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Peel board names Peter Joshua as new director of education

Joshua "committed to fostering a climate of academic optimism and mutual respect, built on honesty, transparency and trust," says board chair​.

The Peel District School Board has selected Peter Joshua as its new director of education. Joshua, currently Executive Superintendent of Leadership and Learning with the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, will assume the new role on July 17, 2017. He succeeds retiring director Tony Pontes.
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Online method of payment for school fees is coming soon to our school

We're excited to launch our new convenient and preferred method of payment, School Cash Online on June 1, 2017. Through School Cash Online, you'll be able to pay for school items like  field trips and pizza days directly from your computer or smartphone using eCheck, Visa or MasterCard.

What is School Cash Online?

School Cash Online is a safe and secure form of online payment with a parent-friendly portal that will allow you to:

  • Keep track of your children's school items and activity fees
  • Check account history
  • Print or view receipts
  • Make donations to Peel District School Board students and programs online and instantly receive a tax receipt. Donations to any other charitable organizations should NOT be made using the "Make a donation" button.
  • Pay for school fees with the click of a button
  • Receive notifications about upcoming events

The program and registration will launch on June 1 at our school. For more information, click on the following School Cash Online button, SCO.png,  on the right side of the page or visit

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Semester 2 Final Evaluations - June 20th to June 26th

​Semester 2 Final Evaluations will run from Tuesday June 20th to  Friday June 23rd. In the event of a school closure, Monday June 26th will be used as an alternate evaluation make-up day.

  • It is important that students read and follow the instructions for final evaluations. Each student is responsible to know the date, time and location of each   final evaluation.
  • Students should not expect to have a final evaluation rescheduled due to an unauthorized absence. If you have a special circumstance, please contact one of the Vice Principals within 24 hours of your scheduled evaluation.
  • Students must return all school textbooks to their teachers, along with any other items/materials borrowed.
  • All students have been provided with a hard copy of the final evaluation schedule. Click on the link below to access the schedule, important examination instructions and locations of teachers for the final evaluation review.

June 2017 Student Exam Schedule and Instructions.pdf

Monday June 19th - Last day for students to empty lockers

Thursday June 29th - Final Evaluation Review (9:00 to 10:50)

Thursday June 29th - Report Card Pick-Up (11:00 to 12:00)

Report card pick-up will occur in Sem. 2 Homerooms. Unclaimed reports can be picked up from the main office.


Student registration (lockers, timetable and photo day)

  • Grade 10 - August 29th from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.                      
  • Grade 11 - August 29th from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.   
  • Grade 9 - August 30th from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.                        
  • Grade 12 - August 30th from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
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Grade 9 Math EQAO Assessment - June 7th and 8th 2017

On Wednesday June 7th and Thursday June 8th Grade 9 students currently enrolled in Semester 2 Academic and Applied Mathematics courses will be taking part in the provincial Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics created by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), an independent agency of the Government of Ontario.  This assessment is administered to all students in Grade 9 Academic or Applied Mathematics courses in Ontario's publicly funded school system.

  • All students have been provided with an information letter for you to review. Extra copies are available in the main office.
  • The assessment consists of two (2) test booklets and students are given 60 minutes to complete each booklet.
  • EQAO assessment questions are directly based on the expectations set out in The Ontario Curriculum, which is what educators teach in the classroom every day. 
  • This is a regular-scheduled school day.
  • Students will write in their classrooms with their teachers.
  • Students eligible for accommodations and provisions will also receive an information letter from the school for you to review.

Please note that this test, or part of it, will also be evaluated by your child's math teacher and will count for up to a maximum of 10% of his or her final class mark.

In September 2017, EQAO will send our school a report on your child's achievement on the assessment, and we will send it home at that time.  Your child's results are private and will give you an indication of his or her achievement in relation to Ontario's high provincial standard. 

Click on the full story link below for additional information and resources or visit

If you have any questions, please contact your child's Mathematics teacher or our Vice Principal - Mr. Lane at (905) 363-0289 ext. 403.

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Robotics Team Qualifies for the World Championships - St. Louis. Missouri (end of April)

​Congratulations to the Stephen Lewis Secondary School Robotics Team (lead by Mr. Mathewson and Mr. Camilleri) who have qualified for the First Robotics World Championships to be held at the end of April. They also won a $2,000 scholarship from Siemens Canada and a Rookie Inspiration Award at the Provincial level. Thanks to the Phys. Ed. Department for the loan of Lennie the LYNX!  Way to go team! Thank you Mr. LeBreton for your continued support.

First Robotics World Championships 

Check out the team website and team video (click on the links below):

SLSS Robotics 

FRC 6378 - Promo Video.mp4

Click on the link below and check out the video released by FIRST Robotics which helps explain why we spend so much time and energy working with this non-profit organization and what it brings to students in several countries.

 Video - This isn't a Robot

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Summer School 2017 Registration Information and Links




Full Session Courses (110 hrs) are available to those attempting the course for the first time or upgrading their mark. These run for 4 weeks from July 4 - July 31     

Make-up Courses (55 hrs) are available to those who previously attempted the course and failed with a mark of 40-49%. These run for a 2 week session. Make-up courses are designated with a 1 or 2 on the end of the course code. Session 1: July 4th – July 17th  Session 2: July 18th – July 31st

Note: Careers (GLC2O1/2) and Civics(CHV2O1/2) run for 2 weeks each. If you are taking as a new credit you must register for both.

*All classes run from 8:00am – 1:30pm

*Read the summer school information posted on the SLSS Guidance bulletin board and on the SLSS website.

*Decide on the course you wish to take and what board/location.  YOU MAY REGISTER WITH ONE BOARD ONLY! If you sign up for both, your Peel registration will be cancelled.



 Summer School Registration Info for Website.pdf



LINK for PEEL summer school sites and course offerings:


LINK for DUFFERIN-PEEL summer school sites and course offerings:


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