1690 Mazo Crescent, Mississauga, ON L5J1Y8
Phone: 905-822-0451 Fax: 905-822-5973

Home
Left Banner Image Middle Banner Image school building
     
English Punjabi Urdu Tamil Hindi Arabic Gujarati Vietnamese Chinese-S Welcome
Other Languages
Chinese-T Spanish Bengali Korean Farsi Tagalog Serbian Russian Somalian Malayalam Polish Telugu Albanian Croatian Portuguese Twi Singhalese Turkish Pashto Romanian Nepali Dari Greek Marathi Japanese Creole Bulgarian Yoruba Macedonian Swahili Italian French
Alternative Education
Early Years
 

What's New

Sign up for school news
Kidssentials Hot Lunch program

Kidssentials Hot Lunch program

Tired of making lunches? Take a break with Kidssentials, the fresh hot lunch provider for our school. Parents, take comfort in knowing your children are receiving fresh-served homestyle lunches they enjoy! To view the menu and to place an order, log in or create your family's account at www.kidssentials.com/parents.

Lunch Cancellation Policy: If your child is away during the lunchtime on a Kidssentials day (illness, field trip, track meet, etc.), please cancel your child's meal by 8:00am of the day you wish to cancel and a credit will be applied to your account. Kindly provide as much notice as possible for all cancellations. Cancellations can be made by email, voicemail, or on the Kidssentials website through the 'contact us' page. 

905.855.1914  |  mail@kidssentials.com  |  www.kidssentials.com 

P.S. Kidssentials is now hiring! Work only while your child's at school – perfect for any stay-at-home parent. Contact Kidssentials today for more info and to apply. 

Is French Immersion right for my child?

Is French Immersion right for my child?

​If your child will be starting grade 1 in September 2015, one of the important choices you will make is whether you want to register your child in French Immersion.

Please review the attached article for information about the French Immersion application process.

Crochet Club for Outreach

Crochet Club for Outreach

Crocheted Rings!

Grades 3, 4 and 5

Room 12 on Day 9 after lunch

Description: Crochet Ring DIY with Free Pattern at Hands Occupied

Three more sessions to go:

Wednesday, October 29, Wednesday, November 12,

Thursday, November 27

 

Coding Club Starting Next Week

Coding Club Starting Next Week

​Coding Club will be starting Wednesday October 22nd. Coding Club will give an opportunity for grade 5, 4, and 3 students to learn the basics of how to code. The club will be using sites such as code.org or scratch.mit.edu to introduce how to code to the students. Depending on the turnout, the club will be run in 4 to 6 week rotations to accommodate all interested students. The grade 5's will be in the Fall/Winter, grade 4's in the Winter/Spring, and the grade 3's in the Spring/Summer. All interested students are asked to contact Mr. Gallant. 

EngageMath resources help parents support numeracy success

EngageMath resources help parents support numeracy success

​To support the teaching and learning of math, the Peel District School Board has developed EngageMath, a three-year comprehensive numeracy strategy. Math success for all students requires a strong partnership between home and school. That's why we're committed to providing parents with the support they need to help us boost math achievement in Peel. Learn more: http://www.peelschools.org/parents/helpyourchild/math.

The Outreach Club and United Way need your help!

The Outreach Club and United Way need your help!

Our Grade 3, 4 and 5 Outreach Members are busy making thousands of gifts to sell at our Annual United for the Holidays Gift Extravaganza, which will be held on Thursday December 11th to raise money for United Way. We are looking for some supplies that you may have lying around your house. We are looking for:
Soup cans
Baby food jars
Broken pool noodles (the kind with an approx. 1-inch hole in the middle)
Leftover blackboard paint
Old game-board pieces from Monopoly, Clue, Lego etc.
If you have any of these things to spare, please drop them off at the school during the month of October, care of Mme Churly or Mme Wilson.
We are also looking for parent volunteers to help at the cash tables on the day of the sale. Please let us know if you would be able to help!
Thank you for helping us make a difference! 
The Outreach Club,
The WWW is Posted on the School Website

The WWW is Posted on the School Website

​Because of the Ant-Spam legislation that prohibits us sending out emails to our community, our weekly newsletters are currently posted on the school website under the Newsletters tab.

School Events Are Posted on the Website Calendar

School Events Are Posted on the Website Calendar

You can the view Peel District School Board calendar accessible from the "About Us" drop-down menu to learn more about upcoming Whiteoaks events. As well, upcoming events are listed in our weekly newsletter, The Whiteoaks Wednesday Weekly.
Bully-Proofing Workshop for parents on Nov. 12

Bully-Proofing Workshop for parents on Nov. 12

The Peel District School Board's Anti-Bullying Collaborative Network is offering a bully-proofing workshop for parents on Nov. 12 from 7 - 9 pm at John Fraser Secondary School. See the attached flyer for more details!

 
Peel District School Board My Class
Student Transportation of Peel Region
Bring Your Own Device
Peel Children and Youth Initiative