To recognize and celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Indigenous Peoples to Canada, TCDSB Elementary and Secondary students of Indigenous descent are invited to create a poster that is inspired by the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Seven Grandfather Teachings, demonstrating their mutual connections and unique understandings. More information.
Parent Opportunity: How to talk to your child(ren) about race and racism. Thurs., Feb 8, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. 5050 Yonge St – Boardroom. All parents of African Descent are invited to this event called “#thetalk”. Read more.
African Heritage Month is an occasion to recognize and celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Peoples of African Descent to Canada and the world. During the month of February 2018, the Toronto District School Board will hold a variety of events to celebrate the rich heritage of the people and nations of Africa and the African Diaspora.
Les activités de la Chambre que nous Ouvrir offrirons à 37 de nos écoles élémentaires entre le 23 Janvier et 15 Février. Read more.
January is Tamil Heritage Month. Find out about the Tamil Heritage Month Celebration Event here.
People for Education have developed key insights for including more skills and competencies into Ontario’s education system. Read more.
Durham District School Board is helping Grade 8 students make more informed choices about their Grade 9 courses. Read more.
School guidance counsellors ‘stretched’ amid rising mental health needs. Learn more.
Learn more about the repairs needed for TDSB schools here.
The TDSB is reviewing recommendations of the Enhancing Equity Task Force Report and will be reporting on proposed directions and next steps. Read more.
The Toronto District School Board’s Parent Involvement Advisory Committee (PIAC) along with the Middle Childhood Matters Coalition, invite all TDSB parents/guardians to take part in this annual one-day conference.
Attendees will have the opportunity to make connections with other parents/guardians and community organizations, while participating in informative and empowering workshops on a wide range of topics related to parenting, student learning, and school councils.
Keynote speaker is internationally acclaimed speaker, educator and author Dr. Stuart Shanker.
FREE registration includes light breakfast, lunch, childminding, translation services, transportation, workshops, keynote address, and information marketplace. (Child-minding, interpretation and busing are available through online registration only.)
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Earl Haig Secondary School, 100 Princess Avenue, North York
Register online here before Monday November 20.