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**Internet Safety Workshop**

**Internet Safety Workshop**

**Internet Safety Workshop**

To All Parents: There is an Internet Safety Workshop on Thursday, February 26th from 5:45-7:00 pm at the Peel District School Board's Central Board Office.  The workshop will be hosted by Carla Periera, Manager of Communications for PDSB, and will focus on the many social media tools that our students are actively using everyday. 

Parents will explore various social media tools and learn how to protect their child online.  Students and parents will learn how to build positive reputations and digital footprints, in order to help them in the future.

This workshop is open to parents, teachers and students.  Please join us!

**Student Assembly on Accountable Talk!**

**Student Assembly on Accountable Talk!**

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**February 19th: Student Assembly on Accountable Talk!**

 

We are continuing Earnscliffe's series of 'Professional Development' workshops for students!  This time the topic will be on 'Accountable Talk'!  Earnscliffe community members are invited to come in the morning to learn and hear how Accountable Talk can help our students learn, succeed and grow into successful adults.  Join us!

Peel District School Board 2014 Annual Report captures how we Inspire. Greatness. Together.

Peel District School Board 2014 Annual Report captures how we Inspire. Greatness. Together.

This year's Annual Report captures some of the incredible work that took place during the 2013-14 school year, and that continues to happen in our schools every day. You can view it online at www.peelschools.org/sites/annualreport2014.  The report highlights our students' achievements and the dedication of staff to inspire success.  ​

Parent Conference "Numeracy and Beyond" April 18 - Registration now open

Parent Conference "Numeracy and Beyond" April 18 - Registration now open

​Our annual Parent Conference helps Peel board parents and caregivers discover new ideas to support children's learning and development. This year’s focus is Math. The deadline to register is March 27.​

View the flyer for more information.

**New!  Daily Announcements!**

**New! Daily Announcements!**

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Would you like to know what our Daily Announcements are at Earnscliffe Senior?  And learn all about the many great things happening at one of the largest and most dynamic senior schools in Peel?  Now you can!  Have your child login to their BYOD 'MyClass Site' page and look for the ‘Daily Announcements!’ button.  It’s easy!  Read what the students hear and see every day to stay informed!  Join us!

Visit the Maple Sugar Bush at Jack Smythe Field Centre

Visit the Maple Sugar Bush at Jack Smythe Field Centre

Enjoy the beauty and wonder of nature as spring blossoms. The Jack Smythe Field Centre offers an exceptional family experience with a visit to its Maple Syrup Bush. 

What you need to know about head lice

What you need to know about head lice

What is head lice?

Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp where they lay their eggs. 

Traffic safety in our community

Traffic safety in our community

Safety is a top priority at our school. Here is a list of traffic tips to keep students, staff and parents safe while commuting to and from school. 


Help your family stay warm this winter

Help your family stay warm this winter

Peel Public Health recommends the following cold weather guidelines for preventing cold-weather injuries.

 
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