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Peel board names Peter Joshua as new director of education

Peel board names Peter Joshua as new director of education

Joshua "committed to fostering a climate of academic optimism and mutual respect, built on honesty, transparency and trust," says board chair​.

The Peel District School Board has selected Peter Joshua as its new director of education. Joshua, currently Executive Superintendent of Leadership and Learning with the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, will assume the new role on July 17, 2017. He succeeds retiring director Tony Pontes.
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.

Parent resources help you support your child's learning

Parent resources help you support your child's learning

At the Peel District School Board, our mission is to inspire success, confidence and hope in each child. There is no doubt that families play a vital role in helping us achieve this goal. As our partner in education, we hope you'll stay connected to your child's learning throughout his or her entire school experience. 

Visit www.peelschools.org/easy-to-navigate buttons that connect families to tip sheets and web pages on a number of different topics, including math, homework, special education, EQAO and mental health.

Using social media safely

Using social media safely

With the growing number of social media sites, it is no surprise that social media is the most common form of communication for children and teenagers. Posts, status updates, comments, instant messages, video uploads, tweets and texts have become a regular part of their lives. While there are many positive benefits to using social media, including staying connected with friends and expressing your interests, students must be cautious in their use of these networks.

Among the most popular social media platforms used are Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube and Whatsapp Messenger. Many of these platforms are free and are available on smartphones and other electronic devices. These platforms are easy to navigate and often allow information to be shared instantly, not only with friends, but with strangers. On social media, it is important to remember that the world is watching.

 

 

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. 

 

Offence Declaration required for returning volunteers

Offence Declaration required for returning volunteers

Parents play an important role in the development and education of their children and in the success of the school community. At Castlebridge, we welcome and encourage the participation of parents and community members, and are grateful for the countless hours our volunteers contribute throughout the school year.

To volunteer at our school, you must complete a short interview and a criminal record check. A criminal record check is required for all school volunteers in Ontario. Even if you want to accompany your child on a field trip, you need this record check.

Once you have completed the process, you are on file with the Peel District School Board as being a school volunteer.  All returning volunteers will receive an Offence Declaration form that must be filled out and returned to the board office each year. Completing the Offence Declaration will ensure that you can continue volunteering in the next school year.  Expect to receive the form in February. 

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:

  • active living
  • movement competence
  • living skills
  • healthy living

 

Engage Math

Engage Math

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Everyone is a math teacher, parents included

Parents and other adults in our students' lives are important partners in children's mathematics education. By engaging your children in thinking and talking about mathematics, you help support their numeracy success.

To help you with this, one great resource is the Ministry of Education's Doing Mathematics With Your Child. You can find this guide for parents of children in kindergarten to grade 6 online at www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/literacynumeracy/parentGuideNumEn.pdf.

For more math tips and tools for parents of kindergarten to grade 12 students, visit the Peel District School Board's Math Help site at www.peelschools.org/parents/helpyourchild/math.

HPE Curriculum supports social well-being

HPE Curriculum supports social well-being

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:

  • active living
  • movement competence
  • living skills
  • healthy living

Peel staff will again teach the human development and sexual health component to students, beginning spring 2017. This provides time for teachers to develop strong relationships with their students prior to this phase.

Advance notice letters will be sent home with students two weeks prior to the human development/sexual health lessons. Families can submit religious accommodation requests at any time prior to the lesson by contacting the school directly.

To get more information on how the HPE curriculum will be taught, please visit our website at www.peelschools.org/HPE.

Nutritious lunches help children learn

Nutritious lunches help children learn

Use Canada's Food Guide to help your child get nutrients and energy needed to have a successful school day.

  • Try to give your child some choice about what to take for lunch. If possible, get your child involved in preparing meals.
  • Give your child a variety of healthy choices. Keeping your child interested in lunch is the first step to making sure it is eaten.
  • Make the food easy to eat. If it will take your child a few minutes to unwrap a sandwich, it may be skipped.
  • Resist the temptation to routinely send sweets, pop, chips and cookies in your child's lunch. Save treats for special occasions.
  • Try to avoid fast food or pre-packaged, convenience lunches, which are often high in salt and fat.
  • Do your best to role model healthy eating behaviours for your family. 
     
    To speak to a registered dietitian about healthy food choices, call EatRight Ontario at 1-877-510-5102.
     
    For more information about the policy, visit http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/healthyschools. If you have questions about how we are implementing the School Food and Beverage Policy, please call the school.
 
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