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 &
Well-Being Resources

Mental health and well-being support and resources are available for students and parents/guardians.


Mental Health & Well-Being Resources

Have Your Say Survey

The HDSB engagement survey Have Your Say is available from March 28 - April 21, 2022. Students are asked to complete the survey during school time and we invite parents/guardians to complete the parent/guardian survey when you have time.


Your feedback and support is integral to the success of students. Your participation in the Have Your Say survey will help us identify opportunities to improve schools and ensure student achievement and well-being are at the centre of everything we do.


Visit haveyoursay.hdsb.ca to take the survey now.


The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The parent/guardian survey is available in seven additional languages (Arabic, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Urdu) and is completely anonymous, with individual responses grouped together for analysis.

The HDSB is committed to sharing the results of this engagement survey with the community. A summary of what we hear from parents/guardians, students and staff will be shared by Fall 2022.


Thank you for participating in this survey to provide us with information to support school and system improvement planning.




Options for 2022/23

Students have the option to learn in-person or remotely in the 2022-2023 school year. If you require the Remote Learning Model, complete the Remote Learning Registration Form by April 3. Learn about HDSB Learning Models for 2022-2023 and access the form: https://bit.ly/3tA6TNu


Learning Models for 2022-2023 school year

All Ontario school boards will provide the option for students to learn in-person or remotely/virtually in the 2022-2023 school year. While we encourage all students to plan to attend school in person, we are writing to provide information for students who would like to register for the Remote Learning Model for the 2022-2023 school year.

All HDSB students have been registered at their home school (in-person) for the 2022-2023 school year, including students currently in remote (virtual) schools. If your child will be attending school in person, there is no further action required. If your child requires the Remote Learning Model for the 2022-2023 school year, complete the Remote Learning Registration Form by Sunday, April 3.


For information about the HDSB Learning Models for the 2022-2023 school year, and to access the Remote Learning Registration Form, visit the Learning Models 2022-2023 School Year on the HDSB website.


If you have questions or concerns, please contact the main office at the school.


From The Welcome Centre - New Student Registrations for 2022-2023


It's that time of the year when queries about student registrations will start filling your inbox! Please use this online tool if you or your office team is unsure about where a student registration should occur (i.e. at the home school or at the Welcome Centre). Please also consider adding this online tool (call it "Where Do I Register") to your school website as many families' first stop at your school is virtual!



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Calling all three-year olds! Starting school is a big step for children and parents/guardians, and the HDSB wants to make that transition as smooth as possible. This fall, 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.

  • Registration for Kindergarten begins in January 2022 and will be by appointment only (in-person and/or virtual) through the school your child will attend. Further information will be shared in the new year. To begin Kindergarten in September 2022, children must be four years old by Dec. 31, 2022 for Year 1 Kindergarten and must be five years old by Dec. 31, 2022 for Year 2 Kindergarten.

  • 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 sign-up to receive a welcome package from the HDSB including a free children’s book.


  • Have Your Say Survey

  • The HDSB engagement survey Have Your Say is available from March 28 - April 21, 2022. Students are asked to complete the survey during school time and we invite parents/guardians to complete the parent/guardian survey when you have time.


  • Your feedback and support is integral to the success of students. Your participation in the Have Your Say survey will help us identify opportunities to improve schools and ensure student achievement and well-being are at the centre of everything we do.


  • Visit haveyoursay.hdsb.ca to take the survey now.


  • The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The parent/guardian survey is available in seven additional languages (Arabic, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Urdu) and is completely anonymous, with individual responses grouped together for analysis.

  • The HDSB is committed to sharing the results of this engagement survey with the community. A summary of what we hear from parents/guardians, students and staff will be shared by Fall 2022.


  • Thank you for participating in this survey to provide us with information to support school and system improvement planning.


  • Additional information including Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found at haveyoursay.hdsb.ca/faqs. If you have questions about the survey, please email haveyoursay@hdsb.ca.

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Healthy Student Snack Bags - Halton Food for Thought

When we feed students nutritious food, we are offering them their best chance for success. We want students to reach their full potential and lead healthy, active lives.


Halton Food for Thought, in partnership with Food for Life, is providing Halton Elementary and Secondary students, nutritious food to fuel their learning, whether they are learning in school or from home!

Weekly HFFT Healthy Student Snack Bags:

  • Consist of a minimum of 3 healthy snacks per student per school day,

  • Include both perishable and non-perishable foods i.e., fresh fruit, granola bar, yogurt.

  • Are universal in nature,

  • no fee or registration required.


For more information including a list of HFFT Healthy Snack Bag distribution locations CLICK HERE.

More than ever, Halton students need access to nutritious food to fuel a full day of learning.

Together we #FeedTheirFuture!


To help support student success, please consider volunteering with, or donating to Halton Food for Thought.



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