NCIS or Northumberland Centre for Individual Studies is a high school within the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. Our goal is to help students graduate high school and achieve a successful transition to college or work.
Anyone 16 years of age or older and living in the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board boundaries is eligible to attend CIS. Its broad and flexible programming is ideal for anyone who:
· is ready to finish high school;
· has work or family commitments that would make attending regular school difficult;
· needs a quick upgrade for college, apprenticeship or work;
· is a young mom;
· has been previously unsuccessful in a traditional school setting;
· prefers to work at an individualized pace; and
· is over sixteen years of age.
KPR’s Annual Parent Conference
KPR’s Annual Parent Conference is returning this fall as a hybrid event, where you can choose to attend in-person or online! This year’s ...
Update for Families: September 29, 2022
Dear KPR Families, With cooler temperatures starting to set in, I am looking forward to the many new beginnings and fun learning ...
October Passport to Reconciliation at KPR
The learning focus for the month of October is Indigenous Film. To access weekly activities, reflection questions and resources to support ...
Update for Families: October 14, 2022
Dear KPR Families, I’ve had the wonderful privilege of visiting many schools and classrooms over the past month. Witnessing, first-hand, ...
Update for Families: October 28, 2022
Dear KPR Families, As the days get shorter, and schedules get busier, I want to take a minute to recognize a situation that may be a source ...
Labour Negotiations Update: October 31, 2022
Hello everyone, Further to our CUPE Labour Negotiation Update on Friday, please find below the latest information on this issue: Yesterday, ...
Labour Negotiations Update: November 2, 2022
Dear KPR families, Please see below for the latest information on the provincial labour situation. The Canadian Union of Public Employees ...
Schools Closed to Students Friday, Nov. 4
KPR SCHOOLS CLOSED TO IN-PERSON LEARNING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2022 Dear KPR families, We have been monitoring the provincial labour ...
KPR Schools to Remain Closed on Monday, Nov. 7
SCHOOLS TO REMAIN CLOSED FOR DURATION OF CUPE FULL WITHDRAWAL OF SERVICE Dear KPR Families, Further to our note yesterday, and to support ...
KPR Schools to Re-open Tuesday, November 8
KPR Schools to Re-open Tuesday, November 8 Dear KPR Families, We appreciate that the last few days have been extremely challenging for ...
Update for Families: November 10, 2022
Dear KPR Families, I want to begin my message this week from a place of gratitude. During Veterans’ Week, and on November 11, KPR students ...
Wednesday, November 16, 2022 CUPE Negotiations Update Dear KPR Families, As the provincial negotiations process continues, these remain ...
Schools May be Closed to In-Person Learning Monday
KPR SCHOOLS MAY BE CLOSED TO IN-PERSON LEARNING MONDAY Dear KPR families, Further to our message earlier this week, and to support ongoing ...
Updates for Families: November 25, 2022
Dear KPR families, It’s been an incredibly difficult week for our KPR community and our thoughts remain with the Thomas A. Stewart ...
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PARENTS: ALL KPR SCHOOLS AND BUILDINGS CLOSED FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23 As a result of the significant storm and extreme ...
Update for Families: December 22, 2022
Dear KPR Families, As we have shared, as a result of the significant storm warnings and extreme weather forecasted, all KPR schools and ...
Update for Families: January 19, 2023
Dear KPR Families, It’s so wonderful to have our students and staff back together and engaged in the many daily activities that make KPR ...
Update for Families: February 3, 2023
Dear KPR Families, On this very cold PA Day, and with the conclusion of secondary exams, I hope all students are enjoying an early start to ...
February Passport to Reconciliation
The learning focus for the month of February is Art. To access weekly activities, reflection questions and resources to support your ...
Update for Families: February 17, 2023
Dear KPR Families, I know you join me in continuing to hold close in our thoughts and hearts all those affected by the devastating ...
Updates for Families: March 3, 2023
Dear KPR Families, It’s been wonderful to see students participating in a wide variety of winter activities these past few weeks, exploring ...
March Passport to Reconciliation
The learning focus for the month of March is Language. To access weekly activities, reflection questions and resources to support your ...
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