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  • Parent Workshop Series
    Posted Nov 15, 2016, 6:46 AM by
  • Raccoon Rabies - Burlington The Halton Region Health Department has received test results confirming cases of raccoon rabies found in skunks in Burlington. The rabies virus is spread through the saliva of an infected animal, usually entering through a bite or scratch. Halton Health Dept reminds anyone who comes into physical contact with a raccoon or other wild animal to see a physician immediately about post-exposure rabies treatment and to report the exposure to the Health Dept as soon as possible, by calling 311. The Health Department is reminding residents to:teach children to avoid unfamiliar cats and dogs, not to touch sick or dead animals and to observe wild animals from a distance,ensure dogs and cats are kept up-to-date ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2016, 12:52 PM by
  • Student Supervisors Wanted Student Supervisors monitor children during nutrition breaks to make sure the classrooms and hallways remain a safe, calm and respectful environment. They observe and rectify any inappropriate behavior inside or outside, including foul language, arguments, fights, or excessive playing. Supervisors also monitor the room closely to avoid potential health risks, such as allergic reactions, choking and food spills. In addition, supervisors watch the exits to make sure students don’t leave the room without permission and stay in their seats.  After the meal, supervisors make sure students clean up, and head outside to the playground promptly. The position requires a commitment of approximately one hour per day and offers a starting pay of $11.45 per hour. Please fill out ...
    Posted Nov 8, 2016, 12:04 PM by
  • School Council Meeting Minutes 2016-17 School Council meeting minutes will be posted here monthly.
    Posted Dec 1, 2016, 1:58 PM by
  • Helpful tips for parents to ensure they receive email messages from HDSB Note:  This is not a school, HDSB orSchoolConnects problem.It is a problem with your  Internet Service Provider (ISP).The following suggestions may assist parents with this problem:How can I fix the problem so I can get school and HDSB emails?1. Look to see if school emails are in your “spam” or “junk” folder and then mark them as “not junk”/”not spam”.2.  Add the following email address to your contact list:   notifications@schoolconnectsweb.com3.  Check your “webmail” service.  That’s where you go onto the Internet and login to a particular website to check your email.  More information on this below.Which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are impacted ?We are continuing to investigate the ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2016, 12:54 PM by
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