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Rescinded – Administrative Assistant (Experiential Learning) – Level 4

CUPE Local 2512                                                                                                                February 28, 2019

 

Job Posting

(Seniority is a determining factor)

Administrative Assistant (Experiential Learning) – Level 4

 

Experiential Learning Department, Catholic Education Centre, Kitchener, ON

 

Posting #C-2019-01.1

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

  • Support of OYAP, Dual Credit Regional Planning Team (RPT), SHSM and Pathway events and initiatives including Skills Ontario & Skills Canada Competitions.
  • Support the Community Build Program
  • Support technology programming from (grades 6-12)
  • Maintenance and support of Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development Office’s EOIS database management system.
  • Support promotion, planning and execution of Experiential Learning opportunities, events and initiatives.
  • Support recruitment of Cooperative education placements.
  • Other duties as assigned based on new events and Ministry initiatives.

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Possess a college diploma in Office Administration or Business Administration or equivalent, and knowledge/experience of trades and apprenticeship.
  • Possess 1-2 years related work experience.
  • Proficient in computer applications, including Microsoft Programs
  • Maintenance of website (WordPress) for experiential learning programs.
  • Knowledge of Google Applications for Education (GAFE).
  • Prepare communications to students, parents and school staff – maintain student data including updating personal information and reporting to the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU)
  • Monitor, track and reconcile the experiential learning budget lines.
  • Complete Ministry reporting as required. Maintain accurate data in the completion of these reports
  • Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Entering supply coverage into (ERO) Electronic Registrar Online.
  • Coordination of special event correspondence – experiential learning.
  • Ensure management and privacy of student confidential records.
  • Problem solving/Decision Making/Conflict Resolution.
  • Task prioritization.
  • A flexible schedule will be required on occasion, such as a few evenings and one or two weekends based on the program needs.
  • Travel required to schools and various community placements.
  • Have a reliable vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s license as travel throughout the Waterloo Region may be required.

 

DESIRABLE ASSETS:

  • Knowledge of related Ministry of Education, Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities and Apprenticeship(MTCU) pathway policy/procedures
  • Knowledge of Hour Republic (version of Charity Republic).
  • Experience in an educational setting.
  • Knowledge of program: Navision, SmartFind, Trillium, GAFE
  • Experience in event coordination and management.
  • Ability to coordinate with external contacts in schools, businesses and independent service providers.
  • Knowledge of Workplace Safety and related safety training.
  • Knowledge of skills and competencies related to apprentice programs and trades across the four sectors (service, industrial, motive power, construction).

   Hourly Rate:             $23.69 – $25.08 per hour

 

  Hours of Work:         Permanent Full-time, 35 hours per week

                                Flexible hours as per the needs of the department

  Weeks/Year:             Approximately 42 weeks/year (Last week of August to end of June)

  Location:                    Catholic Education Centre , Kitchener , ON

[Please note that due to renovations at the Catholic Education Centre, the Experiential Learning Department during the period of March 1-August 30, 2019, will be temporarily  moved to St. Francis School in Cambridge , ON.]

 

 Effective Date:          ASAP

 

Qualified and interested applicants are requested to submit a written application and/or resume outlining their specific qualifications and ability to do this job.  Diplomas/Certificates required for this position must also be attached to your written application in order to be considered as a candidate.  If you have been deemed qualified because of your current position, this documentation is not necessary.

 

Internal applications will be received via email at internalrecruiting@wcdsb.ca and external applications will be received via email at recruiting@wcdsb.ca.  Please include your first and last name and the posting number (provided above) in the subject line. Further information on the application process can be found at: https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/.

 

Applications will be received up until 4:00 PM on March 8, 2019.

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

 

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is welcoming of candidates from diverse communities, backgrounds and identities and encourages applications from qualified members of these groups.

 

To request this file in large print, please email aoda@wcdsb.ca.

