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Youth Sport & Aquatic Certifications

Toronto Sport Leadership Program is entering our 13th year;  TSLP provides City of Toronto high school students who are in need of financial assistance, the opportunity to gain skills and certifications as coaches and instructors in various sports and aquatics at no cost. This program is for youth who are city of Toronto residents currently enrolled in a Toronto Public or Toronto Catholic District School Board and will be at least 16 years of age by December 16, 2017. This program helps students find the confidence, skills, and experience to find jobs and become leaders in their community.

We ask if you can please share this information with your staff and students (please see attachment for more information).

Information/Registration Dates:

Date

Time

Location

Tues. Sept 12

6-8pm

Toronto City Hall  (100 Queen St West)

Committee Room 1

Thur. Sept 14

6-8pm

Etobicoke Civic Centre (399 The West Mall)
Chambers

Mon. Sept 18

6-8pm

Scarborough Civic Centre (150 Borough Drive)

Council Chambers

Wed. Sept 20

6-8pm

North York Civic Centre (5100 Yonge St)

Council Chambers

Tues. Sept 26

6-8pm

North York Civic Centre (5100 Yonge St)

Council Chambers

Thur. Sept 28

6-8pm

Etobicoke Civic Centre (399 The West Mall)

Main Boardroom

 

How to Pre-Register:  Complete your online application: goo.gl/gjKFoF     

 

Newtonbrook's Kelly Jesalva Featured in the Toronto Star! Click image below to read article

Meet Newtonbrook's Amazing Dance Team


 

Recently the Newtonbrook Dance Team traveled to London, Ontario, to compete in a province-wide dance competition called Shooting Stars.  Many schools and students from across the province competed in a variety of dance forms. Newtonbrook was the only TDSB school in attendance and they did our school board proud.

 

After a series of exemplary performances, Newtonbrook’s team took home 12 trophies from only six dance routines.  Two separate Judge’s Choice awards were given for “Excellent Intention & Focus” and the team was honoured with “The Total Package” award for best choreography, emotion and performance technique.  All routines either earned highest to second highest scores.  In addition, they won four Overall Best Group awards, two highest Overall Marks and were distinguished with the “Best Overall School in Choreography” award.
 

 

Most importantly, the team was given the coveted “Perform, Create, Grow” award for winning the admiration of both the judges and their fellow competitors.  This prestigious award is given to the teacher and school that exhibits enthusiasm, spirit, support for others, and exceptional sportsmanship.

 

The team would like to thank all of the students, teachers and administration at Newtonbrook Secondary School who supported them with their fundraiser initiatives.

 

The team ended their successful year by performing in the Canada’s National Ballet School’s Sharing Dance Day at Yonge and Dundas Square.  It has been a truly memorable season.

 

 

Meet Officer Cindi Pepper

Officer Cindi Pepper is Newtonbrook's SRO (School Resource Officer). Click on the image below to see how Officer Cindi supports our school.  
 

UPDATE: S.H.S.M Co-op News

CONGRATULATIONS to Christina Jameer for winning the  Sunnybrook SVC & Partnership Awards
as the TOP CO-OP STUDENT!

Christina Jameer (2nd on Right)  is working with Occupational Therapy Team assisting with  knee and hip replacement patients  as well as amputation patients.

CONGRATULATIONS! 

S.H.S.M. Health & Wellness - Fitness Focus

Back to School!

We hope you have had a remarkable, restful, relaxing and rejuvenating summer holiday. We are looking forward to yet another exciting and invigorating 2017-2018 school year at Newtonbrook Secondary School, as we continue to build on the school's many strengths and continue to create more and more opportunities for our incredibly amazing students. 

French Language Courses for Adults through the TDSB

Government numbers provided to CBC show the number of adults learning French as a second language throughout the province is steadily rising — and hit more than 4,000 learners last year. The TDSB is hoping to open more weekend programs in the fall in response to the rising demand.  For more information, please read the article below.

Want to learn French? You're not alone — adult FSL classes growing more popular in Ontario



EUROPE TRIP 2018

Newtonbrook in Spain and Portugal in 2018


Come join us as we discover the architecturally beautiful and historically important cities of Lisbon, Evora, the Algarve, Seville, Costa del Sol, Granada, Valencia, and Barcelona.

Please contact Mr. Fogel at 
david.fogel@tdsb.on.ca 
for more information.

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