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EQAO/Literacy Test ~ March 30, 2017

The attached letter, regarding the EQAO Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test, which will be held on Thursday, March 30, was sent home with all students today.

Also, please note that there will NOT be any cafeteria service on the day of the OSSLT (March 30).

Wednesdays - Regular Schedule

Please note that Wednesdays, March 8 and 29 will NOT operate on a delayed schedule. They will operate on a REGULAR day schedule. Students are expected to be in class by 8:45 am.

Joint Ward Budget Meeting

There is a Joint Ward Budget Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 1, at 140 Borough Drive, in Committee Room 3/4, at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.  

"Community consultation is a very important part of the TDSB’s budget process. Leading up to the April meeting when the Board will vote on the balanced budget plan, Trustees will be holding ward forums to hear feedback from students, parents and the community.

Please join Trustees Parthi Kandavel, David Smith, Manna Wong, Jerry Chadwick and Senior Business Officer Craig Snider at our ward forum on April 11 to discuss the 2017-18 budget and proposed recommendations to balance the budget. All are welcome.
We hope students, families and residents from across Scarborough will attend."

Pizza and refreshments will be served and child care is available upon request.  Please RSVP to

Alternative School Review

In June 2016, the Board approved the following motion regarding Pathways in the Alternative School System;

Whereas, the Alternative Schools Advisory Committee established since the early 1990s has thrived within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) providing invaluable programming at the elementary, middle and secondary school level; and

Whereas, ongoing support that adds depth to programming, an expansion of resources including personnel and infrastructure is much needed to support the demand for these schools across the GTA; and

Whereas, the following is in keeping with the vision and mandate of the TDSB by addressing and providing avenues to serve students and families that need access coming from diverse segments of the population in all parts of the city; and

Whereas, current barriers include the lack of robust pathways from middle school to secondary school, limitations based on entry requirements, geography, lottery and such; and

Whereas, at the present time several Alternative programs and schools within the TDSB are facing wait lists with families and children being subjected to random selection through lottery; and

Whereas, there might be an opportunity to build capacity through formal and informal training of administrative staff with an emphasis on expanding access and pathways to students and families that could benefit the most;
Therefore, be it resolved: That the Director:

(i) research and plan in consultation with appropriate stakeholders including ASAC to find ways to minimize and remove barriers to access by creating pathways in the alternative school system within the TDSB. That is, the creation of additional seamless path from K-12 in the alternative system that includes the elementary, middle school and secondary school levels;

(ii) proactively explore the expansion and variety of alternative programs and schools including staffing (teaching, support and administration) to support enrolment demands and interest from the community through active consultation and review with ASAC on an ongoing basis;

(iii) plan in partnership with ASAC for future growth through research, development in teaching, learning and professional development at all levels of management within the system. That is, Executive and all levels of management (Principals, Superintendents and others);

(iv) present a report on (i) to (iii) above to the Program and School Services Committee, for action and completion within school year 2016-17.

As such, a review is underway and the following public consultation meetings have been scheduled;

• Thursday, March 23 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm @ former Eastern Commerce CI, 16 Phin Ave (Library)

• Tuesday, March 28 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm @ Western Technical Commercial School, 125 Evelyn Cres (Library)

Please note that consultation evenings are open to all parents. Would you kindly share this information with your community – additional details can be found on the TDSB web

Important OSAP Information

Please read the attached PDF document for important information regarding OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) grants. 

OSAP Website:


Many construction projects around Woburn CI have begun.  Notably, the driveway and parking lot are almost finished, with just a few finishing touches left to be done.  Also, concrete work for the front entrance and walkway are now complete.

Scholarship Fund

Woburn CI Scholarship Fund DONOR FORM.


The Woburn website is designed to communicate the latest up-to-date information about the school with our Woburn school community. 

By visiting our website regularly, you will gain information about Woburn, special school programs, student and staff accomplishments, important dates, school policies, school council news and more! Currently, the Woburn website is used by over 1200 students and alumni. 

If you have not already done so, we invite you to take a tour of our website. Woburn is yours to discover!


Upcoming Important Dates

21 NawRuz/Nourouz
22 Delayed Start - 10:00 am
23 SAC Grade Rep Meeting
30 EQAO Literacy Test (Special Schedule)
  6 Waterloo Math Contest - Euclid
  8 Mahavir Jayanti (Jain)
12 Waterloo Math Contests - Fryer, Galois, Hypatia
13 Vaisakhi
14 Balsakhi
16 Easter / Pascha


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Superintendent: Shirley Chan

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