 

Accommodation Statement:   If you require a disability related accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at (519) 578-3677, extension 2368 to discuss your needs under the Human Rights Code.  Responses to inquiries will be provided within 72 hours.

 

A Successful Candidate who is not currently employed with the Waterloo Catholic DSB will be required to produce a satisfactory Criminal Background Check.  For further information, refer to policy APS 038 on the website of the Waterloo Catholic District School Board.

2019-02-28T15:34:23-04:00February 28th, 2019|

Have Your Say: 2019-20 School Year Budget Survey Now Open

Dear WCDSB families, students, staff, and interested community members:

We are busy preparing our budget for the next school year!  Each year, as part of our budget development process, we ask stakeholders for input on areas of the budget that have the flexibility to incorporate community feedback into our financial planning.

The budget survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and anyone and everyone with an interest in Catholic education in the Region of Waterloo is welcome to fill it out.

The survey is open now and will close on March 25, 2019.  Results of the survey will be shared as part of the 2019-20 budget presentation which will take place at Resurrection Catholic Secondary School in Kitchener on June 3, 2019.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/wcdsbbudget19-20

Last year’s (2018-19) board budget is available by clicking HERE.

We thank you for your feedback — and for your ongoing support of Waterloo Region’s Catholic schools!

2019-02-28T09:22:28-04:00February 28th, 2019|

WCDSB Board Meeting Bulletin — February, 2019

Meetings

Committee of the Whole Board Meeting

Monday, February 11, 2019 – Meeting Agenda Package

Public Board Meeting

Monday, February 25, 2019 — Meeting Agenda Package

Highlights

Annual Report – Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR)

Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) has been serving the Waterloo Catholic District School Board since 2007 through the provision of home to school transportation services for our students. This is accomplished by contracting with school bus and taxi operators to service routes built by STSWR transportation technicians. STSWR is owned by the Waterloo Region District School Board and Waterloo Catholic District School Board. Each board pays an equal share of management costs. In addition, each board pays for their direct costs of transportation and a prorated share of overhead (based on ridership).

Many jurisdictions in Ontario are struggling with transportation, be it significant increases in rates charged by operators, driver shortages, or legal issues. STSWR has not been immune to these challenges (driver shortages being one of them), but for the most part costs have been reasonable and service levels have been stable.

Progress was made during 2017-18 in the following areas:

  • Significant reduction in incidences of speeding through the use of GPS technology
  • Expansion of the School Travel Planning program using provincial grants
  • Bus evacuation training (introduction of a new program)
  • Installation of alcohol sensors on school vehicles
  • Better compensation for bus drivers

The full report is available on pages 11-27 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Kindergarten Program Update

For most Waterloo Catholic District School Board students and their families, the initiation to Catholic education begins in Kindergarten. For decades, the WCDSB has been at the forefront of educational excellence and progress at this key developmental stage. This two-year program, “…is a child-centred, developmentally appropriate, integrated program of learning for four- and five-year-old children. The purpose of the program is to establish a strong foundation for learning in the early years, and to do so in a safe and caring, play-based environment that promotes the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of all children.” (The Kindergarten Program, 2016, p. 8)

Within the WCDSB’s Board Improvement Plan for Student Achievement (BIPSA), Kindergarten is addressed in many ways:

  • A focus on supporting students in reading, comprehending and producing increasingly complex texts using meaning cues, syntax cues, and visual cues (semantics, syntax, phonology, pragmatics, and morphology).
  • A focus on increasing student achievement in Mathematics within the Number Sense and Numeration strand (NSN). Specifically, we are working on developing a deep understanding of quantity and magnitude.
  • A prioritization of community partnerships and early interventions to support children and families as they prepare for success in our schools.

To read the full program update, please see pages 28-32 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Parent Engagement Update

Ontario’s Parent Engagement Policy recognizes many different forms of parent engagement, and that each is an important contributor to student and school success. Within the policy, parent engagement includes:

  • Providing a positive learning environment at home, actively working with children to support what they are learning in school, and making learning an important part of the day
  • Having productive conversations with teachers so that there is clear communication between the school and the home
  • Becoming involved in school activities and volunteering to help with school events, trips and other activities
  • Participating in School Councils at the school level and Parent Involvement Committees at the board level to provide perspective.

