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CLIFFWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL

140 CLIFFWOOD ROAD, NORTH YORK, ON, CA, M2H2E4

Our Virtual Book Fair Will Be Opening Soon!

Our Virtual Book Fair Will Be Opening Soon!

  • Every purchase earns Book Fair Rewards that can be used for resources to support your school!
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  • FREE STANDARD SHIPPING on orders over $40!

Your Virtual Book Fair Dates

Starts

March
19
 

Ends

April
02

Middle Immersion

Middle French Immersion begins in Grade 4. All class activities in Grades 4 and 5 are conducted in French although some specialist subjects (like Health and Physical Education) may be taught in English. In Grades 6 to 8, all subjects will be taught in French with the exception of English Language and Science. The students in the Grade 4 Middle French Immersion program blend with the students from the Early French Immersion in Grade 9. Students who successfully complete the Secondary French Immersion program will receive a Certificate of Bilingual Studies in French Immersion from the TDSB upon graduation.

For more information about the Middle French Immersion program, please view the flyer (available in multiple languages).

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Middle French Immersion Flyer - Chinese Simplified

Middle French Immersion Flyer - Chinese Traditional

Middle French Immersion Flyer - English

Middle French Immersion Flyer - Farsi


Applications to the Middle French Immersion program may be submitted, on behalf of students in the English program, the year the child is in Grade 3 for entry in September of Grade 4. It is an entirely online process. All communication will be sent via the email address you provide. Please check your email regularly, including junk mail folders.

Please visit the application site www.tdsb.on.ca/pars

  • You will need your child’s date of birth and OEN. The OEN is a 9-digit number found on any report card from the TDSB. 
  • For non-TDSB students, please select the “Non-TDSB Student” option and follow the steps to generate an identification number. You must then return to the PARS site and follow the application procedure with this number.
  • Please select Middle French Immersion from the drop-down menu and complete the application process.

On-time applicants will be offered a placement via the email address you have provided. You MUST take action to reserve a spot by the deadline requested when you are offered a placement.

Offers of placement will be on-going through the weeks and months following the close of the application period. Please check your email regularly, including junk mail folders, and follow any instructions.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Application process opens: January 4, 2021

Deadline for applications: January 29, 2021


For a downloadable version, please click:

MFI Information Package (Word)

MFI Information Package (PDF)

Please note:

  • While every effort will be made to place students in the school identified as their area Middle French Immersion school, this is not always possible. In cases where the number of applications in a given area is greater than the number of allotted program spaces in the school, students may be redirected to schools with available program space.
  • Placements are made based on the child's primary home address of record prior to the application deadline. If the address changes between the application deadline and the fall of the Grade 4 year, there is no guarantee of placement in the new area.


Kindergarten Registration


 
Junior and Senior Kindergarten

Collect the required documentation (see below) and start the online registration process now. For more information, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.     
 
Required Documentation
 
The following documents are required when registering a child to attend a TDSB school:
  • Proof of age (birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian Citizenship card or certificate or baptismal record).
  • Proof of address, including any two of the following current documents: Utility bill (e.g. hydro, gas, water), cable TV, internet, or home phone bill, insurance policy (home, tenant, auto or life), mortgage statement, rental or lease agreement or deed, current purchase and sale agreement, property tax bill or notice of tax assessment. Original correspondence from a government agency or legal clinic may be accepted as a second proof of address document.
  • Proof of immunization (the card that shows a list of needles your child has received):
    1.  Report online www.toronto.ca/studentvaccines
    2. If unable to report online, parents can provide immunization information to the school and the school will mail a copy to Toronto Public Health. Toronto Public Health accepts and translates foreign immunization records.
    3. If requesting an exemption, call  416-392-1250. 
  • Verification of date of arrival, if your child was not born in Canada. Families who are permanent residents and refugee claimants may register directly at the school. Children without immigration status are welcome in our schools and information about them or their families will not be shared with immigration authorities. To register, please visit the International Programs and Admissions Office at 5050 Yonge Street, on the main floor, for a TDSB school admission letter

    In Person Registration
    You may wish to print and complete the Student Registration Form before visiting the school. This form is also available in school offices.