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Report student absences through new SafeArrival system

Report student absences through new SafeArrival system

Beginning Sept. 6, 2016, all parents/guardians need to report their children's full-day absences, late arrivals and/or early departures from school via our new automated SafeArrival phone number at 1-855-209-6155, online at, or by downloading the mobile app for Apple and Android devices.  For absences longer than 5 consecutive school days, please contact the school office.

Parents are encouraged to provide an email address to schools. Parents who have an email address on file at school will receive an email invitation from Synrevoice Technologies during the week of August 29. The invitation will include login information. Starting the week of August 29, parents who do not have an email address on file at the school can visit and choose CREATE LOGIN to create your account and receive login credentials that can be used online or with the mobile app. Parents need to have a cell phone that is capable of receiving text messages to complete the setup process.  The cell phone number must be on file with the school. All three options are available 24 hours a day.

There is no longer an absence reporting phone line at school. If you have any questions or require any assistance, contact the school directly.

​Peel board recognizes Crossing Guard Appreciation Day on June 14

​Peel board recognizes Crossing Guard Appreciation Day on June 14

The Peel board will recognize the contribution of school crossing guards on Crossing Guard Appreciation Day, June 14. The board encourages students, parents and staff to take a moment to thank the neighbourhood crossing guards who help to ensure a safe journey to and from school for thousands of students every day. 

2016 Peel Pride Family Picnic

2016 Peel Pride Family Picnic

The Peel District School Board's Make Peel Proud Spectrum Committee is proud to be participating at The Peel Pride Family Picnic. Come and show your Peel Pride as we help celebrate our region's LGBTQ communities at Peel Pride's 2016 Family Picnic. Bring your family and friends to take part in an all ages day full of fun and games. Don't forget to bring your blanket or chairs, food, drink and sun-wear. Hope to see you there! 

When: Saturday, July 16, 2016 (rain or shine)

Where: Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park, Queen Street East and Central Park Drive in Brampton

Time: Noon to 4 p.m.

Register today for Adult ESL or LINC classes

Register today for Adult ESL or LINC classes

Do you know an adult that is interested in improving their English language skills for work, study or daily life?  

Through the Continuing & Adult Education department, the Peel District School Board offers a wide variety of English language classes that help parents experience success in Canadian English in both listening/speaking and reading/writing.   Courses are designed for a range of basic, intermediate and advanced English (Levels 1 to 7) as well as the more experienced learner needing to prepare for an IELTS exam. 

Classes are ongoing - Register anytime. 

All learners that complete a session will earn a certificate of learning from the Peel District School Board. 


3 steps to quality summer child care for your child

3 steps to quality summer child care for your child

If you have a school-age child, finding summer child care can be a real challenge. But you can follow these three simple steps to help you choose a program that's best for your family. It will mean a summer full of fun and learning for your child—and peace of mind for you.

Step 1

Call Child Care Info Peel

905-890-9432 or 1-888-836-5550

On the road again—how to keep your cyclist safe

On the road again—how to keep your cyclist safe

Here are some tips you can review with your child to ensure bike season gets off to a great start:

The right fit

  • children should be able to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground
  • a bike that is too big or too small can be a safety hazard
  • the helmet should fit—if it's too loose, it could fall off, if it's too tight, it's uncomfortable

Get noticed

  • a young child's bike should be equipped with a bell and reflector
  • older riders should have a light and/or reflectors

Follow the rules

  • no riding on busy streets
  • no riding at night
  • stop for all STOP signs

Actions that cause injuries

  • driveway ride out—not stopping and looking both ways before entering the street
  • running the stop sign
  • turning without warning
  • cycling in the dark
  • following the leader—one child goes through a stop sign or misses a parked car but the second cyclist doesn't
Preparing for the summer sun

Preparing for the summer sun

Excessive exposure to the sun can lead to health concerns such as sunburn and skin cancer. As summer approaches and the weather gets warmer, it is necessary to apply sunscreen to protect ourselves from too much sun damage and burns.

In summer, we are exposed to higher levels of ultraviolet (UV) rays. This exposure is a risk factor for developing skin cancer and cataracts later in life. The UV index is the measure commonly used in Canada to assess the strength of the sun's UV rays risk on a given day.


Summer activities that boost learning

Summer activities that boost learning

Kindergarten to grade 4

Sorting and stacking – Teach classification skills with dinnerware. Ask your child to match and stack dishes of similar sizes and shapes. Also have your child sort flatware – forks with forks, spoons with spoons. This is like recognizing the shapes of letters and numbers.

Comic strip writing – Use comic strips to help with writing. Cut the segments of a comic strip apart and ask your child to arrange them in order. Then ask your child to fill in the words of the characters (orally or in writing).

Float and sink – Encourage hypothesizing (guessing). Use several objects – soap, a dry sock, a bottle of shampoo, a wet sponge, an empty bottle. Ask your child which objects will float when dropped into water in a sink or bathtub. Then drop the objects in the water, one by one, to see what happens.



The Peel District School Board's We Welcome the World Centres located in Brampton, Malton and Mississauga, are the first point of contact for all newcomer families to become familiar with the educational system in Peel. The centres are open all year—including the summer months.

In addition to providing literacy and numeracy assessments, We Welcome the World Centres provide newcomers with a host of services including: reception, orientation, interpretation and referrals.




Our school is working to protect the health of our students and the health of our environment. We ask you to show your support by turning off your engine while dropping off or waiting to pick up your child at school.

The emissions that come from our tailpipes harm all of us, especially children who breathe more and at a faster rate than adults. By turning off your car, our students, teachers and parents won't breathe in unhealthy fumes as they enter school.


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