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Reminder: Government of Ontario has moved schools to remote learning following Spring Break

Reminder: Government of Ontario has moved schools to remote learning following Spring Break

​As announced by the Government of Ontario, all K-12 students will learn remotely from home beginning Monday April 19, with the exception of some students with complex medical and intensive learning needs, who will be contacted by their school to discuss learning options. Click on 'Full Story' for more information.

Peel Public Health letter re: changes to COVID-19 screening

Peel Public Health letter re: changes to COVID-19 screening

​To help further reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our school communities, Peel Public H​ealth has issued a letter with important changes to COVID-19 screening. Starting Dec. 7, 2020, all children with at least one symptom of COVID-19, even mild symptoms, must stay home, self-isolate and are recommended to get tested. 

Celebrate Administrative Professionals' Day on Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

Celebrate Administrative Professionals' Day on Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

Peel schools will pay tribute to administrative professionals on Administrative Professionals' Day on April 28, 2021. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the administrative staff who help support student success each and every day. 

The Peel board appreciates the important job administrative staff do each school day and April 28 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

Alloa P.S. goes pink on April 23

Alloa P.S. goes pink on April 23

On Friday, April 23, 2021, Peel District School Board schools and worksites will recognize the International Day of Pink. Unlike Pink Shirt Day, which is meant to combat all forms of bullying, we celebrate International Day of Pink in Peel to specifically combat homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.

 

 

Soccer Day Camps 2021 - Royal City Soccer Club

Soccer Day Camps 2021 - Royal City Soccer Club

​For full brochure please go to Forms tab for more detail.

Report your child's immunizations to the Region of Peel online

Report your child's immunizations to the Region of Peel online

When registering for school for the first time, parents and guardians are required to provide up-to-date immunization information for their children. This includes registering for kindergarten.

You can update your child's immunizations online. The online immunization tool allows you to attach a photo of the immunization record. When reporting online, an Ontario Health Card is required.

Report immunizations online at: www.peelregion.ca/immunize​ 

Student immunization for grades 7, 8, 9 and 12 on hold until further notice

Student immunization for grades 7, 8, 9 and 12 on hold until further notice

Effective Jan. 1, 2020, Peel Public Health is placing school-based clinics on hold until further notice due to COVID-19.

Cancellation notices will be sent via the Peel Public Health e-booking system to families who have already booked appointments for the new year. Information will be shared when school-based vaccinations resume.

​For more information, please call Peel Public Health 905-799-7700 or visit www.peelregion.ca/immunize.

Changes to Inclement Weather Days to Keep Schools Safe

Changes to Inclement Weather Days to Keep Schools Safe

​This year, we have adjusted school routines in many ways to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and support the health and safety of our students, staff members and families. As we enter the winter months, we have made some important changes for days when buses are cancelled and/or school buildings are closed due to extreme weather conditions.

Applications are open for Peel Region High Performers Program - providing flexible scheduling

Applications are open for Peel Region High Performers Program - providing flexible scheduling

Peel Region High Performers Program offers flexible timetabling to accommodate student athletes and artists with demanding practice, competition, rehearsal and/or performance schedules. Learn more and apply: www.peelschools.org/HighPerformers

Wearing a Mask and Following Hand Hygiene Routines

Wearing a Mask and Following Hand Hygiene Routines

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our students. To help ensure safer schools, we will be following Peel Public Health's recent recommendation that all students in Grades 1 to 12 be required to wear a mask or face covering while indoors at school, including in classrooms and hallways. Peel Public Health has also indicated that the wearing of masks or face coverings is strongly recommended in Kindergarten.

Face coverings include disposable or cloth masks, bandanas, scarfs or similar items. All face coverings must cover the nose, mouth and chin, without any gaps.

Families are encouraged to practice wearing a mask at home so students are used to this routine by the time they return to school. View these tips from Peel Public Health

Reasonable exceptions on the requirement to wear masks will apply (e.g. staff or students with sensory or breathing difficulties). More information about these exemptions will be shared at www.peelschools.org/reopening.

Students will also not be required to wear a mask while outdoors or while participating in a moderate or vigorous activity for Health and Physical Education classes.

Hand hygiene

Hand sanitizer will be available at all school entrances and in every classroom and gymnasium. Before entering the school, students, staff and all visitors must sanitize their hands. All classes will also have scheduled washroom and hand washing breaks throughout the day.

Students and all staff will wash/sanitize their hands: 

  • upon entry/exit of the building (mandatory for anyone who enters the building)
  • upon entry to their classroom
  • before and after eating
  • before and after using the washroom
  • and at other intervals (e.g. after handling shared items)

Posters are placed around the school to remind students and staff to:

  • avoid touching their eyes, mouth and nose as much as possible
  • avoid contact with people who are sick
  • cover their coughs and sneezes with a tissue or into their upper sleeve or elbow
  • wash their hands after coughing and sneezing
 
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