School News


posted Nov 4, 2019, 12:07 PM by Lisa Turbitt

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION - AP Program - Milton District HS

Please see the documents outlining our application process for the coming school year. 

 You can also direct them to the AP section of our website:

In addition, on Nov 14 there will be a Grade 7 and 8 Parent Night, one of the breakout sessions will be directly addressing the AP Program Application Process.

Dec 6 is the deadline for all applications





Chapters/Indigo - Adopt A School

posted Sep 16, 2019, 6:53 AM by Lisa Turbitt

An amazing way to support our Library! We have been officially adopted through Chapters/Indigo Milton.
Please check out our Adopt A School page if you would like to donate.

Terry Fox Run - Thursday September 26

posted Aug 30, 2019, 9:13 AM by Lisa Turbitt

Chris Hadfield Public School will be participating in this year's Terry Fox School Run for cancer research on Thursday, September 26 during Period 2. 
We are proud to continue the legacy of one of our country’s greatest heroes. We hope you will join us and support this wonderful cause by donating to our Terry Fox School Run fundraising page at: 
Thank you! The future of cancer research has never looked brighter! #terryfoxliveshere @theterryfoxfoundation #terryfoxschoolruns

Our Community Garden - Thank you to Saliba Family Greenhouse on 8th Line

posted May 28, 2019, 7:56 AM by Lisa Turbitt

Look at our Garden! Many hands were outside yesterday working in our Community Garden yesterday. What an amazing day. 
Classes will be busy for the next month doing Inquiry in the Garden and outside on our school grounds.
Families interested in working in the garden during the summer can see details below. 

A  SPECIAL THANK YOU to Saliba Family Greenhouse on 8th Line for their generous donations of plants for our garden. They look AMAZING!
We greatly appreciate your support.

The Chris Hadfield School Community

Warm Weather and Tick Precautions

posted May 28, 2019, 7:37 AM by Lisa Turbitt

Warm Weather and Tick Precautions

The warm weather brings an increase in the activity level of adult ticks across Halton Region. Information from the Halton Region website  provides recommendations for anyone taking part in outdoor activities in wooded areas or fields with long grassy areas, in order to minimize and detect exposure to ticks.


  • light-coloured clothing, so it’s easier to see ticks

  • closed-toed shoes

  • long-sleeved shirts

  • long pants, tucked into your socks

After being outdoors, check for ticks on yourself and your children. Look:

  • behind your knees

  • on your head

  • in your belly button

  • in your groin area

  • in your underarm area

  • on the back of your body – use a mirror, or ask someone to check for you

Should you find a tick on you or your child, please follow these steps to remove and submit the tick to Halton Region for testing.

For further information about ticks in the area, and how you can limit exposure to ticks near your home, please visit the Halton Region website.

Chris Hadfield - Eco-Hawks

posted May 16, 2019, 11:39 AM by Lisa Turbitt

Chris Hadfield Eco-Hawks
We are trying for the 6th year in a row to be a Platinum Ontario EcoSchool!
Read about all we are doing to make our school more sustainable. 

Math Tutoring

posted Mar 27, 2019, 10:36 AM by Lisa Turbitt

See attached PDF for more information about Math Tutoring

Headed to High School? - Pathways Planning Evenings

posted Jan 9, 2019, 12:25 PM by Lisa Turbitt

Technology and You

posted Dec 6, 2018, 7:22 AM by Lisa Turbitt

Cyber security is the gift everyone needs. Whether you give or receive a new gadget this holiday season, be cyber safe. To learn more about the importance of being safe online, visit the Halton District School Board's Technology & You resources at (Search: Technology & You) or follow #TECHandU on Twitter.

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