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Reminder about sledding safety at school about sledding safety at school<p>​Student safety is our first priority, and although we do allow "crazy carpets" and soft sleds at our school, we do not allow hard sleds, two-person sleds or snow racers.  We do supervise sledding and we remind students of safety rules on a regular basis.  We want to inform parents that if students are sledding at school, Ophea (the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association) recommends that they wear a properly fitted (as per manufacturers guidelines) and a properly worn CSA-approved hockey helmet or snow sport helmet certified by a recogniized safety standards association.  If you send a sled and helmet (optional) to school with your child, you are giving permission for your child to take part in this activity.<br></p>
Kindergarten Registration 2018 Registration 2018<p>​Kindergarten registration for our school will begin on Monday, January 22, 2018.  Do you have a child born in 2014? then it's time to register them for Kindergarten.  Registration forms can be found under the Quick Access/ registration section of the school's website. Please remember to bring your child's birth certificate, health card and immunization record when you come in to register.  <br></p>
Staples continues BYOD program for SCDSB families continues BYOD program for SCDSB families<p>​​​Staples is continuing to offer a BYOD program for SCDSB families, to provide affordable options for families considering a technology purchase. <br><br>Information about the program, including product details and how to order, is available below. If you have questions about the program, please contact your nearest Staples store.<br><br><a href="">Staples ​BYOD program lett​er​​​</a></p>
French Immersion Information Night Immersion Information Night<p>​Attend a French Immersion information night; registration opens in January 2018. The SCDSB offers French Immersion (FI) at select schools throughout Simcoe County beginning in<br>Grade 1. The goal of the FI program is to enable students to communicate in French with a high level of<br>proficiency, enabling them to function with ease in both French and English. Upon graduation from the<br>program, students will communicate in French with confidence in a wide variety of real-life situations.<br>Information sessions take place in January for parents of students in Senior Kindergarten. Information<br>session dates are posted at under Programs, French as a Second Language.<br>The FI online application form will be available from 9 a.m. on Mon. Jan. 22, until 9 p.m. on Wed. Jan. 24,<br>2018 at under Programs, French as a Second Language. While every effort is made to<br>accommodate all FI applications, available space and staffing will determine how many students can be<br>registered. Applications will be processed in the order they are received electronically. Please contact the<br>school if you do not have Internet access at home or require assistance accessing the online application.<br>Please note that the host sites for FI may change during your child’s time in the program, and your child<br>may need to move schools. This may also include splitting the program between two different sites.<br>ool.</p>
Special Education sessions Education sessions<p>​The SCDSB is hosting a series of information sessions for parents/guardians to learn about special <br>education in the SCDSB, and how to support students with special education needs.<br>Jan. 22<br>Assessments in Special Education: Psych Ed and Other Assessments<br>Feb. 19<br>Transition Planning Grade 8 to 9<br>March 19<br>Accessing Supports in the Community<br>April 16<br>Understanding Alternative/Non-Academic IEP Goals<br>All sessions take place from 6 to 7 p.m. at the SCDSB Education Centre, located at 1170 Highway 26 in<br>Midhurst. No registration required.</p>
Free Perscription Drug coverage Perscription Drug coverage<p>​OHIP+ provides free prescription drug coverage for children<br>beginning Jan. 1, 2018.   The province will provide free prescription drug coverage for children and youth aged 24<br>and under, regardless of family income. Under OHIP+, Ontario children and youth will have access to over 4,400 medications and other drug products. Enrolment in OHIP+ will be automatic, based on age.<br>There are no upfront costs, no co-payment and no annual deductible. Those who are eligible for OHIP+<br>will only need their health card number and a valid prescription from their doctor or nurse practitioner<br>when they visit their pharmacist. For more information, visit:</p>



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