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École Handsworth Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Parents
New!
Grade 12 Parent and Student Information Night
Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 6:30pm


Date:   Tuesday, September 28, 2021​
Time:   6:30pm
Place:  Virtual on MS Teams


Grade 12 parents are invited to virtually attend an information evening on the following topics:
• Grad Events
• Grad Requirements
• Post-Secondary Information and Admissions Process
• Scholarships and Post-Secondary Financing




​Testing 123

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Testing 123 workshop for students that experience test anxiety - Saturday May 29th, 2021.

North Shore Testing 123 Announcement May 2021.pdf

Form more information please contact:

Dr. Jennifer Campbell, R.Psych

North Shore CBT Centre

778-928-9069

220 - 1500 Marine Dr

North Vancouver, BC V7P 1T7


Parent/Guardian Technology Support

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Need some help supporting your student's learning at home?  Click  HERE for the Technology Support documents or email handsworth@sd44.ca.


Parent Guide - Software Applications
NameFunction​Link​Need more information?
MyEd.jpg​MyEducationBC​View Attendance and print report cardsMyEducation BC LoginPasswords expire every 90 days.  Print the report cards, they are removed from the student's account each July.  Link to MyEd Parent Tips:
MyEd Parent Tips and Resources

Parent Portal Assistance.pdf
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams Student Access
Student Guide to ​Installing Office 365 and Microsoft Teams on your home computer.

Student Guide to Installing Office 365 and Microsoft Teams on your home computer.pdf

Guide for Students to access School District SD44 email.
Quick Guide for Students for Microsoft Teams.pdf
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams Parent/Guest Access
Guest Access to MS Teams​
Office 365 - Teams - Accessing and Joining Teams (Guests).pdf
CashOnLine.pngSchool Cash Online
​Pay school fees and complete permission forms
School Cash Online LoginSchool Cash Online Instructions for Parents 2021 01 05.pdf
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​Royals Athletic Fundraising Lunch Orders

(Suspended for the current school year)
Munch a Lunch LoginHandsworth Parent Royal Lunches
EASY School Lockers.pngStudent Lockers
​Students my reserve and register their own locker

(Suspended for the current school year)
Easy Locker LoginEasyLockers.pdf
OFFICE 365
​Office 365
​Permission is granted through Cash On-line​, students may download Office 365
Get Office 365Office 365 - Home Use Program.pdf
​Student Permission Forms: 
   1. Freedom of Information Privacy Form (FIPA)
   2. Use of Technology
   3.  Walking Field Trip 
   4. Daily Health Check List
​Student Permission Forms are available exclusively on-line through your Cash Online Account​FIPA is required for your student's picture to appear in the school yearbook.  Use of Technology to sign into computers.  Walking Field Trip to participate in enhanced classroom activities.School Cash Online LoginSchool Cash Online Instructions for Parents 2021 01 05.pdf




TALKING WITH YOUR TEEN ABOUT VAPING


Health Canada’s Consider the Consequences vaping awareness tour will be visiting Handsworth Secondary School on May 23, 2019, they will be educating students on the following topics with an engaging maze activity:

  • If you don’t smoke, don’t vape
  • Vaping can lead to nicotine addiction
  • Vaping can cause lung damage
  • The long-term health impacts of vaping are unknown

To learn more, and for more information and res​ources, please visit https://www.canada.ca/en/services/health/publications/healthy-living/talking-teen-vaping-tip-sheet-parents.html?utm_source=xm-agency&utm_medium=email-en&utm_content=march&utm_campaign=vaping-19


Talking with Your Teen About Vaping - December 2018.pdf



TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOLS

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2018 TEALS Volunteer Recruitment letter.pdf


Handsworth secondary School has an exciting opportunity to partner with TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools).  Learning computer science empowers young people to compete in the global economy and pursue careers across all sectors because it teaches students computational thinking and problem solving skills applicable in any industry.  This partnership will enhance our computer science courses, and we need computer industry volunteers to help make it happen!

If you or someone you know works in the computer science or software engineering field and would be interested in making a difference in our students' future success, please contact Ms. Rupi Samra at rsamra@sd44.ca.