General Alert
The Government of Ontario announced that all schools in the province, including those at the TDSB, will be moving to remote learning following the April break.
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Be sure to visit the Announcements section of this website to learn more about school events and other important information.

Most content from the Homepage is migrated to this section for your reference.

Tumble Book a Day

Click on the Library page of this website for access to a new Tumble Book everyday! These are free online stories that you can read with your family. Happy reading!

Voluntary Asymptomatic Testing

A voluntary asymptomatic testing hub  will be set up at École Secondaire Catholique Saint-Frère-André et Toronto Ouest (330 Lansdowne Avenue) on Wednesday, March 31. We are now providing you with the letter and consent form. 


Consent Form

Updated Student Screening Tool

Toronto Public Health has updated the student screening tool. A copy was sent home with all students on Friday December 4. The updated screening tool is available here. The changes include a new requirement that if a student has even one symptom on the screening tool, they must stay home, self-isolate and get tested at an Assessment Centre. In addition, their siblings and other children in the household will also need to self-isolate.

As always, please follow the public health measures to keep everyone safe.

Public health measures to keep your family and community safe

 Stay home except for essential trips, such as work, school, or healthcare visits.

 Stay home if you are sick, even if symptoms are minor.

 Restrict gatherings at your home to household members only. If you live alone, you may include one additional person from outside your household.

 Go out for fresh air and exercise with household members.

 Check on vulnerable family members, friends and neighbours.

 Download the COVID Alert App so you can be notified if you come into contact with someone who is contagious with COVID-19

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Spirit Wear!

***Update*** Here is the sizing chart to help with your orders.

We are really "charged up" to launch a new line of spirit wear with our amazing Lightning Logo. You can pay by cash, cheque or through School Cash online. If you pay online, you must still return the order form by December 10, so we know what items you have ordered. The items will be delivered to the school in January. We will take all necessary Covid safety precautions as we "zap" your orders together to be taken home. 

It is our hope that we can have another spirit wear order in the spring to offer shorts or baseball hats and perhaps some other fun items.  Maybe we can also offer some items with our usual shield logo as well?  We will decide later on.

We are “electrified” to show our school pride with our amazing new Brock clothing! 


Snack Program

The Snack Program commenced on September 15, 2020.  A nutritious snack is served each day.    This snack provides our students with energy to learn and stimulate their intellectual and physical development.

The Toronto Foundation for Student Success has agreed to fund part of the cost of this program.   In addition, we request a donation of $40.00 for the cost of a daily snack from September to June 2021. 

Payment can be made through the School Cash website or by placing your contribution in a sealed and labelled envelope to be given to your child’s teacher. Cash and Cheques made out to Brock Public School will be accepted.

All children will take part in the program regardless of their parents' financial capacity to contribute to the program.  

If you have difficulty meeting the fee for the Snack Program, please contact me at 416–393-9245.


Yasmin Buhariwalla, Principal

Registration for School Cash     School Cash Online Instructions for families.pdf 

Important Safety Procedures

During this unprecedented time, we ask for your cooperation to follow these procedures to ensure a safe environment for our students. 

Here are some key points:

  • Students should enter the school with their classes at 8:45 a.m. from the schoolyard. Supervision starts at 8:35 a.m. Please do not drop students off earlier (daycare drop off is located by the gym entrance). Families are asked to drop off students and exit the yard immediately to avoid congestion.
  • Pick up must be done in the school yard. Students are supervised by staff until 3:35 p.m. only. Kindly exit school property as soon as possible to avoid crowding the area.
  • The parking lot is for TDSB and Early Learning staff only. Cars parked between 7:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. without TDSB permits will be ticketed and subject to towing. Pass this message on to neighbours who park overnight.
  • Students are urged to come to school on time so as not to miss valuable learning time.

We thank you for your cooperation and adherence to these policies to ensure a safe school environment.

Additional Yard Safety Reminders

We are proud of the schoolyard we have and the green space it provides for our school community. To help keep the playground as clean and safe as possible, we would like to remind you of our school safety rules.    

Students are expected to:

  • Stay on the playground during school hours and not go to the parking lot or the street
  • Play cooperatively with others
  • Not engage in physically aggressive behaviour
  • If hurt, go to the teacher on duty who will assist them with a band-aid or have them go to the office
  • Not climb the baseball diamond fixture or the stairs belonging to the childcare play area
  • There is to be no scooting or cycling on school property during school hours 

Parents are asked to:

  • Call the office if they have a concern regarding behaviour to their child on the playground. Parents are asked not to pursue or question other students and/or parents.
  • Should you walk your child to school and bring your dog along there are 2 options:
  1. Please tie your dog with a leash to the north fence or the fence on Brock Avenue and then walk your child on to the school premises.

  2. Walk your child to the north school entrance, say your good-byes there, and watch them get into the playground safely. Then you can give them a good-bye wave.


The school addressed this issue in April and May of 2018.

For the privacy and safety of our students, parents are asked not to take pictures or videos of students on the playground and report to the office any person seen doing so.

By following the above we can make sure our children are safe. Thank you for helping to keep our playground a safe and welcoming place for our students.

School Cash Online

School Cash Online is a new tool for you to pay for a variety of events and items (field trips, pizza days, spirit wear, etc.) during the school year. Please consider using this quick and easy form of payment by reading the parent info letter and instructions to sign up. If you have any questions, please contact the office. 

Streetproofing Tips

We would like to take this opportunity to remind students and parents how to be safe both at home and in the community. It is important that students have the knowledge and skills to keep themselves out of harm's way.

Families, please review the following Streetproofing Tips for Elementary (K-6) and Streetproofing Tips for Intermediates (Grade 7-8) with your children. 

Let's work together to keep our community safe.

Brock Public School located near College and Dufferin was founded in 1887. In 2009, Brock was a finalist in the Garfield Weston Award for Excellence in Education. Our talented and dedicated staff work cooperatively to nurture excellence, responsibility, teamwork and joy through learning. Staff provide a broad range of activities for students to enjoy and become involved in. Students are encouraged to practise teamwork while having fun and keeping fit as they learn about themselves, each other and the world in which they live. Brock is very proud to be an ECO certified school. Our Rooftop Garden engages students with the natural world in a hands-on ecological learning environment. 


rooftop garden

As part of the Toronto District School Board, we value

  • each and every student;
  • a strong public education system;
  • a partnership of students, schools, family and community;
  • the uniqueness and diversity of our students and our community;
  • the commitment and skills of our staff;
  • equity, innovation, accountability and accessibility; and
  • learning environments that are safe, nurturing, positive and respectful.

Our web site is one way we can demonstrate these values. Click on the menu items to find out more about our school and please visit often.

Brock Rocks!

We are proud to share with you our school song, "Brock Rocks!"
Lyrics and a recording are below for your listening pleasure.

Brock Rocks - Our Song! [pdf]