HDSB and Community Connections


Technology & You Tip of the Month:

It's always a good time to brush up on online safety tips by checking out the HDSB's Technology & You resources on the HDSB website (www.hdsb.ca) search: Technology & You, or search #TECHandU on Twitter for technology tips.

Directors Cut:

​​​Director’s Cut is a video series bringing you big-picture, Board-wide stories about the innovative and engaging activities and practices taking place in our schools, classrooms, and work spaces. We will explore broad educational themes that reflect the important and creative learning taking place in schools every day. Connect to the Directors Cut

Community Connections

Public Health Links:

ROCK (Reach out Centre for Kids)

Rock has put together some resources to help support kids and for families during this uncertain time of Covid-19.

Reminder that Halton Women’s Place as well as SAVIS do presentations on relationships, sexual harassment, appropriate to the age group.

We’re a community collaborative who connect, support & engage families who are impacted by a child/youth’s mental health struggles.

Halton Information Providers (HIP) help connect people to social and community services available in Halton.

Easy, online access to Halton programs, services and information for families with children of all ages.

Parents for Children's Mental Health

Are you the parent or caregiver of a child or youth with mental health or behavioural challenges?

Support is available at Parents for Children's Mental Health Georgetown Chapter

Halton Hills Public Library:

Study Rooms: You can book a room to study in alone or work as a group

Bookable Library Technology: Chromebooks, Laptops, Headphones and Charging cables are available for use in the library

Computer Workstations: Computers and printing are available

Free Wi-Fi is available in the library, or you can get on the waitlist for a mobile hotspot to take home

Talk to a Librarian: email us at askus@haltonhills.ca, phone 905-873-2681, send us a message through our chat service or come in to your local branch and visit us in person

LinkedIn Learning/Lynda.com: lots of courses for online learning

Databases: great research resources like Canadian Points of View, Kids InfoBits and Canadian Reference Centre

My Next Read: fill out a form on our website and get a personalized list of book recommendations.

Please visit www.hhpl.on.ca more information.

There is a lot going on at the Library Check out their calendar here for online activities while we are social distancing. Follow them on instagram: @HaltonHillsPL