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  • International Woman's Day 2019

    by Ann Gilmore | Mar 08, 2019

    The theme for International Women’s Day 2019, which takes place on 8 March, is “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change”.


    The above article honouring Women's Day, mentions that trends indicate that women are under-represented in the field of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and design.  I thought I would take this opportunity to celebrate the ways in which Sir Winston is meeting this challenge!

    Fun Fact #1
    Out of 19 students participating in this year's Science Fair, 12 are female.

    Fun Fact #2
    Out of 12 students participating in this year's Envirothon, 10 are female. 

    Fun Fact #3
    Half of the students who meet during lunch to prepare for Math contests are female.  In last year's Canadian Intermediate Math Competition, our top two students were female.  

    Go girl power!

    I would also like to take this moment to highlight the accomplishments of one of our grade 9 students who came to us from Power Glen Public School - Dheiksha Javasankar.

    Dheiksha is the first Canadian student to be awarded the prestigious Angela Award by the U.S. National Science Teachers Association.  Dheiksha has been researching the use of fruit extracts in a solar power technology known as dye-sensitized solar cells.  This research has led Dheiksha to top spots in various Science Fair competitions and has landed her with an article published in the Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) associated with Harvard University - https://www.emerginginvestigators.org/articles/efficacy-of-rotten-and-fresh-fruit-extracts-as-the-photosensitive-dye-for-dye-sensitized-solar-cells.

    We are very proud of our students and we are excited to see what future accomplishments will arise from this amazing cohort of young women!

    Ms. Gilmore, Principal 

  • Student School Climate Survey

    by Ann Gilmore | Mar 04, 2019
    The purpose of the School Climate Survey is to collect information to inform practices in enhancing a positive school climate, and ensure that all students feel safe, supported, accepted and included.

    The survey is anonymous.

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the School Climate Survey.

    School Climate Survey for Students

  • FREE Online Evening MATH Homework Help For ALL SWC Students!!! Click here for more info.

    by Neil Sheard | Nov 10, 2018

    Grade 9-10 Math Homework Help


    Sunday - Thursday, 5:30  - 9:30 p.m.

    You can log in from home, Sunday to Thursday, 5:30-9:30 p.m. for up to 20 hours a week of one-on-one confidential tutoring. The online tutoring is grade specific.  You will be able to ask your own specific questions and also see the questions other students are asking while watching the tutors explain the answers on their computer. This will all be done within the comfort of  your own home.

    Grade 11-12 Math Homework Help

     Sunday - Thursday evenings from 7:00 - 10:00.

    Students can access it from the D2L page.

    Any student registered in a Senior math class will have Math Homework Help in their course list in D2L.

    www.homeworkhelp.ilc.org  www.homeworkhelp.ilc.org 

  • Stay informed! Where to find SWC Guidance-related info...

    by Irene Siemiaszko | Oct 07, 2016
    Guidance uses the daily broadcast to inform students about opportunities such as, but not limited to: Community Involvement, Scholarships, Leadership, Jobs, Board-wide events, etc.

    BBs inside the Guidance study area = Potential Grads, Student Success, Community Involvement Hours, Jobs, Courses/Timetables
    BBs outside the Guidance study area = calendar of post-secondary liaison visits, student opportunities available "Beyond Our Walls" (outside of the building)

    Main page = News, Events, e+Learning tab (Career Cruising & Hour Republic), SWC Career Planner tab (course descriptions).  Tabs are found on the right side of main page.
    Guidance pages = found under the Guidance link at the top of the main page.

    “Remind” is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps teachers and schools share important updates and reminders with students & parents.  Subscribe by text, email or use the Remind app.  All personal information is kept private.  We will never see your phone number. 

    SWC Guidance has set up a “class” for each grade and we invite students and parents to subscribe and to stay informed of Guidance-related items (teachers and teams might also create their own Remind class/group).

    To receive messages via text, enter this number:  (289) 277-0558, and then text this message to join your particular grade:   

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    Gr. 12 =@swc2019  
    Gr. 11 = @swc2020
    Gr. 10 = @swc2021
    Gr. 9 = @swc2022
    (For Gr. ___,  text "@swc_____")

    Or, to receive messages via email, send an email to swc20??@mail.remind.com  
    ?? = enter your graduating year, as above. You can leave the subject blank.  

    TWITTER @SWCGuidance

    INSTAGRAM @swcguidance
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