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Parent/guardian consent to receive electronic communication

​Canada's new anti-spam law came into effect on July 1, 2014. This law requires the Peel District School Board and its schools to have consent from parents/guardians before we send them any electronic communication (e.g. synrevoice texts, email) that contains commercial information. While the majority of  electronic communication to families is about school and/or Peel board initiatives and activities, we may also include commercial information, such as details about fundraisers, field trips, the sale of yearbooks, student pictures, book sales, event tickets, special offers for Peel students and families, or similar events and offers.

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Peel board reduces transportation distance eligibility for students in grades 9 to 12

​Based on feedback from parents and community members, Peel District School Board trustees have approved a change to reduce the transportation distance eligibility for students in grades 9 to 12 from 4.8 km to 3.8 km. Grade 9 to 12 students who live 3.8 km or more from school will now be able to take the bus to and from school.

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Consent to Receive Electronic Information

​As you may know, Canada's new anti-spam law came into effect on July 1, 2014. This law requires the Peel District School Board and its schools to have consent from you before we send you any electronic communication (e.g. synrevoice texts, email) that contains commercial information.

Although we may have previously collected your email address, in order to be compliant with the new law, we must receive your consent (in writing) to receive electronic communication from our school.

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