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School Climate Survey

All parents/guardians/caregivers of Grades 7-12 students are invited to complete the TDSB’s Parent School Climate
Survey. Parents may complete the survey online at home. It is available at https://eforms.tdsb.on.ca/lfserver/parentsurvey. The survey is also available in paper copy in all the languages.   For more information, please contact the school at 416-396-6745.

The Geoffrey and Edith Wood Scholarship

The Geoffrey H. Wood Foundation has granted $11,000 to provide up to eleven scholarships to graduating L’Amoreaux C.I. students in financial need. The scholarship funds are sent directly to the post-secondary institution towards 2015-2016 tuition for the award winners. Award winners who do not enter post-secondary in 2015-2016 or who withdraw from their studies are required to return the funds.

Scholarship Application Criteria:
- Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee claimant
- Must be a graduating Grade 12 L’Amoreaux student and have applied to a post-secondary institution (i.e. university or college) for the 2015-2016 school year
- Grade 12 average between 65.0% and 79.9%
- Financial need

Click here for the application form.

The deadline to get the completed application in to Student Services is May 8, 2015.

Sears Ontario Drama Festival

L'Amoreaux CI's play at the Sears Ontario Drama Festival received a host of accolades for their polished performance recently.  We took home the awards for:

- Award of Excellence - Graphic Design & Decoration: Cindy B
- Award of Merit for Performance - Tamara T
- Award of Merit for Performance - Direction & Playwriting: Sarah I

Congratulations to all the student performers, stage crew, and Ms. Coniam for a successful drama season!

Saints Girls Volleyball City Champions!

The Saints' Senior Girls volleyball team won the AA City Championship on February 27, 2015, and qualified to represent Toronto in Dryden, ON  at the OFSAA AA Championships March 9-11.  We are proud of our girls!

Special thanks to Mr. Lewicki, Ms. Ebedes, Ms. Wright, Ms. Wynter, and Ms. Veliganova for their time and dedication throughout the season.

L'Amoreaux @ TDSB Technological Skills Competition

Video Challenge of Skills Ontario Cardboard Boat Competition
Dasha K. and Victoria K. - Gold Medal Winners
Manal S. and Adrienne C. - Silver Medal Winners
and People's Choice Award ($300)

Graphic Design - Presentation
Allen C. - Silver Medal

Nabila S. - Silver Medal

Video Production
Manal S. and Adrienne C. - Bronze Medal

Optional Attendance Deadline

Optional Attendance applications must be received by Friday, January 30th 2015.  Please see your current day school's guidance counsellor for more information about the process.

Grade 9 Leadership Retreat - October 9 2014

Continuing in the tradition at L'Am, our new Grade 9 students spent a busy day at Camp Robin Hood.  Our principal, Ms. Nelson, kicked things off with her welcome message, and was followed up by UNITY's beatboxing, breakdancing, and spoken word artists.  The Grade 9s spend the rest of the day in team-building and communication activities that challenged them to work together.  Students received a T-shirt, bag, writing utensils, and other tools to help them be successful in high school.

Special thanks to the Camp Robin Hood team, our PALs student leaders, and the teachers who worked hard in organizing the whole event.

2014-2015 Grade 9 Retreat

Speak Up Project Grant

With reports of rising levels of stress, anxiety and depression among students and within school communities, the Student Equity Committee at L’Amoreaux CI set a goal to raise awareness and provide students with strategies to address this growing concern. They began by asking one question: how do external stressors affect student engagement at L’Amoreaux? and the S.C.O.P.E. (Students Coping Openly in Positive Environments) project was born.

To better understand the problem, the school began with a survey of its student body. Two-thirds of both the junior and senior sample groups indicated that they experience feelings of nervousness and/or anxiety on a weekly basis, get an (inadequate) 3-6 hours of sleep each night and find that financial challenges, gender issues and bullying are currently a problem with the L’Amoreaux school community.

Based on these responses and suggestions, the Student Equity Committee created a series of activities and events to meet the needs of the student body, including games during lunch, outdoor activities, workshops/assemblies, a stress relief lounge and the introduction of therapy dog sessions. The supports introduced were so well-received and successful that the school plans to continue many as part of its ongoing stress-relief programming.

The S.C.O.P.E project at L’Amoreaux CI was one of 92 approved SpeakUp projects across the TDSB in 2013-14. Other projects covered such diverse topics such as Contemporary Aboriginal Identity, Girls Entrepreneur Club, Developing Digital Citizenship, Gay-Straight Alliance, Student-Centred Conflict Resolution, Mindfulness Club, and Boys to Men Mentoring.

Applications for SpeakUp project grants open in September and close at the beginning of November. Schools can apply for up to two SpeakUp project grants per year and each is valued at up to $1,000. Visit the Ministry’s Student Voice site for more information.

Freedom With Responsibility

L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute opened in the fall of 1973 in Scarborough near Warden and Finch.  Designed by Raymond Moriyama, the open-area concept of the school space is epitomized by the central Market Square area where school events are held under the flags of countries around the world.  Our community is a very diverse mix of languages and cultures, and we celebrate our diversity in many events, including the Diwali Show and International Buffet. 

L'Amoreaux offers several specialized academic programs: Extended French, and Specialist High Skils Majors (SHSM) in Business (Finance) and in Information and Communication Technology.

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April 3 - 6
Good Friday and Easter Monday
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April 23
Mid-Semester Reports

April 30
Full Disclosure Date
(Grades 11-12)

May 1
International Buffet

May 15
Carnival Day

May 18
Victoria Day
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June 16 - 22
Evaluations Period

June 24
Deadline to register for summer school remedial courses
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