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Friday, December 22, 2023 Bowmore School Council Meeting Minutes - November 20, 2023 Monday, November 20, 2023, 6:00pm to 7:30pm Participants in attendance: L. Anderson[...]

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LINK: Judy Chin's presentation on the Mini Olympics.


Dear Bowmore Families, 

please find below, the invitation to our first school council meeting of the year. 
these meetings are a great way to learn about what's going on in the school community, to connect and ask questions.  all are welcome and encouraged to join.
at the first meeting we will be introducing the new school council and the council spending plan for 2023/24.  please note that this meeting is in person at the school and child minding will be available on site. we will also have cheese pizza for kids only. 
date: tuesday, october 10th, 2023
time: 6-7pm 
location: bowmore road ps, staff room, second floor
please click here to rsvp  so that we can plan accordingly.
hope to see you there! 
veronica logue

council chair 



bowmore school council is doing a second order of the very popular bowmore 100th anniversary hoodies!

orders can be placed online through school cash online ( until thursday october 5th. distribution is expected to be in late october. we will not be ordering extras this time so if you are interested, be sure to pre order.

we will also be set up to take orders outside the office at the 100th celebration and the carnival. we will be accepting cash or cards. there is a small amount of inventory left from the spring which we will be selling at the table as well.

the hoodies are $36 and are available in red and black, youth and adult sizes.

andrea maugham:

also, please note that bowmore school council wants to make sure that all students have access to spiritwear. for information about the bowmore community fund and how to access financial assistance from the fund, please contact bowmore vice-principal, kosta flegas ( or 416-393-9450) or speak to your child’s teacher. discretion is ensured and all information will be held confidential.


bowmore school council is excited to be hosting an all-grades school dance on wednesday september 27th throughout the school day.

big sound! awesome lights! kid appropriate music! we have dj scott from professor jamz coming back to create an exciting event with lights and music.

the gym will be dark and students are encouraged to wear white to glow in the lights! 

this is a free dance for all students. students will be divided into groups by grade (jk/sk, 1 - 3, 4 - 6 and 7 & 8) and be taken to the senior gym throughout the school day.

the dj takes requests! please send along song requests to don’t forget to include the student's grade and teacher and/or classroom number!  requests must be received by sunday september 24th and we will try to have their requests played while their class is at the dance.

please send any questions to


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at the tdsb, school councils are an excellent way for parents to get involved in their child's education. every tdsb school has an elected school council. your school council is an important forum for involving all members of the school community in matters that affect the education of students. the school council is made up of an elected committee of parents, staff and student representatives, appointed community members, the principal, and a general membership which includes all parents of children attending the school. the school council advises the school administration on a variety of issues and activities relating to student achievement, equity (including anti-oppression and anti-racism work), student mental health and well-being, school improvement goals, school budget priorities, school safety, renovation plans, after school activities, and criteria for selection of new principals. 


  • veronica logue 
  • breagha carr-harris 


  • adrienne lipka

communications coordinator

  • karen chu 


  • position still open


school councils work to improve student achievement and enhance the accountability of the education system to parents and caregivers. they are legislated and governed by regulation 612 of the education act.


school councils work inclusively, recognizing that all parents/caregivers have an equitable place in our school's community, free from racism, classism, and other isms, intentional or unintentional. they recognize that participation can take many forms and work to:

  • offer parents/caregivers a variety of ways to share their voices, knowledge, and expertise
  • recognize that relationship building is key to breaking down walls and barriers
  • strive to identify and eliminate barriers to participation for parents/caregivers
  • disrupt practices that contribute to oppression based on race, class, nationality, abilities, gender, education, or language 


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