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Last Updated: Feb 26, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Read to Every Kid Every day


Send us your projects!


Send us your projects & art!


or talk to your school LCI.


Freedom to Read Week February 22-28, 2015

DID YOU KNOW?  that even in Canada, some books have been challenged or even banned from being available to students.  For example, the HARRY POTTER SERIES, Huckleberry Finn, and Asha's Mums!  Freedom to Read week celebrates the right to intellectual freedom.  CHECK OUT this amazing video created by students in the Calgary Board of Education.

WANT TO LEARN MORE? Visit our Censorship resource created just for UCDSB students!

Gung Hay Fat Choy!!

Gung Hay Fat Choy!!

Happy Chinese

New Year!!!


              Chinese new year           

Ms. Wright's art class - Ms. Nowlan's 2/3s @ Vanier P.S.

Chinese New Year is a major holiday in China and Chinese communities throughout the world. Unlike in Western nations, the starting date of the Chinese New Year is not the same each year. It begins in late January or early February. The 15-day celebration begins with the new moon and lasts until the full moon.

(Encyclopedia Britannica - Elementary)


If you've never experienced snow...

Homework Help


SUBMIT your question in the search box below SOUMETTEZ votre question dans la case ci-dessous


TEXT/TEXTEZ 613-704-0144



More afterhours homework help

Staying up late to finish your assignment?  Can't find the answer in the UCDSB Homework Help?  Check out the links below for more online homework help.


Electronic Resources

Your school board subscribes to a smorgasbord of fun, informative, interactive electronic databases and eBooks covering everything you need for projects, assignments, research help, reading for fun and exploring a topic.  And.....these resources are not just for your school work!  There's games, information on health, cars, careers, plus access to a range of newspapers and magazines!

For a list of some of the recommended sites, go to our Virtual Resources A-Z page on the VLC...and dig in!



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