Friday September 11, 2020
Morning classes start this Monday and will run every day for the next five weeks. For the afternoon classes rotation, students should receive an email from their afternoon teachers, by the end of today, advising which group (A or B) they will be in. Group ‘A’ starts afternoon classes on Monday 14th, and Group ‘B’ starts afternoon classes on Tuesday 15th. Note: some classes may have small enrolment, and may be offered five days per week.
School Photo Days
Reminder that the grade 11 and 12 students will have their photos taken on Monday morning Sept 14. Purchasing photos is optional, but all students in all grades need to have school photos taken for school identification purposes (grade 12’s too - even if you are having grad photos taken later). Picture packages can be ordered by going online to mylifetouch.ca with Picture Day ID: QU010018Q0.
Student Information Verification Forms
Reminder to please return the Student Information Verification Forms to either your morning teacher or to the office early next week so the office staff can update student records. Whether or not there are any changes to make, parents are asked to please sign the form and return it to the school .
Cafeteria Food Service
Cafeteria service will have limited selection and quantity in the first week but will be building up both amount and selection in the second week. Also, as a food service, we follow all restaurant safety procedures and protocols as determined by the Provincial Health Authority.
If Your Student is Absent or Late
Parents are asked to please email your student’s teacher AND the Attendance Line if your student will be absent or late for class. The Link for the Claremont Attendance Line is on the Quick Links on the Claremont website’s home page: email@example.com
Starting Monday, all students who are parking in the student parking lot need to be registered. Permission forms will be in the Accounting office starting Monday Sept 14th.
Reminder that masks will be required when students and staff are in high traffic areas where physical distance is not possible (hallways and washrooms) .
Students need to come to class each day prepared with their own school supplies (borrowing and sharing supplies will be discouraged).
-Binders with loose-leaf paper and dividers (one 2” binder per course recommended),
-HB pencils (or mechanical pencils with sufficient leads),
-Blue or Black pens (non-erasable),
-Hand held pencil sharpener
-White vinyl erasers
-Calculator with scientific functions, (graphing calculators are not required unless requested for a specific course)
-USB 1GB (or larger) memory stick
Some classes or teachers may request specific items. Students will be informed of any course specific supplies during the course introduction. These supplies may need to be replenished as necessary throughout the year.
A copy of the announcements is posted on the wall outside of the main office door.