Welcome to Richview's newest Club! Interact will provide opportunities for students to work together locally and globally with other young people
who are dedicated to service and international understanding.Group goals include:
- To recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity.
- To encourage and practice thoughtfulness of and helpfulness to others.
- To create an awareness of the importance of home and family.
- To build respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
For more information, please contact Staff Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
City Champion Curlers- Boys & Girls!
Congratulations to Girls Champions- Frannie Shen, Stacey Huras, Laura Robertson
Jacqueline McLean and Lauren Holman and to Boys Champions Matt Garner,
Brandon Holoczwak, Russell Stouffer and Sean Wylie!
And of course to coach Dave Huras and Deb Haden-Reeves!
Area Review of Schools-Scarlett, Kipling, Richview
Public meetings will be held:
February 13, 6:30-8:30pm and April 26 at Scarlett Heights Auditorium
15 Trehorne Dr.
ScarlettHeightsPARCParentNotice_Public Meeting-Final v5.pdf
Math Night- March 30
A math night planned to assist parents/students learn more about secondary/post-secondary mathematics success and pathways is in the works- save the date!
Parent Council Mathematics Survey
The Richview CI parent council has received a Parent Reaching Out (PRO) Grant from the Ministry of Education to hold a math night for parents. In order that our evening be useful to our parent community, we are conducting this short anonymous survey to understand who is interested in this topic and what they would like to hear about. Please answer this short 10 question survey, whether you plan to attend, or not. We are interested in everyone's answers! Thank you for your participation. Your Parent Council.
Students' Council Clothing Drive
The Richview Students' Council is leading a clothing collection over the next week in order to help to provide at-risk youth the warm clothing needed to endure our Canadian winter that, despite what the groundhog says, doesn't seem to be ending any time soon! We kindly ask all of you to send your gently used and laundered winter outdoor clothing to school (e.g. coats, scarves, hats, gloves). Collection boxes will be placed outside of the main office and all donations will be passed along upon the conclusion of this drive, February 24th. Feel free to bring your donations this upcoming Thursday during parent interviews.
Thank you kindly for your support,...The Richview Students' Council
Happy Holidays Richview Family!
Braeburn Kids Holiday Party
Braeburn Thank You.docx
Numeracy Lunch and Learn
May you all find comfort, joy, rest and peace among friends and loved ones over the holiday. So long 2016 and welcome to 2017...school resumes January 9.
Please Support our Students!
Your assistance with our program is needed. See the Food & Nutrition Donations Flyer Dec 2016.pdf and thank you for supporting student achievement at Richview!
Pupil Accommodation Review- Scarlet Heights E.A.; Kipling CI; Richview CI
A review is being undertaken for enrolments at these schools, details in this document:.
Commencing on October 27 and running once weekly until April, the Math department is pleased to offer Lunch and Learn sessions designed to practice numeracy skills required for the course work, final math exam and EQAO Gr. 9 Applied Assessment of Mathematics. See the Parent Page for more details.
October 7, 57th Annual Commencement
Hearty Congratulations to the Class of 2016; it was a joyous celebration Friday night with an auditorium filled to standing room only capacity. We were delighted to hear of the very exciting programs at a variety of post-secondary destinations. Thank you Janice Kulyk Keefer who delivered a meaningful and significant alumna address and congratulations to valedictorian Brennan Roberts whose address was a rousing celebration of his peers, teachers and the year that was. Our grads, the aud' and the cafeteria were transformed to new levels not seen before at Richview- thank you Ms. Davison and her parent team of volunteers.
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Parents- Help Reinvigorate Richview
Our students deserve the tools to facilitate their success! Our Year 2 Fall Appeal 2016.docx
shows you how you can help.
Toonies for Turkeys
Thank you students and staff; you raised almost $400 this morning- Oct. 6 thanks to the work of Students' Council who visited home forms. This is the equivalent of almost 90 dinners for the needy. Well done!
