April 23 - Gr. 10 & 11 Collaborative Day
- Jr. & Sr. Boys Soccer vs. John Fraser SS - 3:30pm
April 24 - Gr. 7 & 8 ESL Orientation
- Mid-Term Report Cards are distributed
- Jr. Girls Soccer @ Father Goetz CSS - 2:30 pm
- Coffeehouse - 3 to 4 pm in the Drama Room
- Art Show at Heritage Mississauga - 4 to 8 pm
April 25 - SAC Elections
- April Adventures - Periods 3 & 4
April 26 - Girls Rugby @ Erindale 2:30 pm
April 26 - April 29 - Band trip to Halifax
April 27 - Character Reception
Free presentation for parents on Tuesday, May 1st
The PDSB Psychology Department has arranged an opportunity for parents of PDSB students to attend a free evening presentation by Dr. Larry Rosen on The Impact of Media on Children: How to Parent the Next Generation and Keep Your Children Safe on May 1, 2018.
For more information, please visit
U.K. University reps are coming to Erindale SS - May 2nd
The following U.K. University reps are coming to Erindale S. S. during the lunch hour (10:53 a.m. -11:53 a.m.) on Thursday, May 3rd and will set up an information table in the Cafeteria Hallway.
University of De Montfort
University of Sunderland
If you are still undecided about post-secondary options and have not found a school for September, keep in mind that the U.K. universities will take applications until August 2018. Mark your calendar for May 2nd and bring your questions for the UK reps.
Open Mic - Free2Speak - May 10, 3-5 pm
On Thursday May 10, 3 – 5 pm, Free2Be will be hosting an Open Mic event called Free2Speak. Open Mic will be a warm, relaxed and informal atmosphere in the library, with displays of books and art, music, games, treats, and sharing.
We are inviting students and staff to attend as part of the audience and/or to participate to make this event another Erindale success story and demonstrate our character. Participants are invited to:
Play an instrument
Tell a joke
Erinwood Ford Character Counts Awards
Erinwood Ford gives three awards to Erindale Graduating Students who demonstrated outstanding character during their time at Erindale. At Erindale, we talk about the three pillars of character: Leadership and Mentorship, Academics, and Community Involvement. The students that win these awards will have demonstrated that they have put the character attributes into action under the three pillars. The application is due before May 18, 2018.
Erinwood Ford Award Rules 2018.pdf
Erinwood Ford Character Counts Awards Application 2018.docx
Parental Consent Character Counts Award 2018.pdf
Erindale SS Prom on Friday, June 22nd
Erindale SS will be hosting Prom on Friday, June 22nd. In order to attend, all students and their parent/guardian must read and sign this Permission Form Prom Permission Form.pdf in order to receive your ticket.
Summer School 2018 Secondary School full credit and 55-hour session classes will be offered at 12 high schools throughout the Board this summer. Peel eLearning-Summer classes, two-credit Co-operative Education, ESL and Summer Study/Travel programs are also available.
Please visit www.peelschools.org/summerschool for more details.
College and University Spring Open Houses
College and University Open Houses give you the opportunity to explore the campus, tour the residences, speak to faculty/staff about programs of interest, and find out about campus services including financial aid (scholarships and bursaries)! If you miss the Open House, you can always book a Campus Tour. Information sessions are sometimes held throughout the semester. Some campuses will be open for tours on March Break. Check with the college or university. *If attending an Open House, be sure to check for registration deadlines.
SPRING OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE 2018.pdf
Many of you have concerns about how to make post-secondary education more affordable. Scholarships are a great way to help cover the costs of education, but they are difficult to find. There is a new website called ScholarTree.ca that helps students find all of the scholarships they qualify for in minutes. If you have questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Student Jobs with the Ontario Public Service Every year, the Ontario Public Service, related agencies and community groups, provide up to 5,000 students with jobs across the province. These jobs help Ontario students with limited work experience develop transferable skills, support their career goals and learn more about the Ontario Public Service! Summer Employment Opportunities are full-time, temporary positions ranging from 7 – 18 weeks between May and September.
Please visit https://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Pages/SEP.aspx for more information.
Counting on You (COY) - French
The expectations of the Provincial curriculum are demanding and can be overwhelming for students. For this reason, some students can benefit from a small, alternative learning environment lead by our teaching staff in a setting that can provide them with an extra boost in obtaining essential literacy and/or numeracy skills.
The Counting on You (COY) - French program runs Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30pm - 4:00 pm. For more information on how to sign up for this program, click here Counting on You - French.pdf