Possible Bus Driver Strike (First Student - Markham Division)
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The Toronto District School Board and Toronto Catholic District School Board are experiencing school bus delays. In particular, parents of students who use Attridge Transportation, Wheelchair Accessible Transit or Sharp Bus Lines should expect significant delays and the possibility that some buses may not be running due to an unanticipated bus driver shortage. We are working to fix this issue as soon as possible.
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Letter to Parents/Guardians of Students Affected by School Bus Disruptions

Welcome to Broadlands Public School

We look forward to another fantastic year with your child(ren) at Broadlands!  

We thank you for your patience during the school bus disruptions, affecting school transportation for our students.  Some buses may still be 5-10 minutes late.  Parents - to check on the status of a late bus, please go to this website: https://www.torontoschoolbus.org/school-bus-delays/

Outdoor Learning Centre
Our Outdoor Learning Centre is open and ready fro students.  We will be organizing a tree/shrub planting day in the fall of 2016.  Thank you to the generosity of our Broadlands' community - our fundraising goal has been reached!

Parking Signs on Broadlands Blvd
The city has installed parking signs in front of the school.  There is no parking in the dedicated 'Bus Safety Zone' between the bus entrance and exit between 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Additional parking has been added both on the west and east sides of the school. Please remember to park in designated areas. Thank you for following all parking rules.  We want to ensure that our school is safe for our community!

Broadlands Kiss & Ride Program

With the cooperation of Officer Neil, our Community Liaison Police Officer, Broadlands has started a Kiss n’ Ride in front of our school.   Parent volunteers meet cars just West of the bus loop entrance, and our Grade 6 Safety Patrol students escort students to their playground.  This helps to keep the traffic flow moving and to reduce/eliminate the need for cars to park, either in front of the school or in the parking lot.   We need two more parent volunteers one day a week from 8:15-8:30 a.m. to ensure that the Kiss & Ride will take place every day.  If you are available, please contact M Duwyn.  We do want to ensure that we keep the area around our school as safe as possible for our community.  A new Green Kiss & Ride sign has been added to the area, which reads "STUDENT PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF AREA"  

A few reminders:

· Pull up as far west as you can in the Kiss n’ Ride area to let other cars in

· Please be respectful of our neighbours: do not block, park or turn around in their driveways.

- Please avoid making a 3 point turn in the bus loop entrance or exit; try Coral Cove Crescent to circle around if you are coming from the east ( please respect the signs and park on only one side of the street as posted)

- Please avoid using the school parking lot for drop offs, start to make use of the Kiss 'n Ride!

· Please leave a few minutes earlier as we all adjust to the changes

Program Area Review for Broadlands
Our students follow a pathway in French Immersion from Broadlands to Windfields to York Mills.  Meetings are being organized to review over and under enrollment at these schools and other schools in our area.  More information is available here.  We will update you with more information as it is available. 
PART Community Notice.pdf

Hallowe’en Safety Tips
Hallowe’en is a big event at schools and provides opportunities for student creative activities, art programs and impromptu history lessons. Hallowe’en is also a time for students, parents and schools to take extra care to ensure safety and security. For that reason, no imitation weapons are to be brought to school. Staff members will remind children that not everyone celebrates Hallowe’en. For those who do, the following reminders are for students who choose to bring a costume:
• Costumes, if worn, should be put on in the afternoon (students who go home for lunch may return wearing a costume. SK students may wear or bring a costume in the morning
• No masks or face covering are to be worn
We want to ensure that Hallowe'en is a safe day for all!

Broadlands in the Spotlight
Last year, Mme Khemraj’s Grade 4 class and Mme Davenport’s SK class were filmed by the Toronto District School Board Digital Media and Design Team. The video footage was filmed for the TDSB Senior Kindergarten French Immersion Information Nights.  The French Department for the TDSB has posted the video on their website for parents to see.  To view the video: http://www.tdsb.on.ca/ElementarySchool/SchoolChoices/FrenchPrograms/FrenchImmersion.aspx


The safe arrival number is available 24 hours a day, so just call it and leave the reason for your child's absence, teachers name

Schools and Parents Working Together for Our Students 
This video has been created as a tool to help explain the role that parents/guardians play in supporting student achievement and well-being and emphasizes the importance of parent engagement across our system.  http://www.tdsb.on.ca/AboutUs/DirectorofEducation/VisionforLearning.aspx.

School Hours 

8:15-8:30 (supervised yard)
8:30 School starts
9:50-10:05 Recess
11:15-12:15 Lunch
1:35-1:50 Recess
3:00 School Ends

Edited October 20, 2016


Contact Us
(416) 395-2090

106 Broadlands Blvd
North York, ON
M3A 1J7

Superintendent: Curtis Ennis
Trustee: Ken Lister

Location of School

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