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Updated assessment information and guidelines for families to support learning at home

Updated assessment information and guidelines for families to support learning at home

​​Over the weekend, the Ministry of Education provided clarification regarding certain aspects of the earlier directions around assessment, evaluation and reporting. Learn what families need to know about assessment, evaluation and reporting during COVID-19 school closures. The board has also shared 10 guidelines for families to support distance learning at home. These guidelines have been translated to multiple languages and are available for families here.​

Peel board shares Community of Care Plan for continued learning and support during COVID-19 school closure.

Peel board shares Community of Care Plan for continued learning and support during COVID-19 school closure.

As we look to re-start instruction on Monday, April 6, 2020, the Peel District School Board has developed A Community of Care: The Peel District School Board’s Learning and Support Plan. The plan, which is aligned with Ministry of Education requirements, is posted on the board’s website and will be updated as we adapt to this new teaching and learning environment. ​​​

Closure of Peel board schools and worksites extended to May 4, 2020

Closure of Peel board schools and worksites extended to May 4, 2020

​Today, the Ministry of Education officially announced that all publicly funded schools in Ontario, including those in the Peel District School Board, will remain closed until May 4, 2020, to further prevent the spread of COVID-19. At this time, we do not know if further extensions will be announced, but commit to keeping you updated as new information becomes available​​

​Peel board playgrounds and amenities closed until further notice  ​

​Peel board playgrounds and amenities closed until further notice ​

Effectively immediately, the Peel District School Board will be closing all school playgrounds and other amenities, including sports fields, and basketball and tennis courts, on school board property until further notice. Basketball hoops will also be removed from all secondary schools to limit groups from gathering.​ Click here​ for more information. 
Peel board takes immediate action on Ministry of Education Review directives

Peel board takes immediate action on Ministry of Education Review directives

​After consultations with students, staff, families, trustees and community members, today, the Ministry of Education released its final report on the​ Peel District School Board's review.​ A joint statement from the Chair of the Board Brad MacDonald and Director of Education Peter Joshua can be found here.​​

Ministry of Education shares letter with families regarding extended school closures

Ministry of Education shares letter with families regarding extended school closures

​As you know, all Ontario schools, including those in the Peel District School Board, are closed until May 4, 2020, to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Yesterday, Minister of Education Stephen Lecce shared a Letter to families regarding the extended school closures.​

Peel schools recognize Sikh Heritage Month in April

Peel schools recognize Sikh Heritage Month in April

​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 Sikh Heritage Month in April. ​

The month of April was declared Sikh Heritage Month in Canada after a Member of Parliament brought forward a bill, which was unanimously passed and received royal assent from the Governor General. Ontario was the first province to declare the month of April as Sikh Heritage Month in 2013.

Throughout the month of April, we encourage staff, students, families and our communities to spend some time learning about the rich heritage, history, culture and contributions of Sikh Canadians and Sikh communities throughout the world.

Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu

Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu

​It's flu season and we want to make sure students stay as healthy as possible this year! Influenza (flu) spreads easily from one person to another and Peel Public Health has some tips to help reduce the risk of catching the flu and spreading it:

Elementary teachers to begin phase 3 work-to-rule on Jan. 13 unless progress is made at provincial bargaining table

Elementary teachers to begin phase 3 work-to-rule on Jan. 13 unless progress is made at provincial bargaining table

On Jan. 9, 2020, Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) announced that job action would escalate in public elementary schools across Ontario beginning Jan. 13, unless progress is made at the provincial bargaining table. Phase 3 of ETFO work-to-rule is set to begin next week.

What you need to know about the 2019 elementary Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum

What you need to know about the 2019 elementary Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum

​The Ministry of Education’s revised Elementary Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum was introduced on Aug. 21, 2019. The Peel District School Board is implementing the curriculum in alignment with our Equity and Inclusive Education Policy #54, the Ministry of Education’s Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy, and our obligation to honour human rights that are protected under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

 
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