Are you female-identified and interested in a job in the skilled trades or technologies?
Females in grade 9-12, join us at the Skills Ontario Career Exploration Event in Toronto! You’ll have the opportunity to learn about careers in the skilled trades and technologies through the stories and experiences of female trades/tech professionals.
Wednesday March 1st, 2017. 9:15 a.m.— 2 p.m. (Lunch Included) Cost: $15 / student
Casa Loma Campus– Student Association
146 Kendal Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1M3
Registration deadline: February 23rd 2017
For more information, please contact: Amy Kearns at email@example.com
Welcome back to our returning students, and a warm hello to our new students! We hope you’re pumped for semester two!
If you would like to see your marked exams, Exam Review Day is Wednesday, Feb. 1st.
You can pick up your timetable on Friday, Feb. 3rd. Returning students, please pick up your timetable between 9 am and 12 pm only in the SOLE office. New students, please come between 1:30 pm and 3 pm.
The first day of full classes is Monday, Feb. 6. Period 1 starts at 9:15.
Thursday cooking demonstrations are back! This time, Rachel demonstrated how to make delicious noodle soup in a mason jar. Join us every other Thursday to learn how to make affordable, healthy meals in 15 minutes.
Did you know that skilled tradespeople can make $60,000-$80,000 a year, and many make upwards of more than $100,000? Or that skills tradespeople are in such demand that the government will pay you to complete some programs? Or that you can get an education through a paid apprenticeship?
Today, Amy Kearns from Skills Ontario visited SOLE to give a presentation on opportunities in the skilled trades and technologies. Students learned about education pathways, career options, and all of the great things that these careers can offer to students.
For more information, and to check out events like the Cardboard Boat Race and the Skills Competition, check out Skills Ontario!
The season was made all the sweeter by meeting with the Syrian refugee family who inspired our holiday drive. They would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff and students who raised money and donated food and clothing to make their lives a little warmer, and were touched by our school’s generosity of spirit.