Student Services

MMR Student Services 
Guidance, Coop, Student Success, Social Work
Room 205

Welcome to our Student Services Page! 

  • MMR Scholarship Application - Due April 9 
  • Resources for help paying for Post Secondary 
  • This year there is a website you can visit with scholarships available to all Halton students. You can check it out here: 
  • You can also look in the Scholarship's Folder below for more opportunities to help pay for your post-secondary destination!
  • Guidance and Student Services will also post reminders for scholarship on our Facebook Page.
  • M.M. Robinson specific scholarships, bursaries and awards will become available in second semester. Check back here for more details.
  • Hundreds of scholarships go unclaimed each year!! Graduating students are advised to check with their financial aid offices for any unclaimed scholarships, awards and bursaries.
US College Expo:
 FREE US COLLEGE EXPO in TORONTO on Saturday, April 28 from 10 AM to 2 PM at Roy Thomson Hall. This event helps student and parent attendees understand all aspects of the U.S. College and University admissions process; including selection, application, financing and student athlete considerations.  Special guest speaker Ashley Thornburg, Associate Director for NCAA Eligibility Center.


Registration for this FREE and exclusive event is at:

Appointments with Guidance:
To arrange an appointment, go to the following GoogleCalendar and sign up in an available time slot:
Last Names beginning A-L (Mrs. Hagley)
Last Names beginning M-Z (Mrs. Rosa)

Need To Chat??
Please stop by Student Services if you need someone to talk to.  In Student Services, you can talk with your Guidance Counsellor, Student Success Teacher, Social Worker and Head of Special Education.  
You can always drop in to talk about:
  • mental health and wellness

  • communication strategies

  • support with classes and learning strategies

Need Extra Support for Classes?

Peer Tutoring ~ Starting at the end of September

Are you:

  • in Grade 12??

  • interested in earning volunteer hours??

  • a strong student in your classes??

  • able to explain concepts well to others??

Are you interested in becoming a Peer Tutor?  If you would like to earn Volunteer Hours and give back to  your MMR Community, please see Mrs. Hagley.


Do you need extra help with your courses?  

MMR has a number of Peer Tutors who are available at lunch and after school to help you understand concepts and provide support in your learning.  

Visit Student Services & Guidance for more information.

Student Success Clinic
Do you need extra time and help to get caught up with course work or assignments for your inclass or your eLearning course?  Come to room 201 during lunch (11:02-12:15) every Tuesday and Thursday to get help.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Ontario Volunteer Gateway:
This website encourages Ontarians to volunteer and makes getting involved easier.  Find opportunities by interest. More information can be found outside the Guidance office on the volunteer board or check out:

Past Info For Reference

2018-2019 Final Course Selection Process:
Our Final Course Selection Process is now complete. Please refer to the following resources:
Semester 2 Start Up:
We hope that you have a great start to your semester 2.  If you have an issue with your timetable (blank period, wrong course, pathway change), please do the following:
  • complete & have your parent/guardian sign the Course Change Request form
  • book an appointment with your Guidance Counsellor
  • bring in your completed and signed Course Change Request Form in to your appointment
  • attend each of the courses on your current timetable until your Guidance Appointment
Preliminary Course Selection Process ~ (that took place in Dec'17)
With the MMR & LBP Communities coming together in September'18, we want to elicit student voice in our Course Offerings for 2018-19.  We will do this through a Preliminary Course Selection Process, where students will choose the courses they wish to take for next year.  From this process, we will remove courses that were not highly subscribed and create the final list of Courses Available for the Second Course Selection Process that occurs in February.  

Please discuss each of the options available for your child for this process.  To help make the most informed choices for next year, the following resources will be in the package students receive at school:

  • Course Descriptions are listed here:  Course Descriptions (Please note these course descriptions are in the process of being updated to include both L.B. Pearson and M.M. Robinson Course Offerings)
  • Are you interested in taking an eLearning Course?  See the courses available here:  eLearning HDSB
  • Other Resources to help you in making informed decisions are located below in the folders.
If you have any questions, please contact your Guidance Counsellor.

Future Grade 9s - Course Selection Process
Your current Elementary School will be distributing all of the Course Selection Materials for our future grade 9 students. Each elementary school will determine the date by which the Course Selection Forms need to be returned, prior to our MMR & LBP Student Services coming to each school to help students enter in their selections before the end of January.

Grade 12 Post Secondary Pathway Assembly - Nov 21'17

Useful Handouts & Presentation:

Continue researching post secondary institutions and book tours/visits to the ones you wish to see! 

Are you considering University as your next step after Graduation?  This video may be of interest to you:

Stay connected with MMR Guidance @

MMR Guidance Forms & Resources

Our Team  
Nicole Hagley ~ Dept. Head (Guidance, Student Success, Business, Coop) 

Guidance & Social Work
Debbie Childs -Secretary
Laura Clement -Social Worker
Leigh RosaGuidance Counsellor (M-Z)

Access Program
Peter van der Meulen- Access program

Co-Op Department

REP Program
Dejan Mitrovic - REP Program
Matt Rippon - REP Program

Student Success & Self Paced Learning
Maria Bruce - Student Success Teacher & Self Paced Learning
Tony Tesone - Self Paced Learning
Priya Mohan - Self Paced Learning