Parent Communication at Central

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As a staff it is important to us that we work as a team with the parents and caregivers of our students.  Here are some of the ways  you can connect with Central Senior:

Call us! 705 324 4352 One of the best ways to get your questions answered is by speaking first to the homeroom teacher (or subject teacher).

Check out our website (as you are currently doing!). We have improved our calendars and now have links to the daily announcements so that you can see if there are practices, clubs or due dates that might not have come to your attention. Click on the Calendars tab, click on the date for which you’d like to see announcements, click more details then click the attachment with that day’s date on it to open the announcement document.

You can also get copies of our monthly newsletter through the website as well as announcements for hot lunches and special events. Sign up to PeachJar (icon on the CSS homepage) to get copies of eflyers that are sent out by the Board and by local community groups. Some teachers have class webpages linked through our homepage that you can access for resources and announcements.

Follow us on Facebook (Central Senior School) or on Twitter @centralsenior. Your child(ren)’s teacher may have an account on Twitter that you can follow for class specific updates.

Ask your child(ren) to show you their account on Google Classroom. Every student has a Board account. This is one of the best ways to find the answer to “So, what did you do at school today?” as many teachers post assignments, announcements and resources here for students to access daily.

Subscribe to the app called Remind. Ask your child(ren)’s (homeroom) teacher if they are using Remind to send out school related texts.

Email us! Teacher emails are first name.last name@tldsb.on.ca

 

We are always looking for feedback and for ways to improve lines of communication. We look forward to continuing to work with you to best support the learning and growth of the students of Central Senior.