Health and Physical Education- Exemption Process
Trillium Lakelands District School Board has developed a policy and procedure on the exemption process for the human development and sexual health curriculum.
To support differing preferences and beliefs, families may choose to approach or teach topics related to human development and sexual health in a manner or at an age that differs from the curriculum. Families will receive a letter from the school at least 20 days prior to the instruction start date outlining the steps to take if they wish to exempt their child from all instruction related to human development and sexual health.
The TLDSB ES-2021 Health and Physical Education: Exemption Process for the Human Development and Sexual Health Curriculum Expectations Procedure may be found here: https://tldsb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Health-and-Physical-Education-Procedure-ES-2021.pdf
Please contact the school office if there are any questions or concerns.
If you are enrolling a new student with our school, you will need to bring the following documents to the school at the time of resistration:
* Proof of age for each child
* Custody Agreement (if applicable)
* Date of Entry into Canada (if applicable)
* Name and phone number of your family doctor
* Child's Immunization record
* Proof of address, including residence road name and 911 address
Please Note: Junior Kindergarten students must be 4 years of age by December 31, 2020.
Registering your child early helps us to plan in advance.
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Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Muskoka Beechgrove Public School acknowledges that this land is the traditional homeland of the Ojibway Nation and the Huron/Wendat Nation, and now includes communities from the Mohawk Nation, the Pottawatomi Nation and the Metis Nation of Ontario.
Why do we say a land acknowledgement? Honouring the land is a tradition that dates back thousands of years for Indigenous Peoples.
Regardless of your personal ancestry and heritage, as people living on traditional Indigenous lands WE are ALL TREATY PEOPLE!
To learn more, have a look at the CBC news article called;
“What is the significance of acknowledging the Indigenous
land we stand on?”