Student Services

Program Leader

Cooperative Education,  Guidance, Careers, Technological Education, Arts 

  • Mr. Joe Irvin: 613-256-1470 ext. 2522 



Guidance Counsellor

  • Ms Anne-Marie Morrison:  613-256-1470 ext. 2508



Cooperative Education Teacher

  • Mr. Dan Hickey: 613-256-1470 ext. 2522                               Email:

Student Support Partner

  • Melanie Fielding 613-256-1470 ext. 2212



Guidance Office Administrator

  • Ms Ann Drynan: 613-256-1470 ext. 2507



Please feel free to come into Student Services to make an appointment with our staff at any time. Our door is always open! 

The Guidance and Career Education Program

The Guidance and Career Education Program is a vital and integral part of the secondary school program. Through the program, students will acquire the knowledge and skills that they need in order to learn effectively, to live and to work cooperatively and productively with a wide range of people, to set and pursue education and career goals, and to carry out their social responsibilities. The program will be delivered through various means, including classroom instruction, orientation and exit programs, completion of the annual education plan (grade 10), career exploration activities, and individual assistance and short term counselling.

The goals of the Guidance and Career Education Program are outlined in the policy document entitled Choices Into Action: Guidance and Career Education Program Policy for Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1999.

The program also provides liaison with elementary schools, post-secondary institutions, the community, industry and employment centres. Students may be counselled on a regular basis, and they are also encouraged to see a counsellor whenever they need information or assistance. Teachers or parents may also request that a counsellor speak with a student. Parents are invited to contact the Student Services office at any time to arrange an interview with a counsellor for the purpose of discussing any matter which they believe may be affecting the progress of their son or daughter.

Check out the Civil Construction Careers Institute website for information for high school students interested in Civil Construction and career opportunities. 

We will be offering several presentations during the year by various Colleges and Universities within Canada.  (See links to the left)  These are open to all potential graduates. There will be sign-up sheets posted outside of Student Services. 

Note: Location may vary. See schedule and listen to announcements and check Facebook for updates.

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Contact Information
Program Leader: Mr. Irvin/Guidance Counsellor: Ms Morrison
Student Services
Phone: 613-256-1470
Fax: 855-340-9073
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