The WCDSB has continually focused on supporting the partnership between home and school to meet the various forms of parent engagement as presented in the Ontario Parent Engagement Policy by promoting and supporting:

  • Celebration of our Catholic School Advisory Council Chairpersons through our WCDSB annual commissioning ceremony
  • Parent Reaching Out Grant applications, system and regional
  • Supporting Schools and Parent Involvement Committees through “Grassroots Sharing Events”

The complete Parent Engagement Update is available on pages 33-37 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Special Education Foundational Math Update

WCDSB builds capacity, skills and knowledge in educators to ensure that high quality programs and services are provided for all our students. The Special Education Liaisons are responsible for building capacity with educators in our WCDSB community.

We are continuing to foster a system of inclusion that nurtures the whole student, ensuring wellness across their development; spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically and academically. During the 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19 school years, Learning Disabilities and Mathematics has been a focus for professional learning for our WCDSB staff. The WCDSB support model is based on the “Learning for All” Ministry Document, which uses a tiered approach for supporting student learning in Mathematics.

Our goal for this 2018-19 school year is to create socially and academically inclusive classrooms through a collaborative model of Resource Teacher Support. By developing the role of the resource teacher through a collaborative model of support in Mathematics, we will endeavor to ensure that Mathematics is accessible for all learners.

The complete update is available on pages 12-17 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Student Trustees Report

Student Trustees Izabella Tyc and Meghan Nemeth presented their monthly report on activities in WCDSB’s secondary schools. The report is available on page 21 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Board Chair’s Update

Each month, Board Chair Bill Conway reports on the activities of the Board of Trustees. The report for February 2019 is available on page 22 via this link: Meeting Agenda Package

Upcoming Board Meetings

Committee of the Whole Board Meeting

No Meeting

Regular Public Board Meeting

Monday, March 25, 2019 — Cafeteria: St. Benedict CSS, Cambridge

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board, representing more than 96,000 Catholic school supporters, operates 49 schools and four adult education facilities, serving more than 40,000 elementary, secondary and continuing education students in Waterloo Region – continuing a 183-year tradition of quality, inclusive, faith-based education. Follow us on Twitter: @WCDSBNewswire – #WCDSBAwesome.

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For more information, please contact:

John Shewchuk – Chief Managing Officer | (519) 578-3660 | john.shewchuk@wcdsb.ca

2019-02-26T08:55:21-04:00February 26th, 2019|

Board of Trustees Meeting – Monday, February 25, 2019

The next meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. — Monday, February 25, 2019 — at the Waterloo Region Catholic Education Centre.

Meeting Agenda

General Information About WCDSB Board Meetings

Information About the Board of Trustees

Directions to the Catholic Education Centre

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board, representing more than 96,000 Catholic school supporters, operates 49 schools and five adult education facilities serving more than 40,000 elementary, secondary and continuing education students in Waterloo Region – continuing a 183-year tradition of quality, inclusive, faith-based education. Follow us on Twitter: @WCDSBNewswire – #WCDSBAwesome.

2019-02-21T15:10:43-04:00February 21st, 2019|

Nominations Open for WCDSB Distinguished Graduate, Community Partner & Chair’s Awards

Nominations are now open for the annual WCDSB “Distinguished Graduate Award”“Community Partner Award” and “Chair’s Award”. Information about the awards (including the Distinguished Graduate Award nomination form) is available HERE. There are no nomination forms for the Community Partner and Chair’s Awards.

If you wish to make a nomination in any of the categories, please submit your rationale in writing along with any supporting documentation you feel appropriate, to Alice Figueiredo by Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Hard copy or emailed nominations are equally acceptable. Alice can be reached via email at alice.figueiredo@wcdsb.ca.

