Parent Involvement Committee events
Are you looking for ways to become more involved in your child's education? The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) holds workshops throughout the school year to provide parents and school councils with tips to boost your child's learning at home.
There are no upcoming events for the 2017-18 school year. Stay tuned for next school year's events!
PIC hosted its annual Family Math Night on January 29, 2018. This free evening event, facilitated by Jump2Math, for families of Peel elementary students in kindergarten to grade 3, who attend Brandon Gate, Corliss, Dunrankin Drive, Lancaster, Marvin Heights and Ridgewood public schools, provided an opportunity to network, connect and collaborate.
On May 16, 2017, three School Council members from each school were invited to attend the 2nd annual It’s a Family Affair Conference for an evening of networking and learning. The evening featured a keynote presentation and variety of workshops at John Fraser Secondary School.
Math Night for Lincoln M. Alexander Family of Schools - April 10, 2017 | Flyer
Parents of Brandon Gate PS, Corliss PS, Darcel Avenue Sr. PS, Dunrankin Drive PS, Lancaster PS, Marvin Heights PS, Morning Star MS, Ridgewood PS and Lincoln M. Alexander SS attended a free math night at Morning Star Middle School on April 10, 2017. The event featured a keynote presentation by Jonathan So, grade 6 math teacher at the Peel board. Mr. So's presentation,
Creating Little Mathematicians, encouraged and empowered parents to help their kids with everyday math.
Empowering Students Through Modern Learning - March 30, 2017 |Flyer
In collaboration with Trustee Stan Cameron, PIC welcomed Caledon parents to an information evening on the Peel board’s new Vision for 21st Century Teaching and Learning: Empowering Modern Learners. The evening included a presentation by Lawrence DeMaeyer, coordinating principal of modern learning, on how parents can foster leadership and innovation among Peel students in the use of technology.
Math Night for Bramalea Family of Schools | Flyer | View photos
Parents of Aloma Crescent, Balmoral Drive Sr., Birchbank, Clark Boulevard, Dorset Drive, Earnscliffe Sr., Eastbourne Drive, Fallingdale, and Folkstone public schools and Bramalea Secondary School attended a free math night, featuring a keynote presentation by Jonathan So, grade 6 math teacher at the Peel board. Mr. So's presentation, Creating Little Mathematicians, encouraged and empowered parents to help their kids with everyday math.
If you have any questions, please contact PIC at firstname.lastname@example.org