Grade 10 CCH Information

Summer School 2021 Information

CCH is pleased to open our Summer School 2021 online application process! 

 Please access this URL, to launch the Google Form application.

 If you have further questions about summer school operations, requirements, application process, or courses please contact Mr. Anthony Vercillo directly at 403-327-4596 or via email at:

Summer School Semester runs from JULY 5-JULY 30**Course pending THIS FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN MONDAY MAY 31 

CCH Student Council

CCH Student Council will be sharing a short introductory video to Grade 9 teachers to share with their homerooms soon. CCH Student Council will then be hosting two Q & A virtual nights on Tuesday the 18th and Thursday the 20th for any interested students, parents, and teachers to ask questions. Interviews to fill positions will be conducted the week of the 24th.

Please contact CCH if you have any questions.

FLVT Learning At-Home (Starting May 7, 2021)

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As of May 7, 2021, all Kindergarten to Grade 12 students in the province will be moving to At-Home Learning (Scenario 3). Students will return to in-person learning on May 25, 2021. Here is our plan for all our students.

Early Learning Program

Our Early Learning Program will, unfortunately, be canceled starting May 7, 2021, while all of our classes are moving to online learning. We hope to resume programming on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, after the May long weekend. 

Please know that June fees will be adjusted to reflect the time away from school. 

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Early Learning Coordinator, Lynn Saler at

Elementary (K to 6)

Father Leonard Van Tighem School will be trying to have elementary learning at home learning as ‘regular’ as possible.  Assigned classes are mandatory, teachers will be taking attendance, and teachers will follow regular assessment practices.

Here are the guidelines we are using (time commitment is per week):

The platform to deliver the educational program will balance Google Classroom/Google Meets and independent work.  There will be daily instruction using Google Meet.  Individual teachers will be sharing their schedules and expectations.  Some teachers may be sharing paper packages for students to take home.

Jr. High (7-9)

Since our Jr. High students are already at-home learning, we will continue to follow the plan shared on April 29, 2021.  Here is the link to the plan:

As part of this plan, our 8/9L will continue to be on-site.

Please read Mr. Sampson’s announcement:

We look forward to having all our students back on May 25, 2021.

Government Announcement: Stop the Spike

May 4, 2021

Our government just announced new restrictions.  Here is the government announcement:

Given this announcement, all our students at Father Leonard Van Tighem School will be moving to at-home learning starting Friday, May 7, 2021.  Students are to return to in-person learning on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.  Our elementary classes will be onsite at school on Wednesday, May 5 and Thursday, May 6.  Cohorts returning on Thursday will be onsite for one day (4LC, 6L, and 6W).  2J was supposed to return on Monday, May 10 will now return on May 25.  On Jr. High classes will continue their online learning until May 25, 2021.

I’m sure you have many questions.  We hope to be able to announce specifics soon.

Thank you

COVID-19 Rapid Screening Tests in Schools Program

The provincial government has chosen Father Leonard Van Tighem school to participate in the ‘COVID-19 Rapid Screening Tests in School Program.’ One of the program’s main objectives is to help with the early detection of the virus, thus helping to fight the pandemic.  Early indications are that the program will start sometime next week.

Please see this document for information regarding the program:

Here are a few points to stress:

  • Participation in this program is voluntary.  The school will be sending out permission slips via homeroom teachers; please check your child’s bag;
  • An outside vendor administers the test, not school staff.  Also, the testing is a nasal swab; the swab is not the one that goes deep into your nasal cavity;
  • The testing will probably be done twice, one week apart;
  • Even with parent permission, students may change their mind at the last second;
  • Given our Jr. High is online next week, this will probably be just for our elementary students:
  • If you want your child to participate, please fill in the forms;
  • If you do not want your child to participate, please do not fill in the forms;
  • For those elementary classes currently in isolation, forms will go out once they return to school;
  • Once we have the exact testing days, we will inform our parents, students, and staff.

Please contact the school if you have any questions.