Harris Mill Public School is monitored by 24 hour video surveillance. Security cameras are in operation for the safety of the students, staff and the school community and for the protection of the Upper Grand District School Board property. For additional information please contact the Principal (519-856-0309) of the school or contact the F.O.I. …
Parents/guardians are encouraged to visit www.ugdsb.ca/labour for on-going updates from the school board regarding provincial job action.
Walk to School Day is Wednesday, October 2. If you typically drive your child to school, consider walking, biking, or scootering instead. Or, park a few blocks away and walk the rest. Active transportation is good for our hearts and for the planet!
There are individuals in our school who have severe allergic reactions to scented products (including, but not limited to perfumes, colognes, aftershaves, body sprays, body lotion, essential oils, air fresheners, pot-pourri, natural/organic products with scents, etc.). Please do not wear or use any of these products in our school. Thank you …
The School Crossing Upgrades that were scheduled to be completed have been delayed. Work began on both crossings earlier this week; however the Ministry of Transportation has not yet given up a new completion date. For the safety of the students and their families, the Township of Guelph/Eramosa …
The Orange Shirt Day movement started in 2013 to highlight the pain and suffering of thousands of Indigenous children who were sent to residential school throughout the last century. The colour of the shirt is connected to the experience of Phyllis Webstad who was sent to Cariboo Residential School near Williams Lake, …
DID YOU KNOW? You can send ANY brand of used/dried up marker (including dry erase and hi-lighter) into the school for recycling? Your child can talk to the teacher and add markers to our used marker bin that will be sent back to Crayola in their colour cycle marker recycling program. …
Creating a Culture of Privacy
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EVERYONE TO PROTECT STUDENTS’ PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
All parents, guardian, and visitors to the school are reminded that the privacy of all our students must be maintained at all times. We are ultimately responsible for the safety and security …
I have really enjoyed meeting so many families as they visit the school. This is a reminder that we ask all visitors to enter the building through the main front door, check in at the office, sign the visitors’ book and pick up a visitor’s badge. We work to keep classroom interruptions …
The Township of Guelph/Eramosa is pleased to announce the installation of two NEW Pedestrian Crossovers located on Main Street South and Alma Street in Rockwood. These Pedestrian Crossovers are being funded and installed by the Ministry of Transportation. The Crossovers will replace the existing School Crossings located on …
Harris Mill Bell Times 2019-2020
*please note the flipped recess
1st Nutrition Break
Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions
UGDSB Policy 518: Students with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions, outlines the roles and responsibilities for all in the educational community to support students with possible life-threatening medical conditions. The prevalent medical conditions covered under this policy are Asthma, Anaphylaxis, Diabetes and Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders. If your child has one of these, or …
Welcome back to school!
We continue to see challenges with parking around some schools throughout the board.
We would like to remind all new and …