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Pathways Planning Information Evenings

Jan 12, 2015

Upcoming Pathways Planning Information Evenings in 2015 will allow parents and students to explore all of the opportunities that high schools have to offer in Halton.

The Halton District School Board now offers over 70 regional programs geared to better meet individual needs, helping more students succeed in their chosen pathway after high school, whether they are pursuing apprenticeship, college, community, university or the workplace.

We would like to invite you to our upcoming Pathways Planning Information Evenings to find out more information about the new and innovative programs that are being implemented by the Halton District School Board and how to plan for them in your child’s years at high school. There are four evenings being offered this month that are duplicated each night in the four regions of Halton. Pick the night that best suits your schedule. No need to register and please feel free to bring your child along.

We have found these nights very useful for all students Grade 7-12 opening their eyes to the many excellent engaging programs regardless of their chosen post secondary destination. These programs are designed to help set students on the road to success during and beyond high school.

Come out with your child and get more information on how to better prepare them for a rapidly changing world, at the same time as receiving a relevant, engaging and active education that meets the individual interests and needs of students.

Agenda for each night:
6-6:30 p.m. - Pathways displays and meet the teachers of over 60 programs
6:30-7:15 p.m. - Pathways presentation (including information on planning tools)
7:15-8 p.m. - Pathways displays and specific workshops

Workshops include additional information on OYAP programs, and Grade 7 and 8 preparation for high school.

Join us at 6 p.m. on any of the following Pathways Planning Information Nights:

- Tuesday January 13, 2015: White Oaks Secondary School, North Campus, 1055 McCraney Street East, Oakville
- Thursday January 15, 2015: Georgetown District High School, 70 Guelph Street, Georgetown
- Tuesday January 27, 2015: Craig Kielburger Secondary School, 1151 Ferguson Drive, Milton
- Thursday January 29, 2015: M. M. Robinson High School, 2425 Upper Middle Road, Burlington

These programs include the Specialist High Skills Major programs, Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Programs, Specialty School to Career programs, The Employability Skills Certificate program, Dual Credit college programs, Grade 8/9 Transition programs and more.


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