Bell Let's Talk Day: Wednesday, January 29th
Break the Stigma
It’s not always easy to tell others that your child has challenges managing their thoughts or feelings. And it might not be easy for your child to express that either. Even though it is normal for people of any age to experience these challenges, our culture has told us we need to fear them. In this video ... https://childrenscolorado.org/stigma
Results of Medical Examination
In the event of a head injury, school staff will use a quick reference tool (at the time of incident) to help identify a suspected concussion and to communicate this information to a parent/guardian. However, concussion symptoms can occur later within a 24 hour period. Therefore, the C3 - Documentation of Monitoring/Medical Examination Form must be signed and returned after the 24 hour monitoring period/medical examination upon your child's return.
If your child has been diagnosed with a concussion, the C4 - Documentation for a Diagnosed Concussion form should be used by parents/guardians to communicate the child’s progress through the plan.
Further concussion protocol information and resources can be found HERE.
What immunizations (shots, vaccines, needles) does your child need for school?
Report your child's immunization records
It's your responsibility to report your child's updated immunization records to the Halton Region Public Health Department. Your healthcare provider does not report these records for you. ONLINE REPORTING
Consequences for vaping at school:
According to the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 vaping is not allowed in schools, on school grounds, and in public areas within 20 metres of school property. Students found vaping on school property could receive a school suspension and be fined by a By-law Officer.
For more information about Vaping, please refer to the following online resources: