Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Bonding At The BBQ

Bonding At The BBQ

 “Don’t forget to tell our story,” says Eric Halling as I walk towards the exit of Western Technical-Commercial School’s It’s the second week of July, and while most of Western students have left the building, there’s a group of over 100 grade 8 here in the cafeteria having the time of their lives. They are chowing down on teacher/chef Dominic Di Nanno’s vegeterian risotto, mediterranean salad and homemade bread brought steaming-fresh from the oven. 
       These are the students from Western Tech’s “Power Your Future” summer school fun camp, and from the noise in the cafeteria, and the excitement around the ping-pong tables, they’re obviously having a ton of fun. 
        The camp headed by Halling with a group of fantastically dedicated Western teaching staff (the regular teacher’s during the school year) is meant to give incoming grade nine students a learning and summer fun experience. Classes in numeracy, literacy, health and nutrition are balanced with field sports, ping pong, art murals, board games, nature walks, field trips and theatre improv. Best of all, it’s totally free. At the end of the day students have not only been exposed to elements of the Grade Nine Curriculum, they’ve had a great time getting to know their fellow student bonding over the BBQ. 
“These kids are fantastic,” says Math teacher Joe Montagnese. “They will be a stellar group of grade nines when they come to us in September. Plus, they’ll know their way around; they’ll start the year having already made friends. Some of them are so smart they are already doing work that we cover in Grade 11.” 
The camp is meant for all incoming grade nine students, regardless of ability and interests. The only requirement is that students are registered for Grade nine at Western Tech for this coming September. 
           For ESL staff member Cinzia Strazzeri it’s the perfect opportunity for New Canadians to integrate into Canadian culture and make friends.  “I’ve got a group from around the world. This is their first experience in Canada and their first experience in a Canadian school. What better things can we offer them than some language skills and friendship? They’re going to feel so much more confident when they return to us in September. It’s the perfect introduction to Western Tech and life in Toronto. 
 The camp runs all of July and already there are plans afoot for the following year. “It’s our first time doing this,” says Halling.”Obviously we can make it even more fun and even more educational. This has been a pretty good start though.” 
Hallings modesty is undercut by the wide smiles on the students faces and the roar from one of the ping pong tables as one of the students scores the winning point in the final game. Bonding at the BBQ and playing ping pong in the cafeteria at Western Tech has made this summer an exceptional one for a whole new group of high school students.  

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Silver Certification for Western!

Congratulations Western!
We did it!  Western earned silver certification as an Eco-School for 2013.

A big thanks to all the staff and students who made it possible:  To Kathleen, Madison and Georgina for a great music video and outstanding commitment to Eco-issues, to Gillian and Laura for their Eco-video and their continuing recycling work, and to the talented students in the building who threw together a great prezi--Oliver and Sean.

Thanks to all staff members-Ms Andrews, Mr. Ashwin, Ms. Evans, Ms. Khan, Ms. Kennedy. Mr. Langley, Ms. Matho, Mr. Pegg, Mr. Wong, and the Eco-PLT members for your continuing efforts.  More thanks go to Mr. Siroishka and Ms. McMurtry for the Eco-posters.

And finally to every student and staff member at Western who recycles, turns off a light, reuses paper, and all the thousands of green actions every day!  Thanks for making Western green!

From the Eco-Club

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Math Counts!

Let’s face it. Math is an important part of every student's learning. The Math Department at WTCS is made up of a group of highly committed teachers who are doing their absolute best to help WTCS students thrive in the world of numeracy. Simply put, math counts.

For students that like competition, one of the best ways to develop math skills is to consider entering one of the three big math contests held annually for mathematics students. These are the Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Math contests for grade 9, 10, and 11. The aim of the contests is is to provide an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability.

The most senior students at WTCS get a chance to write the Euclid Math contest which is designed primarily for students in the last year of secondary school.

 Western students have placed very well in past competitions. Each of the top five competitors in the country receive a Gold Medal and a cash prize of $500. If you’re interested in competing, don’t hesitate to contact Mr. Montagnese or any of the other math teachers at Western. They’ll be thrilled by your interest.

