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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.

How to register at a Peel school

How to register at a Peel school

Here's what you need to know about registering your child for school

Who can attend?

The Peel board serves children age 4 and older.

Our schools

Peel has more than 240 elementary and secondary schools. You can find the name and location of your local school by calling our Planning and Accommodation department at 905-890-1010 or 1-800-668-1146, extension 2212.

Keep students safe in school parking lots

Keep students safe in school parking lots

​Many elementary schools offer a Kiss N' Ride program, where parents/guardians can drop off and pick up their children at a designated area on school property. The program was established to provide a convenient and safe option for our students and parents driving to school. To ensure the safety of staff and students, we ask all parents/guardians be mindful of the following guidelines:

Procedures help keep students safe at school

Procedures help keep students safe at school

​Peel schools provide a safe environment for students and staff to learn and work. The board has many procedures to ensure safety ¾ including regular fire drills, evacuation plans, criminal record checks for new staff and volunteers and lockdown drills. Together with Peel Police and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board, the board developed a lockdown procedure to help keep schools safe during a potentially serious or violent incident.

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Subscribe to receive news from the Peel board

Take advantage of our electronic subscription service to automatically receive a list of activities by email on a monthly basis. Subscriptions are sent the last week of the month, plus bonuses throughout the year. Subscribing is easy ¾ just visit our website at www.peelschools.org and click on the subscription link under "Quick Links."

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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 9:00-3:30.
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:

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.

Dell Canada offers special rates for Peel board families and staff

Dell Canada offers special rates for Peel board families and staff

Does your family need a new computer? The Peel District School Board and Dell Canada are working together to help make the purchase of new technology more accessible for Peel students, parents and staff. To learn more, visit www.dell.ca/peel. The Peel board’s relationship with Dell Canada is part of the ongoing effort to create greater equity of access to technology.
 
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