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St. Edith Stein Elementary School
"To Have A Friend, You Must Be A Friend"
  • St. Edith Stein Elementary School
  • 6234 Osprey Boulevard
  • Mississauga ON, L5N 5V5
  • Phone: 905.824.5777
  • Fax: 905.824.3871
  • Principal: Michael Araman
  • Vice Principal(s):
  • Superintendent: Eric Fischer
  • Trustee:
  • Esther O'Toole (Ward 10)
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St. Edith Stein Important Updates

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On Wednesday, March 29, St. Edith Stein will join with Mississauga Traffic and Safety Council to launch the Walk to School season for 2017.  We all care about the safety and health of our children. That’s why, at St. Edith Stein, we are initiating a Walk to School campaign. With the support of the Mississauga Traffic Safety Council and Peel Health, we are encouraging students to walk to school through the School Walking Routes program.    

The objectives of this program are to:  Promote a healthy lifestyle, reduce carbon emissions and reduce the dangers of traffic congestion on the road and in the Kiss & Ride area.

With child obesity and related health issues on the rise, and a global commitment to “going green”, the School Walking Routes Program has had significant success in other local schools. Starting Wednesday, March 29th, Stein staff, as well as our Eco Team, will be wearing bright green Walk to School t-shirts. Each student who walks to school will have their Student Frequent Walker Card hole punched. When the card is completed, it is put in the Frequent Walker ballot box for our monthly draw. We hope you will encourage your child to walk to school as part of their daily routine, but especially on Wednesdays. Please check out the 2 attachments: the Traffic Safety Council newsletter and a map of our School Walking Routes. Thank you for your support.

For information about the benefits of walking/biking to school follow:  

Benefits of Walking and Biking to School

To access a route map, follow:

Stein Walking Routes

We are looking forward to seeing plenty of walkers and bikers!


Thank you to all students who participated in the Great Gulp on

Thursday, March 9, 2017



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