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Update for Our Snack Program

Update for Our Snack Program

We would like to thank you at Morton Way, for your overwhelming response to our Snack Program. 

Due to the excessive need, however, we will be reviewing our program and will keep you informed as to upcoming changes in servicing your child.  Until further notice the snack program will be closed. 

It was hoped that through this past week of choosing a healthy and well balanced snack each day for your child, that the benefits of feeling healthy and living a healthy lifestyle could make a difference in your child's energy level, general happiness and perhaps academic success. 

Starting on Wednesday October 29th, please continue to send your own snacks from home each day and continue this awareness that your child has had, of choosing healthy eating, throughout the rest of the year. 

Thank you again for your participation and support, and keep healthy.​

Progress Reports Go Home on November 6th, 2014

Progress Reports Go Home on November 6th, 2014

​This message is for parents and guardians concerning student progress reports, for students in grades 1-5.  The progress reports will be distributed to students on Thursday, November 6th, which students must take home to their parents and guardians. 

 Please note that an incorrect date of November 13th was noted on our purple November School Calendar; we apologize for this error. 

EngageMath resources help parents support numeracy success

EngageMath resources help parents support numeracy success

​To support the teaching and learning of math, the Peel District School Board has developed EngageMath, a three-year comprehensive numeracy strategy. Math success for all students requires a strong partnership between home and school. That's why we're committed to providing parents with the support they need to help us boost math achievement in Peel. Learn more: http://www.peelschools.org/parents/helpyourchild/math.

Bully-Proofing Workshop for parents on Nov. 12

Bully-Proofing Workshop for parents on Nov. 12

The Peel District School Board's Anti-Bullying Collaborative Network is offering a bully-proofing workshop for parents on Nov. 12 from 7 - 9 pm at John Fraser Secondary School. See the attached flyer for more details!

 
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