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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. 

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Secondary family information about active screening and masking

Secondary family information about active screening and masking 

During the week of Feb. 16, under the direction of Peel Public Health, the Peel District School Board began the process of Active Screening for returning secondary staff and students. Active screening is the use of a screening tool and the completion is verified (green checkmark and date) every day by school staff.

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Helping your child or teen learn about mental health

​Mental health is everyone’s business, and we all have a role to play. As a parent, guardian, caregiver or family member, you have a particularly special role in supporting child and youth mental health. Click Full Story for six ways you can help your child or teen learn about positive mental health.

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Peel Public Health shares tips to help prevent the flu amidst a pandemic

It's flu season and we want to make sure students stay as healthy as possible. Getting the flu shot this year is more important than ever, in order to reduce the chance of having an illness that can be confused for COVID-19. Influenza (flu) spreads easily from one person to another and Peel Public Health has some tips to help reduce the risk of catching the flu and spreading it.
Get your annual flu shot: The flu shot is your best defense against the flu. The flu virus changes frequently so you need to get the vaccine every Fall. There are many locations across Peel where you can get your flu shots by appointment only:
§  Family Doctors' offices

§  Walk-in clinics

§  Pharmacies

Remember to physically distance and wear a mask at the clinic to help protect yourself and others.

Be sure to contact your healthcare provider to book an appointment, as walk-ins are not accepted due to COVID-19 safety measures.


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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 chan
ges for days when buses are cancelled and/or school buildings are closed due to extreme weather conditions.


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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:

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