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There is an overwhelming body of research that shows that parental involvement in education has a positive and lasting impact on a child. Whether you've got a little bit of time or a lot, there can be a place for you!

Getting Involved: Helping Your Child at Home
Parents and guardians can play an important role at home through understanding expectations, encouraging good homework habits and maintaining good communication with teachers throughout the school year. Parents of older students can assist with secondary course selections as well. Learn more...

Combined Grades
The research says students in combined grade classroom achieve as well academically as those in single grade classrooms. Whole-class strategies such as explicit instruction, co-operative learning and subject integration support improved learning in combined grades classrooms. Learn more...

Be Web Aware: Internet Safety for Families
Be Web Aware is a national, bilingual public education program on Internet safety. The initiative was developed and supported by Media Awareness Network (MNet), Bell and Microsoft Canada.. Learn more...

Triple P: Positive Parenting Programs
Triple P is a partnership of children's health, education and social services providers working together to offer families high quality parenting programs and individualized support and advice. From seminars and phone support, to one-on-one consultations and parenting groups, Triple P will help you create a positive, caring relationship with your child. To learn more, visit or call 705-566-3416 or toll free at 1-877-272-4336.

Special Education
Information and resources for families with children in Sudbury Catholic Schools' Special Education programs. Learn more...

Catholic School Councils and the Parent Involvement Committee (PIC)
The purpose of school councils is to improve pupil achievement and to enhance the accountability of the education system to parents. You can become involved! The Parent Involvement Committee is made up of representatives from our Catholic School Councils and facilitates communication among school councils and the Board and recommends resources and training. Learn more...

SCDSB volunteers are extra special people who help make our schools the very best they can be. You can lend a helping hand just once for a special event or field trip, or dedicate time on a more regular basis. Please contact your child's school to see what volunteer opportunities there may be that fit your own schedule, interests and unique talents. Contact your school...

Catholic Graduate Expectations
The Catholic School Graduate is expected to be a discerning believer formed in the Catholic Faith community; an effective communicator; a reflective, creative and holistic thinker; a self-directed, responsible, lifelong learner; a collaborative contributor; a caring family member; a responsible citizen.  Learn more...

Safe Schools
The mission of the Sudbury Catholic District School Board is to provide all students with a Catholic education that includes the knowledge, skills and values required to live a meaningful and faith filled life. The Board is committed to making each and every one of its schools a caring place that is safe for one’s faith development and learning. Learn more...

Parent News

•  Clara Steele wins OAPCE Parent of the Year award
•  To all parents and first time bus riders
•  Family Literacy Day in Mme Wright's Grade 2/3 Class at St. Paul School
•  December 2015 OAPCE Newsletter
•  Parent Involvement Key at SCDSB Summer School
•  June 2015 OAPCE Newsletter
•  11 Years and Running for the Johnathan Hetu Walk at St. Charles Elementary
•  St. David School Parents "Show Off" their "Love of Reading"


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