What to Expect, Choices etc… at TDSB
To help you make an informed decision when choosing a school, TDSB schools host open houses and information nights for parents and students each year between October and January. Learn everything you need to know about our incredible variety of schools, programs and courses.
To see the calendar, click here.
TDSB’s new Parent Resource Website is full of useful information, including the school year calendar, parent concern protocol, information on supporting your child and more.
Click here for website.
People for Education identified four key things that parents can do to support their children. These four things not only support students’ academic success – they also support the development of the key areas they need for success in school and in life. And, it can be done at home!
Workshops and Orientation Sessions are available:
June is Pride Month 2018 at the TDSB! It’s an opportunity to celebrate diversity and raise awareness among all staff and students about the rich culture and history of our LGBTQ community.
Here are some of the things we’re doing in TDSB to recognize Pride Month 2018:
- Sharing curriculum resources with all schools
- Encouraging all schools to raise the Pride flag on their flag pole or hang in the school
- Join the Pride flag raising at 5050 Yonge at 4 pm on Wednesday, June 6 – Everyone is welcome!
- Celebrating the winners of the Director’s Gay-Straight Alliance Awards (applications remain open until June 8th)
- Participating in the city’s Toronto PRIDE 2018 Parade on Sunday, June 24 – Everyone is welcome!
Please visit www.tdsb.on.ca/pride to learn more about these activities and find out how you can get involved.
TDSB’s downtown gem Beverley School launched a new book called My World, Your world and Our World In Between. Following the success of the book Beverley stories and art work of an exceptional school, students, parents, staff, and community at Beverley School were encouraged to continue to tell more stories.
My World, Your world and Our World In Between is dedicated to those who support and live with disabilities and have listened and heard all the stories. “It is for those who have learned through joy and sadness that life can be beautiful no matter what challenges you may have.” Read more.