TDSB Celebrates Tamil Heritage Month in January

During the month of January, the Toronto District School Board is excited to be starting off the New Year by celebrating Tamil Heritage Month. This year, the chosen theme selected by the volunteer planning committee is, Vision 2020: Yengal Kathaigal – Our Stories / Vision 2020: எங்கள் கதைகள் – Our Stories. Toronto has the largest …

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Kindergarten Registration Begins in February!

Registration for all TDSB Kindergarten programs begins in February. We look forward to welcoming you and your child at our school in September!  To attend Junior Kindergarten in September, children must turn four-years-old by December 31. To register for Senior Kindergarten, children must be five-years-old by December 31. You may choose to register in person …

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2019-20 Budget

Each year, TDSB Trustees and staff work together to pass a balanced budget that best supports the achievement and well-being of all students. The TDSB’s annual operating budget is approximately $3.4 billion and we are committed to using these resources responsibly and effectively. Key discussions regarding the annual budget are scheduled for our Finance, Budget …

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Portrait of Canadian Olympic Champion Penny Oleksiak Unveiled

During the 2016 Olympic Games, Penny Oleksiak became the first Canadian to win four medals in the same Summer Games and the country’s youngest Olympic champion. She won gold in the 100m freestyle, silver in the 100m butterfly, two bronze medals in the women’s freestyle relays, and Canadian hearts everywhere. At the time, Oleksiak was also …

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February is Chinese Heritage Month at the TDSB

The Toronto District School Board is proud to recognize Chinese Heritage Month during the month of February and the theme this year is “Year of the Pig: Happy, Easy Going, Honest, Trusting, Sincere, Optimistic & Sociable.” During this month, we celebrate the energetic culture and traditions of the Chinese community with students, staff and community members …

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February is African Heritage Month at the TDSB

February is African Heritage Month at the Toronto District School Board and we’re proud to recognize the experiences, contributions and achievements of African Canadians. This year’s theme is Out of many we are one: Across differences our commonalities uplift our African heritage, culture and people. Throughout the month of February, we will highlight the many …

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Information Re: Weather-Related Cancellations/Closures

We have received a number of questions from members of our school communities about how the TDSB makes the decision to cancel buses and/or close all schools and we wanted to provide some important information that will explain the process. A number of factors are taken into consideration when deciding on the cancellation of school …

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Winter Weather and Student Transportation

From time to time, it may be necessary to cancel student transportation, classes and/or programs due to severe weather. On rare occasions, severe weather makes it necessary to close schools, administrative offices or sites.  With approximately 246,000 students in our schools and sites each day, any decision to cancel buses, classes and/or programs or to …

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