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SUPPORTING YOUR TEEN THROUGH THE TRANSITION TO HIGH SCHOOL – April 8th at EDSS

SUPPORTING YOUR TEEN THROUGH THE TRANSITION TO HIGH SCHOOL Stress and pressures faced by teens Understanding the developmental changes of adolescence Importance of connection, relationship & communication Parents’ and School’s role in promoting success Social pressures faced by teens Stress, anxiety & pressures of high school Supports in the school An evening for all parents [...]

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Categories: Community Of Learners

New Pilot Funding Initiative for Schools

The Waterloo Region District school board has partnered with My Class Needs, a not-for-profit foundation associated with Curriculum Services Canada, to offer a unique opportunity to support classroom teachers in securing additional resources to support student learning, well-being and achievement. The program provides grants for materials/services up to a maximum of $750 per class. To qualify, [...]

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Categories: Broadcast

Register Now for the PIC Family Event!

Registration is now open for the PIC Family Event ‘Building Skills to Navigate the School Years’, April 18, 2015, Bluevale Collegiate Institute. This FREE event is open to parents, guardians and the community. Keynote speaker, Lesley Andrews, will share with us her inspiring story of ‘overcoming the odds’ to follow her passion in life and [...]

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Categories: Broadcast

February 23 – All schools open & buses are running

Transportation is running and schools are open today.

Categories: Broadcast

Why were our schools closed Friday?

The WRDSB has put in place a frigid temperature threshold in our severe weather procedure primarily for three reasons related to the safety of our students:

1. According to Environment Canada, at -35C exposed skin can freeze within 10 minutes. Environment Canada indicates that in temperatures between -28 to -39 there is a high risk of exposed skin freezing (frostnip or frostbite). This temperature is very unusual for our region and some students may not have the appropriate clothing to protect themselves.

2. Most students will take longer than 10 minutes to walk to school and the bused students may wait for an extended period of time should any bus be delayed.

3. We are unable to guarantee crossing guard service to our students as individual crossing guards have a right to maintain their safety given that they are exposed for extended periods of time in frigid temperatures.

The Education Centre remains open and is fully operational.

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