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Mississauga, Lorne Park high performers among victorious Ontario golf team

They recognized the opportunity, and as 15-year-old rookies in their first Can-Am Junior match, Peter Blazevic and Thomas Latter were eager and ready. Both shook off the jitters, stayed focused, and came away with the smile of victory.

Blazevic, grade 10 student in the Peel Region High Performers Program at Mississauga Secondary School, and Latter, grade 9 student at Lorne Park Secondary School, were making their debut as members of the top junior golfers from Ontario in a prestigious two-day tournament in South Carolina.

For the full story on Peter's and Thomas' success, visit www.sharethesmile.ca.
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Let’s Talk: Provide input on the Peel District School Board’s 2019-20 budget priorities

To guide the Peel board in the development of its 2019-20 school year budget, trustees are seeking input from staff, parent, student and community members. We'd like to hear from you about what you see as budget priorities for the upcoming school year.  ​

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Peel board celebrates public education during Education Week – April 8 to 12

​The Peel District School Board will host hundreds of celebrations, activities and events across its 257 schools and worksites to celebrate Education Week from April 8 to 12. On April 15, the Peel board will host Showcase of Excellence, an evening to honour recipients for their outstanding contributions to public education. The theme for this year's Education Week is We Inspire.

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OSSLT Student Preparation Resources

​Getting Ready Guide for Students:


Planning and Preparation Guide for Students:


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Sleep Tips for Parents, Children & Teens

​Many parents face difficulties getting their children back into regular sleep routines, especially after holiday breaks.  Studies have shown that a lack of quality sleep in children can increase the likelihood of anxiety, depression, poor grades and school performance, and even physical pain. Research has proven that kids need a lot of sleep in order to function adequately during the day, and sleep deprived children often overcompensate for lack of sleep by becoming fidgety or even disruptive in school.​

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