Click on the book to learn about the process for achieving the 40 hours of Community Service that is one of the requirements for achieving an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Paper copies of this document, and the record page, are available in Guidance, beside the "Community Involvement Bulletin Board"!
Gr. 9-11 students submit their hours electronically, via Hour Republic.
Gr. 12 students submit PAPER record pages. Click below to access a record page:
Student Passport Record
Click on the link below for volunteer opportunities:
"Hour Republic" is a web-based tracking system through which students are able to securely record their volunteer activities online. At Sir Winston Churchill, Gr. 9-11 students have moved to this platform and can submit their volunteer hours electronically.
Students will find an Hour Republic icon on their main D2L page. Clicking on the icon provides students with direct access to their Volunteer Page. No other passwords required - however, remember to log in through D2L (just Google "dsbn d2L")!
Gr. 12 students will continue with the paper process (but you’ve already completed and submitted your 40 hours, right, Seniors?!). Whatever the submission method, there’s no time like the present to complete this Ministry requirement!