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Let’s Talk: Provide input on the Peel District School Board’s 2016-17 budget priorities

Let’s Talk: Provide input on the Peel District School Board’s 2016-17 budget priorities

​The Peel District School Board has a long history of fiscal responsibility, focused on a mission to inspire success, confidence and hope in each student. Through our goal to use resources effectively to enhance student achievement, the board has been able to do so in an efficient and sustainable manner, while supporting the needs of all learners.

Click "Full Story" for more information and a link to the survey.

Tentative school year calendars for 2016-17

Tentative school year calendars for 2016-17

The Peel District School Board has approved the school year calendars for all schools, including Roberta Bondar Public School, Ray Lawson Public School and Roy McMurtry School for 2016-17. The calendars will now be submitted to the Ministry of Education for approval. The dates are not official until approved by the ministry. Visit www.peelschools.org/calendar/schoolyear to view the tentative school year calendars for 2016-17.

Keeping children safe in and around storm sewers, waterways

Keeping children safe in and around storm sewers, waterways

Rising and fast moving water in lakes, ponds and creeks is increasingly likely during spring. Children playing in and around storm sewers and watercourses, entering storm sewers through the outfalls, and entering storm sewers through access covers is dangerous. The following information will help keep children safe:

  • water flows in storm sewers and watercourses are unpredictable and may change quickly
  • toxic gases may be present in and around storm sewers and watercourses
  • access is restricted, making rescue attempts are difficult
  • tragic falls could take place

     Please review this information with your children and let them know how dangerous storms sewers and waterways are.
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. 

In October 2014, the Peel board sought input from families to help guide the development of resources that help parents and caregivers support their children's learning. The result is a new Help Your Child online resource centre on the Peel board's website with the topics families said were important to them.

 

​​​Summer School 2016

​​​Summer School 2016

Secondary School full and make-up credit classes will be offered at 12 high schools throughout the Board this summer.  Peel eLearning-Summer classes and two-credit Co-operative Education programs are also available.  Please visit www.peelschools.org/summerschool for more details.

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. 

 

Summer School 2016

Summer School 2016

Secondary School full and make-up credit classes will be offered at 12 high schools throughout the Board this summer. Peel eLearning-Summer classes and two-credit Co-operative Education programs are also available. Please visit www.peelschools.org/summerschool for more details.

Insπre. Gr23ness. 2gether.

Insπre. Gr23ness. 2gether.

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 ABC 123 at www.edu.gov.on.ca/abc123/eng/tips/ and the Peel District School Board's Math Help site at www.peelschools.org/parents/helpyourchild/math.

Facts matter:

Facts matter:

Understanding the revised Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum

There's been a lot of information and misinformation circulating about the revised HPE curriculum. At the Peel District School Board, we want our families to make an informed choice based on facts. That's why we created a neutral, fact-based parent guide that outlines:

  • the curriculum is not new and has been taught since 1998
  • our professional staff teach in a sensitive, age-appropriate manner
  • parents will get advance notice of lessons
  • teaching of human development and sexual health delayed to spring 2016
  • there will be only two to five lessons per year
  • the material that will be covered in each grade
  • parents play a vital role in supporting the curriculum

To read the full parent guide and learn more, visit www.peelschools.org/HPE

The guide is available in English and the top languages spoken by Peel families.

What you need to know about head lice

What you need to know about head lice

What is head lice?

Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp where they lay their eggs. They have three stages: the egg (nit), the nymph and the adult. Head lice do not spread diseases and cannot be spread between animals or pets and humans, only through direct contact between people.

Head lice spread easily, especially where people are in close contact. They are very common among school-aged children or children attending child care, where they spread through direct hair-to-hair contact or directly by sharing things like hats, combs, hairbrushes or headphones.

 
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