Distinguished Graduate Award

The Distinguished Graduate Award was established in 2005 under the Board’s “Celebration of Excellence” policy. It is presented annually to a graduate of 10 or more years from Waterloo Region’s Catholic Schools who has provided an outstanding example of the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations in action. The award is presented at the graduation exercises of the recipient’s Secondary School or another appropriate public venue.

Recipients

  • 2018 – Paul Heinbecker, former Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations
  • 2017 – Most Reverend Bishop Daniel Meihm, Bishop of Peterborough
  • 2016 – Michael Schmitt, Former WCDSB teacher, Principal, Superintendent & Director of Education
  • 2015 – Douglas Letson, C.M., Former President & Vice-Chancellor, St. Jerome’s University
  • 2014 – Katherine Bergman, President & Vice-Chancellor, St. Jerome’s University
  • 2013 – Mary Jo Fedy, Managing Partner, KPMG — Waterloo
  • 2012 – Toby Collins, C.R., Vocation Director for the Congregation of the Resurrection
  • 2011 – Teacher / missionary Sister Barbara Paleczny, SSND
  • 2010 – David Eby, Executive Director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association – and current Attorney General of British Columbia
  • 2009 – Paul Voisin, C.R., Vicar General of the Diocese of Hamilton (Bermuda)
  • 2008 – Former Ontario cabinet minister – and current Wilfrid Laurier University Professor —John Milloy
  • 2007 – Lisa LaFlamme, Anchor – CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme
  • 2006 – University of Waterloo professor Brian Orend
  • 2005 – Ontario Superior Court Justice Patrick J. Flynn

Community Partner Award

The Community Partner Award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding contributions made to Waterloo Region’s Catholic Schools by a community partner or agency serving the students, staff and greater community of Waterloo Region.

Recipients

  • 2018 – St. Vincent de Paul Store (Cambridge)
  • 2017 – Settlement and Education Partnership of Waterloo Region
  • 2016 – Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
  • 2015 – Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council
  • 2014 – Strong Start Charitable Organization
  • 2013 – Barrday Inc.
  • 2012 – Junior Achievement of Waterloo Region
  • 2011 – Nutrition for Learning
  • 2010 – Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada
  • 2009 – Rex Barger
  • 2008 – Reid’s Heritage Homes
  • 2007 – Congregation of the Resurrection in Waterloo Region
  • 2006 – Region of Waterloo Public Health
  • 2005 – Waterloo Region Catholic Schools Foundation
  • 2004 – St. Jerome’s University
  • 2003 – Waterloo Regional Police Service
  • 2002 – Catholic Family Counselling
  • 2001 – Waterloo Region Catholic Community Foundation

Chair’s Award

The Chair’s Award is presented to a person (or group of people) in the school system who has contributed significantly to Catholic Education. It is given annually in recognition of outstanding contributions made in serving the students, staff and greater community of Waterloo Region and/or to the betterment of Catholic Education in Ontario in general.

Recipients

  • 2018 – Tom Denomme
  • 2017 – Glenda Leusink
  • 2016 – Nancy Sabo
  • 2015 – Joni Grundy
  • 2014 – Marianna Worth
  • 2013 – Michelle Flood and Mary Stevens
  • 2012 – Bruce Cameron
  • 2011 – Gai Brown
  • 2010 – Theresa Horan
  • 2009 – Jeannie McCarroll
  • 2008 – Angela Davis
  • 2007 – Thomas Forestell, Mervyn J. Villemaire, Charles Van Alphen
  • 2006 – Deb Zettel-Schmitt
  • 2005 – Allan Hoch, Jennifer Rodrigues, Louise Ervin
  • 2004 – Gary Leduc
  • 2003 – Pat Brannigan, Michael Schmitt
  • 2002 – School Sisters of Notre Dame / Sisters of St. Joseph
  • 2001 – Dave Schnarr, Bill Brazeau, Pat Cannon, Warren Grafton, Horst Schweinbenz
  • 2000 – Fr. Fred Scinto, C.R.
  • 1999 – Ann O’Donnell-Beckwith
  • 1998 – Bob Anderson
2019-02-19T18:44:10-04:00February 19th, 2019|

