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St. Angela Merici Catholic Elementary
"Vision and Dedication"
  • St. Angela Merici Catholic Elementary
  • 83 Edenbrook Hill Drive
  • Brampton ON , L7A 2N7
  • Principal: Diana Linardic
  • Vice Principal(s): Maria Vitale

  • Superintendents: Tammy-Lynne Peel
  • Trustee: Darryl D'Souza (Brampton Ward 6)
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Parent Engagement Workshop April 22, 2021

Parent Engagement with Mante Molepo - April 22 2021.pdf

Parent Equity Workshop March 25, 2021

Father Tony Ricard Parents-Guardians Equity Workshop - Mar. 25 2021.pdf 

Revised School Year Calendar 2020-2021

Revised School Year Calendar Feb 24 2021.pdf 

Well Being Resources 

 Mental Health and Well Being Resources Jan 18 2021.pdf

Healthy Smiles Ontario Program – COVID-19 Update

The availability of Healthy Smiles Ontario programming in the Region of Peel may change over the course of the COVID-19 response. Below is the current status of program availability.

Accessing the Healthy Smiles Ontario Program

  • The Healthy Smiles Ontario program provides free dental services for eligible children 17 years old and under.
  • For more information about the Healthy Smiles Ontario program and how to apply, visit
  • Dentists in the community are currently providing routine and emergency care for eligible children.
  • Currently, parents can call the Region of Peel – Public Health at 905-799-7700 regarding:
    • The Healthy Smiles Ontario program
    • The status of their child's Healthy Smiles Ontario dental card
    • Assistance with completing the Healthy Smiles Ontario program application

Dental Screening in Schools

  • Due to COVID-19, Region of Peel – Public Health in-school dental screenings remain paused until further notice.

Region of Peel – Public Health Dental Clinics

  • Due to COVID-19, Region of Peel – Public Health dental clinics remain closed until further notice.

For more information, call the Region of Peel – Public Health at 905-799-7700.



Grade 4 parents/guardians who wish to learn more about the Extended French or wish to enroll their child in a Grade 5 Extended French program for September 2021, are invited to attend an information meeting at one of the following virtual parent evening sessions:


Extended French School RegionSession Date & TimeZoom Meeting Information


Holy Family (Caledon/Bolton)

St. Andrew (Orangeville)

St. Anne (Brampton West)

St. Jean Brebeuf (Brampton East)

St. Monica (Brampton Central)


Monday, January 18, 2021

7:00 p.m.



Zoom Meeting Link
Meeting ID: 964 3999 2672
Passcode: 8hqnLF



San Lorenzo Ruiz (Miss. Central)

St. Christopher (Miss. South)

St. Philip (Miss. Southeast)

St. Rose of Lima (Miss. North Central)

St. Therese of the Child Jesus (Miss. North)

St. Thomas More (Miss. East)


Monday January 25, 2021

7:00 p.m.


Zoom Meeting Link
Meeting ID: 985 3857 2281
Passcode: 5SAPx0

(zero not letter O)


For more information, please visit the DPCDSB Extended French Webpage or contact the appropriate Extended French School.


Applications will be available online through the DPCDSB Extended French Webpage starting 9:00 on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. The online application process involves the uploading of all completed required documents (list provided on webpage) and submitted to appropriate Extended French School Application Online Form by 3:00 on Tuesday, February 16, 2021. More information is provided at the information meeting sessions mentioned above.



Community Information Bulletin Remote and Hybrid Learning Expectations Dec 14 2020.pdf



2020 12 04_Change to single symptom screening_Letter to Parents from Peel Public Health_revised.pdf

CDS-0879 Childcare and School Screening tool_v6B.pdf


Students Transitioning September 2021 with Differing Abilities:  Information 

Information for Kindergarten Students with Differing Abilities.pdf

Kindergaten Registration for September 2021

Kindergarten registration information.pdf


COVID-19 school and child care screening tool-Oct. 1 v. 2.pdf

DPCDSB_Letter_Class Dismissal and Screening Changes-FINAL.pdf

2020-2021 School Year Calendar

2020 2021 School Year Calendar.pdf


Parent Fact Sheets for Absent and Late.pdf


School Generated Funds 2018-2019 Statement

SGF June 2019.pdf

Video on Resiliency and Technology

Tips for Reading with Your Child

Ready for Reading.htm

Mathify Information Gr 7-8

TVO Mathify_quick reference.pdf

Weather Alert and School Cancellation.pdf


Kindergarten:  Understanding Your Child's Reports - Ministry of Education




The Council of Directors of Education recognizes that "mental health disorders and difficulties are closely associated with declining academic performance."  The Journee annuelles de Santee Publique 2011 states that "children who experience a greater sense of well being are more able to learn and assimilate information in effective ways, more likely to engage in healthy and fulfilling social behaviours, more likely to invest in their own and others' well-being and in the sustainability of the planet." Well-being is not just a necessity for academic student acheivement, but also to effectively live in community, to live in solidarity, to become stewards of the earth and to fulfill our responsibilities to one another and to society.  When we are well, we are best able to serve others.  The wisdom of God tells us we need the Sabbath to rest, to reflect on God and rejuvenate.   Taking care of ourselves, teaching our children how to care for themselves,  benefits us all.  Only then can our children can grow and thrive to fulfill the plan God has for them.   


Early Years

Experts agree that the early years sets the foundation for lifelong learning, behavior, health and well-being and that early brain development is stimulated through experiences and interactions with responsive adults.  Students in the Full Day Kindergarten program will interact with both a teacher and a Designated Early Childhood Educator who will work together throughout the day to help your children learn.  During the school day children are involved in many different kinds of activities designed to help young learners explore, discover and grow.  They will have opportunities to initiate learning and play, as well as participate in more structured play-based learning under the guidance of an educator.  Research demonstrates that play-based learning leads to greater social, emotional, and academic success.  Experts recognize that play and academic work are not distinct categories for young children:  creating, doing, and learning are inextricably linked.  When children are engaged in purposeful play, they are discovering, creating, improvising, and expanding their learning.


Growth vs. Fixed Mindset

Research around mindset has recently made an impact on education.    Carol Dweck, professor at Stanford University tells us "a fixed mindset is when people believe their basic qualities, their intelligence, their talents, their abilities, are just fixed traits.  They have a certain amount, and that's that.  But other people have a growth mindset.  They believe that even basic talents and abilities can be developed over time through experience, mentorship and so on.  And these are the people who go for it.  ……They challenge themselves and grow..... In a growth mindset, challenges are exciting rather than threatening. So rather than thinking, "oh, I'm going to reveal my weaknesses," you say, "wow, here's a chance to grow."  Carol states that it is the drive and the passion to get things done that leads people to success.  So when supporting your children, present challenges as an opportunity to grow and learn.



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To maintain the safety of our Kiss and Ride we request that parents do not exit the car to let their child out.  If you wish to escort your child, please use a parking spot or park on the street in the designated parking areas. Please drive all the way up to any available spaces closest to the stop signs, avoiding leaving open spaces in front of your car to allow for multiple cars to unload at once.  Please avoid unloading or stopping your car on the bend which can block the flow of traffic.



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