Course Selections Due – Friday, February 10th, 2023
If changes or adjustments to course requests are needed after February 10th, please contact your guidance counselor.
Elective Menu Workshops – Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 11:00am-2:30pm – Participate in hands-on workshops and complete activities in a variety of optional course areas.
Are you interested in learning more about Grade 9 elective courses offered at IE Weldon? If you are a student that does not attend Central Senior, Dunsford, Jack Callahan, Rolling Hills, or Scott Young, please register here. Students who attend the above schools will be attending with their class.
An adult must accompany the student(s).
Grade 8 Family Night – All are Welcome – no registration required – Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 7:00pm-9:00pm
Power Pack information session – Wednesday, January 18th, 2023 7:00pm-8:00pm, mini session to be repeated at Grade 8 Family Night – slidedeck attached
For more information, click on the links below.
1. Attend a Course Selection Information presentation at your elementary school (scheduled between January 12th to 20th). Grade 8 Course Selection presentation – slidedeck
*students not at a feeder school should view the presentation
3. Fill out the course planning sheet with support of elementary school staff and family.
4. Complete online course selection using PowerSchool. DEADLINE February 10, 2023
*PowerSchool online course selection closes for Grade 8’s on February 10th
How to enrol at Weldon for Grade 9:
Current TLDSB students (within IEW geographic catchment area) – To select courses, use PowerSchool Instructions
Current TLDSB students (outside IEW geographic catchment area) – Students attending a Specialized Pathway Program (Power Pack, French Immersion) – Contact elementary school Head Secretary, ask to have students ‘Next School Indicator’ set to I.E. Weldon SS. To select courses, use PowerSchool Instructions
Any questions can be answered by contacting your grade eight TLDSB teacher or a Weldon Student Services representative listed here.
Each school has a defined catchment area for determining eligibility for transportation. Transportation for out of area students will be the responsibility of the parent.
For students registering in a Specialized Pathway Program (i.e. French Immersion, International Baccalaureate/Power Pack), transportation will be provided.
Yearly bus forms are available by contacting [email protected]. The form will be filled in by the guidance department. A parent/guardian signature is required and the form must be approved by the I. E. Weldon Principal.
A home school is defined as the school in the catchment area where the student resides. If the student is registered in a specific program, the home school would be the school offering that Pathway program. If the student withdraws from that particular program, their home school immediately becomes the school where the student resides and transportation is discontinued at the end of the semester to the pathway school.
For further information, please refer to the TLDSB Transportation Procedure