Please see the following link to find out more information about OCDSB’s Outdoor Education programs at MacSkimming and Bill Mason Centres.
Thank you for visiting the Jockvale Elementary School website! Over the summer months our office will be close but you can register all summer long at the OCDSB Administration Building at 133 Greenbank Road.
Please call the Admissions Department at 613-596-8730 to make an appointment.
Please bring your child’s proof of age and address, health card and immunization record to register.
If English is not your first language, you are new to Canada, returning from abroad or from a French language school board, please call our Family Reception Centre at 613-239-2416 to make an appointment.
For more information please visit the OCDSB website.
Wednesday June, 11th
Come on out for some fun FREE entertainment! Bring your friends and family along to enjoy the inflatable slide, bouncy castle and obstacle course.
Live entertainment will be provided:
4:00-5:00pm we have an Exciting Science performance
5:00-6:00pm Junkyard Symphony
Food will be available for purchase from the Grill Masters.
Please join us for this end of year celebration! This is an event not to be missed!
Between May 26 and June 3, 2014 from 8:30-10:30 am, Jockvale’s Grade 3 students will be taking part in the provincial Assessment of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Primary Division (Grades 1–3) created by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO). This assessment is administered to all Grade 3 students in Ontario’s publicly funded school system.
Attendance and Punctuality on these days is essential. Please ensure your child is on time, as well as no medical appointments are booked during this morning block of time.
EQAO assessment questions are directly based on the expectations set out in The Ontario Curriculum, so your child does not need to prepare in any special way. Students will take the assessment in their regular classrooms with their regular teachers and are simply encouraged to do their best and show what they know.
Your child’s results on this assessment are private and will give an indication of his or her achievement in relation to the provincial standard. The results do not affect your child’s grades nor report card in any way. They will, however, give information about your child’s learning to add to the overall picture of his or her progress.
Student results on EQAO assessments are an important source of information about student strengths and areas needing improvement. We can use them as a school community, along with other information, to guide our school improvement initiatives for reading, writing and mathematics. This benefits not only your child but all the students in the school. The results are also used by our school board and the Ministry of Education to direct attention and resources where they are needed.
For more information about EQAO and to view a sample of its assessments, you may visit the Web site at www.eqao.com