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Peel District School Board: Những lưu ý dành cho học sinh khi trở lại trường

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Re-Opening Peel schools and worksites

These continue to be uncertain times, and many questions remain about what re-start will look like. Although we don’t have all the answers yet, as we await clarification and direction from the Ministry of Education, we do want to share what we know now.

  • Health and Safety

In the coming weeks and months, we will work with the provincial government, Peel Public Health and other health agencies, Ontario school boards, and our education partners to plan for re-opening for the next school year. I want to assure you that every precaution and action will be taken to ensure that we are well-positioned to re-open schools for learning and working in a safe, effective and equitable manner. We take this responsibility seriously and the safety of staff and students remains a key priority.

  • Report Card Distribution

Board staff have been exploring ways to share Report Cards with students/families electronically, giving consideration to privacy, security and safety. Testing is currently being conducted to ensure that this can be done while ensuring confidentiality. When testing is completed, we will confirm with staff, students and families how Report Cards will be distributed.

Please note that paper copies will be provided at the parent/guardian’s request when schools re-open next school year. Report Cards will also be filed in students’ Ontario Student Record (OSRs).

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  • Device Collection

At this time, devices will only be collected from students who are leaving the Peel board, i.e. students who are graduating or transferring to another school board. Students who are staying in the Peel board for the 2020-21 school year will hold onto their devices until further notice.

We expect device collection to take place between June 3 and 19, 2020. Schools will be in touch with you directly to arrange for a drop-off time. If there are concerns, please speak with your child/teen’s school.

If you are ill or self-isolating, and unable to retrieve personal items or drop items off during this window, please let your Principal or Vice-Principal know and flexibility will be offered.

  • Student Access to Schools to Retrieve Personal Items and Return Textbooks

We are currently working with Peel Public Health to develop a plan that allows students/families to safely retrieve personal items during the month of June. We expect to share more information with families tomorrow. The retrieval of belongings and the collection of devices/textbooks is expected to take place between June 3 and 19, 2020. If there are concerns, please speak with your child/teen’s school.

If you are ill or self-isolating, and unable to retrieve personal items or drop items off during this window, please let your Principal or Vice-Principal know and flexibility will be offered.

  • Mental health and community supports

You can access a number of resources to help support student, parent/guardian and staff mental health on our website. For a comprehensive list of supports available in the community, including mental health, food, financial and shelter information, view this resource created by the Peel board’s Social Work Department. A list of Food Banks and Community Meal Programs in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga is also available.