Statement on behalf of the Winston Churchill Administration about recent events:
Our Winston Churchill family and community comes from all over the world. We collectively represent different cultures, different languages; and we believe our strength ultimately lies in our diversity, united by our shared humanity. In recent weeks we have witnessed tragic and incomprehensible events deeply rooted in systemic anti-Black racism and oppression profoundly impacting our community, our city, and our nation. We recognize our Black students and staff are feeling a heavy myriad of emotions as they process the trauma of countless violent acts of police brutality. It is up to us; it is time. Silence is not acceptable. Together, we stand against anti-black racism and all forms of oppression; we condemn systemic racism and structural violence against black people, and support the call to action for social justice. Moving forward the devastating and enduring harm of oppression and anti-Black racism must end. We will ensure that our efforts are informed by the voices of our students, staff and community. We are unwavering in our stance, committed to working towards change as we continue to serve our students and community. No justice. No peace.
2020 Summer Institute
Winston Churchill CI is excited to announce that we will be continuing to offer the WCCI Summer Institute for incoming Grade 9 Students. The Summer Institute is a great opportunity to transition into your first year of high school, while earning a credit.
Please use the following link to register your child today:
WCCI Courses are now online!
Winston Churchill CI is now offering teacher directed instruction online. Please use the "Department" section of our website to find your courses and the platform being used to offer online learning.
For a complete directory of our teaching staff please use the link below:
Teaching Staff Contact Information
In addition, students will still have access to support from Child and Youth Workers, Social Workers, and Educational Assistants.
If you are having problems logging into a course, please email your teacher directly.
Winston Churchill’s virtual classroom is available for all students to receive additional academic support . Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm. Join the google classroom using your TDSB student email.
Please use the following class code: ybk35gg
*The due date for all library books has been extended to May 29th.*