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Islamic Heritage Month

​On April 9, 2019, as part of the board's commitment to equity and inclusion, the Peel board approved a motion to recognize and celebrate Islamic Heritage Month in October. 

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School Bus Safety Week is taking place Oct. 21 to 25

In Ontario, over 825,000 students travel to and from school safely on a school bus each and every school day. 

School Bus Safety Week is intended to raise awareness about school bus safety and the important work that our school bus drivers perform throughout the province in safely transporting students. 

Here in Peel Region our school buses travel over 100,000 km per day and deliver 60,000 students safely to and from school. 

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Peel high school information nights start this fall

​Learn about the Peel District School Board advantage and your local Peel board secondary school at an upcoming parent information night. For dates and times, visit www.peelschools.org/schools/informationnights or call the school directly. To find out which secondary school your teen will attend, call 905-890-1010/1-800-668-1146 ext. 2212 or visit www.peelschools.org/schools/findyourschool.​

**Please note that dates and times are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the school directly.

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Engage. Educate. Empower. Speakers Series.

​After 18 years, the Peel District School Board is revamping its annual parent conference. After hearing from participants, we are changing the traditional full-day workshop model to a multi-evening speaker series focused on a specific subject, where parents and caregivers will hear from a keynote speaker followed by a panel who will take audience questions. We will also invite Peel board departments, groups and community partners to share their information in an exhibitor area. 

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Becoming Aware of Your Own Self-Care

​Taking care of oneself is crucial and necessary for everyday well-being and stress management. This applies to children, youth and adults. For students who are managing multiple transitions, their daily workload, tests and deadlines, as well as navigating peer relationships, coping comes easier when their basic needs are met. For parents, educators and other adults who take on caring roles, caring for others comes easier when our basic needs are attended to as well. 

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