Did you have something to eat this morning? Are you still hungry and need a nutritional snack to start your school day? Whatever your reason ... come on down! Stop by for a bagel, toast, juice, or just to chat. We'll see you there!
Monday - Friday 7:45 am - 8:15 am
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Contact: Christine Wert, Supervisor
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Department & Course Information
Follow the links below to access curriculum and teacher information. Teacher websites (where available) are also accessible through these links.
Learning Commons Staff
Mr. M. Karssing - Teacher Librarian
Monday - Thursday 7:45 am - 3:15 pm
Friday 7:45 am - 3:00 pm
Note: Hours are subject to change when reservations are in effect.
After School Study Hall
Students may use the St. Pius X High School library to study, complete homework, and access the school resources such as books and computers. If students need assistance completing homework or editing essays, Mr. Karssing is willing to help.
St. Pius X Style Guide
Academic and additional contribution awards are presented at the Graduation exercises in June.
In October, Departmental Awards of Merit are presented to the students of all grades for outstanding achievement in their courses.
Athletic excellence in the various sports programs is recognized at the annual St. Pius X Athletic Banquet in June.
In June, awards recognizing overall contributions to the school are presented:
The Pius Letter is given to students, who have compiled at least 21 points during their years at St. Pius X, for their commitment to various School activities.
The Junior X-Men Award is given to Gr. 9 students who have participated in at least one activity in each activity category (Clubs, Athletics).
A - E
Mr. T. Warren (Ext 230)
F - N
Ms. N. DiChiara (Ext 229)
O - Z
Ms. A. Santaromitavilla (Ext 233)
Ontario Secondary School Requirements
Parent Information Night for Students Entering Grade 9
Parent Information Night for Students Entering Grades 10-12
Student Appointment Request
Course Change Request
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Looking to quit smoking: Ottawa Public Health (OPH) offers a variety of smoking cessation options to help students quit using tobacco products. To learn how to access some of these free resources, visit www.ottawa.ca/quitsmoking.
Welcoming our Newcomers! Maria Camacho is our Multicultural Liaison Officer who helps to address the settlement and integration needs of newcomers, immigrants and refugee families to ensure a successful school experience. She can be reached at: 613-225-8105, #247, or 613-513-4621 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. She is in the school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.