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Islamic Heritage Month

Islamic Heritage Month

​On April 9, 2019, as part of the board's commitment to equity and inclusion, the Peel board approved a motion to recognize and celebrate Islamic Heritage Month in October. 

School Bus Safety Week is taking place Oct. 21 to 25

School Bus Safety Week is taking place Oct. 21 to 25

In Ontario, over 825,000 students travel to and from school safely on a school bus each and every school day. 

School Bus Safety Week is intended to raise awareness about school bus safety and the important work that our school bus drivers perform throughout the province in safely transporting students. 

Here in Peel Region our school buses travel over 100,000 km per day and deliver 60,000 students safely to and from school. 

Peel high school information nights start this fall

Peel high school information nights start this fall

​Learn about the Peel District School Board advantage and your local Peel board secondary school at an upcoming parent information night. For dates and times, visit www.peelschools.org/schools/informationnights or call the school directly. To find out which secondary school your teen will attend, call 905-890-1010/1-800-668-1146 ext. 2212 or visit www.peelschools.org/schools/findyourschool.​

**Please note that dates and times are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the school directly.

Engage. Educate. Empower. Speakers Series.

Engage. Educate. Empower. Speakers Series.

​After 18 years, the Peel District School Board is revamping its annual parent conference. After hearing from participants, we are changing the traditional full-day workshop model to a multi-evening speaker series focused on a specific subject, where parents and caregivers will hear from a keynote speaker followed by a panel who will take audience questions. We will also invite Peel board departments, groups and community partners to share their information in an exhibitor area. 

Regional Learning Choices programs unlock passions

Regional Learning Choices programs unlock passions

Regional Learning Choices programs unlock passions

Regional Learning Choices Programs offered by the Peel District School Board empower students by providing them with opportunities to develop and explore skills in a particular area of interest. Regional  programs are open to all students who meet the criteria for acceptance. Students and their families are encouraged to attend the information night for the program of their choice to receive more information about the program and application details.

Transportation is not provided for students in regional programs. If students have been accepted into a regional program and they live within the school boundary, they are eligible for busing only if they meet the distance criteria outlined in the board's Transportation Policy #39.

All regional programs include annual fees, including a non-refundable $40 application fee, except the Regional Skilled Trades and Transportation Engineering and Technology programs, which are offered at no cost.


Important dates to note:  

 Applications open Applications close
ELEMENTARYJan. 27, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 10, 2020 at 3 p.m.  
SECONDARYNov. 11, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 25, 2019 at 3 p.m.
  
Programs Schools offered at Starts in grade:
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Actively in Motion (AIM) Royal Orchard MS
Advanced Placement Central Peel SS, John Fraser SS
Arts Earnscliffe Sr. PS (starts in grade 6), Queen Elizabeth Sr. PS (starts in grade 7), Cawthra Park SS, Mayfield SS
Arts and Technology Morning Star MS
Graphic Design Management T.L. Kennedy SS
International Baccalaureate  Bristol Rd. MS, WG Davis Sr. PS, Erindale SS, Glenforest SS, Harold M. Brathwaite SS, Turner Fenton SS
International Business and Technology Allan A. Martin Sr. PS, Lisgar MS, Williams Pkwy Sr. PS, Meadowvale SS, North Park SS, T.L. Kennedy SS
International and Executive Leadership Academy T.L. Kennedy SS
Regional Skilled Trades Judith Nyman (starting in September 2020), West Credit SS   
SciTech Centennial Sr. PS, Macville PS, Tomken Rd. MS,
Chinguacousy SS, Port Credit SS
Sports Applewood Heights SS
Strings Central Peel SS, Port Credit SS
Truck and Coach Engineering and Technology Bramalea SS

 

For more information about program information nights, busing, fees and the
application process, visit www.peelschools.org/RegionalPrograms

Get involved in your child’s education

Get involved in your child’s education

Get involved in your child's education

Research shows parent involvement positively affects student success. Becoming more involved brings many benefits. You will get to know teachers, the principal and other parents better. You will be able to share your talents, experiences and ideas. You will inspire youth—and be inspired by them. You will show your child how much you value education. You will gain insights that can help you to boost your child's learning. And you could develop skills and knowledge that can help you in your own career.

There are many ways to be involved. Attending the Peel District School Board's annual parent conference, volunteering at your child's school, talking to your teen about their school day and reading with your child at night are all forms of parent involvement. Visit www.peelschools.org/parents/involved to learn more.

October is International Walk to School Month

October is International Walk to School Month

October is International Walk to School Month

According to the 2015 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card, about 91 per cent of 5-to-17-year-olds are not meeting Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines to get at least 60 minutes of daily moderate-to vigorous-intensity physical activity. These declining activity levels are linked to obesity, illness and chronic diseases (i.e., cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer).

Using active transportation for the school journey is one of the easiest ways for students to get regular daily physical activity. Managing time to allow for the walk or bike ride to school will become a positive habit that leads to children arriving on time, refreshed and energized for the school day. In fact, University of Illinois research has found that just 20 minutes of easy walking boosts performance in the areas of the brain that support math and reading achievement.

Walking to school also helps out the environment. Eliminating just four short trips per week can reduce emissions by up to 100 kg of carbon dioxide per year. Families that participate in active travel to school can prevent almost 1,000 kg of carbon dioxide per year and save money in fuel costs as well. Also, when more children walk to school and fewer parents drive their children, the areas near school zones become safer for pedestrians.

That is why our school will be participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 2. On that day—and throughout the month, if you can—walk, bike, blade, scooter, skip or hop to school….but don't drive!

International Walk to School month is part of the Active & Safe Routes to School program. Visit www.saferoutestoschool.ca/ for more information.

Oct. 23 opportunity to say ‘thanks’ to bus drivers

Oct. 23 opportunity to say ‘thanks’ to bus drivers

Oct. 23 opportunity to say 'thanks' to bus drivers

                                        

Peel schools will pay tribute to bus drivers on Bus Driver Appreciation Day on Oct. 23, 2019. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the people who safely transport over 36,000 students to and from school each day.

 

If your child rides the bus to school, take this opportunity to thank the bus driver for his or her contribution and ask your child to do so too. The Peel board appreciates the important job bus drivers do each school day and Oct. 23 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

Videotaping on school premises

Videotaping on school premises

Videotaping on school premises

 

While on school premises, the Peel District School Board is responsible for the protection of students and their privacy. In honour of our commitment to privacy and safety, we request that the use of audio and/or visual (video) recording equipment not be permitted unless authorized by school teaching or administrative staff prior to the recording being made. This includes the use of cellphones for recording your child on school property. We thank you kindly for your continued cooperation. 

Registration open – Continuing Education International Languages program for K-12 students

Registration open – Continuing Education International Languages program for K-12 students

Registration open Continuing Education International Languages program for K-12 students

 

The opportunity to study a language in addition to English and French can benefit all students, society in general and an increasingly independent world, including:

  • students with no prior knowledge of a particular language
  • students whose first language is English or French and who wish to study their home languages as a second or third language
  • students whose first language is their home language
     

The International Languages program is based on oral communications, reading and writing in languages other than English or French. Grammar and language knowledge are incorporated into each of the three skill areas.

Any student who is currently enrolled in a Peel District School Board elementary or secondary school is eligible to attend.

Classes operate each Saturday from mid-September to mid-June, except for holiday weekends and school vacations. Credit classes are 3.5 hours per day and run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Elementary classes are 2.5 hours per day and run from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Registration is currently open. In partnership with School-day, Continuing Education offers an online, cashless registration process.  Please visit www.peelschools.org/conted/il for further information.

 
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