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The Curriculum Support Room / Resource Room (Room 109)

 

 The Curriculum Support Room is available to all T.H.S. students.  The support available takes many forms by supporting all pathways and learning needs.  The room is staffed by specially trained educational assistants under the supervision of Tara Reid, the Interdepartmental Special Education Head (ISEH).  Some of the more common supports are listed below.

 

Academic Support

A student may come to the Curriculum Support Room during class time for extra support on tests, assignments, or for an alternate learning environment. Computers and quiet work areas are available for student use. In order to access these supports, a student must advocate for their needs and get permission from his/her classroom teacher.  The room is also open to support student learning after school as well as during lunch.

 

Scheduled Resource Period

A student may request or be assigned to a scheduled daily resource period.  This is a non-credit program available to students in all grades and all pathways.  The resource period is designed to help the student remain up-to-date with his/her homework, assignments, and studying.  The resource staff will monitor the student’s progress and liaise with the student and his/her teachers in an effort to maximize the student’s potential for success.  The student is responsible for bringing his/her required work to class every day and has some freedom to develop their own schedule for homework/study time.

 

 

Learning Strategies (GLE/GLS)

As with the scheduled resource period, the GLE/GLS program is designed to help a student remain up-to-date with his/her homework, assignments, and studying.  The resource staff will monitor the student’s progress and liaise with the student and his/her teachers in an effort to maximize the student’s potential for success.  This is a credit- based program available to students of all grades and pathways.  To obtain a credit, the student must remain up-to-date in his/her other classes as well as complete resource materials.  These materials are designed specifically for the individual student, focussing on study habits, learning styles, personal goals, additional literacy support as well as developing specific skills in areas where the individual student struggles to ensure academic success.

 

 

Important Dates

Easter Egg Hunt:  April 17

Social Justice Easter Food Drive:  April 14 - 17

Midterm Reports carried home:  April 28

School Council Cyber Bullying Presentation:  April 28  7:00 pm Library

Spring Coffee House:  May 1  6:30 - 10:00 pm

Graduation:  June 26   6:00 pm

Kenya trip:  May 2015  See Ms. Cotnam, Mrs. Lamoureux or Ms. Hanley

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Trenton High School
15 Fourth Avenue, Trenton, Ontario
Canada K8V 5N4
Phone: 613 392-1227
Fax: 613 392-7118
Email: ths@hpedsb.on.ca

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HPEDSB
156 Ann Street, Belleville, Ontario
Canada K8N 3L3
Toll-free: +1 800 267-4350
General Email: information@hpedsb.on.ca
www.hpedsb.on.ca

Bell Times: 8:15 - 2:30

Principal: Mr. Ken Manderville 
Vice-Principals : Ms. Ruth Ellen Cummings
                                             Mrs. Joan Bennett
Guidance: Ms. Heather Bossa
                     Mrs. Janice Fetterley
Special Education: Mrs. Tara Reid
Student Success:    Mr. Roger Ramsay
 Web Maintenance: Ms. Mary Anne Ricard      
Superintendent:  Mr. Mark Fisher

 

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