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IMPT UPDATE - Info night for Transportation Engineering and Technology regional program rescheduled

IMPT UPDATE - Info night for Transportation Engineering and Technology regional program rescheduled

​​Tonight's information night for the Transportation Engineering and Technology regional program at Bramalea Secondary School has been *rescheduled* to Monday, Nov. 18, 2019 at 7 p.m.

For more information, visit www.peelschools.org/parents/programs/regional/secondary-rlcp/

Peel's Board of Trustees asks for support from Ministry of Education

Peel's Board of Trustees asks for support from Ministry of Education

On Nov. 7, 2019, the Ministry of Education confirmed they will provide the Board of Trustees with assistance. Click "Full Story" to view a statement from the chair and vice-chair of the board. 
Use of personal devices in Peel District School Board schools

Use of personal devices in Peel District School Board schools

​On Nov. 4, 2019, the Ministry of Education introduced a restriction on the use of personal mobile devices, such as cellphones, in the classroom. It's being referred to as a "cellphone ban" in the media, however, the ministry's direction does allow personal devices to be used for instructional purposes, as directed by an educator. Exceptions are also made if cellphones are required for health or medical purposes, to support special education needs. This direction aligns with the Peel District School Board's current practice and, as such, there is no​ change to the use of technology in Peel schools.​
Invitation to We Rise Together Parent Engagement Workshop - Nov. 23

Invitation to We Rise Together Parent Engagement Workshop - Nov. 23

Parents/guardians of Black Peel students are invited to attend the first of four We Rise Together parent engagement workshops on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019 from 10 - 1 p.m. at Mississauga Secondary School. Register to attend at https://pdsb.me/wrtparentworkshops
Applications open for pathway programs including Explore High Skills, Peel Region High Performers Program and secondary Regional Learning Choices Programs

Applications open for pathway programs including Explore High Skills, Peel Region High Performers Program and secondary Regional Learning Choices Programs

Peel District School Board pathway programs provide a range of diverse and engaging learning opportunities, courses and programs. Applications are currently open for Explore High Skills, Peel Region High Performers Program and secondary Regional Learning Choices Programs.  ​

Click Full Story to learn more about each program. 

Peel board hosts info sessions about French Immersion, Extended French options on Nov. 21

Peel board hosts info sessions about French Immersion, Extended French options on Nov. 21

The Peel District School Board will host information sessions for families about its French Immersion (FI) and Extended French (EF) programs at each FI/EF school on Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. Applications open on Monday, Nov. 25 at 8:30 a.m. These programs are an option for families to consider if they have a child who will start grade 1 or grade 7 in September 2020. Visit www.peelschools.org/French to find the FI or EF school in your area.

Click "Full Story" to view the important dates 


Peel schools recognize Indigenous Heritage Month and Hindu Heritage Month in November

Peel schools recognize Indigenous Heritage Month and Hindu Heritage Month in November

Throughout November, schools across the Peel District School Board will recognize and celebrate Indigenous Heritage Month and Hindu Heritage Month. Schools will participate in a number of activities to honour the rich culture, heritage, contributions and diversity of First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada,  Hindu Canadians, and Hindu communities from around 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:

Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu

Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu

Let's keep everyone healthy!

Bus cancellation and closing schools due to bad weather?

Bus cancellation and closing schools due to bad weather?

Some important reminders for families.​


Upcoming events

NOV
13

Sr. Boys Volleyball League Game

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Fletchers Creek Middle School
2:45 vs Fletchers 3:30 vs Aylesbury
NOV
14

Give what you can on United Way Giving Day

Peel District School Board
At the Peel District School Board, our mission is to inspire success, confidence and hope in each student – each and every day. Yet we know that there are many needs in our community that we can’t address on our own, like providing food for families that may go without or supporting communities after a crisis. That’s why we are holding a board-wide giving day in support of United Way Greater Toronto, a key partner and supporter of Peel families. This year, the Peel board has declared Nov. 14 as United Way Giving Day to raise much needed funds for United Way Greater Toronto and the network of local, Peel social service agencies it supports. Whether it’s providing shelter for a mother and her children in Brampton, matching a child who is at risk with a mentor in Caledon, or funding a breakfast program in Mississauga for youth that would otherwise go hungry, United Way offers hope and possibility to thousands in our community. A donation of: • $2 may go towards a breakfast program for a child from a low income family. • $10 supports a child with interactive, recreational outings for one year, including healthy snacks and transportation, to help them build their social skills and self-esteem. • $25 is enough to provide a daily homework club that gives children and youth access to computers, peer support and mentors. This is a completely voluntary campaign and any contributions are welcome. Whether you send a loonie, toonie, cheque made out to United Way Greater Toronto, or donate through school cash online, your contribution will make a difference. Pledges of $25 or more will receive a tax receipt from United Way Greater Toronto. To receive a receipt, you must fill out the pledge form on the back and send it to school with your donation by Dec. 13, 2019. If you donate through School Cash Online, attach a copy of your receipt to your completed pledge form. Thank you for lending a helping hand to those who need it most. Together, we can help those in poverty which wouldn’t be possible without your continued support – your local love can change lives.
NOV
17-23

#chooseACTION on Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week

Peel District School Board
The Peel District School Board will recognize Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, November 17 to 23, 2019. Bullying is a form of harassment. The World Health Organization says, “Bullying…demands the concerted and coordinated time and attention of health-care providers, policy-makers and families.” (Prevention of Bullying, 2010) Bullying is a relationship problem, with relationship solutions. Each year, across the Peel board, students, staff and families engage in learning and programming opportunities focussed on actively disrupting bullying, by creating positive and safe Climates for Learning and Working, built on a foundation of healthy relationships. This year the Peel board community will ‘#chooseACTION to STOP hate’ in their classrooms, offices, schools and communities, in order to make these spaces better places for everyone. Establishing and maintaining a positive Climate for Learning and Working requires all of us to actively intervene on assumptions, stereotyping, bias, discrimination and hate. We must proactively act and speak in ways that are inclusive, accepting of others and values difference. Throughout the week, we will be highlighting the importance of being an upstanding bystander by acting to stop hate: Step 1: Stop the Action Step 2: Name it Step 3: Explain the impact/harm Step 4: Ask the person causing the harm to change their behavior Step 5: Support the person harmed. The Peel board would like to hear about the big and small actions, pledges, and promises our Peel community values, and ask that you take a moment to share your #chooseACTION to STOP hate” moments on social media. Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week is one of the key items contained in Bill 13: The Accepting Schools Act, that came into effect on Sept. 1, 2012. For more information, visit www.peelschools.org/aboutus/safeschools/bullying or www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/safeschools/prevention.html.
NOV
19

Sr. Girls Volleyball Tournament

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, McCrimmon
Parents pick up from Gage at 5:30 pm
NOV
19

Sr. Boys Volleyball League Game

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Royal Orchard Middle School
2:00 vs Treeline 3:30 vs Royal Orchard
NOV
20

Raptors 905 Basketball Game

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Paramount Fine Food Centre
NOV
21

Sr. Boys Volleyball League Game

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Treeline Middle School
2:45 vs Cheyne 3:30 vs Fletchers Creek
NOV
26

Sr. Boys Volleyball League Game

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Gage Gym
2:45 vs Aylesbury 3:30 Treeline
 
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