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Inspire Possibility!

Inspire Possibility!

​The Peel board has declared Oct. 21 United Way Giving Day in support of the United Way Peel Region.​

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.

Special technology offers for Peel board students, parents and staff

Special technology offers for Peel board students, parents and staff

​Does your child need a computer or tablet for school? Equity of access to technology is a key priority for the Peel board. That's why we've worked with a number of technology companies to offer discounted devices to Peel families and staff.

Time for school - A parent's guide to regular school attendance

Time for school - A parent's guide to regular school attendance

​Elementary school is a wonderful time in the life of a child, a time of great strides in learning and in social and emotional development. Many things affect your child's success, from the quality of his or her teachers, to the makeup of the class. One of the most important factors is your child's regular and timely attendance

Safety reminders ensure safe travel to and from school

Safety reminders ensure safe travel to and from school

School bus safety week is October 20 to 24

According to the Canada Safety Council, it is 16 times safer per kilometre to travel on a school bus than in a family vehicle. However, while bus transportation is safe, accidents do occur and many of these incidents involve individuals outside the bus. To ensure children stay safe in and around school buses, it is important to reinforce the following safety reminders:

October is International Walk to School Month!

October is International Walk to School Month!

​According to the 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card, 93 per cent of children and youth are not meeting Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. These declining activity levels are linked to obesity, illness and chronic diseases (i.e., cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer).

How to prevent litter at school

How to prevent litter at school

Did you know that litter is a safety hazard, discourages development, lowers property values and costs money? According to the Region of Peel, litter can attract animals and insects, harm pets and serve as a breeding ground for disease.

Prevent the flu. It's in your hands.

Prevent the flu. It's in your hands.

​Hand washing is the most important way to prevent the spread of infection. Always wash your hands with soap and water when they are dirty.

Peel board trustees accountable to the community

Peel board trustees accountable to the community

​The Peel board, like every public school board in Ontario, is governed by a board of trustees. Trustees

are elected by public school taxpayers every three years during municipal elections. The next municipal election will be held in October 2014. Newly elected trustees and their contact information will be distributed following the election.

The Peel board currently has 12 trustees representing three municipalities:

Protect your kids—and your finances

Protect your kids—and your finances

Each year, many of our families spend thousands of dollars when their children are injured at school, on field trips or at home. For pennies a day, this can all be avoided.

The Peel District School Board does not provide accident insurance coverage for student injuries that occur on school property or during school activities—this includes extracurricular sports. If a student is injured, parents are responsible for any costs not covered by provincial health care or their employer's health care plan. Please check with your provider regarding your coverage.

 
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