Please click here to see what we thought the characteristics a Principal at Regent Heights should possess.
School councils are an excellent way for parents to get involved in their child`s education. Our school has an elected school council that is an important forum for involving all members of the school community in issues that affect the education of students. The school council is made up of an elected committee of parents, staff and student representatives, appointed community members, the principal, and a general membership which includes all parent of children attending the school. The school council advises the principal on a variety of issues and activities relating to student achievement, curriculum goals and priorities, school budget priorities, school safety, renovation plans, after school activities, and criteria for selection of new principals. For more information about school councils, click here.
School Advisory Council Meetings for the 2012/2013 Year
There are two remaining: April 17, 2013 and May 22, 2013. On the tab below, click on date to review the minutes of the meeting. Click on "Agenda" before the date to view. Meetings take place on Wednesday nights 6:30 to 8:00 in the staff room. All are welcome! Occasionally there is a parent workshop and the meetings may extend to 8:30. There is always free babysitting if you let us know you are coming!
Equity Workshop Resources
and here for a PDF copy of the presentation from the February 20, 2013 Parent Workshop offered by Nicole Aloise, TDSB's Equity Instructional Leader.
Click the numbers for information about the Leonard Braithwaite Africentric Program at Winston Churchill: 1, 2,
for Fact Sheets from the Grade 9 Cohort study that some of the parents were asking about. Also included below is the link to the large Research Report on Special Education. Click here
for a PDF copy.
Year at a Glance: School Council Septempber, 2011 to June, 2012 - Click Here!
June, 2011 School Council Year Summary 2010-2011 (138K 10/12/2011)
September, 2011 Message from Regent Height's acting School Council Chair, Kim Paulsen. (71K 9/13/2011)