluntary Self-Identification for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students


Cannabis Information Sessions!

CDSBEO and UCDSB partner with local public health units to promote community awareness in response to legislation on non-medical cannabis

 

September 10, 2018 (Brockville and Kemptville, ON) – The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario, the Upper Canada District School Board, and area health units will host public information sessions for communities and parents of school-aged children to learn about how community health and schools are approaching cannabis legislation in a safe and responsible way. 


International Day of the Girl


Catholic Student Trustee Installed for the 2018-2019 School Year

Catholic Student Trustee Installed for the 2018-2019 School Year

Kemptville, ON (Wednesday, August 29, 2018) – The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario is pleased to announce that Michael Fenn, a grade 12 student at St. Mary Catholic High School in Brockville, has been installed as the next Catholic Student Trustee for the CDSBEO. Fenn has assumed the position from Andrew D’Alessio, who served for the 2017-2018 school year.

“We are so pleased to welcome Trustee Fenn to the Board,” noted CDSBEO Chair Todd Lalonde. “We know that he will make an outstanding contribution this coming year as the voice for all CDSBEO students.”

Trustee Fenn was elected to the position in April by the Student Senate.

“I am thrilled to begin my new role as Catholic Student Trustee. I strongly believe giving the Board of Trustees a clear and honest student perspective will benefit the entire CDSBEO today, and as we move forward into our bright and promising future.”

As Catholic Student Trustee, Michael Fenn will represent the more than 12,800 students across the Board. He will lead the Student Senate, which is made up of representatives from all CDSBEO secondary schools. The Senate discusses student issues, gathers student opinion, and helps to develop communications with all students across the CDSBEO. It also provides a means for student council leaders and senators to gain leadership skills.

In addition to serving on the Board of Trustees and the Catholic Student Senate, Trustee Fenn will have the opportunity to meet other student trustees, and trustees from across the province.

Michael Fenn can be found on social media at @Michael_CDSBEO (Twitter), and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MichaelCDSBEO.

The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario operates 39 elementary and 10 secondary schools across eight counties. The CDSBEO offers excellence in Catholic education through provincial-leading programs to approximately 12,800 students.


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Setting Boundaries to Build Better Character

Where have all the boundaries gone? How do you stop your kids from running you over? Where does friendship end and parenting begin?


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