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A Y Jackson Secondary School

Graduation

It's that time to start looking forward to Graduation. Our students have gone through a wonderous journey and it's time to celebrate their success. A community message was sent out regarding graduation. For the full message please click here. We look forward to seeing everyone. 

 

tdsbCREATES ft. A.Y. Jackson

 

The tdsbCREATES virtual showcase is NOW LIVE and features both the Enriched Art class and Dance Class. This is the first time two classes from our school are featured in the same show. The link for the show is here

 

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​Virtual Music Night 2

Thank you to everyone who attended our Music Night! it was a great turnout with wonderful performances!

Music Night 2

 

 

 

2021-2022 Daily Routine

Here is the daily routine we will follow for the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year. 

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AY Jackson are Robotics Champions

 

Congratulations to our robotics team, 5993A, who recently placed 1st in the world in the 2022 Online Challenges hosted by the REC Foundation. The team automatically qualifies for the VEX Robotics World Championship. This is the first time our Robotics Club has participated in this international competition and the first time AYJ Robotics has qualified for the World Championship. Special thanks to Mr. Skuja and Mr. Sukhu for their help and support throughout this process. Please see the link for the club's submission (The Onion Roller): 

https://challenges.robotevents.com/challenge/162/entry?filter=winners.

Our congratulations to the entire team:

Executive Team: Natalie Lim (President), Mark Ma (Vice President), Hubert Qin (Vice President), Andy Lee (Secretary), Alexandru Darie (Events Coordinator), Henry Ren (Treasurer), Arman Hosseiny Farazmand (Communications Officer)
General Members: Sultan Ali, Meherzad Antia, Alex Ding, Shaurya Garg, William Gomes, Allen Guo, Roger Guo, Ali Iqbal, William Kellen, Arian Khavari, Chris Li, Jesse Li, Logan Li, Wing Li, Angela Lin, Antonio Melendez, Leonardo Melendez, David Pasat, Jerry Qian, Rohan Raina, Jebrael Shaikh, Mikael Shaikh, Sunny Shen, Sunny Shi, Sean Shin, Yunfan Su, Jimmy Tao, Soshiyant Tasharofi, Owen Wang, Jay Wu, Kevin Yang, Sean Yang, John Zhang

To Purchase a Robotics Shirt Click Here:


AY JACKSON ACED THE CASE!



AY Jackson finished strong in round 1 of the ACED Competition! With a small team of a dozen participants, AYJ brought back THREE top 3 medals and 7 awards for performance overall. We extend our congratulations to everybody who advanced to the finals round. We want to especially recognize Joan Hu for placing second in Foundations of Business, and the team of Ryan Deng and Jonathan Wang for placing second in Finance. 

And a special thanks to Mr. Sukhu, Mr. Elles, and Mr. Paoli for representing AY as judges. 

Looking forward to seeing everyone's brilliant results in Round 2 of ACED competition! 


Math Clubs & Contests are in Full Swing!

AYJ Math Club has continued to do an exceptional job in preparing students for national level math contests in Canada and the USA. This year, we had two students who qualified for the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO) Qualifying Repêchage, and three students who made it to the American Invitational Math Exam (AIME). One of the students achieved an exceptional 129 point (out of 150) score in the American Math Competition 12 (the qualifying round for the AIME) which puts him in the top 1% worldwide. Many AYJ students will also be writing the University of Waterloo's Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests on February 23, the Euclid Contest on April 5, and the Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Contests on April 12. We wish them luck in these prestigious contests. 

TDSB Student Senate for 2022-23

Congratulations to the newly elected TDSB Student Senate members! We know that you will represent all students to the best of your ability. We are also excited for Yi Kai who will serve as President. We know you will serve both the TDSB and A.Y. Jackson communities in a great light! See the light...Be the light!