But not everybody is a math whizz. Western is highly committed to helping all students achieve their maximum potential for numeracy. If you need help with math there are several links that you can follow below. Don’t be shy. Get with the program, math counts!

Try Ask a Teacher's chat rooms, where you can chat with an online tutor and get live homework help in math, science, or English! Their tutors are experienced Ontario-certified teachers who are ready, willing and able to help.

Ask a Teacher offers tutoring in English and sciences for grades 9-12 and math for grades 11-12. Please visit Homework Help for grade 9-10 math tutoring.

The chat rooms are open Sunday to Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., except during holidays.

Find out when there are tutors who can help with the subjects you want. Check the Chat Schedule.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Networking Meets Super-computing: Ethan Waldie

Raspberry Pi Matrix
As part of our Technology Department's emphasis on innovation and project driven student centered learning, I have been encouraged to follow through on my desire to investigate super-computing. We have begun to design and build a low cost super-computing system and will use it to further our understanding about larger scale super-computing technologies. The goal of the project is not to simply build something with more computing power, but rather build something that realistically models the ways in which large scale supercomputers operate. To do this, however, we needed a lot of individual computers - getting our hands on 64 desktops PCs would have been very expensive. It is for this reason that we selected the Raspberry Pi as our technology platform. It is a small, low power, and low cost computer that has all of the networking and computing capabilities that we need for our investigation.

Laboratory Network Layout
                In order to connect the Raspberry Pi’s together and allow them to collectively solve problems, we chose to use something called a Message Passing Interface (MPI). This is an industry standard protocol that dictates how programs running on separate computers can communicate.

Mandelbrot Fractal
                We then were ready to go about prototyping an 8 node super-computer. To test the process, we utilized a problem that could be easily split up in to several parts allowing each node to work independently. We selected a program that uses abstract algebra to compute an image known as the Mandelbrot fractal. We then ran a series of experiments to test one of the most basic theories of super-computing and that is the idea that eventually overtime as you add more and more nodes there will be a point where the advantage of adding more nodes will be negligible.

Performance Increase with Additional Raspberry Pis
                 Eventually we want to work toward building a 64 node system that could be used to demonstrate  the principles of super-computing and allow students to try their hand at programming on a distributed computing cluster. Our intention is to equip the larger system with an array of LED lights that would allow us to visualize exactly what the computer is doing and let us visualize computing in real time.

Watch our video for a more in-depth explanation.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013


A & I Automotive
Accel High Rise
Construction Ltd.
Active Green & Ross
Back Alley Film Productions
Bathurst-Dundas Dental Centre
Bento Miso Media
Brown’s Sports & Cycle
Canadian Forces
Carleton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness
Carstar Collision
City Dental Center
Computation Ltd
Computronic Corporation
Dan Lim Photography
Deverlin Developments
Do It Right Plumbing/Heating
Dog Lounge
Dr Generosity (Restaurant)
Dr. Carolyn Poon Woo & Associates
Elford Floral Design
Exhibition Place
Fits Toronto
Future Shop
FutureWatch Environment & Development Education
Goodlife Fitness
Gossips Hairstylists
H & M
High Park Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic
High Park Village
Highland Equipment Inc.
Howard Junior Public School
Humbercrest Public School
Inova Diversified Inc.
iPro Realty Ltd., Brokerage
Islington Golf Club
John G Althouse Middle School
Keele Street Public School
Kennedy Public House
Koss Aerospace Ltd.
La Perla Salon & Spa
Lambton Park
Community School
Liberty Grand
Liuna Local 506
Mango Moose Media
Martino Brothers Collision CSN
Matt Mysak Inc.
Medieval Times
Midas Auto Service Experts
My Dogs Daycare & Boutique
Mysak Realty Inc.
National Home Services
Nice Clothing
Old Mill Cadillac
Chevrolet Buick
Park Lane Plumbing Ltd.
Parkdale Junior and Senior Public School
Perth Avenue Junior
Public School
Perth Early Learning
Primaris Management
Princess Margaret Hospital
Proper Reserve
Pushpa’s Aesthetics
Ready, Set, Fetch
Rona Home & Garden
Rona Lansing
Royal Canadian Yacht Club
Runnymede Healthcare Centre
Sherwood Digital Copy & Print
Shoppers Drug Mart
Sport Check
St. Clement Catholic School
St. George’s Golf and
Country Club
Stacey Electric Co.
Sweet Flour Bake Shop
Swiss Chalet
System Fitness
Tangerine Photography
The Moro Group Builders Inc. (TMG Builders)
The Old Mill Inn & Spa
The Queensway Machine Products Ltd.
The Students Commission
Toronto Police Service 
Toronto Transit Commission
Toronto Western Hospital
Union Electric
University Health Network
Villa Restaurant
Wajax Power Systems
Wilcox Sign Company

