Posted February 19, 2015
Our procedure for severe weather provides guidelines and expectations for school closings due to severe weather, and how this information is communicated to our families.
Severe weather refers to conditions such as ice, fog, rain, sleet, snow, wind and/or frigid temperatures and wind chills. We consider a frigid temperature to be -35C with wind chill, or colder.
The general manager of Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) will monitor weather and temperatures in the region beginning at 5:30am, using Environment Canada’s wind chill index. If the temperature is forecasted to reach or exceed -35C with wind chill at 7:00am, buses will not operate and schools will be closed. The education centre will be open to those employees who can safely arrive to work.
How do we communicate cancellations or closures?
Decisions relating to cancellations and closures are made by 6:00am. Any cancellations and closures will be posted on our website and school websites. Information will also be available on our twitter account (@wrdsb). We encourage you to monitor our website and listen to local media for up-to-date cancellation and closures.
Parents have the option of keeping their children at home when concerned about weather conditions.
Posted February 2, 2015
Due to weather, ALL schools are CLOSED today. All Extended Day Programs are closed as well. The Education Centre is open for those who can get there safely.
Posted January 27, 2015
The 2014 Director’s Annual Report is now available! Each year, the Director is required to submit a report to the Ministry of Education, highlighting the achievements of the past year. Our Annual Report gives the local community a snap shot at what students and staff have achieved. Awards, good news stories and achievements in learning […]
Posted January 9, 2015
Due to the current weather conditions ALL SCHOOL BUSES, TAXIS AND SPECIAL EDUCATION ROUTES in Wellesley, Wilmot, Woolwich and North Dumfries Townships are cancelled for the Waterloo Region District School Board
The following schools dependent on Transportation are Closed for the Day: Floradale, Linwood, WaterlooOxford D.S.S.
ALL evening RENTAL PERMITS at these schools are CANCELLED
TRANSPORTATION IN ALL OTHER AREAS IS OPERATING AND SCHOOLS ARE OPEN.
All Extended Day Child Care programs are OPEN.
Posted December 17, 2014
We are all saddened by the tragic events that took place at Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. To show support for all those affected, we will be lowering flags at our schools, and our Education Centre, until the end of day on December 19.
Posted December 5, 2014
To mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, flags on all Ontario government buildings across the province will be flown at half-mast from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, December 6, 2014. The education centre, and schools will lower their flags at close of business on Friday, December 5, 2014 and return them […]
Posted November 20, 2014
You can watch the event live: http://www.weday.com/watch/
Posted November 17, 2014
Hope you can join us! School Council meeting is tonight at 7 pm in the library. Childcare is available. We will be talking about: a new programme coming to Prueter called ‘Tools for Life’, split classes, fundraising, formulation of a greening committee for outside of our school, a Christmas Concert Bake Sale, a Coffee Connections Parenting Group […]
Posted November 10, 2014
All families and members of the community are invited to come and honour those who have given their lives for our freedom. Our assembly will include student performances as well as traditional Remembrance Day practices. It will begin at 10:10 am in our gymnasium.
Posted October 20, 2014
On October 31 we will start our day with a marvelous costume parade of book characters. Students are busy figuring out and planning their character, costume and book for the big event! From Franklin to Flat Stanley, from farmers to frogs, and from the Paperbag Princess to Superman, all are featured in literature. Magazines and non-fiction […]