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Click the links below to review the policies in place in our school:

St. Stephen Progressive Discipline

Student Code of Conduct St Stephen

School Lockdown and Secure School Procedures



Introducing abc123 videos for parents

Helping your child improve his or her reading, writing and math skills is as easy as abc123 with new video resources, now available in English and French.
Besides the video podcasts, the abc123 website offers tip sheets and guides for parents who want to help their children improve their skills in reading, writing and math. 
Complete instructions about how to download the videos are available at abc123

Grade and Subject Curriculum information can be found at: www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/elementary/grades.html

Learn to Read Site : www.starfall.com/ (phonic books and printing pages can be downloaded)

Sites to help keep your child reading: 
http://www.epl.ca/EPLMaster.cfm?id=BOOKSFORBOYS0001 (Books for Boys – Not another bunch of girlie books…)
http://www.epl.ca/EPLMaster.cfm?id=BOOKLISTYOUT  (Lists of Great Books for Kids)
http://www.epl.ca/EPLMaster.cfm?id=YUCKTHEBOOKL0001 (A list of books that will make parents squirm)

Math Sites: 
http://www.mathfactcafe.com/ (Pre made or costume math fact sheets can be downloaded or done online. Time and money practice sheets are also available.)

http://www.thatquiz.org/ (Math facts can be done online. Fractions and Concepts – time, money, and place value- problems can also be done online.)


School Projects

http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/resources/special_initiatives/wa_resources/wa_shared/tipsheets/5Ws_of_cyberspace.cfm (Evaluating Websites—Are the sites credible?)

http://www.biblioottawalibrary.ca/connect/homework/tips/citing_sources_e.html (How to cite sources in a bibliography includes websites and online databases)

http://www.biblioottawalibrary.ca/connect/study_zone/study_zone_e.html 
(Access to Ottawa Public Library Databases through your home computer all you need is your free library card and your library pin number)

http://www.epl.ca/EPLMaster.cfm?id=HOMEWORKHELP0002 
(Edmonton Public Library has a very user friendly site for homework help. Although you can not use the databases unless you have an Edmonton Public Library Card, their selected website section and the pathfinders section can be very useful.)


French Research

http://www.biblioottawalibrary.ca/connect/study_zone/study_databases_e.cfm#top
(Access to Ottawa Public Library French Databases through your home computer all you need is your free library card and your library pin number)

http://nature.ca/notebooks/francais/mon3.htm
(Information about animals, birds, fish, dinosaurs, reptiles, bugs, and prehistoric animals)

http://www.rocler.qc.ca/cbarret/index.html
(Information about endangered species)

http://www.google.ca/intl/fr/
(To Search the web in French) 


French Reading and Vocabulary

http://www.languageguide.org/francais/
(Site includes pictorial vocabulary guide on various subject matter, grammar section and a reading section)

French Games and French General Interest

http://www.tfo.org/education/eleves/

http://www.radio-canada.ca/jeunesse/

http://www.jeuxpourenfants.org/

http://www.clicksouris.com/

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