Dear Bishop Reding Parents and Guardians,
We are requesting that you advise us immediately if your child has a serious illness or life threatening condition, like diabetes, epilepsy, asthma, heart condition, anaphylaxis or any other medical condition we should be aware of.
We have parent packages that must be completed as soon as possible. The medical condition packages must be updated and completed every school year. The packages are available at the school.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
You can track your child’s attendance daily by clicking here and inputting their student number and birthdate. This will allow you to track their attendance in each class.
In Ontario, students need 30 high school credits to graduate. Please click here for a breakdown of these credit requirements.
To pay for school activities on line, please click here
For any questions regarding cashless schools, please call 1-866-961-1803 or click the “support” tab on the website.
Attention all parents and guardians of Bishop Reding students. The initial meeting of the Bishop Reding School Council will take place at 7 p.m. in the library at Bishop Reding on Sept. 24, 2014. Please come on out and get involved in the Council. Nominations and voting for the 2014 – 2015 School Council will take place at the meeting.
In order to ease congestion at the front of the school, parents are asked to pick up students after 2:45. This will allow busses access to the front of the school. Please do not park in front of the school.
If you must pick up your student from 2:30 to 2:45 please do so at the back of the school next to the football field.
We appreciate your support with this matter.
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Congratulations goes out to Chloe Kemeni for being chosen as Halton Catholic District School Board Student Trustee. For the news release, please click here
As part of the Halton Catholic District School Board’s ongoing efforts to improve school effectiveness, the Tell Them From Me (TTFM) Student Survey was implemented across all schools in our district during the fall of 2013.
Our School Improvement Plan is used to focus and direct our teaching and support staff’s activities, resources and energies on supporting effective instructional practice and improved student learning. Click here to view our School Improvement plan for 2013/2014