Daily Occasional Supply List Teachers

Job Posting
Daily Occasional Supply List Teachers
(AC-2019-13)

 

At the Waterloo Catholic District School Board, we believe that preparing students today for the challenges of an ever-changing world is our highest priority and our reputation is proof that we work hard to accomplish this. In meeting the demands of today’s educational needs, we invite all interested Certified Teachers and Spring 2019 graduates to apply directly to the posting that can be found on Apply to Education website www.applytoeducation.com
Listed below are the areas for which applications are currently being accepted for:


Elementary: All
Secondary: All

Minimum Requirements to be considered for daily occasional, long term occasional, and permanent teaching assignments:

  • Cover letter and resume
  • A complete Declaration of Commitment – available on our website: https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/
  • Copy of Roman Catholic baptismal certificate. A confirmation certificate from a Roman Catholic Church is sufficient ONLY if you were baptized in affiliation with a Christian denomination other than Roman Catholic
  • Catholic Pastoral Reference form – found on our website https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/
  • Two (2) professional academic references
  • Ontario College of Teachers’ Certificate of Qualification
  • Most recent teacher performance appraisal summative reports OR practice teaching reports (if applicable)

 

Minimum Requirements to be considered for daily occasional supply teaching assignments only:

  • Cover letter and resume
  • Copy of a Roman Catholic baptismal certificate from a Roman Catholic Church
  • A complete Declaration of Commitment – available on our website: https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/
  • Two (2) professional academic references
  • Ontario College of Teachers’ Certificate of Qualification
  • Most recent teacher performance appraisal summative reports OR practice teaching reports (if applicable)

 

Application Process:

Applicants are required to apply directly through Apply to Education at:  www.applytoeducation.com

A Complete Application Checklist for Teachers can be found at: https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/wcdsb-complete-application-checklist-teachers/

 

All requested documents must be provided.

Please note: Incomplete applications are not considered for interview.

 

Applications and supporting documentation stating qualifications and teaching experience will be received until March 8th at 4:00 pm via website: www.applytoeducation.com.

 

The interview sessions are scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 30th .

 All Successful candidates will be invited to attend an orientation session on Thursday, April 18, 2019.

 

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

 

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is welcoming of candidates from diverse communities, backgrounds and identities and encourages applications from qualified members of these groups.

 

Applicants are invited to self-identify if you are First Nations, Metis, Inuit, a member of a visible minority group(s) or a person with disabilities. This information is collected under the authority of the Ontario Human Rights Code and will be used to keep track of recruitment information. No personal information will be included.

 

At WCDSB, we are committed to respecting your privacy, and will take appropriate measures to protect any personal information you may share with us through the job application process. All personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. For more information about the Board’s Privacy Policy, please contact our Privacy Officer at 519-578-3660 Ext. 2381.

 

To request this file in large print, please email aoda@wcdsb.ca.  If you require a disability related accommodation to participate the recruitment process, please contact us at (519) 578-3677, extension 2368 to discuss your needs under the Human Rights Code.  Responses to inquiries will be provided within 72 hours.

 

The successful candidate will be required to produce a satisfactory Criminal Background Check.  For further information on Criminal Background Checks, please refer to policy APS 038 on the website of the Waterloo Catholic District School Board.

