Welcome to the Earl of March Secondary School
Public Meetings on Boundary Revisions and Elementary
Alternative Program Boundary Expansion
The public is invited to attend one of four joint meetings to be held across the District to seek input on minor attendance boundary revisions and the expansion of the Elementary Alternative Program boundaries.
Minor Attendance Boundary Revisions
In an effort to ensure school boundaries are consistent with new development areas, improve access to programming, provide better utilization of existing instructional space and address inconsistencies in neighbourhood alignments, staff is proposing a number of minor boundary adjustments to provide for effective accommodation of students in different parts of the District. Areas/Programs/Boundaries potentially impacted include the following:
- Mer Bleue Expansion area (Orleans)
- Cardinal Creek New development area (Orleans)
- Central Park MFI 4-8 boundary revision
- Valley Stream Secondary 9-12 boundary revision
- West Carleton MFI 4-8 boundary revision
- Riverside South New development areas (south of Armstrong Rd. and east of
- J.H. Putman/Broadview 7-8 EFI boundary revision (Carlingwood area only)
2014-2015 Fall University Visits
For Grade 12 students. Please sign-up in Student Services
|October 8||Atlantic University Tour- Earl of March S.S.||7:00-9:00pm|
|October 22||University Information Program (UIP) AY Jackson S.S.||6:30-8:30pm|
|October 28||University of Toronto||11:10am|
|November 14||Wilfred Laurier||8:00am|
Wolf Trail Gatineau Trip
What started off as a wet day transpired into a great adventure with some fabulous ladies! The grade 10 girls personal fitness and the senior girls health & physical education class trekked up Wolf Trail in Gatineau last week. They got in some great fitness and enjoyed the landscape.
Varsity Girls Field Hockey
On Thursday the Varsity Girls Field Hockey team participated in John McCrae’s annual tournament and made it to the quarter finals. They had a great day bonding, meeting teams from other cities, playing against different levels of competition and seeking refuge from the rain! Spirits were high and the girls represented Earl well and demonstrated great lions pride! Congrats ladies!
The Grade 11 Photography Class Trip to the Wilson Carbide Mill Trail in Gatineau Park. We went on September 25th, and worked on slow shutter speed images with waterfalls, and landscape composition at Meech Lake.
Grads of 2014-2015
Meet the Staff Evening Presentation
Course Selection Information for 2014/2015
Course Offerings and Descriptions
The online course selection tool is no longer available. Students who still need to complete their course selections should come and see their counsellor to do so.
Leadership Opportunity for female Earl students
The Head Start Program for Young Women is being offered in Kanata through our councillor Marianne Wilkinson.
Interested female students who are 16 years of age are older are invited to participate.
See mariannewilkinson.com/head-start-program-for-young-women for information about the program and contact information.
Free Math Tutoring Online
Students taking grades 7 through 10 math courses have access to free math tutoring and other resources through the ministry funded program Homework Help. This is an exciting new online resource made available by the Ministry of Education and the Independent Learning Centre.
Homework Help is a website that offers free online math tutoring by Ontario Certified Teachers Sunday through Thursday from 5:30PM to 9:30PM. The site also offers other rich resources available all day every day such as interactive tutorials, a glossary, a calculator, previously recorded best sessions, full lessons, and a locker to save the tutoring sessions that they had completed or watched.
Students and parents/guardians can view this site at http://HomeworkHelp.ilc.org. Parents/guardians are encouraged to register their children at home so that students can start benefiting from the site right away. To register, students must provide their Ontario Education Number (OEN). The OEN can be found on each student’s timetable and report card.
For more information, please go to the Free Online Math Homework Help page posted on the board website, visit the site directly or contact your child’s teacher.
Grade 12 students can access important information about post secondary education, scholarships and other helpful information on the Student Services link/Newsletter.