Parent Council Meeting
Tuesday September 13, 7-8pm Richview Collegiate Library
All parents are welcome to join us, we meet 8 times a year, always commencing at 7pm in our school library.
Hope to see you there!
Next Meeting- Tuesday October 11, 7pm, in our Library.
Commencement- Fri. October 7, 7pm
To Parents of Graduates..
We look forward to celebrating the commencement of the graduating class of 2016. Both our auditorium and our parking lot will be full. If at all possible, please car pool.
Thank you to departing Staff Members
To Mr. Magwood and Mr. Pylypczak, we wish you the best in your retirement.
To departing teachers, your time with us was all too short.
Sandra Centofante- on leave
Carla Johston- Position of Responsibility at Northview Heights
Farewell Assembly Year in Review- Farewell 2016
Thank you students, staff and parents for another wonderful year and to Mr. Ragno's Yearbook class for a tremendous Rizmah and this slideshow
Have a wonderful summer!
National Concours d'artes oratoire
Amna Majeed, First Place, Extended French!!!
On May 28, 2016 thirty-nine high school students from across Canada visited the Nation’s Capital to compete in Canadian Parents for French’s (CPF) National Concours d’art oratoire. Finals
The Concours d’art oratoire final event draws students from across Canada in the competition that offers over $500,000 in scholarships from the University of Ottawa, Université de Moncton, University of Prince Edward Island, Université Sainte-Anne, and Université de Saint-Boniface.
The students, having won at their provincial or territorial championships, competed in five categories ranging from Core French to Francophone for this final competition. They spoke on topics including feminism, islamophobia, the impact of social media and the power of music.
A marvellous conference was enjoyed by hundreds of parents and youngsters on May 14, 2016 throughout Richview's first floor classrooms and learning spaces. From robotics, to primates, inventors to pilots and from learning skills to drones- this conference had it all including a smash opening lead by Dan Riskin's introduction of Anthony Morgan, the Science Ninja. Thank you Michelle for your lead on an amazing event that is sure to have ripples for decades to come!
Flag Friday Night Lights
It is the dawn of a new era! Congratulations to our talented Girls' Flag Football players and their coaching staff lead by Mr. Sexsmith for the launch of our first ever event this past Friday May 13 at Centennial Stadium. The team did very well defeating Marymount from Sudbury 20-12 and following this up with a thrilling overtime tie of 15-15 versus Markham. We are delighted that these teams could join us to help ensure that this marvellous game only gets bigger and better!
Youth Art Show
The Assembly Hall is pleased to present our sixth collaborative youth art show featuring works from
Lakeshore Arts - Youth Arts Movement, Martingrove Collegiate Institute and Richview Collegiate Institute.
The show opens May 19 and runs until June 16 at the Assembly Hall,
1 Colonel Samuel Smith Drive.
Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 12 to 5 pm, Saturday 10 am to 1 pm.
Creating a Circle of Hope
Richview is proud to partner with Meagan's Walk in support of both cancer research and families battling cancer.
Our December Saints Week campaign raised almost $3000 for the cause and we were delighted to present the "cheque" to Denise Bebenek at the May 4 Pep Assembly. Kudos to Mr. Sexsmith's Leadership Class for running a spirited and successful campaign.
See you Saturday May 7, 8:30am at Fort York for the 15th edition of the walk and hug culminating at the Hospital for Sick Children.
Alumni /Grade 12 Post-Secondary Transition Program
In it's 5th year, Richview Grads are invited back to dialogue with Grade 12 students.
On May 2nd and 3rd, a bevy of newly-minted "first year" university/college students each provided an overview of their respective programs and then shared a Q and A session with Grade 12s in each of our 7 senior English classes. We are grateful for the insight, honesty and encouragement they provided to their peers and we thank Mrs. Calabria and Mrs. Haden-Reeves for organizing the event. The present and future are bright!
