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​Report student absences through new SafeArrival system

​Report student absences through new SafeArrival system

​Beginning Sept. 6, 2016, all parents/guardians need to report their children's full-day absences, late arrivals and/or early departures from school via our new automated SafeArrival phone number at 1-855-209-6155, online at​, or by downloading the mobile app (through your phone's app ​store) for Apple and Android devices.  For absences longer than 5 consecutive school days, please contact the school office. ​

Learn about Peel Region High Performers Program at upcoming info nights, program designed for high-performing student athletes/artists

Learn about Peel Region High Performers Program at upcoming info nights, program designed for high-performing student athletes/artists

Train More. Rehearse More. Learn More.

New Peel District School Board program offers flexible school options for student athletes, artists

Does your child/teen have an intense sports or arts training and competition schedule that makes it difficult to attend school regularly? The Peel District School Board's new Peel Region High Performers Program will offer flexible timetabling to accommodate student athletes and artists with demanding practice, competition, rehearsal and/or performance schedules.​

Learn about local Peel high schools at upcoming information nights

Learn about local Peel high schools at upcoming information nights

It's never too early to start planning aheadYour local Peel board secondary school is hosting an information night to share with you the wide range of opportunities that are available for students. From exploring classrooms to meeting teachers to learning about programs and extracurriculars, you'll get a glimpse into how high schools in Peel inspire each student to achieve personal excellence. 

Click here​ for details on high school information nights. 

Safe Use of School Drop-Off and Pick-up areas memo

Safe Use of School Drop-Off and Pick-up areas memo

Dear Families,

As you may  know this summer the Peel District School Board invested a great deal of money to enhance safety at the school by constructing a drop-off and pick-up area at Williams Parkway Sr PS.   This addition has helped enhance safety  for students, staff and families dropping off or picking up students.   We also have more buses arriving to the school due the reduction of the distance for students in Grades 7 and 8 to qualify for the bus.   


At our Parent Council meeting in October it was recommended that the school send out a reminder to parents as to the expectations when dropping off and picking up students at Williams Parkway Sr PS.  Below are the key reminders that use the attached map for location reference. 


  • Please follow the arrows indicated on the map for traffic flow. 
  • Area 1 is a permit accessibility parking area, only those with permits may park there.  Please do not drop students off at Area 1 on the map and turn around, this causes congestion.
  • When dropping students off please only use the drop-off Area 2 on the map. 
  • When at Area 3 it is suggested that driver  move straight and turn right onto Williams Parkway, if you turn right at Area 3, there may be busses parked and this will add to the congestion.
  • Between 8:10 and  8:40 and 2:15 and 2:50  Area 4 and 5 is a designated bus drop off and pick-up area for bussing.  No cars can stop or park there.
  • The busy time for drop-off and pick-up is 8:15 and 8:30 and 2:20 to 2:40.
  • If dropping off or picking up students  on McKay (Area 6) please use extreme caution . 
  • Area 7, Terry Miller, is an alternate place to drop-off and pick-up. 


Thank you.


Mr Moody


 Parking Map.pdf

 Parking Letter Oct 2016.pdf

Parent Council Meeting and Elections October 20th

Parent Council Meeting and Elections October 20th

​A reminder that there will be a Parent Council Meeting on Thursday, October 20th at 6:30pm in the Library.  In addition to the regular meeting we will be conducting elections for  Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary,Treasurer and  Special Events

Give what you can for Hurricane Matthew Relief Tuesday, October 18th

Give what you can for Hurricane Matthew Relief Tuesday, October 18th

Toonie Tuesday – Oct. 18, 2016

The Peel District School Board has set Oct. 18, 2016, as Toonie Tuesday to send urgent support to respond to the needs of children and families affected by Hurricane Matthew.  

On Tuesday Oct. 4, 2016, a devastating hurricane struck Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica, affecting more than 1.4 million people. The storm has caused substantial structural damage to homes, food reserves and water and sanitation infrastructure. In the aftermath of the hurricane, the threat of cholera is growing. Heavy damage has been reported in school infrastructure, with at least 300 schools damaged and the education of more than 100,000 children at stake.

The North Park Advantage October 13th, 2016

The North Park Advantage October 13th, 2016


Our amazing secondary school North Park SS will be holding an information session for parents tomorrow night.  


6pm in the Cafeteria for those Grade 8 community families that will be attending North Park SS next year. 


6pm and 7:30 pm in the Library for those Grade 8 families interested in applying to the International Business and Techniology (IBT) Program,


North Park IBT Info Flyer.pdf


0_NPSS Postcard_FINAL.pdf




Subway Pre-Order

Subway Pre-Order

Subway Lunch Order Form.pdf Please order your subway sub.  We are only doing pre-orders this year.  A great deal comes with a granola bar and bottle of water. 

September Newsletter

September Newsletter

​Please find attached the September Newsletter SepNewsletterfinal1 2 (1).pdf

Classroom Reorganization 2016

Classroom Reorganization 2016

​Each September, school boards count the actual enrolment at schools and adjust the number of teachers at each school accordingly – this is called re-organization.  Re-organization day this year is on Tuesday September 27th and as a result there is no school for students on this day.  Further details can be found through the following link.

Reorganization Outline.pdf


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Rocks and Rings (Curling Program)


House and Awards Recognition Assembly

10:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Photo Day!

8:50 AM - 2:30 PM, Bring your smiles!!
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