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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 pdsb.schoolconnects.com​, or by downloading the mobile app (through your phone's app ​store) 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 pdsb.schoolconnects.com 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.​

Learn about Peel Region High Performers Program at upcoming info nights, program designed for high-performing student athletes/artists

Learn about Peel Region High Performers Program at upcoming info nights, program designed for high-performing student athletes/artists

Train More. Rehearse More. Learn More.

New Peel District School Board program offers flexible school options for student athletes, artists

Does your child/teen have an intense sports or arts training and competition schedule that makes it difficult to attend school regularly? The Peel District School Board's new Peel Region High Performers Program will offer flexible timetabling to accommodate student athletes and artists with demanding practice, competition, rehearsal and/or performance schedules.

Peel Region High Performers Program will open in September 2017. Information nights will be offered as follows:  

GradesInformation NightLocation
4 to 5Nov. 2, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.

Britannia Public School

1145 Swinbourne Dr. in Mississauga

6 to 8Nov. 9, 2016 at 6 p.m.

Dolphin Sr. Public School

18 Brookside Dr. in Mississauga

9 to 12Oct. 13, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.

Mississauga Secondary School

550 Courtney Park Dr. W. in Mississauga

 

For more information, visit www.peelschools.org/HighPerformers.

Prevent the flu. It's in your hands.

Prevent the flu. It's in your hands.

Hand washing is the most important way to prevent the spread of infection. Always wash your hands with soap and water when they are dirty.

Clean your hands before:

  • touching your eyes, nose or mouth
  • touching/preparing food or drinks
  • eating or drinking
  • caring for someone in your home who can easily get sick (baby, elderly or someone who has an unhealthy immune system)
  • first aid
How to prevent litter at school

How to prevent litter at school

Did you know that litter is a safety hazard, discourages development, lowers property values and costs money? According to the Region of Peel, litter can attract animals and insects, harm pets and serve as a breeding ground for disease.

 

Tips for being a smart trick-or-treater

Tips for being a smart trick-or-treater

Halloween is a fun and exciting time, but safety should be the number one concern. Here are some safety tips for children:

  1. Wear a properly fitted costume that is bright and non-flammable. Use reflective tape on your costume so you can be seen in the dark.
  2. Use face makeup or enlarge the eyes on your mask so you can see well. When wearing a mask, push it up on your head while walking.
  3. Teach children to visit the front door of well-lit homes and never go inside.
  4. Help your child plan a route and a time to be home.
  5. Remind children to always walk on the sidewalk, and obey traffic and pedestrian signals.
  6. Have an adult check treats at home before allowing children to eat them.
  7. Younger children should go trick-or-treating with an adult. Older children are reminded to trick-or-treat in groups.
  8. Teach children their home phone number and how to call 9-1-1 if they have an emergency or become lost.
Peel board launches new Plan for Student Success 2016-21

Peel board launches new Plan for Student Success 2016-21

​In August 2016, the Peel District School Board launched its new Plan for Student Success, a set of four goals that will guide decision-making during 2016-21 to help us achieve our mission to inspire success, confidence and hope in each student.

Each goal, listed in no particular order, is key to student success.

High Expectations for Achievement: Set high expectations for staff and students to ensure all students achieve personal excellence.

Parent, Community and Staff Engagement: Engage staff, parents and communities to support student success.

Equity and Inclusion: Achieve inclusion for all through our continuous progress on equity.

Safe, Positive Healthy Climate/Well-Being: Build safe, positive, healthy climates for learning and working to nurture student and staff well-being.

More information about the Plan for Student Success will soon be available at http://www.peelschools.org/aboutus/ourgoals/

October is International Walk to School Month

October is International Walk to School Month

​According to the 2015 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card, about 91 per cent of 5-to-17-year-olds are not meeting Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines to get at least 60 minutes of daily moderate-to vigorous-intensity physical activity. These declining activity levels are linked to obesity, illness and chronic diseases (i.e., cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer).

Raise Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention in October

Raise Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention in October

Did you know that October is Child Abuse Prevention Month? Peel's Children's Aid Society (CAS) works with schools, health care providers, police and the community to keep children safe. CAS has invited parents, caregivers and families to take part in GO PURPLE DAY to raise awareness of this important month.

Oct. 19 opportunity to say 'thanks' to bus drivers

Oct. 19 opportunity to say 'thanks' to bus drivers

Peel schools will pay tribute to bus drivers on Bus Driver Appreciation Day on Oct. 19, 2016. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the people who safely transport over 36,000 students to and from school each day.

If your child rides the bus to school, take this opportunity to thank the bus driver for his or her contribution and ask your child to do so too. The Peel board appreciates the important job bus drivers do each school day and Oct. 19 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

Celebrate World Teachers' Day

Celebrate World Teachers' Day

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Since 1994, parents and students from around the world have celebrated World Teachers' Day to commemorate the work of teachers and their contributions to society. On  Oct. 5, take the time to let your child's teacher know he or she is truly appreciated. Thank your child's teacher and let them know they are making a difference.


 

 

 
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