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Key Fa​cts on religious accommodation

Key Fa​cts on religious accommodation

​The Peel District School Board has launched a direct, clear set of Key Fa​cts on religious accommodation. The new fact sheet responds to misinformation a​nd errors that have been shared in the community and on social media.​​​​ The fact sheet​ can be found at www.peelschools.org/aboutus/equity. It will be translated into the top 10 languages spoken by Peel ​families and posted by next week.​

Access important student information through new online parent portal - ParentConnect

Access important student information through new online parent portal - ParentConnect

Our school offers ParentConnect, a safe and secure website, as a convenient method for parents/legal guardians to stay informed and have easy access to important student information. By registering for the parent-friendly website, you will have access to:

  • view school-based alerts and information
  • access real time absence reporting
  • view current and historic elementary report card information
  • get up-to-date busing information
  • review secondary school credit history and diploma status

Please call the school for more information. To register and begin using ParentConnect, visit http://parent.peelschools.org or click the ParentConnect button  on the right side of the page. 

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If you have any questions, please contact the school. 


Pay for school fees using School Cash Online

Pay for school fees using School Cash Online

​Our school offers School Cash Online, a safe and secure form of online payment, as its preferred method of payment for all school fees. With a parent-friendly portal and an easy way to keep track of your child's activity fees, you can use School Cash Online to pay for school items like field trips and pizza days directly from your computer or smartphone using eCheck, Visa or MasterCard.

Health and Physical Education Curriculum

Health and Physical Education Curriculum

Health and Physical Education Curriculum supports the physical, emotional and social well-being of students

Working together to keep our students safe and healthy

The Peel District School Board implemented the Ministry of Education's revised Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum in the 2015-16 school year. The curriculum is divided into four elements that work together to support the physical, emotional and social well-being of students:

April - Earth Month

April - Earth Month

Earth Month encompasses the international celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2017. 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
Keeping children safe in and around storm sewers, waterways

Keeping children safe in and around storm sewers, waterways

Rising and fast moving water in lakes, ponds and creeks is increasingly likely during spring. Children playing in and around storm sewers and watercourses, entering storm sewers through the outfalls, and entering storm sewers through access covers is dangerous. The following information will help keep children safe:

  • water flows in storm sewers and watercourses are unpredictable and may change quickly
  • toxic gases may be present in and around storm sewers and watercourses
  • access is restricted, making rescue attempts are difficult
  • tragic falls could take place

    Please review this information with your children and let them know how dangerous storms sewers and waterways are.
Help us to encourage and enhance parent involvement in Peel

Help us to encourage and enhance parent involvement in Peel

Apply for a position on the board's Parent Involvement Committee
The Peel board's Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) meets regularly throughout the school year to review the board's plans for parent involvement as they relate to parent, family and community engagement, and to make suggestions to schools, councils and the board regarding additional parent outreach.

Lisgar Middle School goes pink on April 10

Lisgar Middle School goes pink on April 10

Day of Pink, the international day to celebrate diversity and inclusion to work towards ending homophobia, transphobia and all forms of bullying and discrimination, falls on the second Wednesday of April each year. As this conflicts with a holy day, in order to give all of our students an opportunity to be part of this important inclusion activity, the Peel District School Board schools will recognize Day of Pink on April 10 this year.

"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 Tony Pontes, 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.

Student Leadership Opportunity

Student Leadership Opportunity

The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre is a not-for-profit organization that provides leadership opportunities and education for students from grade 6 through high school.

Intermediate Courses, for grade 7 and 8 students, focus on the emerging leadership skills of the middle school student.  Suitable candidates will engage in school leadership and social justice issues through athletics or the arts. 

A suitable candidate is one who achieved Pathways To Success (all Es and Gs) on his/her Learning Skills portion of the most recent Provincial Report Card.  Further, he/she should be involved in school or community-based activities.  Finally, a suitable candidate will need a teacher's signature for support on his/her application form.

Please feel free visit the Centre's website to learn more about these leadership opportunities: http://www.oelccaso.com and contact Ms. Goodwin (Lisgar Grade 6 POD teacher) with any questions you may have about the centre and its courses.

Provide input on the Peel District School Board’s 2017-18 budget priorities

Provide input on the Peel District School Board’s 2017-18 budget priorities

​The Peel District School Board has a long history of fiscal responsibility, focused on a mission to inspire success, confidence and hope in each student. Through the effective use of resources to enhance student achievement, the board is able support the needs of all learners in an efficient and sustainable manner.​

​To guide the Peel board in the development of its 2017-18 school year budget, trustees are seeking input from staff, parents, students and community members. We'd like to hear from you about what you see as budget priorities for the upcoming school year.​​

 

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