Trillium Lakelands District School Board acknowledges that these lands and waters are the traditional homeland of the Ojibway (Oh-jib-way) Nations and the Huron (Hur-on)/Wendat (When-dat) Nation, and now includes communities from the Mohawk Nation, the Pottawatomi (Pot-a-watt-a-me) Nation and the Metis (May-tee) Nation of Ontario.
Under the One Dish With One Spoon Treaty, the Haudenosaunee (Hoden-oh-show-nee) Confederacy and the Anishinaabe (An-ish-i-na-bay) Peoples agreed to share and care for this territory for the benefit of future generations. We acknowledge their stewardship throughout the ages.
For the month of December, every Wednesday, bring a litterless lunch to collect house points. Do your part to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Attention all sled heads!!!!
Do you need to get your sled license for this upcoming sled season? Do you already have your sled licence or G license? You can still participate in this full day sled safety workshop? On Friday, Dec. 6, we will have 2 trainers from the Snowbomber snowmobile club delivering training, we will have a member of the OPP SAVE team here to deliver sled safety information and the CN police to deliver safety information for around the railways. The day will end with a trainer from Georgian College delivering a hands-on component in the shop where students will be able to change sled belts and plugs and learn general maintenance tips.
Students must sign up in advance in the office. If you want to get your sled licence, the cost for the entire day and your licence is $40. If you want to participate in the day but already have your licence, then the cost is just $5. Please bring your money and sign up in the office. For more information, please see Ms. Sargent –
Bus 323 is running approximately 30 minutes late due to a road closure.