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

And A Special Thanks To Our Co-op Employers

"We couldn't do it without them," says Coop Teacher Anita Vrh.
Vrh is a member of the Western Tech Coop Department and she has placed hundreds of students in work environments over many many years. Coop work placement allows Western Students to earn high school credits while gaining practical experience in the working world. Vrh's job is to match the right student with the right employer and ensure that the relationship is positive for both parties.
"We have incredible commitment from the business community. They really support us and they trust us. It's a great act of faith for a small business owner to take on a student trainee and allow them into a business that they've spent a lifetime developing. We've got to make sure that the students that we provide are exceptional and appreciate the value of the experience that we're providing."

Western Tech is still looking for employers to accept students into their businesses. If you know of a business that could provide valuable work experience for a WTCS student, please call the Coop offices at 416 393-0500.

Below is a list of the special employers that have already allowed Western Tech students into their businesses and work environments. We'd like to offer a very special thanks to our sponsors!

Monday, May 27, 2013

Skilled Trades Showcase a Big Success !!

Once again, the Transitions Committee from WR9 put on a spectacular Skilled Trades Showcase for the 6th straight year in order to grow awareness of Tech programs across the TDSB.  This year’s event was held at Central Commerce Collegiate Institute on May 22-23, 2013, and was specially geared for Grade 7 students.  And, boy did they have a lot of fun!

Four TDSB high schools (Western Tech, Central Tech, Central Commerce and Eastdale) provided 20 exciting hands-on workshops for the students to sink their teeth into.  Literally, in some cases, because there were Culinary seminars where the students created some tasty treats for themselves. They also had a chance to fly Robot helicopters, play Space Invaders using their own dance moves to control the game, and in general participate in activities from Technology areas like Automotive, Architectural Design, Bike Repair, Carpentry, Communication Tech, Construction, Cosmetology, the aforementioned Culinary, CyberARTS, Electrical, Fashion, Plumbing, Robotics and Welding. 

Eric Halling, the Curriculum Leader of Robotics at Western Tech, said the Showcase was “a great experience for both our student presenters as well as the grade 7 guests. It's hard to believe that our students come with more impressive and innovative engineering feats each year."

Each of the high schools informed, entertained, and amazed over 500 Grade 7 Students and the students came away completely energized about the possibilities that Technology programs bring to their experience, whether as a focus area (like one of the Trades) or as a valuable practical addition to their academic studies (especially in a field like Engineering).  They have a lot more information to consider now as they make decisions about high school next year in Grade 8. Kudos to Sandra Brombal and her team from WR9 (Gabrielle Boudreau, Allison Conroy, Robin Holmes-Smith, Effi Kapoulis, Harry Quon and Tony Rende) for doing a great job and a special thanks to the folks at Central Commerce for hosting the event this year.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Greetings from Camp Power Your Future 2013!

Western Technical-Commercial School has chosen to provide a summer camp opportunity for all incoming grade 8 students. This news was originally released at our Incoming Grade 9s Spring Orientation meetings but knowing that all new students and families could not be present at those information sessions we are re-posting the message here. 

The camp is called Power Your Future 2013 and it runs from July 2nd to July 26th . 

REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN!  If you are an incoming grade 8 student and wish to register then complete the on-line form at http://wtcs.ca/pyf.  This camp is exclusively for WTCS incoming grade 8s. Please read the information posted at http://wtcs.ca/pyf. Carefully read the details of the camp attendance policy. We must adhere to the Board policy hence will not have the flexibility to accommodate for extended travel/absences as we had hoped. 

