Mississauga Library Site http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/parents
Welcome Here Site http://www.welcomehere.ca/index.cfm?&stopRedirect=1
TVO - Parents http://feeds.tvo.org/tvoparents
TVO - Kids http://www.tvokids.com/
Ministry of Education http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/abc123/eng/
International Children’s Digital Library http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
Storyline Online http://www.storylineonline.net/
We Welcome the World Centre http://www.peel.edu.on.ca/englishHTML/welcome/index.htm
Ontario Early Years Centres http://www.children.gov.on.ca/htdocs/English/topics/earlychildhood/oeyc/index.aspx
Peel Community Information Database
Student Accident Insurance
Every Year there are a number of students who get injured at school, and out of school. Please follow the link for information on Student Accident Insurance. The Peel District School Board strongly supports families taking advantage of this optional insurance. The insurance is provided by a third party provider, with no ties to PDSB.
Even the most minor accidents can result in major financial responsibilities not insured under your government health or group plans. Why not protect yourself with our health insurance for students today?
Feel Secure With the insuremykids® Protection Plan – an inexpensive and comprehensive child health insurance for your children that protects your family from unexpected expenses year round.
This website is designed to help you find places to drop-off household hazardous and special wastes and unwanted electronics that can’t be put in your Blue Box and should not go in the garbage. You can search for places by municipality, postal code or material. To get started, select household hazardous and special waste, (such as leftover paint, non-rechargeable batteries and empty propane cylinders), or electronics, (such as televisions, computers and fax machines). And thanks for doing what you can to deal with waste responsibly.
Concerned Children's Advertisers
Since 1990, Concerned Children's Advertisers has been producing and delivering social messaging campaigns on issues of challenge in children's lives, including:
- Drug abuse prevention;
- Child abuse prevention;
- Child safety;
- Media literacy;
- Bullying prevention; and
- Healthy active living.
Our campaigns include nationally televised Public Service Announcements
Internet / Facebook security - tips to help protect yourself and your family
All Facebook (The Unoficial Facebook Resource) http://www.allfacebook.com/
Five tips to manage Facebook's new privacy settings (Globe and Mail article)
Get Web Wise (Gov. of Alberta)
Kiwi Commons - Online Safety Resource
Keeping Kids Safe http://www.kinsa.net/Keeping_Kids_Safe
KINSA aims to provide the best educational resources from around the world and here in Canada that children and parents can access. KINSA also believes there are numerous excellent resources already being developed and our desire is to not duplicate effort, but enhance it where we can and fill voids where appropriate.
Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction which involves several body systems, skin, upper and lower respiratory, gastro-intestinal and cardiovascular. For further information, please refer to the following websites:
Please note that Anaphylaxis/Epipen training is mandatory every year for all adults that work with students including teachers, custodians, secretaries and volunteers.
Type 1 Diabetes:
For further information, please refer to the following online video developed by Trillium Health in conjunction with the Peel District School Board.
Mississauga Parent-Child Resource Centres are dedicated to enhancing the lives of parents and caregivers with children ages 0 - 6 by empowering and involving them in their children's learning and development.
We empower families by continually engaging community partners and providing accessible programs and services that focus on early learning and development in children and parent education and support.Mississauga Parent Child Resource Centres
Peel Information Network
The Peel Community Information Database
The "Red book" online... your access to information on more than 1,700 resources in Peel Region. Health & social services, information & referral, libraries, community groups, government offices, and much more!
Resources - Links to Other Websites