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Important Letter to Huttonville families regarding back-to-school

Important Letter to Huttonville families regarding back-to-school

​Click on 'Full Story' to view an important letter to Huttonville​​ families. 

View an important Updated Letter to Huttonville families regarding construction updates and preparing for back-to-school. 
Important information from Region of Peel for families of grade 7 students

Important information from Region of Peel for families of grade 7 students

​On August 17th, 2017, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care announced that HPV9 vaccine will replace the HPV4 vaccine for grade 7 students. The HPV4 vaccine provides protection against four strains of HPV while the HPV9 vaccine will provide protection against these four strains and an additional five strains of HPV.

HPV4 vaccine will no longer be offered and the Region of Peel requires your consent to immunize your child for HPV9. Please note, this information only applies to grade 7 students. Please complete the following consent form from Region of Peel,Region of Peel HPV-9 Letter, and provide it to school.

Completed consents will be given to Peel Public Health Nurses who will give the vaccines at clinics held in our school this school year.

View the Fact Sheet HPV-9 for more details on the HPV disease and HPV9 vaccine.

For more information, visit or talk to a Peel Public Health Nurse at 905-799-7700. Caledon residents can call toll free at (905) 584-2216.

​Note: If you have already spoken to a Peel Public Health Nurse and provided verbal consent for HPV9, please disregard this notice.  

Visit Huttonville's website

Visit Huttonville's website

Want to keep up to date with what's happening at Huttonville?

Check out our school website where you'll find:

Visit to find your child's school website, which features:

  • the latest school news
  • contact information for school administration, superintendent and trustee
  • the school calendar
  • enrolment data
  • school hours
  • registration information
  • online library catalogue
Protect your kids—and your finances

Protect your kids—and your finances

The Peel District School Board does not  provide accident insurance coverage for student injuries that occur on school property or during school activities including extracurricular sports. Each year, many of our families spend thousands of dollars when their children are injured at school, on field trips, while participating in non-school activities, or at home.  If a student is injured, parent(s)/guardian(s) are responsible for any costs not covered by provincial health care or their employer's health plan.  Please check with your provider regarding your coverage.


Understanding your child's Ontario Student Record

Understanding your child's Ontario Student Record

​The Ontario Student Record (OSR) is an ongoing, confidential record of a student's education progress. Authorized by the Education Act and protected by the Freedom of Information Act and Protection of Privacy Act, an OSR is established for each student enrolled in an Ontario elementary or secondary school. The record is housed at the student's current school and moves with the student as they transition from one school to the next. If a student leaves Peel to attend another school in Ontario, the OSR is forwarded to the new school upon request.  If the OSR is not requested or the student leaves Ontario, the OSR is housed in the last Peel school that the student attended.

Getting your questions answered

Getting your questions answered

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions about your child's education, or about education in general, anyone with the Peel board is happy to help. Here are some of the people who can help you:

  • If you have specific questions or concerns about the education of your son or daughter, the first person to talk to is your child's teacher. If possible, arrange a personal interview with the teacher to discuss your concerns and attempt to resolve the matter. Your child's teacher or principal can also give you more information about specific strategies being used to monitor your child's progress.
What you need to know about busing

What you need to know about busing

Peel District School students may access transportation services if their primary address is within the school's attendance boundary, at a distance of more than:

  • kindergarten and grade 1 students – 1 km
  • grades 2 to 4 students – 1.6 km
  • grades 5 to 8 students – 2 km
  • grades 9 to 12 students – 3.8 km

Eligibility distances are calculated using appropriate roadways and pedestrian walkways and are measured from home property line to school property line using Board approved software to ensure a consistent and equitable assessment of distance for all students and all schools within the Board. It is also important to note that parents are responsible for safely getting their children to and from school.

How do I know if my child is eligible for transportation?

How do I know if my child is eligible for transportation?

Student Transportation of Peel Region (STOPR) has a website,, where you can find information concerning transportation including bus safety, procedures, late buses, cancellations, and frequently asked questions and as well whether your child is eligible for transportation based on your home address. Click on "Am I Eligible for Transportation" and enter your information.


Schools use many strategies to keep children safe

Schools use many strategies to keep children safe

Peel schools provide a safe environment for staff and students to work and learn. The board has many procedures to ensure safety. To keep students safe, schools use many strategies including:

  • requiring all parents and visitors to check in at the main office and obtain visitor passes
  • the use of a "buddy system" – students can only leave the classroom if accompanied by another student (for example, going to the washroom)
  • assigning teachers to supervise inside and outside the school during recesses, before and after school
  • locking all exteriors doors, including the main entrance, during school hours [elementary schools only]
  • encouraging staff to regularly review streetproofing skills with students
Keeping lunches, snack peanut-free

Keeping lunches, snack peanut-free

Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that affects some children. We ask that you help us take care of these students by sending lunches and snacks for your child that are free from peanuts or nuts, because these foods are the leading cause of anaphylaxis.

Please read the label of any food you plan to send to school with your child. If the label says, "May contain nuts or peanuts," please do not send it to school.

You can get a complete copy of the Peel board's anaphylaxis guideline at under the Parent tab, under Student Health.

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