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Peel board shares Reopening Plans with families, staff, students

​To help you prepare and make informed decisions about your child's school year, we have developed a comprehensive Family Guide: Reopening Plans for 2020-21​ for Peel District School Board families and students.

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New information on Peel board reopening plans and change regarding switching learning models

Please read the​​ additional information on the Peel District School Board’s reopening plans, which includes an important change to the process for switching between in-person and distance learning models. 

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Video message to Peel District School Board community from Interim Director of Education Colleen Russell-Rawlins

View a video message to the Peel District School Board community from Interim Director of Education Colleen Russell-Rawlins h​ere​

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IMPT: Ministry of Education announces Reopening Plans for 2020-21

​The Minister of Education announced reopening plans for schools across Ontario, beginning in September 2020. Elementary students (Kindergarten to Grade 8) will attend school in-person 5 days per week. Students will remain in one cohort group to limit interactions with other students, including lunch and recess. Secondary students (Grade 9 to 12) will receive a mix of in-person and distance learning instruction. They will attend school on an adapted schedule, with class cohorts of up to 15 students, attending on alternate days, or alternate schedules that would represent in-person attendance for at least 50% of instructional days.

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Peel District School Board Supervisor appoints Colleen Russell-Rawlins as permanent Interim Director of Education

​​Peel District School Board Supervisor Bruce Rodrigues has appointed Colleen Russell-Rawlins as the Peel board's permanent interim director of education. Russell-Rawlins, who is currently an Associate Director of Equity, Well-Being, Early Years and School Improvement with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), will assume the role on Aug. 5, 2020.​
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Peel Regional Police pauses School Resource Officer program

​Peel Regional Police (PRP) has committed to pausing its School Resource Officer (SRO) program. View the joint statement from Peel Regional Police, Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board by clicking on Full Story below. 

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