Middle French Immersion Registration
Middle French Immersion registration Week is .
Registration is easy!
If you reside in our MFI catchment area (OCDSB School Locator website) and would like your child to attend Middle French Immersion, please fill out a registration form and drop it by the school office. If your child already attends an OCDSB school, ask the office staff to send the registration form via our internal mail.
For more information about French as a second language programs in the OCDSB, click here.
The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority is seeking input from the school community regarding a proposed policy and procedure to deliver transportation services to students in a joint custody arrangement and having two homes. Both homes must be within the attendance boundary and eligible for transportation. A formal application process requires that both parents and/or guardians sign the application and provide a schedule. Weekly or bi-weekly access schedules may be limited to ensure student safety. Other safety and operational risks will be assessed prior to approval or denial of each application.
Members of the school community are invited to complete an online survey (see link below). Please review the proposed policy and procedure, as well as Frequently Asked Questions on OSTA’s website (www.ottawaschoolbus.ca) prior to completing the survey. Public consultation closes .
OSTA thanks you for your input.
Kindergarten Registration Week for 2015-2016 is ongoing.
Click here for more information regarding kindergarten in the OCDSB
**Online registration is now available - click below to register online.
Parents choosing the on-line format will be asked to complete the form, print a copy and bring it along to the school during registration week, along with the other necessary documents (proof of address, birth certificate, health card, immunization record)
Term One Report Cards go home on.
Assessment is an important part of our learning at Hilson. Instruction, assessment and evaluation in today’s classrooms support multiple learning goals. Students need to learn more than facts – they must acquire 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
The OCDSB has created a fantastic guide for parents which offers clear, meaningful information about assessment, evaluation and reporting. Please click on the link below to learn more about assessment and evaluation in the OCDSB. This guide will also
provide you with tips on how to communicate with your child and their teachers and
answers some of the most common questions you may have regarding your child’s education.
Are you looking for an easy way to introduce more read aloud stories to your children at home? The Ottawa Public Library has many stories available online that your children can listen to and read along with a narrator. There are French titles and translations available as well. Check it out at...
Hilson Avenue PS has been selected to participate in the Ottawa Walking School Bus Pilot!
To view the route go to.... http://www.ottawaschoolbus.
To register please follow this link....
Participation is limited to 20 students. If you have any questions, please call the school at 613-728-4607
French Immersion Homework Help!
FSL Homework Toolbox/ Trousse pour devoirs
This is an FSL resource for parents and students in Ontario created by the Rainbow District School Board in partnership with the Ministry of Education. This resource includes a number of supports including
a udio files in English and French
· video clips demonstrating instructional strategies
· reference guide for specific topics
· list of French language learning websites
· general tips for learning French
Voilà Learning Homework Help-Online Homework Help In French
This is an online homework help support in French K-12 created in conjunction with the Ministry of Education. Ontario certified teachers are available to provide online support from 4-8 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for OCDSB students. Parents/Guardians/Students access the support by calling the toll-free number: 1 (866) 900 0658.
The OCDSB has purchased a license to pilot the use of the online homework help program for the remainder of the school year.
Note: Although these sites target French Immersion, the content of the sites would also be supportive for Core French
Visit to Hilson Avenue by Education Minister Liz Sandals and MPP for Ottawa Centre Yasir Naqvi.
Hilson Avenue's GREENING Project!
Read a blog post from Growing Up Organic about Hilson Avenue's planting efforts!
Hilson Avenue students, staff and parents are involved in a major effort to green our school yard!
Please click for more information on this great initiative!
PowerPoint format (.ppt)
Please click on the COMMUNITY INFORMATION link on the left for opportunities for students!