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Update: New recommendations from Peel Public Health regarding Novel Coronavirus

​While the risk to Peel residents remains low, Peel Public Health has shared updated recommendations to families regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) for individuals who have travelled from China in the last 14 days.​ View a letter that ​Peel Public Health has asked us to share with Peel District School Board families. If you have any questions or concerns, please connect with Peel Public Health or your family physician directly.​
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Jayden Nelson: I am no celebrity, just a kid who got a huge break

He was your typical youngster, searching and exploring for a specific hobby, something to keep him active, ambitious and perceptive. Jayden Nelson had tried various sports at Copeland Public School and later at Sir William Gage Middle School. One thing, Nelson recalled, remained consistent: he was always kicking a ball – a soccer ball.

​"We were playing, just having fun, and he told me that he saw potential in me (as a soccer player), and to work hard and never give up doing the things that made me happy,” said Nelson, now in his graduating year at Mayfield Secondary School.

Read the full Share the Smile story at​​

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Invitation to We Rise Together Parent Engagement Workshop - March 7

​Parents/guardians of Black Peel students are invited to attend the third of four We Rise Together parent engagement workshops on Saturday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Central Peel Secondary School. Register to attend at​.

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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:

Upcomming Events

NTS District Festival


Progress Report Card Distribution

2:30 PM - 2:40 PM

Battle of the Bands


Spring Break

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