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Students Look Forward to Transitions 2005

(L-R): Abbie Scott, Grade 12 student, Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School; Lauren Flewelling, Grade 8 student,
R. L. Beattie Public School; and Dayna Corelli, Grade 10 student, St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School review
secondary and post secondary promotional materials in preparation for Transitions 2005

November 11, 2005 - Students, parents and guardians will have an opportunity to participate in the third annual Transitions presentation that will take place at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School, 275 Loach's Road this coming Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in the school's gymnasium. Transitions 2005 is an information session designed to help students make key decisions in the transition from elementary to secondary school and from secondary school to college and university.

"With different streams in high school designed for apprenticeships, college and university it is important to know what choices are available to students as they enter high school, post secondary education or the work force," states Maurizio Visentin, Guidance Counsellor at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School and one of the guest speakers at Transitions 2005. "Our secondary school curriculum requires that students make educational choices as early as grades 7 & 8 and then again in grades 10 to 12. It is important that parents, guardians and students know what choices are available so that students have as many educational and career opportunities as possible. With that in mind I encourage all Grade 7 to 12 students and their parents and guardians to attend this very informative session," concludes Visentin.

The Sudbury Catholic District School Board, the Rainbow District School Board, and Cambrian College have joined with College Boreal and Laurentian University to present Transitions 2005. A representative from each organization will be on site to provide information and answer questions throughout the evening.



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