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St. Marys DCVI Student Services

Want to meet with a Guidance Counselor to discuss your:

  • Timetable 
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  • Mental Health Concerns
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Mr. Moore: [email protected]

  • Department Head Student Services
  • Department Head Physical and Health Education
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Dual Credit
 
Mrs. Chateauvert: [email protected]
  • Department Head Co Op Education
  • Pathways Lead - SHSM
  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship 
  • Guidance Counselor
 
Mr. Farmer: [email protected]
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Library 
  • PRISM/Online Support
 

Mr. Lowe: [email protected]

  • Grad Coach
  • Student Success
 

Mrs. Muller: [email protected]

  • Student Services Secretary
  • Transcripts

All students working towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) must complete 40 hours of Community Involvement.

Students can start accumulating their community involvement hours in the summer before entering Grade 9.

Students may wish to consider virtual volunteering, such as connecting with seniors, organizing virtual fundraising events and facilitating discussions with newcomer youth. Outdoor volunteer opportunities could include, for example, picking up litter.  Volunteer opportunities can be found in Student Services.  

The Ministry is providing increased flexibility in how all secondary students can earn hours.  At the principal’s discretion, students may count the following towards their community involvement hours:

  • Up to 10 hours of paid employment if a student is 14 years or older and completes a reflection exercise demonstrating how their work contributed to their community
  • Community involvement during school time, for example, walking a younger child to and from school or helping younger siblings with school work
  • Duties normally performed at home, for example, helping an elderly relative with errands or providing after school care for a sibling

These hours spent in the community are meant to encourage students to:

  • Develop an awareness and understanding of civic responsibility
  • Understand the role they play and contributions they can make to support and strengthen the community
  • Learn more about themselves and possible career opportunities
Link to Community involvement Sheet - Community Involvement Sheet