Monthly Archives: January 2014

Study and Go Abroad Fair

Toronto: March 2, 2014 – Metro Toronto Convention Centre

The Study and Go Abroad Fair is Canada’s largest international university and student travel expo, offering an opportunity to meet directly with top-ranked universities and colleges from around the world to learn about programs, travel, internships, volunteer programs, work abroad, and adventure / language travel.

Admission is free. Visitors can register on the day or, to save time, they can pre-register online at www.studyandgoabroad.com .

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Course Selection Grades 10 – 12 for 2014/2015

Students who will be in grades 10 – 12 in 2014/2015 will complete course selection online using MyBlueprint by February 12, 2014.

Students who had English (grades 9 – 12) in first semester were seen during their English class, and given instructions as well as a list of courses being offered and a link to the course calendar. If you were absent when this took place, please drop by guidance for your instructions.

Students who have English (grades 9 – 12) in second semester will be seen in their English classes on February 4 or 5, and will be given their instructions at that time. If you are absent from English class then, please drop by guidance for your instructions.

Students who need help with the course selection process or in using MyBlueprint to select courses, are invited to come to Computer Lab 331 at lunch on Monday, February 10 or Tuesday, February 11 for help.

All printed MyBlueprint course selection printed sign-off sheets are due in the guidance office by Wednesday, February 12, 2014.  Sign-off sheets received after that date may result in students being placed on wait lists for some courses.

Course Selection Guide for Students 2014-15

Courses Offered 2014-15

Madill Course Calendar 2014-2015

Canadian Gere Cure Foundation Postsecondary Award

The Canadian Gene Cure Foundation

 is excited to announce a competition for Canadian high school and university students to win a

$500 Post Secondary Education Award.

 We are looking for ONE GREAT FUNDRAISING IDEA and will award one entry with a $500 post secondary award and the opportunity to run the initial campaign at their school/university.

For more information about the competition or the Foundation, please visit our website http://genecure.ca/en/docs/OneGreatFundraisingIdeaContest.pdf or send inquiries to grants@genecure.ca.

We look forward to receiving great ideas from great students!

Deadline for entries is February 28, 2014 Midnight PST.

 About the Canadian Gene Cure Foundation:

The Canadian Gene Cure Foundation (CGCF) supports excellence in the research of human inherited diseases.Our key programs are designed to build a sustainable, cooperative research community in Canada:

•           The Canadian Gene Cure Foundation (CGCF) works to advance cures for inherited diseases by investing in the best and brightest researchers in Canada. CGCF has a history of funding genetic research through is research grant program. In 2010, CGCF introduced a new research grant opportunity for post-doctoral researchers – the Champions of Genetics Programme. This programme was designed with multiple benefits, in that it celebrates high-caliber scientific excellence of both highly respected senior scientists, and the rising scientific stars that they have mentored.

•           We provide high school students with an amazing hands-on opportunity to discover the world of genetic research in some of the top labs in the country through our Gene Researcher for a Week program

•           We encourage and enable university students to pursue both an MD and a PhD degree in the field of genetics through our Scriver MD/PhD Studentships. Physicians who understand research and researchers who manage patients play a valuable role in the pursuit of cures and treatments for disease.

Grade Nine Registration

Students in Avon Maitland DSB grade 8 classrooms will have received grade 9 registration materials during classroom visits by secondary school guidance counsellors.

Students from outside of Avon Maitland DSB who wish to attend F.E. Madill for grade 9 should pick up registration materials from F.E. Madill Guidance, or download the materials from the linked page here (on list at left of this page).

Students who live outside of Huron County and wish to attend Madill need to complete the border crossing request form and return to Madill as soon as possible. Students who live within Huron County but wish to attend a secondary school other than their ‘home school’ need to complete the border crossing request form and return to their ‘home school’ right away.

Help and Support Services

Struggling? Need help? Check out the Help and Support Services Page, listed at left.