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We are deeply saddened by the tragic event that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HIgh School in Florida on February 14th. Flags are lowered across TLDSB. Our thoughts are with the victims, families, and community of Parkland, Florida. Supports … Read More

Read Every Day!

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A student who reads 20 minutes each day reads 3600 minutes in a school year and roughly 1 800 000 words.  A student who reads 5 minutes each day reads 600 minutes in a  school year and an estimated 282 … Read More

2018 Kindergarten Registration!

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Please register your child as soon as possible! What you need to bring: Child’s proof of age (e.g. birth certificate) Name and phone number of your family doctor Child’s health card number (optional) Child’s immunization record   JK students must … Read More

Early Pick-up?

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Parents, unless your child has an appointment before 3:10 pm, please refrain from interrupting the class and signing your child out early.  Teachers often recap the day and remind students what they need to bring for the following day.  Also, … Read More

Elective Forms are Due

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If you have yet to do so, please return the signed elective form with the payment ASAP! If you would like to volunteer to help with an elective, please call the office. Thank you!

We want your FSL Feedback!

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We value your feedback and want to learn more about your thoughts on French as a Second Language (FSL) programs in our schools. Your response will help us to provide excellent programming and resources for our parents and students. Please … Read More

Being Outside in Cold Weather

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Physical activity and fresh air are important in a child’s life. When we are experiencing extreme cold weather temperatures its important to plan ahead and listen to the weather forecast before sending them out to play or off to school … Read More

Learning to Count

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When children are learning to count, they like to touch, point to and move objects as they say the number aloud – so encourage them to! Have your child count toys, kitchen utensils, items of clothing as they come out … Read More

Itch’in and Scratch’in!

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Itch’in and Scratch’in!…. Today is a good day to check your child(ren) carefully for Head Lice.  Many children are in close contact with each other over the summer and, as a result, these pests spread easily.  If you do find … Read More

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