Updating elementary schools
Our school offers Parent Connect, a safe and secure website, as a convenient method for parents/legal guardians to stay informed and have easy access to important student information.
See full article for more information.In 2017, the board of trustees declared March 2 as Lunchroom Supervisors' Appreciation Day.
We believe ..students can learn, given the appropriate amount of time and instruction.
...a safe and secure environment must be provided for our students and staff. ...students, parents, community, and staff are partners in the educational process.
...students benefit from diverse learning opportunities. ..Northwestern School District is a community of learners that values every individual.
...utilizing current technology is fundamental and an integral part of learning.
The Peel District School Board in conjunction with each school, has sent out a letter informing parents/guardians as to the protocol that needs to be followed, as well as a Synervoice Message stating when the bomb threat drill will be taking place. You may wish to speak with your child(ren) ahead of the drill and after the drill, to dispel fears the/she/they may have.
Northwestern School District, in partnership with parents and community, will empower students to be successful, responsible citizens whose work ethic and academic skills will prepare them for a continually changing global society.
Parking in School Zones November 2017.pdfIn accordance with the Ministry of Education, all schools in Ontario must have a Bomb Threat Plan and conduct a Bomb Threat Drill in the fall, each year, as part of their Safe Schools Practices....a comprehensive curriculum is vital for meeting the needs of all students....students learn best when they are actively engaged in learning.Cohort members take courses together and are assigned practicum placements in schools within specific school districts.Teacher candidates learn to teach all subject areas in the elementary curriculum: Kindergarten to Grade 7, including Core French in Grades 5 to 7.French Immersion is a program of choice starting in Kindergarten, Grade 1 or Grade 6, and Intensive French is a program of choice in Grade 6 or 7.Admission into the cohort requires successful completion of the Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF) so as to ensure success in French coursework and to provide appropriate language modelling to students during practicum.Teacher candidates in the French option will complete 62 credits.While becoming qualified to teach all elementary grades, K to 7, the focus of ABC, Arts-Based & Creativity, is on inquiring into education through the practices of teachers and artists.Instructional leaders in the cohort include specialists in music, art and drama.A background in visual or performing arts is not necessary, but a passion for the arts is an asset.