Help Your Child Succeed

You Can Play A Part In Your Child's Success At School

You can help your child succeed in school. During the elementary and secondary school years, your child will learn, grow, share different experiences, and face new challenges. As a parent or guardian, your ongoing interest, encouragement, and support makes a difference to your child both in the classroom and at home.

Learning new things and growing up can be challenging for a child at times. There are many ways that you can help. There are many ways that we can help. For more information about key issues including, how you can help your child succeed, and how you can support your child during these important years, please select a topic from the list below.

If you would like further details on any of the information found here, or cannot find something specific to your needs, please send us an email to [email protected] or call 613-596-8211.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to know about Parent-Teacher interviews? 

How can I help my high school child with homework at home (if I don’t know the answers)?

TVO Mathify Grade 6-12 (Formerly known as Math Homework Help) 

A free online math tutoring service is available to students Grades 6-10 at TVO Mathify.

Ontario certified teachers are available Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. live tutoring support and 3:30 - 9:00 p.m. 

Read our Math Guide for Parents/Guardians.

What do I need to know about Grade 3 and 6 EQAO testing for my child?

Visit the Education Quality and Assessment Office at to see the Parents Guide, sample questions, and more.

Who can I talk to if my child has problems at school?

Parents/guardians are encouraged to make an appointment and see their child’s school principal for advice.

How can I help my child pick high school courses?

Parents/guardians are encouraged to make an appointment with the school’s Guidance Counsellor available in every secondary school.

How can I help my child deal with bullying?

For immediate attention, please call your child’s school office and also read more in the Parent’s Guide at

Where can I learn more about Special Education for my child?

Contact the District’s Special Education department at 613-596-8254 and visit Program page.

How can I get involved as a parent?

Click here for more information.

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