An update from FPSA - January 6

An update from FPSA - January 6, 2022
Posted on 01/06/2022
Update from FPSA

I hope that this message finds you and your loved ones well. 

A big thank you to our students and their families for your support in this latest transition to remote learning. We know that learning at home is challenging, and we appreciate the resilience, positivity, and support that we always receive from our community. 

FPSA School Council meeting January 12

Our next FPSA council meeting takes place on Wednesday, January 12 · 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Video call link: https://meet.google.com/tui-xdxq-mer

Please join us if you can

Upcoming school photo days

Our school photo days are in the process of being rescheduled due to the latest school closure. 

January 17, 2022 - POSTPONED

February 15, 2022 - Retakes for grade 7 and 8 photos

March 30, 20222 - Grade 8 grad photos

April 27, 2022 - Grad photo retakes

Remote learning technical assistance

Below is a list of resources that provide step-by-step instructions for students and parents on how to use our Learning Management System, Google Classroom. Here are the links to a few of these resources. Learn more about learning remotely in the student portal and on the OCDSB website.

Online Etiquette and Privacy

Online etiquette helps create a positive learning environment. Please be respectful of the privacy of other students and teachers. Please do not record the lessons, take pictures or screenshots or share/post pictures of the online class and please don’t share online work on social media platforms without first obtaining consent.

Technology support

If your child requires a Chromebook or a wifi hotspot, please call the school at 613-729-5054 or send an email to [email protected] and [email protected] to make the request.

Mental Health and Well-being

The surge in Omicron and the return to remote learning has left many families and students feeling a range of emotions. For some, the news has been a welcome relief, while it has left others feeling frustrated and worried. The OCDSB mental health team has prepared some simple tips to support students and parents with well-being during remote learning. Learn more about these and other resources.

Mental health resources and supports

For services and support available to help, please reach out to the following community resources or contact your school administrator.

 

Stay safe and be well,

Will Maloley, Principal of Fisher Park/Summit Alternative

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