Learning Resources for Families
The HDSB is providing literacy and mathematics resources for families to support student achievement and enhance learning at home and school.
Literacy and Mathematics Resources
Online COVID-19 School Screening Tool
Students and staff must complete the online COVID-19 School Screening Tool prior to attending school each day.
Complete School Screening Tool
Mental Health &
Mental health and well-being support and resources are available for students and parents/guardians.
Mental Health & Well-Being Resources
Kindergarten Orientation Thursday, June 8 5-6pm. Register now for Kindergarten in September 2023!
Registration for Kindergarten at TJS begins in January 2023. To begin Kindergarten in September 2023, children must be four years old by Dec. 31, 2023 for Year 1 Kindergarten and must be five years old by Dec. 31, 2023 for Year 2 Kindergarten. To register please follow these steps:
Complete the Student Registration Form
Complete the Kindergarten Questionnaire
Bring the completed Student Registration Form, Kindergarten Questionnaire and the mandatory documents to complete registration to the school. These mandatory documents include:
Proof of child’s age: birth certificate or passport or baptismal/faith record for your child
Proof of address (any two of the following documents): lease or deed, car registration, utility bill, residential telephone bill, moving bill, property tax bill, bank statement, credit card statement, correspondence with a government agency. Important Note: A driver’s license will not be accepted as documentation for “proof of address”.
Proof of child’s citizenship: birth certificate or passport, Record of Landing (IMM 1000) or Permanent Resident Card
Proof of custody: if you are not the parent and your child is under 18 you must provide proof of custody (court order)
The TJS office will be accepting Kindergarten Registrations Monday through Friday 9:30AM-3:00PM. If you are unable to visit TJS in person during these times please email Kim Palermo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Karen Smith (email@example.com) to make alternate arrangements.
Starting school is a big step for children and parents/guardians, and the Halton District School Board wants to make that transition as smooth as possible. The HDSB is welcoming future students and their families to a virtual Kindergarten experience at kindergarten.hdsb.ca to learn more about making the first school experience a happy one.
At kindergarten.hdsb.ca, three-year olds can explore a Kindergarten classroom to see what their future classroom might look like next September. There are videos to watch, pictures to view and fun activities for kids. Parents/guardians can learn about the Kindergarten program at the HDSB, play-based learning, community resources in Halton and before-and-after school care. Families can also sign-up to receive a welcome package from the HDSB including a free children’s book.
Halton Food for Thought (HFFT) is dedicated to feeding the success of our students, one healthy, happy student tummy at a time.
In partnership with the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board HFFT will continue to adapt to ensure healthy food is available to students during the school day in accordance with Public Health, safe food handling and Ministry of Education guidelines.
More details on the format of HFFT Student Nutrition Programs to follow. We want all children to reach their full potential and lead healthy, active lives. To help ensure student success, please consider supporting, or donating to Halton Food for Thought.
To learn more about HFFT Student Nutrition Programs, visit their website.
Together we #FeedTheirFuture!
Halton Food for Thought
5063 North Service Rd Suite 100
Burlington ON L7L 5H6
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Halton as we know it today is rich in history and modern traditions of many First Nations and the Métis. From the Anishinaabe to the Attawandaron, the Haudenosaunee, and the Métis - these lands surrounding the Great Lakes are steeped in Indigenous history.
As we gather today on these treaty lands we have the responsibility to honour and respect the four directions, land, waters, plants, animals, ancestors that walked before us, and all the wonderful elements of creation that exist.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation for sharing their traditional territory with us.