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Peel Board of Trustees sends letter to the Minister of Education to share concerns over recent announcements

Peel Board of Trustees sends letter to the Minister of Education to share concerns over recent announcements

​Trustees sent a letter to the Minister of Education to share their concerns over recent announcements. Click 'Full story' to view the letter.​

Celebrate Administrative Professionals’ Day

Celebrate Administrative Professionals’ Day

​Peel schools will pay tribute to administrative professionals on Administrative Professionals' Day on April 24, 2019. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the administrative staff who help support student success each and every day.  

The Peel board appreciates the important job administrative staff do each school day and April 24 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

Allan Drive NEWS

Allan Drive NEWS

Peel public schools celebrate Education Week

Peel public schools will host hundreds of special activities and events to celebrate Education Week 2019 from April 8 to 12. The theme for this year's week-long focus on education is We Inspire.

 

This spring the 50's are coming to Allan Drive with our production of 'Grease'! Performances will be May 8th and 9th at 7:00 pm.

 

Each year, more than 50,000 parents and community members across Peel attend activities and events during Education Week.  We are looking forward to an equally successful week this year.

 

April - Earth Month

Earth Month encompasses the international celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2019. This is the most celebrated environmental event worldwide. Initiated in 1970, this event has been considered the birth of the environmental movement.

Each year, more than 6 million Canadians join 500 million people in over 180 countries in staging events and projects to address local environmental issues. In Canada, Earth Day has grown into Earth Week and even Earth Month to accommodate the profusion of events and projects. Here are some ways that you can celebrate earth week with your family:

 

  • create a backyard or schoolyard habitat
  • plant a garden or tree
  • start a recycling program at home
  • organize a carpooling campaign in your neighbourhood to reduce air pollution
  • pick up trash in your neighbourhood
  • read a book about an endangered species
  • make a visit to your local zoo, aquarium or museum
  • visit a local park, wildlife area or farm to provide a fun opportunity to learn about the environment and life

 

Allan Drive goes pink on April 10

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, Peel District School Board schools will recognize Day of Pink. Unlike Pink Shirt Day, which is meant to combat all forms of bullying, we celebrate Day of Pink in Peel to specifically combat homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.

"Equity and inclusion is something that all Peel schools teach throughout the year and discuss with students daily—it is embedded in everything we do," says Peter Joshua, director of education. "Day of Pink is just one more way for us to ensure students and staff learn, work and develop in environments that are safe, equitable, inclusive, respectful and nurturing for all."

Day of Pink began when a high school student in Cambridge, Nova Scotia, was bullied with homophobic language because he wore a pink shirt to school. The next day, hundreds of students at his school stood up to bullying and wore pink to school to show their support for equity and inclusion.

 

Celebrate Administrative Professionals' Day

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Peel schools will pay tribute to administrative professionals on Administrative Professionals' Day on April 24, 2019. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the administrative staff who help support student success each and every day. 

The Peel board appreciates the important job administrative staff do each school day and April 24 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

 

 

School Messenger

School Messenger

How to report absences when School Messenger is experiencing technical issues

Recently before the Winter break, the SafeArrival system, provided by School Messenger, experienced problems reporting absences through the App and website. While School Messenger works diligently to fix any technical issues, parents/guardians are reminded that absences can always be reported by calling the School Messenger toll-free number 1-855-209-6155 even when the App and website are inaccessible.

What you need to know about the 2018 interim Health and Physical Education (HPE) elementary curriculum

What you need to know about the 2018 interim Health and Physical Education (HPE) elementary curriculum

The Ministry of Education's 2018 interim Health and Physical Education (HPE) elementary curriculum, which came into effect in September 2018, includes changes to the section on Human Growth and Development. No changes were made to the secondary HPE curriculum.​
Inclement Weather and Bus Cancellations - 2018/2019

Inclement Weather and Bus Cancellations - 2018/2019

Getting Your Questions Answered

Getting Your Questions Answered

Getting your questions answered

Do you have questions about your child's education? Here are some helpful people to contact to ensure you get the answers you need as quickly as possible.

Your child's teacher: If you have questions related to your child's education, the first person you should speak to is your child's teacher. They can assist you with homework and assessments, instructional strategies, classroom rules, and questions about the classroom/school.

Your school principal or vice-principal: If you require additional assistance, or if your question extends beyond the classroom, speak with your school principal or vice-principal. They can assist you with School Council, school safety, registration, student schedules, report cards, the Student Code of Conduct, and student discipline, along with many other school-wide topics.

Your school's superintendent of education: If you still have unanswered questions or concerns after speaking with your child's teacher and principal, you can talk to your local superintendent for assistance. Their contact information is available on the 'About Us' section of your child's school website.

 

Your local trustees: Trustees are elected representatives and can assist you with suggestions for the school board, board agenda items, board polices and board budget. You can learn who your trustee is by visiting http://www.peelschools.org/trustees/meetyourtrustee/Pages/default.aspx


 

 

April - Earth Month

April - Earth Month

​Earth Month encompasses the international celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2019. This is the most celebrated environmental event worldwide. Initiated in 1970, this event has been considered the birth of the environmental movement.

 


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