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What you need to know about the revised 2019 Elementary Health and Physical Education curriculum

​​The Ministry of Education's revised 2019 Elementary Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum was introduced on Aug. 21, 2019, and will be implemented in the 2019-20 school year. Click "Full Story" to learn more.​​

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First Day of School - Welcome Back!

September 3rd is GRADE NINE DAY.  ONLY Grade Nine students are to be in the school.  The day allows our new Grade 9 students the opportunity to meet teachers and familiarize themselves with the school. It's a regular school day.  It starts at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 2:45​ p.m. 


September 4th is the first day of school for Grades 10, 11 and 12.

Students will follow a regular school day schedule. Classes begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at- 2:45 p.m. Please note if your child arrives after 8:30 in class they are considered late.  All absences must be confirmed, by a parent/guardian, for students under 18.  Students over 18 must report their absence to the main office or call the attendance line. 

 To report a absence, 24 hours a day/7 days a weel, please call 905-278-3382 . Option 1 is the absence line.  Leave your child's name, student number and date of absence.

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Promoting Wellbeing in Your Children This Summer: The Importance of Structure

​Summer vacation is almost here! Children can barely wait to put away their backpacks and spend their days free. Although this might be true for many, children and parents rely on structure to help guide the day, even in the summer. Structure holds kids and allows them to feel safe, knowing what to expect throughout the day and the week. Although it is crucial for children to have unstructured, free time each day, it is important for there to be some routine and structure (however you define it) to help children manage their emotions. Parents and children should sit down and discuss the summer plans, whether it is camp every day or multiple weeks off in a row, kids need to know what to expect.

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40 hours to graduate – Start this summer

​All students in Ontario secondary schools are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement in order to obtain their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Students are encouraged to start accumulating community involvement hours in the summer after grade 8.

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Summer School 2019

​Secondary School full credit (new credit or upgrade) and 55-hour (credit make-up) 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. Students should register for courses through their Guidance Counsellor as soon as possible to ensure registration.​

Please visit www.peelschools.org/summerschool for more details.

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