School Year 2014-2015
POWER SCHOOL ORIENTATION/CURRICULUM NIGHT
On October 7th, 2014, Students were given usernames and accounts
which were to be sent home to parents/guardians. These usernames
and accounts will be used for parents/guardians to access Power School.
School, is a live program, that allows parents to see progress on how
their children are doing in the school, informing parents of
Absenteism from classes, tardiness/lates, marks in
To access Power School, Parents/guardians can click on the link located on the top of this page.
To access a parent userguide for Power School, please CLICK HERE.
To read on the security measures of Power School from the NLESD, Please CLICK HERE.
There will be a Power School Orientation/Curriculum Night on Thursday, October 9th, at the school at 7 pm. All parents/guardians are welcome to attend.
Posted: October 7th, 2014 8:53 pm
a new school year comes a new school website!
Features of the new website:
- Up to date information on what is occuring with the school,
including student handouts, upcoming events, and a twitter feed.
- A geographical and historical view of Piccadilly Central High School
and the Communities that make up the school.
STAFF - Get access to teacher websites, contact
information, and course outlines.
FOR PARENTS - link straight to the powerschool login for
- Link straight to the Newfoundland and Labrador English
School District Website
- Information about Cap and gown ceremony, applying for
scholarships, and information for potential scholarship donors.
Please be reminded that as per the school code of conduct,
participation in extra curricular activities is dependent upon regular
attendance at school.
NOTE: Senior Prom is an extra curricular activity.
** Students must maintain an attendance rate of 90%
A review of individual student attendance rates will be completed early
in the new year. Parents and students will be notified of any
concerns so corrective action can be immediately implemented.
If you require clarification on the above, please visit the office at
Central High and Positive Behaviour in Schools
Since 2013-2014, Piccadilly Central High school has taken an active
role in promoting positive behaviour in the school. Enclosed is an example
of the school's P.B.I.S. project.