SOLE bid farewell to our students who are moving on to the next big adventure. Students, families and friends, our staff, administration, and superintendent Mary Jane McNamara gathered to celebrate our graduates’ achievements, and valedictorian Casper gave a touching and entertaining speech.
It’s always hard to say goodbye, but we are so proud of our 2018 graduates! Best of luck in the future, and stay in touch!
Our first SOLE Film Festival brought the fantastic work of our Film and TV Production students to the big screen. (Okay, the medium-sized screen in the Student Lounge.) We screened the films and students voted for their favourites. The winners are…
Funniest Film: “SOLE Office Intro” by Celeste C.
Best Script: “SOLE Silent Film” by Michael C.
Best Editing: “C+E” by Celeste. C. and Ella C.
Best Acting: James J. in “Skateboarding Doc.”
Best Picture: “Quality Suffering” by Casper F.
Congratulations to our winners and a huge thanks to all of our participants, willing or otherwise. 🙂
It’s time to pull out the red carpet! Join us at the first ever SOLE Film Festival in the Student Lounge at lunch on Tuesday, June 19th to celebrate the films made in Rachel’s Film and TV Production class. There will be popcorn and a chance to vote for your favourites! Everyone is welcome.
You might have heard teachers talking about a “moratorium.” What is it? TDSB policy states:
during the moratorium period of four (4) days prior to the scheduled mid-term or semester and final exam days, there shall be no:
assemblies (except in extenuating circumstances, i.e. violent incident, bereavement);
shortened instructional school days;
conferences or meetings that remove teachers from their schools;
projects or assignments for students writing an examination
culminating activities for students writing an examination;
homework, other than outlined below.
Homework that is considered to be part of the systematic review and examination preparation process (such as review quizzes, sample examination questions, or practice tests) and that do not count for marks, may be assigned during the pre-examination moratorium period.
Confused about what that means? We made a flowchart: