St George's Junior School

WEEK OF January 23-27


Registration Details

Registration Options and Requirements

Please call the office (416-394-7990) and speak with Ms. Finucan if you have any questions.


CLOTHING- men’s, women’s, and children’s all sizes

HOUSEHOLD TEXTILES- bedding, comforters, blankets, sheets, tablecloths, curtains, etc.

SMALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS- kitchen items (pots/pans, dishes, glasses, home décor, electronics, hand-held appliances, toys, games)

Please use bags for clothes and textiles, and boxes for small household goods. The drop-off location is on the long table right by the office window.

All items must be clean and in sellable condition.

The profit goal is $800

How can we achieve this goal? 200 Large Yard Bags filled and 60 Medium boxes (household goods)

DATES- January 16- February 11

Why are we raising money? The school would like to pay for the cost of a bus per class to attend a field trip this year. The cost of a bus is approximately $300. We have 9 homeroom classes in total. Money raised will go towards this goal.


The SCC’s donations support and subsidize the costs of a number of initiatives that benefit our students. Without parent donations, the school’s small budget cannot support many of these activities (field trips, dramatic performances, on-site dance sessions, reading and math online e-books, and apps) just to name a few. Please consider donating to the SCC. In the next few days the SCC will provide details regarding the specific amounts that will be donated to various school initiatives. See the flyer below. Thank you for your support.

The SCC will be sending out an email to families letting them know what specifically their fundraising dollars will support at our school.

THE “ASK” -Donations as of January 12 are $4.000 (according to Ms. Finucan’s online accounting report)

This is the single largest annual fundraiser from the council. Tax receipts are available. Please see attached flyer. Thank you for supporting St. George's JS.THE ASK.pdf

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St. George’s SCC would like to hear from you. If you have suggestions and/or feedback please feel free to add them to the Google link. All parents and guardians are always welcome and encouraged to attend the monthly SCC meetings either in person OR via ZOOM. The meeting dates are posted at the end of this email under “Upcoming Dates.” Meetings are held in the school’s library and child minding for school-age children is always available.


Now that we have started student lunches every Friday, volunteers are needed. Please sign up using the link shared in the parent weekly email.



The “Lunchbox Orders” Program! Lunchbox Orders is a lunch program where you can order something from our pre-selected vendors for your child and it will be delivered to the school each week. Most lunches are on Fridays, with some on Thursdays when there are PA Days.

You may order weekly, monthly, or for the school year. If you are ordering week by week you must order by noon the Sunday before. Lunch will be delivered on Friday, January 27, 2023

Please see the attachment below for ordering details.

Lunchbox Orders Program Ordering Details.docx



We are happy to welcome volunteers back to our school. Volunteer Process and Clearance Checks

We are looking for volunteers to support our kindergarten classes at lunch time. The cold weather is quickly upon us and we can always use extra hands to zip up coats and help with snow pants etc. During outdoor play time, students learn a number of social skills: negotiating space, choosing friends to play various games, and learning to listen to the ideas of peers. Sometimes are young students need additional support to make safe choices and to carefully navigate how to appropriately respond to friends. If you are available to support us at lunch time 12:15pm-12:45pm and have been cleared to volunteer, please let Ms. Finucan know and we can connect you with our Kindergarten staff to arrange lunchtime support. Thank you!


This is not an exhaustive list. I will provide you with a revised one weekly.

List is updated weekly


  • School Year Calendar - See what’s coming up on the TDSB system calendar with key dates, events and activities, or just take a look at the school year calendar’s PA Days and holidays.
  • Remaining SCC Meetings for the year: Jan 18, Feb 15, March 8, April 12, May 10, June 7 (6:30pm in the library OR via ZOOM for those who cannot attend in person)
  • January 22- Happy Lunar New Year to our students, staff and families.
  • January 23- ACT ONE rehearsal in the library
  • January 24- S.T.E.A.M Family Night presented by Scientists in School. Confirmation letters were given to all students on Thursday, January 12. Please arrive 5 minutes before your session with your child.
  • January 26- Science Centre trip (grades 1,2,3)
  • January 30- ACT ONE rehearsal in the library
  • January 31- Grade 5 Overnight Trip and Yearbook Parent Information meeting- Please join us via ZOOM. Link shared in parent weekly email.
  • February 6,13, 27- ACT ONE rehearsals continue at lunch
  • February 14- Term 1 Report Cards sent home
  • February 16- Parent-Teacher Conferences 4pm-7pm and February 17- 8:30am-11:30am. Invitation letters will be sent home February 3 only to students requiring an appointment.
  • February 27- Pink Shirt Day