  • President – Yi Kai Zhou, A.Y. Jackson SS
  • Vice-President – Annika Tran, Central Toronto Academy
  • Secretary/Treasurer – Riddi Saini, West Humber CI
  • Communications Officer – Lisa Nguyen, Northview Heights SS
  • LC1 Co-Chair – Neela Ethayakanthan, Weston CI
  • LC1 Co-Chair – Ava Elcsics, Hilltop MS
  • LC1 Secretary/Treasurer – Lovely Malicat, Weston CI
  • LC2 Co-Chair – Beatrice Tamburro, Claude Watson School for the Arts
  • LC2 Co-Chair – Dhyaana Shroff, Zion Heights MS
  • LC2 Secretary/Treasurer – Jiayi Shao, Don Mills MS
  • LC3 Co-Chair – Jahangir Khurram, Sir Wilfrid Laurier CI
  • LC3 Co-Chair – Aaisha Pathan, SATEC @ W.A. Porter CI
  • LC3 Secretary/Treasurer – VACANT
  • LC4 Co-Chair – Alice Strachan, Earl Grey Sr. PS
  • LC4 Co-Chair – Audrey Platteel, Malvern CI
  • LC4 Secretary/Treasurer – Jaanuya Mahinthan, Parkdale PS

2021/2022 Yearbooks

 

Even amidst the pandemic, AYJ continues to be a vibrant place! Our yearbook editors and photographers have been busy capturing and memorializing some of our school’s events, such as grads and school photos, sunrise breakfast, Halloween pumpkin carving contests, escape rooms, movie nights,  etc., for this year’s book.  Students and their families are encouraged to purchase a school yearbook through cash-online.  The cost of a yearbook is $30 and they will be on sale from Feb. 11 – March 11, 2022.   Don’t miss out…reserve yours today!

 

To Purchase Click Here

 

Late Start Wednesdays

There will be late starts at AYJ for staff to meet together to address Professional Learning items and to continue/update our school year planning.

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Grade 9 Curriculum Night

Thanks to all our grade 9 parents/guardians/caregivers who attended our curriculum night on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 @ 7:00 pm via zoom.  Click here to access the Zoom recording of the session. 

AYJ Grade 9 Curriculum Night-A (1)

Departmental Videos

In addition to the live Zoom meeting, parents/guardians are invited to check out our departmental videos for more information about our programs.  You may access these videos by clicking here

 

 

November 11, A Day to Remember

On this day A.Y. Jackson SS Staff and Students join with fellow Canadians to remember and honour all those who have served and continue to serve our nation in times of war, conflict, and peace.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE…WE WILL NOT FORGET

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Orange Shirt Day

Thank you to all our students and staff that showed support in recognizing the impact of Residential Schools. Although Orange Day is over our work to better ourselves continues. Our School Community will continue to work towards an environment that is open, welcoming and free of intolerance. 

Orange Shirt Day 

Screening Before Entry

 

Before Students and Staff are permitted to enter the building everyone must have a PPE mask/face covering as well as complete a self screening test. To complete the screening you must download the Mobile NOW app and complete the self assessment every morning. 

Click Here for Instructions to download the NOW app.

 

If for any reason the app cannot be accessed you must fill out the physical form and present it to a staff member at the screening table.

Updated: Click here for the Revised Physical Student Screening Form

Updated: Click here for the Physical Staff Screening form

Students will be permitted into the building starting @ 8:30am


 

“We Stand Against Racism, #FightRacism”

On March 19, 2021 the TDSB will begin to mark the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. As you know, we are committed to standing up against discrimination and acts of racism in all its forms. This includes anti-Black racism, anti-Asian racism, anti-Indigenous racism, antisemitism and xenophobia, whenever and wherever they occur. Now, more than ever, we need to work together, to build a more just and inclusive world for all of us. 

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AYJ - our very own Ms. Keisha Evans

Graduation Coach for Black Students - Equity, Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression

keisha.evans@tdsb.on.ca / @tdsbgraduationcoach/ @tdsb_bgbc

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Ms. Keisha Evans

https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1858546243682

AYJ Graduation Coach for Black Students Keisha Evans talks about the role of the Graduation Coach and supporting Black Students.

https://www.kobo.com/blog/coaching-black-students-across-the-finish-line


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