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All Peel board schools closed Feb. 21 due to one-day strike

​The four largest education unions in Ontario, including the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO) and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF), announced a one-day strike in schools across the province on Feb. 21, 2020.

As a result, all Peel board elementary and secondary schools will be closed to kindergarten to grade 12 students on Friday, Feb. 21. 

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Important information for families regarding novel coronavirus

​As you may already be aware, Canada's first case of novel coronavirus has been confirmed in Toronto, and naturally, this has caused concern for families. Your child's health and safety is always our top priority. Peel Public Health and the Ministry of Health have assured us that, at this time, the risk remains low in Ontario, and that there is no need to take additional measures at the school level. Click on Full Story to view an important letter to families. 

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Become a student trustee and represent the voice of students

​It's time to elect student trustees for the 2020-21 school year. Student trustees serve an important role and represent the voice of students in decisions about education in Peel, and they help keep students informed about important decisions that affect them.

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Important notice for families regarding Individual Education Plans (IEPs), Report Cards and Kindergarten Communication of Learning

​​As you know, secondary and elementary teachers in Ontario are currently taking part in a legal job action. This means that they are able to withdraw services, up to and including a full withdrawal—strike. Current job action being taken by Elemen​​​tary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) and Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) will have an impact on Kindergarten Communication of Learning, Report Cards and Individual Education Plans (IEPs) in school boards across the province. 

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Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu

​It's flu season and we want to make sure students stay as healthy as possible this year! Influenza (flu) spreads easily from one person to another and Peel Public Health has some tips to help reduce the risk of catching the flu and spreading it:

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