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Our school's learning community works toward a common goal in the spirit of cooperation and teamwork. We value and respect individual strengths and celebrate efforts and accomplishments.

4313 Clubview Dr., Burlington, Ontario  L7M 5A1    
Telephone:  905-637-8297   Absentee Line:  1-877-409-6310  or hdsb.schoolconnects.com

Principal: Mr. N. Frankovich                            Superintendent: Ms. Christina Salmini
Vice Principal: Ms. B. Cox                               Trustee: Dr. J. Hlusko




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Please read this important letter from Superintendent Yaw Obeng.

Fair Notice to Parents/Guardians


Date: September 2014

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Re:Fair Notice

The safety of our children is a top priority for everyone. This letter is to inform you that we have participated in the development of a region wide Violence Threat Risk Assessment Protocol along with our community partners, for responding to situations in which students may pose a threat to themselves or others. These situations may involve weapons, or threats to harm (communicated personally or via electronic media) or assaults as outlined in the Halton District School Board’s Code of Conduct.

The purpose of the assessment is to determine how best to support the student so their behaviour does not become violent or self-injurious.  Please note that other community partners such as, the HaltonRegional Police Service, or other community youth agencies may become involved in the Violence Threat Risk Assessment (V.T.R.A) because it is critical to have as much information available as possible in order to provide the most appropriate support to your child.

We will respond to all threats in a professional manner in order to provide a healthy and caring learning environment. Additionally, we will be educating students so they know that threat making behaviours are not acceptable as well as teaching youth about school safety.

The Halton District School Board is proud to be able to provide this level of support to our students and is most fortunate to have our community partners working with us.


Sincerely,

Yaw Obeng
Superintendent of Education
Safe & Inclusive Schools
HaltonDistrict School Board





Please click on the News page to see a welcome back message from Mr. Frankovich.





As you may have heard - CRB is going CASHLESS for 2014/15!!! Pizza ordering and milk ordering is available on the cashless system.  
Note: While online purchases are an option for all fees and activities for students, parents and guardians do have the option of paying by cash or cheque.





A message from Kidssentials:

Our Hot Lunch Program Starts Tuesday Sept. 23rd - Kids LOVE Kidssentials! Are you tired of making lunch, but still want your child to receive a warm, healthy home-style meal? Take a break by ordering from our school’s unique, fresh-served, eco-friendly lunch program! To view the school’s menu and meal schedule, click on ‘place your order’ at www.kidssentials.com or contact 905.855.1914/mail@kidssentials.com. Cancellation Policy: If your child will be away at lunchtime on a Kidssentials lunch day, please contact Kidssentials directly by phone/email/website before 8:00am and a credit will be applied to your online account. Bon appétit!






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