Here is the March issue of our usually print Newspaper…
Please see the TDSB main web site for updates.
Now that March Break is over, if you have missed Principal Mack’s eblasts, please see the archives at: https://ntci.on.ca/main-office/mailing-lists/mail-archives/
- Public Health Agency of Canada : https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html
- Ontario Ministry of Health: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus
- Toronto Public Health: www.toronto.ca/coronavirus
- World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
- Mon. Jan. 27
- Grade 10 AUD workshop (p.1)
- Grade 11 AUD workshop (p.2)
- 5th year meeting at lunch in 224
- Charity Week Ends Today (with extended lunch)
- School Council Meeting – 7:30 – Cannabis and Teenagers: Latest data on the effects of cannabis in young adults – risks to mental health and cognition. Presenting Dr. Ruth Ross, Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the University of Toronto.
- Tues. Jan 28 – Staff Meeting cancelled, LATE START CANCELLED
- Wed. Jan. 29
- Grade 9 AUD workshop (p.1)
- Thurs. Jan. 30
- make-up workshop for any students who were absent on Monday or Tuesday (p. 1) AUD
- Fri. Jan. 31 – Course Carousel – see special schedule
WE ARE CURRENTLY HAVING DIFFICULTY WITH THE WEBSITE EMAIL LISTS.
Many emails are bouncing causing the removal of emails from the parent’s mailing list. You may re-subscribe to the list, but you may find your email unsubscribed after the next bulletin. The Weekly Bulletin will also be sent via the TDSB mail system (therefor you may receive 2 copies). Missed Bulletins may be read here: https://email@example.com/.
Change of Location for Trustee Laskin’s ward forum:
Please join the North Toronto community on Tuesday November 26 at 6:30pm at Forest Hill CI for Trustee Shelley Laskin’s ward forum. Topics will include the TDSB’s revised long-term Program & Accommodation strategy with a presentation and discussion lead by Dan Castaldo, senior manager of planning. The goal of the evening is to put the planning and development conversation regarding the Y/E area in context, discuss enrollments and system changes.
Please access the link below for further information:
The School Council meeting, scheduled for November 25th, is cancelled to accommodate a discussion taking place in the auditorium from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with City Councillors Josh Matlow about neighbourhood development and safety concerns. Please join us there!
(updated November 22)
RED AND GREY SPORTS RESULTS
- 9:30 Field Hockey (NT 1-0)
- 10:45 Field Hockey (NT 2-0)
- 12:00 Soccer (NT 7-0)
- 12:30 Basketball (NT 48 – 43)
- 2:00 Football (NT 20 – 20 Birchmount)
- 2:15 Senior Volleyball (NT won in 2 sets over NSS)
- 3:30 Junior Volleyball (NT won over NSS)
- 4:00 Girls’ Ultimate Frisbee (NT 5 – 3)
See the NT School Song Videos:
Download the pdf here: NT FAIR 2019
The following was sent to all TDSB families on October 3rd:
As you are aware, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) announced that its members will take further job action on Monday, October 7, 2019, if a new collective agreement is not reached through negotiations with the province and the Council of Trustees Associations. The new job action will be a full withdrawal of services, which is otherwise known as a strike or a walk-out. Over 18,000 employees will not be at work for the duration of the strike, which is almost half of the Toronto District School Board’s employees. Most of these employees work in schools.
Please click here to see the fully formatted pdf letter: Ward 8 Letter Laskin-Chasty
Below is the full text of the letter:
Toronto District School Board
Trustee Shelley Laskin
Ward 8, Eglinton-Lawrence & Toronto-St Paul’s
For those of you who have not met me yet, let me introduce myself. I am your local school trustee. I am your link with the Toronto District School Board, which governs Toronto’s public schools. As your elected representative, I make decisions with the rest of the trustees on the Board and act as your advocate and “sounding board,” should the need arise. We are, more than ever, focused on ensuring that all students have access to the programs, opportunities and supports needed to reach high levels of achievement and well-being.
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