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711 Jefferson Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R2V 0P7| Phone: (204) 339-2058| Fax: (204) 334-7252
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In our efforts to keep everyone safe, WALK-IN / In-person course change appointments are NOT PERMITTED. Please call the school office for further assistance.

Grade 9 Students - Course changes are not permitted. 

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE DOWNLOADED OUR SCHOOL APP TO RECEIVE​ IMPORTANT INFORMATION. ​

https://myschoolday.app​


 

Grade 12 Students: Please check out the GRAD TAB on the CGCC website and remember to subscribe to the Grade 12 Grad Channel on the school app.

 

​​If you need to contact a Counsellor please reach us via email:

Renata Gawlik (Gr 9)- renata.gawlik@7oaks.org 

Mike Peterson (Gr 10) - mike.peterson@7oaks.org

Judy Forbes (Gr 11) - judy.forbes@7oaks.org

Lina Arruda (Gr 12) - lina.arruda@7oaks.org

or phone the school office at 204-339-2058. 

 

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Are you feeling anxious with the pandemic situation? Call the Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba Help line​:

204-925-0040

or if you are 16+, check out AbilitiCBT  

                                                                                        https://manitoba.ca/covid19/bewell/virtualtherapy.html 

 

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Rerources for students and families
 
  
Resources for families regarding addiction
 
  
Health care clinics, counselling and education
 
  
 Offers services (drop in and by appointment) in the following areas: youth mental health counselling; indigenous youth counselling an
 
  
 
  
 
  
Resources for Teens, Parents and Teachers
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
Financial Support for Post Secondary education
 
  
 
  
 
  
The federal govenment is proposing the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) that would provide support to students and new graduates who are not be eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit or Employment Insurance or unable to work due to COVID-19.

This benefit would provide $1,250 per month for eligible students or $1,750 per month for eligible students with dependents or disabilities.

This benefit would be available from May to August 2020.

 
  
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