Please note that you must complete the on-line registration form for camp Power Your Future by May 30th to ensure your spot.

For those of you who choose to sign up, I look forward to meeting all of you again at the mandatory Camp Orientation evening on Thursday May 30th at 7pm in the school auditorium. Keep an eye on your e-mails; there will be more information to follow.

When you sign-up expect to receive a confirmation e-mail.

Power Your Future Camp registration will be closed as of June 12th, 2013. At that point in time we will focus our attention to the camp activity preparations.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Have a great day!
Eric Halling
Site Lead and Camp Director
Power Your Future 2013
Western Technical-Commercial School

Friday, May 24, 2013

Camp Muskoka

Last week was our Camp Muskoka leadership foray into the beautiful black-fly infested forests outside of Gravenhurst, where 70 campers basked in the warm sun, fired arrows as an army of aspiring archers, scaled a 30 foot rock wall like budding navy seals, and enjoyed various leadership games and activities. 

The brave - which was nearly everyone - were also in the water for an afternoon of swimming, canoeing, and kayaking. Special thanks to Ms McNeil for again organizing an amazing learning opportunity where many new friendships were made and leadership understandings developed. Way to go Western leaders for showing the way to the next generation!

Thursday, May 16, 2013

The Rise of Public Art ... as seen by Western Tech Cyber-artsys

Grade 9 CyberARTS students enjoyed a tour of downtown architecture and public art (including Joe Farfard's pasture of cows outside the TD towers) on their way to an afternoon tour and workshop at the Design Exchange on May 14.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Another Successful Robotics Campaign at Western.

Robotics at Western has emerged as a flagship program at the Toronto District School Board. Consider the facts:

      The word is getting out that our Robotics Program is flourishing – This chart shows how the program has expanded the past 4 years. The number of students in the graph represent the number of grade 8’s entering Western into the reserved Robotics pathway.
      The team is presently gearing up for a Skilled Trades Showcase promoting Robotics to elementary students. Our presentations are well received, getting the highest ranking from  elementary students as per the T.D.S.B. Research and Data Collection Department. 
      Great engineering and innovation happens at Western!

Wednesday, May 8, 2013




FOR A LIST OF SCHOOL LOCATIONS CHECK THE WEBSITE http://www.tdsb.on.ca/_site/ViewItem.asp?siteid=200&menuid=1288&pageid=954


• Tuesday, July 2 - Friday, July 26

• Monday - Friday

• Full Credit Courses: 8:45 am -3:30 pm

• Remedial/Transfer/Tutoring: 8:45 - 11:45 am / 12:30 - 3:30 pm

Students will be assigned to either the morning or afternoon session

Most full credit courses are open to all students who have earned 12 credits, with the pre-requisite, by June 28, 2013.

Please note that for ENG 4U1 and OSSLC students must have earned 26 or more credits by June 28, 2013.

Remedial courses are for students who completed the course during the school year and earned a final mark of at least 35 percent, but less than 50 percent.

The Math Transfer course for students who successfully completed Grade 9 Applied Math.

Please note: Courses are not guaranteed to run and locations may change. Please check the website between June 30 and July 1 to confirm final course offerings and locations.

New this year! Tutorial Help FOR GRADE 9 AND 10 MATH AND ENGLISH

We are thrilled to be offering tutorial help this summer. Students will benefit from small class instruction with a qualified teacher.

Students can attend tutoring from a single week, or up to four weeks. Students are encouraged to bring work they completed during the school year to address specific areas for improvement. TDSB students must register through their home school.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Best in Ontario, #2 in Canada and 34th in the World!

Congratulations to Connor McBrine-Ellis (team captain) and Ethan Waldie for their excellent standing at the World Championships of Computer Networking. In preliminary events they ranked #2 in Ontario - qualifying Connor and Ethan for the World Class Championship broadcast live over the Internet and hosted by CISCO.

On Friday May 3rd at the U.S. and Canada Theater Finale, they were up against thousands of elite networking students from all over the globe. Our boys kicked it up a notch and competed with valor during the two hour exam (a combination of theory and practical assessment). Western Tech's final ranking was 1st in Ontario, 2nd in Canada and 34th in the World - North America Division. Congratulations Connor and Ethan! ... and congratulations to Jesse Noordegraaf and Bradley Tenbrinke from British Columbia who were the #1 ranked Canadian team. 

