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April 8th 2015!!!!

PINK and BLUE DAY

This year our student Ambassadors have chosen to mark Pink Day with an extensive program of activities for teachers and students related to homophobia, sexism and bullying. They have invited a prestigious guest speaker from the Toronto Police Service, Danielle Bottineau, the LGBT Liaison officer, and are covering the walls of Winona with messages related to bullying and discrimination. While every student will receive a PINK Day button, the students have decided to encourage our students to wear colours that represent challenging tradition roles and wear PINK or BLUE to demonstrate that students of all genders should be encouraged to express themselves how they choose. The activities and events take place the week of April 5th - 9th and we hope to have your support to help end homophobia, discrimination and bullying within our schools.

PARENT AND GUARDIAN COMMUNICATION

 In efforts to reduce our carbon footprint and communicate in the most efficient means possible, we would like to continue using email correspondence with our families.

YOU MUST COMPLETE BOTH STEPS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE EMAILS FROM THE SCHOOL:


Step one please click here:   REGISTER WITH TDSB

Step two please click here: REGISTER WITH WINONA DRIVE 

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Summer Music Camps

Enrich your child’s summer vacation with music camp. Through three unique programs – Summer Sounds, DownTown Strings and Toronto Summer Music Camps – the TDSB offers band, strings and orchestral experiences for students from grades 3-9. Registration opens March 5.

For more information visit: www.tdsbsummercamps.ca.



Parent Academy Conference


Are you a parent or caregiver interested in exploring topics like maintaining a healthy lifestyle and managing stress, supports and services for newcomers to Canada, and navigating the TDSB school system? Join hundreds of parents from across the city on Saturday, April 18th or Saturday April 25th for the annual Model Schools for Inner Cities Parent Academy Conference. The Parent Academy conference is facilitated by parents for parents on self-identified topics that support skill development, access to economic opportunities and informing parents on the most effective ways to navigate the education system with their children. A number of community agencies and other partners are featured at the conference such as Toronto Public Health, Toronto Public Library and TDSB Newcomer, Youth and Kids.

There is no cost to participate in the Parent Academy Conference. This year, the conference will be taking place on two separate days – Saturday, April 18 at Cedarbrae C.I. and Saturday, April 25 at Thistletown C.I. Light breakfast, lunch, child-minding, interpreters and transportation will be offered at both locations. For more information, including the full list of workshops and how to register, visit www.tdsb.on.ca/modelschools

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Dates to Remember

Earth Hour at TDSB

March 27th - 2pm - 3pm

Honour Roll Assembly

March 27th

Graduation Photos

April 1st

Pink Day

April 8th

Swim Meet

April 9th

Spring Concert

April 29th

















 

 

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