News & Announcements

2018-2019 Course Selections

Starting February 7th, SJAM students will be able to select their courses for the 2018-2019 school year using MyWay.  Course selections are due by no later than Thursday, Feb. 22nd.  Guidance counsellors will be collecting printed/signed forms from students on this date.

To assist with this process, please visit our SJAM Course Selection page.  There are detailed instructions, course calendars and other planning tools available for you to review.

For help using MyWay to select courses, please CLICK HERE to download instructions.

Anyone who may have missed the guidance presentations on Wed. Feb. 7th or would like to review the content, please check out the links below:




Students are strongly encouraged to discuss course selection plans with parents and/or their guidance counsellor.  Future changes to next year’s course selections may be difficult to process, so choose carefully!

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Semester 2 Course Changes

Students wishing to request any course changes for semester 2 must pick up a change request form outside the guidance office (available Monday).  Note – students will not be able to book appointments online with counsellors this week for course changes.  Any timetable/course changes will only be considered via request forms.

Forms must be completed in full and signed by a parent/guardian.  Please make sure you check posters outside guidance listing closed courses.  These closed courses are not available for change requests (additions and/or moving classes).  Any incomplete forms and/or forms requesting closed courses will not be processed.


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Grade 10 Family Night at University of Waterloo

Grade 10 students and parents interested in learning about post-secondary are invited to the University of Waterloo Grade 10 Family Night!

Thursday, February 22nd
6:30-8:30pm – U of W Campus

To learn more and to register, CLICK HERE!

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Semester 1 Exams and Double Days

Our semester 1 exam schedule is now available!  Please review both the double-day and exam schedule.  If you have an exam conflict (2 in same block), please speak to your classroom teacher and/or VP as soon as possible.

Students are parents are also strongly recommended to review our exam policies/instructions provided below.

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Free Family Event on April 7

The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) and Waterloo Region Assembly of Public School Councils (WRAPSC) are excited to host their 7th annual free family event on Saturday, April 7. This is a fun opportunity for WRDSB families to learn and connect. Register Online Now The theme for this year’s event is Parent Engagement for Innovative Education and […]

Participate in our annual budget survey

Calling all students, parents, staff and community members. We want to hear from you on which funding priorities we should consider for the 2018-19 school year and beyond. Annual Budget Survey Complete this short online budget survey to help us identify which areas are important to our WRDSB community. The survey closes on Friday, March […]

Night School begins February 12

Night School is held on Monday and Thursday evenings at Cameron Heights C.I. and Galt C.I. There are over 20 course options to choose from. Registration is now open. All current high school students should register with their school guidance. Please see your guidance office and make an appointment. For more details please visit the Night School […]

Waterloo Region Youth Council – Looking for Youth Councillors

In early 2017, Minister of Parliament Bardish Chagger created the Waterloo Riding Youth Council, comprised of 30 Waterloo youth aged 16-25. The purpose of this council is to help Minister Chagger understand youth perspectives on political issues affecting our community, give youth a place to voice their opinions, and to engage youth in politics.

The time commitment for councillors is approximately 1 hour per week of independent work on projects and event planning, and one meeting per month with Minister Chagger and the rest of the council. We are looking for youth who are passionate about issues in Canada, who have a diversity of life experiences, who are involved in our community, and who can bring unique perspectives to Minister Chagger and the council.

Applications for the 2018-19 council are now open – due February 11, 2018, at 23:59.  Follow the link below to apply.

Application Link:

Please contact Ms. Chagger’s office if you have any questions – 519-746-1573

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Class of 2018 Grad Photos & Photo Retakes – Sem 2

Attention Grads!  Edge Imaging returns to SJAM the week of February 20th to 23rd for grad photo sittings.  To book your appointment, click the graphic above or go to BOOKMYGRAD.CA.

SJAM’s school code is SIR

AND…for students who missed getting a school photo taken during semester 1 or need a retake – Edge is taking school photos in room 2115 on February 20th.  No appointment necessary!  Drop by student activities for more information!

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