Student learning resources
During a secondary teachers’ strike, students are encouraged to continue their learning through
self-directed study. Students may also consider volunteering in the community as they can
continue to work towards their 40-hour community involvement requirement, which they need
It’s important to note that any self-directed study students undertake during labour disruption will not be assessed or evaluated, i.e. it will not count towards students’ grades.
Students should work on the assumption that school will resume and studies will continue. We
continue to monitor the situation, and will keep you updated as there is news to share.
Students may access learning resources using Office 365 and D2L, which they can access
Math Homework Help
Students can access Homework Help
for grades 9 and 10 Mathematics courses. Register with
your Ontario Education Number (OEN) and birth date. Find your OEN on your report card.
features math games, tools, activities and resources for parents and students that
support the learning of the Ontario Mathematics curriculum from kindergarten to grade 12.
Ontario Educational Resource Bank
Students who wish to supplement their learning, may choose to visit the Ministry of Education's Ontario Educational Resource Bank (OERB) at https://resources.elearningontario.ca
. There you will find over 31,000 learning activities and resources that can be searched by keyword, grade, courst/subject/strand. Sample units, including complete and partial courses, are available in many subject areas. Log in from http://byod.peelschools.org
Ontario Universities' Application Centre
Each year, the Ontario Universities' Application Centre provides a list of resources to support Ontario high school students. These resources are not designed to replace the high school curriculum and prerequisite courses. Instead, they're meant to augment learning and the skill set needed for academic success in university. Learn more: www.ouac.on.ca/student-support-and-resources.