Posted September 21, 2015
Just a reminder to call the attendance line (519-570-8087 x 3384#) if your child is going to be away. Please do not call the teachers mailbox to leave the message as they do not always get a chance to check before school starts, and we will have to call you anyway. We start making calls […]
Posted September 18, 2015
Peanut/Nut Safe School We appreciate your co-operation in ensuring your children do not bring nut or peanut products in their lunches/snacks. We have children at Highland who experience anaphylactic reactions which are life threatening. Thank you.
Posted September 8, 2015
Please be sure to talk with your children about after school dismissal procedures. They should know who they are meeting and where they are to meet them. It helps to make sure the students are safe at the end of the day, and it helps staff direct them on where to go. We appreciate your […]
Posted September 18, 2014
A substitute peanut butter product is being marketed to consumers as a safe alternative for children to bring to schools in place of peanut butter. The Waterloo Region District School Board asks that parents refrain from including these kinds of products in your child’s lunches or snacks. These products tend to look, taste, and smell […]
Posted August 28, 2014
Highland Public School is pleased to announce that we have been approved for a Kiss N’ Ride Program. This is to alleviate the parking, drop off and safety concerns that we have had in our parking lot and at the front of the school. Parents are asked to not park in the parking lot, but […]
Posted April 24, 2014
The school board mandated Safe Welcome Program will start at Highland on May 5th. All exterior doors will be locked. Visitors to the school will use the intercom system at the front door to request entrance into the school. Extended day program parents will use the intercom at the extended day program entrance before and […]
Posted January 28, 2014
Our neighbours are concerned about parking in no parking areas on neighbouring streets and blocking of people’s driveways. The by-law department of the city has been informed. There is a risk of tickets being issued.