Student Nutrition Program
The application has been approved, funding has arrived, the volunteers are in place and the equipment has arrived. The morning grab and go breakfast plan will enable students to start the day right with a rotating offering of a fruit/veggie, a cereal/grain and a dairy product all for a contribution of $1. We rely now on our trades people to ensure proper plumbing and electrical support for the equipment. The plan is to run a pilot in May (twice a week) and to run it daily in September.
Asylum- Update, April 11, 2016
The cast and crew have done it! Out of 66 provincial entries, Asylum
is one of 8 finalists to appear in the provincial showcase next month at Hart House, U of T.
A remarkable collective achievement by writers, musicians, AV Crew, players and directors, our drama community gave a strong voice to those who were powerless to communicate it and the professional community has validated your work. Bravo!
March Break Update, 2016
The Saints continue their tour of England, Spain, France, and currently sites in Italy including the Piazza della Signoria in Florence.
Breakfast Program Coming to Richview
with thanks to the Principal's Advisory Group, we have applied for and will receive funding and support for a Nutrition program (likely breakfast). Parents interested in volunteering can meet with our coordinator and school staff on March 29, specific details to follow. Please email email@example.com
Update-March 11, 2016
Bravo Richview Dramatists and Players!
Congratulations students and directors Ms. Beaulieu and Ms. Johnston. Their entry is 3 of 18 moving on to regionals at Hart House U of T, Fri.April 8. Additionally, the production garnered several awards: Award of Excellence for the Ensemble; the Outstanding Production Award and Best New Play. Bravo! We wish you every success representing Toronto at the regional festival at U of T. Please join us; tickets at Hart House!
Our Drama production, "Asylum", opened the Sears Drama Festival on Feb. 26 at Silverthorn C.I. in competition with our sister schools, Martingrove and Silverthorn. Asylum
will be presented again at Richview, 8pm, March 3.
"Asylum" is a ground breaking piece of theatre is based on the lives of psychiatric patients at the Lakeshore Asylum, 1889-1979.The work is researched, documented, written and performed by Richview students. We will be performing at Richview on March 3rd. See the attached poster for all the exciting details. Tickets can be purchased by any cast or crew member.
Richview Life Savers
Eternal thanks to the 14 senior Richview students, some pictured here, who donated their time, care and blood to save the lives of others; they and Mr. Boyd cannot be thanked enough! Our gratitude to Ms. Di Marco whose planning ensures this key event takes place each year! This marks Mr. Boyd's incredible 159th donation! Incredible.
The Field of Dreams
The TDSB has approved our plans to develop a first class athletic facility for our Richview Saints students athletes:
Artificial Turf- Additional Bleachers- Lights- A Running Track- A Electronic Scoreboard
Participatory Design- Students and Staff will be amassing input from all community stakeholders and we want your input also.
Please share your input with Sam Miceli
to ensure our development is truly reflective.
the tally is in; after all the fun of a week's worth of extended lunch periods, the student body raised over $3000 for the venerable charity. Congrats to all and to Mr. Sexsmith's Leadership class.
Back up to Speed at Richview- January
Two weeks into the new calendar year, curricular and co-curricular activity abounds...
Culture Day- International Food Extravaganza
Thanks and compliments to the students under Ms. Stuart's leadership for the vibrant Jan. 15 music, fashion, education and food celebration enjoyed by hundreds during lunch hour. Richview, like Toronto and Canada is a as strong as it is diverse.
Junior Boys' Invitational Basketball Tournament
A highly efficient tournament was run by Mr. K's Athletic Council wherein our team played with skill and vigor making it to the final losing to winners Northern Secondary. Congratulations to the players and to coaches Dipchand and Sexsmith.
Gr. 12 Functions Exam
A great deal of preparation is underway for the Jan. 22 Exam that is critical for many grade 12's in preparation for their post-secondary applications. A moratorium is in place on all other Gr. 12 activity on both Jan. 20 and 21.