On Nov. 9, the Peel District School Board will hold its first Peel Board Advantage Education Fair to showcase its middle schools with regional programs and secondary schools in Brampton and Caledon. Students and their families are invited to drop by Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to learn about and experience the Peel board advantage.
“Everything we do at the Peel board is designed to help each child achieve to the best of his or her ability. Each of our 242 schools offer a variety of programs designed to unlock student passions and potential—there’s something for every type of learner,” says Tony Pontes, director of education for the Peel board. “The education fair is a great opportunity for parents and students to speak with teachers and students, and get a glimpse of the programs, resources and support offered at Peel schools. We know there’s no better place for children to learn, grow and succeed.”
The education fair will include:
information booths for over 25 Brampton and Caledon secondary and middle schools, as well as Morning Star Middle School and Lincoln Alexander Secondary School
Peel board staff who will be on hand to answer questions
student exhibition sports games and pep rallies
student musical performances
free refreshments prepared by students in Peel board culinary programs
decorations created by Peel board students
For a list of all participating schools, click here or view the event flyer.
Harold M. Brathwaite is located at 415 Great Lakes Dr. in Brampton. Additional parking will be available at the Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E., and Jamiat-Ul Ansar Islamic Centre, 291 Great Lakes Dr.
Each Peel board secondary school will also hold an information night throughout the fall and winter. For more information and a list of dates and times, visit http://www.peelschools.org/schools/informationnights. Dates and times for Regional Learning Choices Programs information nights can be found at http://www.peelschools.org/parents/programs/regional.
The Peel board serves more than 153,000 kindergarten to grade 12 students in 242 schools throughout Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. Each day, the board inspires success, confidence and hope through its array of programs, including 36 Specialist High Skills Major programs (in 12 categories) and over 30 Regional Learning Choices Programs, four of which are International Baccalaureate programs. For more information about the Peel board, visit peelschools.org.