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Posted On Thursday, 22 July, 2021

Local public health units are reminding parents and guardians that 12- to 17-year-olds must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination by Saturday, July 24 to ensure they are eligible for their second dose and be fully vaccinated by Labour Day – just in time for school.
Contact your local public health unit for more information.
Southwestern Public Health (Elgin and Oxford Counties)
Book online at  www.covidvaccineLM.ca
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Posted On Monday, 19 July, 2021

Thames Valley high schools are getting ready to offer students entering Grade 9 next year a sneak peek into the secondary school experience with the Board’s free, two-day High School, Here I Come!  program.
Last year, a record 3,000 students enrolled in the popular program that offers tips, hints and skills for new students, says Program Supervisor Paul MacGregor, who expects strong enrolment this summer.
He encourages parents to enrol their children now...

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Posted On Monday, 05 July, 2021

The mental health and wellness of TVDSB students is important to us. Mental health professionals are available to provide well-being check-ins, consult or assist with accessing resources throughout the summer.
Call 548-486-5188 Monday to Friday (9am - 4pm) or email us tvdsbcares@tvdsb.ca . This service is not available on weekends or holidays.
If you are in an immediate crisis, locate your local crisis supports on our Mental Health and Well-Being webpage .

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Posted On Monday, 28 June, 2021

Dear Thames Valley Students, Staff, Families and Community: 
The 2020-2021 school year has been a challenging and life-changing year for Thames Valley students, families, and staff. 
In the face of a public health crisis, we worked side-by-side to support student learning in the safest way possible. We responded to adversity with incredible courage, resilience, and hard work.
We have not just persevered. 
We have emerged stronger, more united, and...

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Posted On Friday, 25 June, 2021

Thames Valley’s thoughts go out to Cowessess First Nation and Indigenous Peoples following the announcement of 751 unmarked graves on the grounds of the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan. This is another reminder of the truth about the genocide against Indigenous Peoples.
In recognition of the 751 who lost their lives, flags at the Education Centre and all Thames...

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