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Parent Information


The Durham District School Board and Community Partners are committed to making our schools safe for students and staff.  As a result the Board will respond appropriately to all student behaviours that pose a potential risk to other students, staff and members of the community.  It is hoped that support for early identification and intervention measures by Durham District School Board and Community Partners will prevent school violence.


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Boundaries for Unnamed Brooklin Secondary School


Please click on the PDF below to view a map of the boundaries for the Unnamed Brooklin Secondary School.


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Allergies and Anaphylaxis


As in most schools in Durham, Chris Hadfield P.S. is an "Allergy Alert" environment with respect to nuts and nut products. To further clarify, dairy products will not be banned from the school however; there will be some accommodations in place.  We will do our best to reduce risks, and through education and prevention, keep our children safe. Please call or send an email if you have any questions. Thank your for your support.


Report Bullying Now!
The Durham District School Board works with its school communities to prevent bullying in our schools.  Bullying is unacceptable.
Report Bullying Now was created to provide students, parents and community members the opportunity to report bullying at their school through the internet.
All DDSB school websites and the board's site now have a button on them which reads "Report Bullying Now."
Anyone can click on the link found on the main page and report bullying.  It will appear as the image below.    
At Chris Hadfield Public School, we are committed to providing a positive school environment for everyone.  Our staff implement a number of proactive strategies to prevent incidences of bullying.  If bullying does occur, it is important that it is reported to school staff.  The sooner trusted adults intervene in a situation, the more quickly it can be resolved.


Students are encouraged to speak to their teacher, vice-principal or principal whenever they feel threatened or unsafe.  Students and parents may also report bullying using the Report Bullying Now button.


We thank everyone in our school community for working together to stop bullying now.  Our website address is


No Child Without
Free MedicAlert Membership for Students at Our School
The Canadian MediAlert Foundation has developed a program to protect children and provide school officials with the help they need to address concerns about students living with chronic medical conditions, allergies or special needs.
This program is called No Child Without.  It was developed to ensure children across Canada from Junior Kindergarten up to their 14th birthday receive MedicAlert protection at no cost to the parent, school or Board of Education.  The program follows the child should they move to another school in Canada.  There is a significant benefit to the school because No Child Without blends in with the school's safety plan and illustrates the importance of children's health and safety.
As a national charitable organization, MedicAlert has been protecting people for 45 years through customized medical identification.  Over one million Canadians have chosen MedicAlert to provide them with portection and peace of mind in case of a medical emergency.
During the school day, studens can come in contact with up to five adults responsible for their care and safety.  Before and after school programs, recess, lunch and the classroom are often the responsibility of different individuals.
In case of a medical emergency, children can be the most vulnerable because they are often too young, too aftraid or too hurt to express themselves.  That is why parents often feel better knowing their children's MedicAlert identification can speak for them if they're not around.
The program is being funded by the Canadian MedicAlert Foundation, Lions Clubs across Canada, grants from the government of Canada and corporate and local businesses.
Students receive a choice of a bracelet or necklet listing their medical conditions, allergies and/or medications with their identification number, a wallet card, access to the 24 Hour Emergency Hotline, notification of personal emergency contacts at the time of emergency and a follow-up with parents after the emergency call is made to the Hotline.
No Child Without brochures can be obtanined from the school office.  If you choose to participate in the program, contact MedicAlert directly after obtaining the brochure.  Your child's MedicAlert identification and wallet card will be sent to you within three to four weeks.
If your child is already a member of MedicAlert, call MedicAlert directly to transfer your child to the No Child Without program.
Visit to learn more about the program.




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