Parents

Welcome to Montcalm's Parents Page. Links to useful pages like the Attendance Reporting and the Parent Portal can be found to the right if you are using a computer and above under the "More" tab if you are viewing this from a phone or tablet. 

September News:

  • If you have not done so already this year, we ask that you check the Parent Portal to update emergency contact information and permissions for your child. 
  • Parent School Council meets for the first time this school year on September 24 in room 131. Consider joining us!
  • Grade 9 Meet the Teacher BBQ is September 13th. Please join us between 5 -7 p.m. Watch the website and TWITTER for details @MontcalmCougars.
  • There is an easier way to contact your child's teacher. Look at the Contact Us page for links to all staff emails. 
  • Our new website calendar is not fully functional yet. For a list of important events in September, check this news item.

 

Supporting Students with Prevalent Medical / Health Conditions in Schools

To ensure children with potentially life-threatening medical conditions remain safe while attending school, TVDSB requests Parents/Guardians update the necessary medical information on the Parent Portal so that an Individual Plan of Care (IPOC) for the student can be reviewed by the school’s administration. Medical conditions considered potentially life-threatening may include:

1. Asthma

2. Anaphylaxis

3. Epilepsy

4. Type 1 Diabetes

5. Any other potentially life-threatening condition that could result in a medical incident* (discuss with your school administrator)

Parents/Guardians can provide important information about their child's life-threatening or prevalent medical condition by logging into the TVDSB Parent Portal and clicking on the following tab: Student Medical Information. Once an Individual Plan of Care is submitted, the school administrator will then review the information. Parents/Guardians may be contacted for further information, if required.

Parents/Guardians who cannot access the Parent Portal on the Internet should contact the school office.

Please note that Parents/Guardians are expected to be active participants in supporting the management of the student’s prevalent medical condition(s) while the student is in school. It is the responsibility of Parents/Guardians to inform the school of such conditions to ensure the student's safety at school.

*A medical incident is a circumstance that requires an immediate response and monitoring, since the incident may progress to an emergency requiring contact with Emergency Medical Services – 911

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