An historical footnote: 
Two years ago we competed at the same competition. David Au and Henry Tieu ranked 24th in the World. David is at U of Waterloo doing a coop placement at Zynga and Henry is at U of Toronto in Life Sciences. 

So you want to know what Connor and Ethan do in their elective classes   - Computer Networking  (TEN) and Engineering Robotics (TEJ)? Connor was an instrumental part of the in-house online course selection software development team and is now programming enhancements to our school website.

At Western we encourage students to innovate and develop skills as they apply science to solve real world problems . Connor is following in the footsteps of another Western Tech graduate who pioneered our first "in-house developed" course selection software. That student, Gregory Lever-Fraser was just hired by Google (our third alumni to be plucked across the border by the information technology powerhouse) and is on his way to San Francisco where he promises to spread the news regarding the hot-bed of innovation happening right here at 125 Evelyn Crescent Toronto Canada! 

Not to be outdone, Ethan is working on a prototype for a 64 node supercomputer utilizing proper parallel processing algorithms. For this project we are looking to secure funding from a few sources, one of which is the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Ethan is researching, programming and contributing to the grant proposal writing team. Fortunately, Connor has graciously offered to write an administrative console for the prototype taking one responsibility off Ethan's plate. 

You’ll have the opportunity to read more on both of these projects in June as the masterful and innovative pieces of engineering unfold. 

Well done Western Tech Computer Networking students.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Cutting Style

Western’s co-op student, Heather, is fast-tracking her goal to become a hairstylist.  After completing many of her required high school credits, Heather registered as a full time co-op student. She wanted to gain experience in the working world.   Her teacher, Ms. Vrh,  told her about the Hairstyling OYAP program that would enable her to complete her level 1 training while earning co-op credits towards her graduation diploma.  Heather  applied for and was accepted into the program (only 8 high school students were accepted across the GTA).  She is currently completing her level 1 training and getting hands-on experience at Gossips Hairsytlists Inc. under the  guidance of owner Mary MacDonald.   

It's Western's link to the business community and the working world that give our students an advantage.  Thank you Mary for providing such a wonderful and positive  learning opportunity. Business people like you, working with students like Heather, are helping to make Western a great place to learn. 

Can your business offer a co-op placement to a Western Tech student? Contact Ms Vrh at 393-0500 or through this website. We're always happy to hear from businesses abroad and in the community.   

Read the SNAP! article here.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Star player’s final tournament marks end of hoops era at Lakehead University

Arab Spring came to Thunder Bay, Ont., about three years before it reached the shores of North Africa. It came in the form of a solemn-faced basketball player with roots in Cairo and the eyes and passion (not to mention the serenity and courage) of a Saladin warrior.

Five years have passed since 20-year-old Yoosrie Salhia, a six-foot-six post player, left the rough streets of Parkdale in west Toronto and came north to tiny Lakehead University to join what was probably the feeblest university basketball program in the country. During the previous season the audaciously named Thunderwolves had won just one game (by one point) and lost 30 (often by as much as 30 points).
Thunder Bay, it should be noted, has (in the words of the old joke) about 10 months of winter and two of tough sledding.   

“I definitely had to do some adjusting,” says Salhia, who had never been north of Lake Simcoe and hated cold weather (“I’m Egyptian!” he laughs.) More significantly, he had never played on a losing team.
And would not play on one for long.
Coach Scott Morrison had never seen Salhia on the court — not even on video — when the freshman arrived at the northern university after a high school career at Western Tech in Toronto and a year at Weatherford Junior College in Texas, where he never played a game because of injuries.

