Tuesday, June 14, 2016 1:00 pm ·  0 Comments
Oakville’s newest school, Oodenawi Public School is now accepting student registrations for children entering kindergarten to Grade 8. If you live North of Dundas in Oakville, your children (kindergarten to grade 8) will be attending Oodenawi Public School in the fall. Since the school will be closed in July and the first three weeks in August, special summer registration times are scheduled to help parents/guardians get their children ready for school this September.
For Oakville registration please visit Oodenawi Public School which is located at 385 Sixteen Mile Drive, a block north of Dundas Street between Neyagawa and 6th Line in Oakville. The school is currently accepting student registrations and will be open for registration in the summer from July 11 to 15, 2016 from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. The school administration is expecting 800 plus students to be enrolled for the 2016/17 school year, so they would greatly appreciate if you applied as early as possible.
Accessing Oodenawi Public School is done through entrance 2 which is adjacent to the parking lot on the east side of the building. If you are planning to register your child while school is in session, please note that their is a door bell to the right hand side of the doors. The doors are locked at all schools, while students are attending classes. During the summer registration hours the school will be open.
If you have just arrived in Canada, you will be directed to the Halton District School Board’s Welcome Centre in Milton. However, you can go to the school to register your child and they will set up an appointment at the Welcome Centre on your behalf.
Bring the following original documents with you to register:
All school offices will re-open on Monday, August 22, 2016 for registration of elementary students new to the Halton District School Board and the school locator is available on the Board’s website.
Note to Newcomer Families (English is not a first language)
Following registration at the school, parents/guardians will be contacted by the Welcome Centre to arrange for settlement services and language and math assessments. Information can be found at www.hdsb.ca by using the search word ‘Newcomer’. The *Welcome Centre* will be closed on July 1 and will re-open on August 22, 2016.
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