FALL 2015 SEMESTER 1
Welcome back to a fantastic new school year at Don Mills Collegiate. School started September 8th, 2015 and students and staff are in gear for a great semester of learning. Please ensure your parent / guardian contact information is current on file with the main office including email addresses so you can keep in the loop on all the exciting and dynamic programs at DMCI. Our October Character Matters
focus is: Responsibility
. We want Don Mills students understanding how to manage themselves, think about their learning skills, and be good community members.
Here is some communication from the TDSB regarding the CUPE Job Action
for parents and community.
UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES
Many of the Grade 9 students are already excited about the Green Acres leadership skills building trip that will be happening on October 6th, led by enthusiastic senior students. Special thanks to our Student Services Leadership Karin Phillipson for managing this amazing day!
October 9 - Interim Report Cards
October 20 - School Council Evening Meeting
October 22 - Parent Teacher Interviews
October 23 - Delayed Start
October 26 - Photo Retake Day
Here is our Recent School Newsletter
that went out with report cards in June. We also have a weekly newsletter that you can receive by email from the school. You can email our office administrator
to be added to the mailing list.
If you are interested in attending DMCI, please follow the instructions outlined in this REGISTRATION document link.
Students coming to DMCI from a Canadian school must download this Vice-Principal transfer application form
If you would like to find out more about the TDSB in the many different languages of our communities, please click on
...Our neighbourhood community arranging a great Don Mills Street Festival. What a great event!
...Phil Watson at Atlantic Packaging, Corrugated Division
for providing donated materials for building real floating boats
in our Exploring Technologies class with Mr. Thoms. We appreciate your community support!
Our computer science program and programming club is continuing its contest and self-development portal to help students everywhere learn more about programming and test their skills. Check out this link at www.DMOJ.ca
to register and compete!
Did you miss today's announcements? Here is a quick-link to AW when students and staff are logged in to the intranet. AW
Welcome to our school web site. As part of the Toronto District School Board, we value:
- each and every student;
- a strong public education system;
- a partnership of students, schools, family and community;
- the uniqueness and diversity of our students and our community;
- the commitment and skills of our staff;
- equity, innovation, accountability and accessibility; and
- learning environments that are safe, nurturing, positive and respectful.
Our web site is one way we can demonstrate these values. Click on the menu items to find out more about our school and please visit often.