On WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019, hundreds of thousands of Grade nine students will spend the day at workplaces across Canada. Students will experience a wide variety of job and career options including what it takes to be a paramedic, work on a makeshift assembly line, develop a mock sales presentation or work in the IT department for a large corporation. Necessary forms will be sent home with students via their period 1 teachers and will be due on a specific date.
While the grade 9s are out of the school for the day, Grade 8s from our feeder schools will be bused to Bishop Reding for an introduction to student life in high school.
Click here to go to the Take Our Kids to Work website
So proud to work with amazing people that continually strive for excellence in education, themselves and all those around them! Congratulations @MsBonsuTweets !! @BishopReding is lucky to have you. https://twitter.com/elanontario/status/1540359869714284544
Congrats to Isaiah Iruoha who is the recipient of this year’s Chris Hadfield Bursary Award. Isaiah has a 98% average in his graduating year, holds many academic and athletic accolades. He has accepted an offer in the BASc Engineering program at Queen’s University for Sept 2022.
Congratulations to 2022 grad, Tam Mai, who is the recipient of the 2022 Loran Provincial Award, which had over 5100 students apply. Tam has accepted admissions to the University of Waterloo's System's Design Engineering Program which she will be attending in the fall. AMAZING!!