The OCDSB provides resources and regular updates to assist school councils in preparing for and navigating through the school year. Visit the School Council webpage for more information.

Supporting School Councils

The Supporting School Councils webpage and newsletter is your destination for the latest updates, resources, key dates, and important information for school councils. Subscribe and read the updates.

Resource Library

The School Council Resource Library offers guides and resources for school council operations, funds management, elections, meetings, insurance and more. Explore the resources.

Resources for Parents and Families

Feel free to search through our resource centre to find information that maybe helpful to parents and caregivers. Email us at any time if you have a request for information or if you want to make a suggestion on a resource that should be made public.  We would very much like to have this resource centre relevant and convenient for our community.  

Ontario Ministry of Education-Curriculum Documents
This page exists within the Ontario Ministry of Education’s website and outlines the curriculum for our students for all subjects K through grade 8.  At this website you will also find a variety of  information for students and parents.

People for Education:  
People for Education is an  independent organization working to support public education in Ontario’s English, French and Catholic schools. They conduct vital research, answer parents’ questions, make policy recommendations and ensure there is broad coverage of education issues in the media. 

Physical and Mental Health

Learning Disabilities Association of Ottawa Carleton
LDAO-C is a not for profit organization that offers a number of programs for individuals, families, employers, educators and the community at large to help understand and cope with LDs better.   

Healthy Schools:   
Please visit this website to learn more about what the Champlain Local Health Integration Network is doing to promote healthy eating and physical activity for our students.

Youth Net at CHEO:
A bilingual regional mental health promotion and intervention program run by youth for youth.

Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services:  
Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services is a registered charity serving adults, youth, parents and family members who are, or have been, affected by addictions and related mental health issues.  

CHEO – Concussions:   
Please visit this site for information on detecting and managing concussions in your child.

Youth Services Bureau – Youth Mental Health Walk in Clinics
This bilingual sites describes a number of services available through the YSB including free walk-in clinics for youth aged 12 to 20. 

Crossroads Children’s Centre:  
The Crossroads Children’s Centre is a fully accredited children’s mental health centre that provides services for children up to age 12 and their families including a free walk-in clinic for parents and children aged 0-12. 

Parent’s Lifelines:  
If you are looking for help understanding mental health services for your child or you this is a great site and community to contact. 

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