 

 

 

2019-02-19T09:08:37-04:00February 19th, 2019|

Summer Students

Job Posting

Summer Students

Job Posting Number: SS 2019-01 Summer Student Facilities

Approximately 8-12 Positions available (May 1 to September 1 based on operational needs)

Full-time day shift positions Monday to Friday

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The duties of this position include but are not limited to:
  • Grounds maintenance including cutting, trimming, reseeding/sodding and rotor tilling
  • Plant bed maintenance including: weeding, edging, mulching, trimming and pruning of plant material
  • Tree maintenance including trimming, pruning and removal of branches
  • Operate grounds care equipment: push mowers, leaf blowers and gas powered line trimmers
  • Loading/delivery/unloading of school goods/equipment/furniture in accordance with established procedures & protocols
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be currently enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary institution and provide proof of enrollment
  • Must hold and provide proof of a valid G class licence & have a clean driver’s abstract
  • Ability to perform physical labour
  • Able to work outdoors in all weather conditions
  • Experience in moving/delivery of large items
  • Successful candidates will be required to wear protective clothing including, but not limited to long pants, CSA approved safety footwear and potentially eyewear regardless of the weather conditions

Salary:  $14.00 – 14.50 per hour

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week

Location(s): Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and surrounding area

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume and covering letter.

Applicants must attach diplomas/certificates required for this position to the resume in order to be considered a candidate for the position.

For external applicants: applications will be received via email at recruiting@wcdsb.ca while the internal applicants must apply  via internalrecruiting@wcdsb.ca. Please include your first and last name and the posting number (provided above) in the subject line. Further information on the application process can be found at: https://www.wcdsb.ca/careers/how-to-apply/

 

Applications will be accepted until March 18, 2019 at 4:00 pm

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

 

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is welcoming of candidates from diverse communities, backgrounds and identities and encourages applications from qualified members of these groups.

Applicants are invited to self-identify if you are First Nations, Metis, Inuit, a member of a visible minority group(s) or a person with disabilities. This information is collected under the authority of the Ontario Human Rights Code and will be used to keep track of recruitment information. No personal information will be included.

At WCDSB, we are committed to respecting your privacy, and will take appropriate measures to protect any personal information you may share with us through the job application process. All personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. For more information about the Board’s Privacy Policy, please contact our Privacy Officer at 519-578-3660 Ext. 2381.

To request this file in large print, please email aoda@wcdsb.ca.  If you require a disability related accommodation to participate the recruitment process, please contact us at (519) 578-3677, extension 2368 to discuss your needs under the Human Rights Code.  Responses to inquiries will be provided within 72 hours.

The successful candidate will be required to produce a satisfactory Criminal Background Check.  For further information refer to policy APS 038 on the website of the Waterloo Catholic District School Board.

 

2019-02-15T12:17:09-04:00February 15th, 2019|

Is Your Elementary School Student’s Immunization Record Up to Date?

Immunizations protect children from many serious vaccine-preventable diseases that are easily spread in schools.

The Immunization of Schools Pupils Act (ISPA) requires all elementary and secondary school students to have proof of immunization against:

  • Diphtheria
  • Tetanus
  • Polio
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Meningococcal Disease
  • Pertussis (whooping cough)
  • Varicella (chickenpox) – for children born after 2010

Without proof of immunization — or a valid exemption — students may be suspended from school until updated records are provided to Region of Waterloo Public Health.

This year, Public Health will send a letter directly to families whose immunization records are not up to date.

Suspensions for out of date immunizations for elementary students will begin on March 27, 2019.

What do I do if my child is not immunized?

Contact your health care provider and book an appointment to receive any needed immunizations.

Be sure to bring your immunization record with you.

If you do not have a health care provider, call Public Health at 519-575-4400 or make an appointment with the Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA) Clinic by contacting Public Health at 519-575-4400 ext. 5003.

How do I report my child’s immunizations?

Please submit all immunization records directly to Region of Waterloo Public Health. Do not submit them to your school.

You can submit records online at e-immunization-regionofwaterloo.ca or by calling 519-575-4400 ext. 5001 (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday) or in person at any Public Health location – 99 Regina Street South, Waterloo or 150 Main Street, Cambridge.

Please click HERE for more information about ISPA and the student immunization process.

2019-02-12T13:58:49-04:00February 12th, 2019|
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