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Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) Mental Health Services is excited to offer a variety of summer workshops to students, staff, parents/guardians, and community members. See the information below for more details: Emotion Coaching Workshop #1: Monday, August 21, at 6 p.m. Workshop #2: Tuesday, August 22, at 10 a.m. Where: virtual Who: parents/guardians Participants will learn about emotion coaching – a strategy that can calm the brain in as little as 60 seconds and help improve relationships between parents/caregivers and their families. If you are interested in attending, complete the Emotion Coaching Registration Form. If you have any additional questions, contact [email protected]. [...]
Dear parents/guardians, Schools are currently closed for the summer break. As a result, any registration application submitted after July 7 will be processed when schools reopen the last week of August. Please note, applications received on July 8 and onward, may not receive transportation until September 18, depending on the number of registrations received over the break. After August 25, please continue to check mybustoschool.ca for your child’s transportation arrangements. There will be an ‘effective date’ indicating the start date of transportation. If you have any additional questions, contact the Board’s general information email at [email protected].
On June 28, Scott Young Public School (SYPS) hosted a ceremony to commemorate the outdoor space that was created to honor the memory of a former Grade 4 student, Colton Windrem, who passed away in the winter. “Colton was a kind, calm, intelligent, and reflective student who spent lots of time outdoors,” said SYPS principal, Rory Ellis. “In honour of his memory, we created a space in the Junior yard, which will allow students a spot to sit, chat, and watch each other play for years to come.” Over the past couple of months, the SYPS school community came together to [...]
Dear TLDSB staff and families, The 2022-2023 school year has come to an end and on behalf of the trustees and senior team I would like to express our sincerest gratitude to students, staff, families, and our community partners for your dedication to, and support of, student learning and well-being. It has been an incredible year full of meaningful learning and engagement opportunities for staff and students alike. Here are a few highlights from the past school year: We broadened our mental health support model to foster wellness, self-regulation, and social emotional learning strategies for all students, and all schools are [...]
Please see the letter to Ontario parents/guardians, as well as the end of the school year and graduation video messages below from the Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce.
We wish all Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) students and staff a well deserved and safe summer break! Below is information/dates to keep in mind over the next couple of months: Reopening – TLDSB administrators and secretaries will return to elementary and secondary schools on Monday, August 28. Phone lines, messages, and emails will not be answered before this date. First day of school – all TLDSB elementary and secondary schools will reopen to students on Tuesday, September 5. Google storage reminder – Any students graduating or not returning next school year have until Monday, July 31, to export data from the TLDSB [...]
Graduate Profile: Hailey Cook Name: Hailey Cook Location: Fenelon Falls AAEC When you decided to go back to school or continue your education, what interested you the most about the Adult & Alternate Education Centre? FAAEC made me want to continue my education by making it a safe and caring environment that I wanted to stay in. What project or assignment challenged you the most as a student? Why? "[No one assignment] was that challenging with the support that was available". What was the most surprising thing you learned about yourself during your time at the Adult & [...]
Graduate Profile: Megan Banks Name: Megan Banks Location: Huntsville AAEC When you decided to go back to school or continue your education, what interested you the most about the Adult & Alternate Education Centre? How [AAEC staff] were willing to work with me while I was pregnant and had no judgment whatsoever. They made parenting courses to help guide me in the right direction. What project or assignment challenged you the most as a student? Why? I’m not sure. What was the most surprising thing you learned about yourself during your time at the Adult & Alternate Education [...]