October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month
For more information on Learning Disabilities please visit the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario website at
HDSB Schools no longer collect immunization data at registration. Families should be directed to report their immunizations:
Download the OneHalton app
Mail or drop off your records to the Halton Region Health Department, 1151 Bronte Road, Oakville, Ontario L6M 3L1
Questions, please direct families to contact halton.ca or contact the Halton Region Health Department by calling 311 or 905-825-6000 for more details.
The HDSB App
The Halton District School Board has launched a Mobile App for parents/guardians, staff and students! Report absences, get school news, calendars, social media and more all in one place. The app consolidates important information from schools and the Halton District School Board into one easy-to-access location. The free app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play (search “Halton District School Board” or “HDSB”).
Lunch Program 2018-19
We have some new and exciting lunch options for this school year! There will be the opportunity for parents to purchase lunch for their child every day of the week starting mid-October. We are continuing to have Domino’s pizza each Monday starting Monday, October 15. Every Tuesday through Friday, the LUNCHBOX Program will provide the opportunity for parents to purchase lunch for their child from Pita Pit (on Tuesday), Lunch Lady (on Wednesday), Swiss Chalet (on Thursday) and Subway (on Friday).
The order form for Pizza Days (Monday, October 15/18 to Monday, January 28/19) is now available on SchoolCash Online. If you have not yet registered for SchoolCash Online, please do so as soon as possible at https://hdsb/schoolcashonline.com/ and select “Get Started Today”. The deadline to order Pizza is October 4. Late orders will not be accepted.
Order forms for the LUNCHBOX Program will be available only online starting October 1. More details will follow.
Prevalent Medical Conditions
Earlier this year, the Ministry of Education released Policy Program Memorandum 161: Supporting Students with Prevalent Medical Conditions. School Boards across Ontario are expected to implement PPM 161 by September 2018. As a result, the HDSB has updated several Administrative Procedures to better support students who have Anaphylaxis, Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders. With the revised HDSB procedures, students who have any of the listed prevalent medical conditions, must have a Plan of Care in place. Furthermore, the Plan of Care must be co-created by the student, parent and school staff.
If your child has a prevalent medical condition, please access the new Plan of Care documents at the hyperlinks below
Please also complete Appendix A and Appendix B of the Request to Administer Emergency Medication Form 1
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