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IMPT CORRECTION: secondary International Baccalaureate program date changes

Please note that first round offers for the secondary International Baccalaureate program will be sent on Wednesday, Jan. 30, after 3 p.m. in advance of the other secondary Regional Learning Choices Programs (RLCP) this year. Due to the high volume of applicants, the deadline to accept a first round offer for IB will be one day - deadline (Jan. 31 at midnight).

All other secondary RLCP first round offers will be sent out on Friday, Feb. 1 after 3 p.m.and the deadline will remain as Wednesday, Feb. 6 by 3 p.m.

For more information, visit the secondary Regional Learning Choices Program page​. ​

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Winter break hours, closures at Peel board offices, schools

For details on winter break hours and closures for Peel board offices and schools, please click here. ​

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Applications to submit Education Week Award nominations now open!

​Each year, as part of Education Week, the Peel District School Board recognizes individuals for their exemplary contributions to student success by presenting them with an Education Week Award. There are three Education Week Awards: Award of Distinction, Award of Excellence and Education Champion Award. The nominations are open to everyone, including current and former staff, current and former students, parents/guardians, community members and volunteers. The deadline to submit a nomination is open from now until January 18, 2019 at 4 p.m.

For more information and to nominate, click here. 

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Bus cancellation and closing schools due to bad weather

​During the winter months, we may need to cancel buses or close schools because of inclement weather.

Information regarding details of cancellations or closures will be available on Twitter @Peelschools, Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/peelschools/, www.peelschools.org and www.stopr.ca or by calling 905-890-1010 or 1-800-668-1146. ​

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Winter bus safety

​The following winter school bus safety tips will help to keep your child safe throughout the winter months. 

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The Woodlands School builds garden to honour Indigenous community

​Last year, when students of The Woodlands School were learning about residential schools in Canada, they knew they had to do something meaningful in their journey towards reconciliation. So, they formed a Reconciliation Club. They travelled to the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nations, learned from Chief Stacey LaForme and came up with an idea of a Reconciliation garden. On June 11, The Woodlands officially opened its Reconciliation garden in the presence of students, school staff and Peel District School Board representatives.

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