school council

Colonel By's School Council meets every third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the school Library. All are welcome.

Colonel By School Council Executive 2017-18

Co Chairs




Carla Cianciaruso



Adebimpe Egbeyemi

613-823 -5869






Lise Baillot-Kutukian

Don Wang









James Gupta

Julie Laurendeau







Gisell Delgado

(613) 425-1108

(613) 291-0101

Parent's Guide to ScreenAgers

Dr Barbara Virley - Promoting Resilience in Children: Practical Strategies for Parents
Video of April 19th Presentation

Meeting dates for 2018-19. All meetings are at 7PM in the school library:

Sep 18th
Oct 16th
Nov 13th
Dec 18th
Jan 22nd
Feb 19th
Mar 19th
Apr 16th
May 21st
Jun 18th

School Council Meeting Minutes

Council Minutes May 2018
Council Minutes April 2018
Council Minutes March 2018
Council Minutes February 2018
Council Minutes January 2018
Council Minutes November 2017
Council Minutes October 2017
Council Minutes September 2017
Council Minutes June 2017
Council Minutes April 2017
Council Minutes March 2017
Council Minutes February 2017
Council Staff Report January 2017
Council Minutes January 2017
Council Minutes December 2016
Council Minutes November 2016
Council Minutes October 2016
Council Minutes May 2016
Council Minutes April 2016
Council Minutes March 2016
Council Minutes January 2016
Council Minutes September 2016
Council Minutes February 2016
Council Minutes January 2016
Council Minutes December 2015
Council Minutes November 2015
Council Minutes October 2015
Council Minutes May 2015
Council Meetings March 2015
Council Minutes February 2015
Council Minutes December 2014
Council Minutes November 2014
Council Minutes October 2014
Council Minutes September 2014
Council Minutes May 2014
Council Minutes April 2014
Council Minutes March 2014
Council Minutes February 2014

Treasurer Report March

The Ottawa Public Health Parenting in Ottawa website provides parents with information on mental health, bullying, nutrition, physical activity, lice and many other topics.

P.077.PLG - Designated Schools / Student Transfers policy
A report providing a status update on the draft policy revisions will be considered by the Strategic
Planning and Priorities Committee on 4 November 2009.
The full report can now be accessed through the link below:

Keeping you Connected
February 12, 2016

Upcoming Events

Speaker Series Event:
Youth Substance Use - Support when you need it
Thursday, February 25th - 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School
55 Centrepointe Drive

Concerned about youth drinking, drugs or substance abuse? The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board invites you to attend our next free Speaker Series event hosted by the Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services. Learn signs and symptoms to be aware of and how to access help when needed.

Speaker Series Event:
How to Parent when the Brain Rules with
John Antonetti
Thursday, March 3rd - 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School
149 Berrigan Drive

Most of us have no idea what's really going on inside our heads - or our children's heads. How do we learn? What exactly do sleep and stress do to our brains? Why is it so easy to forget-and so important to repeat new knowledge? John Antonetti takes us on a journey through the latest brain research in a humorous, interactive workshop that integrates strategy, thinking, and engagement - truly a three-dimensional approach to look at what makes each of our children unique.


Parents looking for resources to help support your child's learning might be interested in the following resources:

ONLINE MATH TOOLS: The OCDSB has recently launched a new suite of tools and resources, organized by grade groupings, to support home and school collaboration in mathematics. These resources help students build skills and stamina and can be used with a parent/guardian or independently at home. Take a look.

NUMERACY GUIDE FOR PARENTS: The OCDSB has an excellent Numeracy Guide for Parents which helps parents understand how math instruction is provided and how students can be supported in their learning at home.

HOMEWORK HELP: Homework Help is an online math help resource for students in Grades 7-10. Homework Help provides FREE, live one-on-one tutoring from Ontario teachers. Homework Help is funded by the Ontario government and administered by TVO. Students can ask their math questions during our chat room hours - Sunday - Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 9:3