Publications by SCDSB
The SCDSB produces a variety of publications for students, parents and the community. Sharing Simcoe is our system-wide staff newsletter that highlights good news stories about our staff, students and our schools. The newsletter is published several times annually, and is distributed to our schools and learning centres. Other publications include special education, accessibility, kindergarten and school programs, safety, and energy conservation.
Emergency Info Hotline
The SCDSB Emergency Information Hotline can be reached at 1-877-728-1187. This hotline provides parents, the community and the media with updates on emergency situations or issues that may arise in our schools or education facilities.
PLEASE NOTE: The Emergency Information hotline does not provide information regarding bus cancellations or school closures due to inclement weather. Parents and the community should visit this web site or tune in to their local media outlet for this information.
SCDSB News & Events
Cancellations, latest news on schools, events, and examples of building a brighter future. We invite you to check our news release section regularly for the latest information about people, programs, announcements, issues and events in the Simcoe County District School Board. News releases and responses to media inquiries are co-ordinated through our Communications Department at (705) 734-6363, ext 11241.
SCDSB Schools in Simcoe County
School search, kindergarten registration, Early Learning Program, Child Care Centres list, School Calendars, EQAO, community use of facilities, student transportation, class size, Newcomer Welcome Centre, and school councils.
With 88 elementary schools, 16 secondary schools, and 7 learning centres, Simcoe County District School Board is home to approximately 50,000 students. Our schools and learning centres are located throughout 4,800 beautiful square kilometres in Simcoe County. This south-central Ontario setting bordered by the Holland Marsh in the south, the Trent-Severn Waterway in the east, Blue Mountain in the west and Muskoka in the north is known for its friendly mix of urban and rural communities and superb natural recreational facilities.
Access the Student Portal via Student Street! Plus find information on Specialist High Skills Major, dual credits, co-op and experiential learning, Ontario Youth Apprenticeship (OYAP), guidance and career education, course Selection, student resources, student trustees, athletics, codes of conduct, and community involvement.
Our quality public education system thrives on community support. Parents are key partners in the education process and the support of parents and guardians is closely linked to academic achievement. Find out how parents and guardians can help students.