Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

  • Centre Hastings Secondary School

    Our focus is on excellence in education for all students in all pathways as we work with our community to prepare each student to meet the challenges of an exciting world of change through innovation and creativity. Our staff work together to help each student do their very best and to create a supportive, positive and caring learning environment for our students.
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  • Centurions Are Committed

    Centurions commit to academics and athletics and show their strength through acts demonstrating courage and their willingness to support each other.

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  • Centurions Get Involved

    Centurions demonstrate their commitment to shoulder their responsibility to do the right thing by getting involved in the school, in the community and in global issues of human rights.

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Upcoming Events

Mon Nov 20 @12:00AM
Grad Photos
Tue Nov 21 @12:00AM
Grad Photos
Tue Nov 21 @ 6:00PM, - 07:00PM
School Council
Tue Nov 21 @ 6:00PM, - 07:00PM
Literacy Info Night
Wed Nov 22 @12:00AM
Grad Photos
Wed Nov 22 @ 8:00AM, - 02:00PM
Immunization Clinic
Thu Nov 23 @12:00AM
Grad Photos
Thu Nov 23 @ 7:00PM, - 10:00PM
Semi-Formal Dance

A Visitor From Tyendinaga Territory

asdfasdfasdf​As a part of Treaty Recognition Week in Ontario Jo Brown from Tyendinaga Territory was in the Learning Commons for a discussion and workshop on treaties and wapum belts.  He will also shared the stories from his family members that were enrolled in residential school.  Thanks to Mr. Shortly and the team of teachers for organizing this event.

Distracted Driving Pledge

asdfasWe held our first ever Distracted Driving Week from November 1-8, 2017. This week was made possible by our local OPP and Hastings and Prince Edward Public Heath. Highlights of the week included classroom visits from OPP to share the legal and social implications of distracted driving as well as a pledge by students and staff to stop distracted driving.

 

Kairos Blanket Exercise

asdf ​Students in our 7 Native Studies courses took part in the Kairos Blanket Exercise today. This is a teaching tool to share the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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Watch the video to learn more about this unique learning experience.

Welcome to the Blanket Exercise from KAIROS Canada on Vimeo.

 

 

Co-Creating Success Criteria

asdf Students in Ms. Dunning's and Ms. Robertson's classes have been working with their teachers to create Success Criteria for the written assignments. Success criteria help students to know exactly what features are required in their work.

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Bay of Quinte Volleyball

afadsWe are proud to host the 2017 Bay of Quinte Sr. Boys Championship on Tuesday Nov. 6th.

Click here to download the schedule.

 

Graduate Photos

adfGraduate Photos will be taken from Friday Nov. 17th to Thursday Nov. 23rd.

Graduates must make an appointment online to have their photos taken. Graduates are advised to visit student services this week to pick up an information brochure with details about appointment booking and sitting fees. Youcan also use the link below to book your appointment.

https://schedule.prestigeportraits.ca/schedule/home.html

 

Parent Involvement Committee

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The HPEDSB Parent Involvement Committee will meet on Thursday Oct 26 at 6pm - Parents from the Centre Hastings area are welcome to join through video confencing at CHSS.

The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is a formal structure and an important advisory body, established in accordance with Ontario Regulation 612/00 and Board Policy 11-K: Parent Involvement Committee. The purpose of the PIC is to support, encourage and enhance parent engagement at the board level in order to improve student achievement and well-being. The PIC does this by providing information and advice to the Board on parent engagement, communicating with and supporting school councils and undertaking activities to help parents support their children’s learning.