Registering at KCI as a new student

To register at KCI, please email the Guidance Secretary (Angela McGowan) at angela_mcgowan@wrdsb.ca

When you are instructed by the Guidance Secretary through email, you can then complete the 2020/21 Student Registration Form.

Current students

For the most up-to-date information, please make sure you are registered in the appropriate Google Classroom, using the codes below.

Google Classrooms

  • Junior (Gr. 9 and 10) – ob3eitg
  • Senior (Gr. 11 and 12) – jm6kxkr

Connecting with our team

  • R. Gauthier (Surnames B-E) – ext. 5525
    • For general questions please email rhonda_gauthier@wrdsb.ca
    • For a longer discussion, please book an appointment
  • J. Kreutzkamp (Surnames A, F, G, J) – ext. 5528 (PM)
    • For general questions please email joel_kreutzkamp@wrdsb.ca
    • For a longer discussion, please book an appointment
  • N. Biffis (Surnames H-I, K-L) – ext. 5529
    • For general questions please email nick_biffis@wrdsb.ca
    • For a longer discussion, please book an appointment
  • P. Radstake (Surnames M-R) – ext. 5526
    • For general questions please email paul_radstake@wrdsb.ca
    • For a longer discussion, please book an appointment
  • C. Kenning (Surnames S-Z) – ext. 5527
    • For general questions please email cindy_kenning@wrdsb.ca
    • For a longer discussion, please book an appointment
  • Secretary
    • Angela McGowan – ext. 5520
  • Social Worker
  • Child and Youth Workers
    • Jennifer Bannister (Surnames A-K) – ext. 5241
      • jennifer_bannister@wrdsb.ca
    • Heather Gibbons (Surnames L-Z) – ext. 5249
      • heather_gibbons@wrdsb.ca
  • Sexual Health Nurse
    • Tonya Lavallee – available to contact on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and every other Thursday
      •  226-752-7492 (cell)
      • TLavallee@regionofwaterloo.ca

Guidance and Career Education can

Address many of the important questions that students face at this time in their lives

  • How can they better manage their time, resources, and relationships with other people to improve their chances for success in high school and the world beyond
  • What useful knowledge, skills, and habits do they already have or can they improve on to achieve success in school and work
  • How can they best chart a course for post-secondary destinations (apprenticeship, college, university, work, etc.)

Help students learn how to

  • Set short-term and long-term goals that support success now and in their future post-secondary endeavours
  • Develop strategies required to achieve these goals
  • Discover their interests, aptitudes, strengths, and values and use this self-awareness to develop a career/education plan

Also helps students

  • Understand that a career is not just an occupational destination but also a lifelong journey that includes varied and changing work, family and community roles
  • Develop learning and employability skills and strategies that they can use in their secondary and post-secondary studies and in the workplace
  • Learn the knowledge and skills required for effective communication, teamwork and leadership