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April 11, 2016 is a PA day for all students

April 11, 2016 is a PA day for all students

As a result of labour settlements with various federations and employee groups, the Ministry of Education has directed all school boards to create an additional Professional Activity Day this year and for each school year going forward. ​

For the 2015-16 school year, the​ additional PA Day for the Peel District School Board will be April 11, 2016. All Peel board elementary and secondary schools will be closed to students on this day. 
Daily Announcements - February

Daily Announcements - February

 Quote of the day -Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day. Quoted in P.S. I Love You, compiled by H. Jackson Brown Jr.  Let's make a change. The Compass drive this month is toiletries.  M.S. Read-a-thon - start reading, log your hours and get pledges. Red, Pink and White Day - Wear red, pink and white on Friday to celebrate Valentine's Day! Red Maple - today is red maple reading club.

Grade 8 Grad Photos

Grade 8 Grad Photos

​Grade 8 Grad photo day is Tuesday, March 1st. Book your haircut and bring your smile.

Movie Night

Movie Night

​The Tecumseh Home and School Association is happy to announce our first Family Movie Night. On Friday, February 26th at 6:00. The movie we are watching is Boys On The Hood, Alivn and The Chipmunks The Road Trip. Movie Night is open to families with children K - grade 5. Information will be sent home on Thursday.

Port Credit Legion's 2016 Public Speaking Competetion

Port Credit Legion's 2016 Public Speaking Competetion

​The excitement of yesterday's Super Bowl was nothing in comparison to the excitement at the Port Credit's Legion's 2016 Public Speaking Competition. Seven eloquent speakers from Tecumseh Public School bravely took to the podium and simply dominated the competition. In the morning Kerrin K. and Aarian B. competed in the Junior Competition. Kerrin made a fascinating speech on the topic of "How to be a great hockey player" and captured the audience's attention with her clear and loud voice. Aarian spoke about the impact of the internet on our modern lives. His speech was a delicate mix of humor and intelligence and he did an excellent job.

In the afternoon, eight Grade 7 and 8 students competed in the Intermediate Competition. Kallel M. started the competition with an excellent and controversial look at atheism. Twinkle X. discussed the true nature of evil. Mckenzie T. wove a fairy tale about immigration and Parkinson's disease. Amar P. told a beautiful tribute to his family. Each speaker was clear, confident and eloquent. They made Tecumseh proud!

In the end, it was Tecumseh's very own Vishurdeey S. who took home first prize. Recounting her personal experiences with racism in competitive tennis, she brought many of the audience members to tears and stole the judge's hearts. On her way to the provincial competition, Vishurdeey will next compete at the Zone level in Milton in March. Good luck Vishurdeey!

Congratulations to all of the brave public speakers.

If you are in Grade 7 and * and might be interested in out next public speaking competition, stay tuned for more details about this spring's "Excellence in Eloquence" competition or see Mrs. Schnaar for details.

MS Read-a-thon

MS Read-a-thon

​The MS Read-a-thon is back at Tecumseh. We are hoping for another year of fantastic reading and fundraising to help end MS. Our goal this year is to raise $3000 and students and families can make the pledges on line MSReadathon.ca

Reading begins on Monday, Jan. 25th and ends Friday, February 12th. Money collection is February 15th until the 19th.

This year we are inviting parents, grandparents, extended family members to come to school to read their favourite book to a class. If you are interested to come in and read to a class, please email Catherine.lord@peelsb.com and let me know what day and time works for you.

 

Let's make a difference at Tecumseh and read to end MS.

Battery Recycle Program

Battery Recycle Program

​Tecumseh is one of 20 schools that is taking part in the battery recycling project. The sponsor for this is Call2Recycle, the largest battery recycling non-profit organization in North America. Your challenge is to talk to your family, friends, neighbours, and to try to collect as many used batteries as you can. Then bring them to school and drop them off in the Call2Recycle/Power of Ten Battery Connection Maze. The school that collects the most batteries will win a cheque for $500!  Included in the newsletter is a list of the types of batteries that are accepted. We will be collecting batteries starting Monday, February 1st and will end on Monday, February 29th.

Peel board says, “Facts matter,” provides factual guide to revised HPE curriculum

Peel board says, “Facts matter,” provides factual guide to revised HPE curriculum

The Peel District School Board has produced Working together to keep our students safe and healthy: a parent's guide to the revised Health and Physical Education curriculum. The guide provides factual information about the revised curriculum, the actions the board has taken in response, and a grade-by-grade chart of what students will learn. The guide will be distributed to every parent with students in grades 1 to 12. 

Parent resources help you support your child’s learning

Parent resources help you support your child’s learning

In October 2014, the Peel District School Board sought input from families to help guide the development of resources that help parents and caregivers support their children's learning. The result is a new Help Your Child online resource centre on the Peel board's website with the topics families said were important to them. ​​

Register for Peel board's 15th annual parent conference

Register for Peel board's 15th annual parent conference

 
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