16 schools closed with 430 infected kids and teachers due to COVID-19 in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon


Published April 1, 2021 at 7:20 pm


COVID-19 has now forced the closure of 16 schools across Peel (Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon), with more than 400 students and staff infected by the virus.

As well, 18 other schools remain open but are experiencing an outbreak of the virus.

The latest data from both the Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board shows COVID continues to wreak havoc due to infections and the inability to find replacement teachers when regular staff is forced to go home and isolate.

And, as has been shown time and again, COVID-19 does not discriminate as schools have been shut down across Peel Region, although most of the closures are in Mississauga.

Where the split occurs is in the number of cases as the public board currently has 311 students and staff infected and the Catholic board has 119 infections. In total, 430 students and staff from schools in Peel Region have COVID-19.

The worst hit schools are those in Brampton with Lorenville Public School having 18 cases and W.G. Davis Public School with 11.

Here is a list of schools that are closed:


  • Father Danial Zanon Catholic Elementary School, Hillcrest Ave.
  • Holy Cross Catholic Elementary School, Morning Star Dr.
  • San Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic Elementary School, Barondale Dr.
  • St. Therese of the Child Jesus Catholic Elementary School, Forest Park Dr.
  • St. Thomas More Catholic Elementary School, Tomken Rd.
  • St. Veronica Catholic Elementary School, Novo Star Dr.
  • Britannia Public School, Swinbourne Dr.
  • Levi Creek Public School, Samuelson Cir.
  • Shelter Bay Public School, Shelter Bay Rd.
  • Springfield Public School, The Credit Woodlands
  • Stanley Mills Public School, Sunny Meadow Blvd.


  • St. Daniel Comboni Catholic Elementary School, Veterans Dr.
  • Claireville Public School, Gallucci Cres.
  • Lorenville Public School, Lorenville Dr.
  • W. G. Davis Sr. Public School, Bartley Bull Pkwy.


  • St. John the Baptist Catholic Elementary School, Landsbridge St.

Meanwhile, Peel Public Health has released its own data which shows that outbreaks of COVID-19 are occurring in some schools that have not been closed. Generally, the criteria used to determine an outbreak centres on uncontrolled transmission of the virus, and not the number of cases.

Here is the list of schools the health department currently lists as undergoing an outbreak: 


  • Oscar Peterson Public School Perennial Dr.
  • St. Marcellinus Secondary School, Courtneypark Dr.
  • Nahani Way Public School, Nahani Way
  • Olive Grove Private School, Speakman Dr.
  • Springfield Public School, The Credit Woodlands
  • Cooksville Creek Public School, Salishan Cir.
  • Philopateer Private Christian College, Mississauga Rd.
  • Forest Glen Public School, Ponytrail Dr.
  • ISNA Private Islamic School, South Sheridan Way
  • St. Timothy School Catholic Elementary School, Cliff Rd.
  • École Élémentaire Catholique René-Lamoureux, Meadows Blvd.
  • EIC Sainte Famille Mississauga, Meadowvale Blvd.
  • St Sofia Catholic Elementary School, Havenwood Dr.


  • Castle Oaks Public School, Castle Oaks Cross
  • Somerset Dr. Public School, Somerset Dr.
  • Eastborne Dr. Public School, Eastborne Dr.
  • St. Augustine Secondary School, Drinkwater Rd.


  • Southfields Village Public School, Learmont Ave. 
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