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Posted On Wednesday, 14 August, 2019

A formal Inquiry Committee has begun the task of examining a complaint that Trustee Jake Skinner breached the Code of Conduct established for Trustees under the By-laws of the Thames Valley District School Board
In accordance with the By-laws, an Inquiry Committee must be formed to review the complaint, filed on June 11, 2019. The Committee is comprised of Chair Arlene Morell, Trustee Bill McKinnon and Trustee Bruce Smith.  It cannot...

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Posted On Tuesday, 23 July, 2019

For the 15 th year running, the Thames Valley District School Board is offering its High School, Here I Come! program for students who are entering grade nine in September.
The program offers tips, hints and skills for new students and was offered at 24 schools last year with over 2300 students attending. Paul MacGregor, Program Supervisor, is hoping to exceed those numbers this year.
“We know that the first few weeks at high school can be daunting, so the...

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Posted On Friday, 21 June, 2019

Summer School is a great option for students who want to complete additional credits during the summer or for those who would like to upgrade a mark. Summer Programs are offered to secondary school students and adult students who are working towards completing their secondary school diploma.
We also offer non-credit summer programs including High School Here I Come! and High School MATH Here I Come! for students entering Grade 9, and Literacy/Numeracy and ESL Camps for students...

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Posted On Friday, 07 June, 2019

Thames Valley students with developmental challenges are set to enjoy three fun-filled days of fellowship and athletic events at the annual Special Olympics June 10-12 at TD Waterhouse Stadium.
The Special Olympics begin each day with an Olympic March and Opening Ceremonies followed by track and field events and other special activities.
More than 1000 athletes and their peer coaches are registered for the Special Olympics.
Events include:
Track (wheelchair races,...

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Posted On Thursday, 30 May, 2019

Every day, there are students who attend school hungry, without proper clothing, or without school supplies and other basic necessities – creating challenging conditions that could impact their learning and, ultimately, their future.
More than $100,000 in emergency financial support was provided to schools this year by the Thames Valley Education Fund (TVEF) – more than ever before. With the need growing every year, the collective power from our community can make...

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