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Parent/guardian consent to receive electronic communication

​Canada's new anti-spam law came into effect on July 1, 2014. This law requires the Peel District School Board and its schools to have consent from parents/guardians before we send them any electronic communication (e.g. synrevoice texts, email) that contains commercial information. While the majority of  electronic communication to families is about school and/or Peel board initiatives and activities, we may also include commercial information, such as details about fundraisers, field trips, the sale of yearbooks, student pictures, book sales, event tickets, special offers for Peel students and families, or similar events and offers.

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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.
BULLYING PREVENTION TIP SHEET FOR STUDENTS:

BULLYING PREVENTION TIP SHEET FOR STUDENTS:

When you see bullying happening in your community, don’t stand by – Choose Action! Let’s Work Together to End Bullying Now! Here are some ways you can react to bullying when you’re faced with it. • Tell kids who bully to stop! • Stand up for kids who are bullied – they can’t always do it themselves. • Help kids who bully, don’t hurt them – speaking out helps, but bullying back hurts.
Bullying Awareness and Prevention Tip Sheet for Parents:

Bullying Awareness and Prevention Tip Sheet for Parents:

“It’s never too early to talk to your child about bullying” www.prevnet.ca WHAT IS BULLYING? • Bullying is a relationship problem in which a person or group repeatedly uses power to cause distress to another. It requires relationship solutions. • Bullying can be verbal, physical or electronic. Sometimes it focuses on racial, ethnic or religious differences, sexual issues or disabilities.
IDLE-FREE Zone

IDLE-FREE Zone

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 Peel District School Board’s We Welcome the World Centres

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 centre 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.
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
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
11 tips for helping children cope with fears, anxieties

11 tips for helping children cope with fears, anxieties

Parents can help children learn techniques to manage anxiety. Here are some tips to try: Reduce stress: Excessive stress and tension in your home can have a negative effect on your child. Look for ways to reduce stress by doing calm activities together and deal with conflict as it arises, avoiding raised voices or arguing around children. Make a routine: A regular routine for meals, homework, quiet time and bedtime can be comforting to an anxious child. Give consequences: Anxiety does not excuse inappropriate behaviour. It is important to set limits and expectations and follow-through with realistic consequences, rewards and praise.
 
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