Parent Workshop Series - Learning Disabilities Association of Halton
The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton (LDAH), using a PRO Grant, has organized a number of Workshops and Parent Tool Kit Sessions.  A number of resources will also be shared with parents in attendance.



We're helping to save lives with MedicAlert No Child Without program 
Did you know that one in five Canadian children are in need of a MedicAlert ID? These children have medical conditions or allergies and are at risk every day. If something happens, they could be too shy, too scared or unable to say what's wrong. 

MedicAlert is the most trusted, most recommended medical ID service provider in Canada. For more than 55 years, MedicAlert has protected the lives of over one million Canadians by offering exclusive services to those in need. Through the No Child Without charitable program, founded by MedicAlert in 2006, students attending participating schools can receive a free MedicAlert medical ID and free MedicAlert service plan coverage until their 14th birthday. 

Rolling Meadows PS/HDSB has been participating in the MedicAlert No Child Without program since 2007 so that these lifesaving services are available to all of our students who need it, regardless of their financial situations. 

No Child Without has helped kids like 9-year-old Joshua, who bravely points to his MedicAlert ID bracelet during a seizure to tell others what's wrong. 

"It put my mind at ease that the MedicAlert bracelet meant people could help him. I never imagined that he would use his MedicAlert ID to communicate," says his proud mom, Laurie. 

Parents and guardians, please consider this program if your child lives with:

  • Anaphylaxis or severe allergy to foods, drugs or chemicals
  • Asthma, diabetes, autism, and other congenital diseases
  • Medical devices, such as insulin pump and cochlear implant
  • Medications like prednisone, insulins, and EpiPen®


Fora more comprehensive list of conditions or to simply learn more about the No Child Without program, visit nochildwithout.ca






Rolling Meadows' Bullying Prevention and Intervention Action Plan 2016-2017
Please click here to see our school's current action plan for bullying prevention and intervention.  

From HDSB Bullying Prevention and Intervention Administrative Procedure:

Definition of Bullying

Bullying means aggressive and typically repeated behaviour by

a student where,

a)  the behaviour is intended, or the student ought to know that the

behaviour would be likely to have that effect of,

  • causing fear or distress to another individual, including physical, psychological, social or academic harm, harm to the person’s reputation or property, or

  • creating a negative environment at the school for another individual, and

b) the behaviour occurs in a context where there is a real or perceived power imbalance between the pupil and the individual based on factors such as size, strength, age, intelligence, peer group power, economic status, social status, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, family circumstances, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, disability or the receipt of special education.

Bullying behaviour includes the use of any physical, verbal, electronic, written or other means. For the purposes of the definition of bullying, bullying by electronic means (commonly known as cyber-bullying), including, creating a web page or blog in which the creator assumes the identity of another person or impersonating another person as the author of content or messages posted on the internet; communicating material electronically to more than one individual or posting material on a web-site that may be accessed by one or more individuals

from Accepting Schools Act 2012

Raccoon Rabies

The Halton Region Health Department has received test results confirming cases of raccoon rabies found in skunks in Burlington. The rabies virus is spread through the saliva of an infected animal, usually entering through a bite or scratch. Halton Health Dept reminds anyone who comes into physical contact with a raccoon or other wild animal to see a physician immediately about post-exposure rabies treatment and to report the exposure to the Health Dept as soon as possible, by calling 311. 

The Health Department is reminding residents to:
  • teach children to avoid unfamiliar cats and dogs, not to touch sick or dead animals and to observe wild animals from a distance,
  • ensure dogs and cats are kept up-to-date with their rabies vaccinations, 
  • not allow pets to roam free and keep them indoors at night to prevent contact with wild animals, 
  • take pets that come in contact with a raccoon or other wild animal to a veterinarian for follow-up, 
  • not attempt to relocate wild animals. 
More information about rabies is available at www.halton.ca/rabies



HDSB Parent Involvement Committee (PIC)

Check out PIC's Twitter account. We encourage you and parent communities across the HDSB to follow PIC at @HaltonDSBPIC.  Join the conversation and become engaged parents of 21st Century learners! This is a great opportunity for all of us to connect in the digital world, share resources and the PIC activities taking place at our schools, and model positive digital interaction for our children.  

Additional PIC information can be found on HDSB's web-site page:  Parent Involvement Committee.


Your Student's Agenda 

We encourage you to take time to review the upfront pages in your student's agenda with your child.  The content is informative and can serve as a discussion opener about your student's school experiences.

The Intermediate agenda pages may be found here.


Subpages (1): School Hours and Dates