Any student who did not collect their report cards for last semester are able to do so next week. The report cards will be in the main office and are available for pick up starting on Tuesday August 27th, 2019.
First Day Arrangements: Grade 7 and 8 students will meet us in the front foyer when they arrive on the first day. They will be directed to tables to find out their homeroom and then head to the auditorium for their official welcome! Grade 9 students will arrive at school and head to the cafeteria […]
Getting Ready! Timetables for our grade 9 students will be available for pick up, should they wish, on Wednesday August 28th between 10:00am – 12:00pm All timetables will be handed out on the first day of school If you are eager, check out EDSBY for your schedule – remember to scroll to September 3rd!
We would love to welcome new students into our Chippewa family. If you would like to register your child, please note the following: Grade 7 and 8 students and their parents/guardians are welcome to drop in anytime between Tuesday August 27 and Thursday August 29th to complete the paperwork and meet with Mr. Barons or […]
For Information, click the link: Thunderbird Registration 2019
Chippewa students are going to be sporting school colours tomorrow with a ‘Red and Gold’ spirit day. Please encourage your child to wear school colours tomorrow, as our Parent Information Night is taking place tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20th, starting in the auditorium. This is open to parents and students who will be going to Grades […]
Students, Parents and Guardians, We are coming to the end of the first semester of school year 2018-2019, and students and parents have access to view their progress as assignments and summative assessments are submitted on our new learning platform ‘EDSBY’. Please note that marks may continue to fluctuate up until Wednesday, Feb 6th, as teachers enter and calculate grades […]
Students who complete the Chippewa International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma will be provided the equivalent of one full year of university credits to Nipissing University as a result of a recent policy implementation. Under the new rules, students who successfully complete the IB program with at least six subjects, including three at a higher level, with […]
Chippewa students have another reason to stay local for their post-secondary education after recent changes made by Nipissing University to how it recognizes the achievements of students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. Find out more…