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Erinwood Ford Character Counts Graduation Award (for June 2016)

Hey grads, the application materials for the Erinwood Ford - Character Counts Graduation Award are located in the links below. The application deadline is May 16th (all application materials must be received no later than May 16th).

Students in grades 9, 10 and 11 should check out the application so you can plan ahead for your graduating year.

Click on the links below for the application and an overview of the rules.

Erinwood Ford Character Counts Awards Application 2016.Revised. April 2016.docx

Erinwood Ford Award Rules 2016.docx

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Simpson in the Guidance Department (ext. 412).

Thank you Erinwood Ford: Erinwood Ford

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Join the Race Against Racism event - Saturday June 4th

​A community event for the whole family featuring a 5 km road race, walk and stroller roll with diverse foods, refreshments and music.

Click on the link below for more information:

Race Against Racism.pdf

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Kirti Saxena qualifies for the Cadet Pan-Am and World Championships...

Erindale Secondary School's very own, Kirti Saxena, competed in the 2016 Cadet and Juvenile Canadian Wrestling Championships, which were held in Calgary, Alberta. She represented her wrestling club, Akhara of Champions (Mississauga) and came third in the country. Apart from this, she competed in the FILA Cadet trials and placed first, allowing her to represent Canada at the International level at both the Cadet Pan-American Wrestling Championship (Lima, Peru) between 1 to 3 July 2016, and the Cadet World Wrestling Championship (Tbilisi, Georgia) between 13 to 18 September 2016

Wrestling Canada.JPG 

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Advice for Parents from Professor Jo Boaler

Click on the link below for practical steps parents can take to help instill an interest and excitement for mathematics in our children.

Advice for Parents from Professor Jo Boalerpdf.pdf




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Peel board says, “Facts matter,” provides factual guide to revised HPE curriculum

The Peel District School Board has produced Working together to keep our students safe and healthy: a parent's guide to the revised Health and Physical Education curriculum. The guide provides factual information about the revised curriculum, the actions the board has taken in response, and a grade-by-grade chart of what students will learn. The guide will be distributed to every parent with students in grades 1 to 12. 

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Parent Tool Kit - Teen Editions: Help Students Succeed and Have Healthy Relationships

The Council of Directors of Education has developed a Parent Tool Kit - Teen Edition - to help parents support and encourage teens.

  • The support that you currently provide your child continues to play a major role in your teen’s success in school and the years to come.
  • Studies confirm that your ongoing support at home strongly      influences student achievement, credits completed and school completion.
  • Parents, students and educators from Ontario’s English and French language school boards have helped create this Tool Kit.

Parent Tool Kit. What Parents Can Do to Help Their Teens Succeed.pdf

Parent Tool Kit. What Parents Can Do to Help Their Children Develop Healthy Relationships.pdf


Upcomming Events


5:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Moratorium begins (prep. for summatives and exams)


Athletic Banquet

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Cafetorium

Textbook Verification (check) Day


Grad Breakfast (Pd. 1)

8:20 AM - 10:00 AM, Cafetorium

Day 2, Pd. 1 In-Class Summatives

8:15 AM - 9:35 AM
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