To read the entire article written by Charlie Wilkins visit The Toronto Star

Wednesday, March 27, 2013



The Merit Award Bursary is due to Ms. Morrison in Guidance on Thursday, March 28th.  For application information and criteria go to  http://meritaward.ca

2013 Youth Civic Leadership Award

Criteria:  leadership and community involvement, innovative, visionary, creative
Deadline:  March 31, 2013
Application form:  www.rotarytoronto.com  or see Ms. Morrison in Guidance

2013 Karthiha Guruparan and Bill Winsor Scholarships

Criteria:  Academically gifted, well-rounded, pursuing undergrad program in commerce/finance/business degree/diploma at recognized post-secondary institution. 
Amount:  $6,000.00 for one male and one female applicant
Deadline:  April 26, 2013
Application form:  www.cst.org

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Spring Orientation

Guidance will be hosting its annual Spring Orientation for all incoming grade 9 students and their parents during the week of April 22nd.  A letter of invitation will be mailed out during the week of March 18th. Please contact the guidance at 416 393-0500 ext. 20040 to book your appointment.

College Degree Panel

On Friday March 22nd representatives from 5 colleges will provide a presentation on the many degree programs offered at their College. Grade 11 and 12 University bound students are welcome to attend. The presentation will take place in room 273 at 10:00am.

Friday, February 22, 2013

New Scholarship/Award Opportunities

1. Hospitality Scholarships for College or University

Attending a college or university program in culinary, hotel, tourism, food & beverage, hospitality or resort management, catering management

Deadline: May 17, 2013

2. Merit Award Bursary
($500.00 awards for those staying in school, or $750/$2000 for those going to post-secondary))

Grade 11 or 12 student returning to school in Sept. in grade 12 or post-secondary education or apprenticeship, demonstrated extra-curricular/volunteerism in the school/community. Personal challenges or obstacles that you have overcome, including financial circumstances, will be considered.

Deadline: March 29, 2013 to Guidance Department

rit Award Application Link
3. Ryerson University National Entrance Scholarships

Applying to Ryerson in Sept., many different Scholarships available – check the site for criteria specifics

Deadline: April 2013

Application Link
4.  Retail Council of Canada Scholarship

Students entering a retail or business related program at college or university in Sept. who are working at least part-time in retail

Deadline: March 30, 2013

ication Link
5. York University Entrance Scholarships

Applying to York for Sept., many different Scholarships available – check the site for more details

Deadline: Some deadlines are Feb.1 and some are April 1

Application Link
6.  Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers 2013 National Scholarship Program

Pursuing a post-secondary program related to the food industry, must get a CFIG store to sponsor them. Up to 6,000.00 scholarship opportunity

Deadline: May 31, 2013

Application Link 
7. Investing in our Diversity Scholarship

Living in Toronto Community Housing or subsidized housing, applying to a post-secondary program.

Deadline: March 21, 2013

Application Link

Sunday, February 3, 2013

ROBOTICS season is underway ...

Western Technical-Commercial School students participate in the highest level of robotics competition offered by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Our students team up with the world’s best technology companies to build the most impressive robots you’ve ever seen. Built from scratch in only 6 weeks, these 5 foot tall, 140 pound robots compete in high intensity robo-sports. With bragging rights at stake for schools and the companies that support them, robotics takes on a pro-sports experience. Watch the best of the best in robotics come out to play.

Students who participate will get to:

  • Learn from professional engineers; 
  • Build and compete with a robot of their own design; 
  • Learn and use sophisticated software and hardware; 
  • Compete and cooperate in alliances and tournaments; 
  • Earn a place in the World Championship; 
  • and Qualify for over $16 million in college scholarships

“The varsity sport for the mind,” FRC combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and time limits, teams of 15 students or more are challenged to raise funds, design a team “brand,” hone teamwork skills, and build and program robots to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It’s as close to “real-world engineering” as a student can get.

Join the fun by coming to see Mr. Halling in room 274 or by speaking with any WARP7 team member.

Literacy for Life

Literacy is a fundamental life skill that is essential for young people if they are to achieve success in life. Students who have well-developed reading and writing skills will be better prepared not only for their future educational careers but also for the world of work. A greater focus on literacy means more opportunities for our students.

In Grade 10, students take the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT), which measures whether or not they are meeting the minimum standard for literacy across all subjects up to the end of Grade 9.

Feb 12th - Practice literacy test
March 25th to 28th - Literacy test preparation workshops


Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test Resources
Sample Test Booklet 2
Sample Test Booklet 2
Getting Ready Guide