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Technical issues with Desire2Learn - new temporary URL/login

Technical Issues – Desire2Learn

Ministry of Education

The Ministry of Education is having technical issues that are impacting our D2L login page (pdsb.elearningontario.ca).  They do not expect that this will be corrected until next week.

Staff and students who use D2L can continue to access their online course(s) through the following URL: https://pdsb.desire2learn.com/

If you know your login information and/or you have changed your password you can log in with that.

If you do not know your login information then…

Your username is your student number.

Your password is your birthdate in the form yyyymmdd where yyyy is the year you were born mm is the month you were born and dd is the day you were born.

If you were born February 3 1998 then your password would be 19980203.

An update will be posted here when normal service is restored.
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Parent Conference "Numeracy and Beyond" April 18 - Registration now open

​Our annual Parent Conference helps Peel board parents and caregivers discover new ideas to support children's learning and development. This year’s focus is Math. The deadline to register is March 27.​

View the flyer for more information.

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Annual Parent Conference

Conference helps parents make a difference in numeracy and beyond

The Peel District School Board is hosting its annual parent conference on Saturday, April 18, 2015, at Fletcher's Meadow Secondary School in Brampton. This year, the conference will focus on numeracy—25 out of 60 workshops help with math. Parents will still have the opportunity to attend workshops on other topics, including literacy, special education and science.

This free learning event is open to Peel parents of students at all grade levels.

Registration opens February 2, 2015

Stay up-to-date!

For more information, look out for the conference flyer at your child's school in February or visit www.peelschools.org/parents/conference.

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What you need to know about head lice

What is head lice?

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Traffic safety in our community

Safety is a top priority at our school. Here is a list of traffic tips to keep students, staff and parents safe while commuting to and from school. 


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