Community Involvement Hours

There are a number of volunteer opportunities coming up for those of you who still need to earn their volunteer hours, or wish to upgrade past the needed 40 hours.

Remember that before you help at an event to double check that it is an approved site for earning volunteer first!  Mrs. Penner has lists in Guidance to double check, or you can access the file (and volunteer sheet!) here: 

1.  Mrs. Penner displays volunteer opportunities on her plexiglass board in Guidance, and Mrs. May posts these items on our DHS Facebook page.

2.  Check out CKDR Events Page –   There are many approved volunteer organizations who are hosting different events in the next few weeks.

3. TUTORING – we are in need of math, science, and English tutors for grade 9, 10, and 11 subjects at all levels.  Tutoring usually occurs during the lunch hour or after school, depending on your schedule.  Please see us in Guidance to indicate your interest for any or all of these subject areas.

There will be a paid tutoring position available as of the beginning of October, but this will be open to students who have already completed their 40 volunteer hours.  You will be paid for up to 75 hours of tutoring time.  This student/students need to be adaptable in all subject and grade areas.  Please let me know if you are interested in this position.

Ms Seitz 

DHS Guidance Department

Phone: 223-2316 x.231

TD Scholarship for Community Leadership

Have you shown exceptional leadership in helping to make a meaningful and lasting difference in your community? We’d love to hear about your community leadership efforts and what inspired you to get involved. We’re more interested in the mark you’re making in the world than the marks you’re getting in the classroom. The program is open to students with an average of 75% and up (outside Quebec) who are supporting positive change in their communities.

TD Scholarships for Community Leadership recipients receive up to $70,000 for tuition (college or university) and living expenses as well as opportunities for paid summer employment, peer networking and mentorship.

Application deadline is November 14, 2022.

Visit to create a profile and begin your application process.

Please let Guidance know if you need any assistance!

MNO Post-Secondary Education Virtual School Fair

Greetings from the Post-Secondary Support Team of the Education and Training Branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario.  We are excited to invite you to our second annual Virtual Post-Secondary Education Fair to be hosted virtually through PheedLoop Live Event platform.  We welcome all Métis students to attend. 
Student Registration due by October 10th 2022):

You will be encouraged to visit any of the booths in order to learn about Post-Secondary options available.  Both Indigenous Representatives and Admissions Staff from Universities and Colleges across Ontario are looking forward to interacting live with you, and to help guide you to find the right educational fit for their future.
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