Cookie Dough Fundraiser

DGPS  SChool Council invites you to order pre-portioned frozen Cookie Dough to support their fundraising efforts.

The  orders are due by November 7th; if paying by a cheque, please make it payable to Danforth Gardens Parent Council.

The orders will be delivered on November 22, 2019 between 2:30-6pm on the stage in the gym.

Thank you for your generous support.


Bag2School and Food Drive



food drive

DGPS is working hard to prove we are dedicated to improving our communities.

Next week we ask that you contribute to two causes - Bag2School sponosred by our Eco Team and WE Scare Hunger organized by our MeToWe Group.

We thank you for your generosity.


Movie Night

We invite you all to come to our Movie Night,

sponsored by School Council. The event takes place on October 25th at 6:30pm.

The admission to the movie is FREE.

Till next year...


Our annual Fall Fun Fair was enjoyed by all.Thank you to the organizers, sponsors, and everyone who contributed to the success of the event! 











It's not too late - order your DGPS t-shirts, hoodies, and pants from

DGPS Online Spirit Wear


by October 21st, 2019.

Pick your favorite item and celebrate the school spirit.











Join us tomorrow, October 19th  for FALL FUN FAIR.

Free activities from 1-4 pm for kids all ages.

See you there. 

DGPS Soccer Team Wins!

Soccer team wins a tournamentDGPS Boys' soccer team came undefeated today at a grade 7/8 tournament held at Bliss Carman PS.  After winning their first match against the hosting team, the boys tied the second match against Cedarbrook PS. The team won the last match of the day against Donwood PS with the score 6:1. The boys and their coach, Mr. McGuffin certainly deserve to be  celebrated for their victory but also the sportsmanship behaviour on and off the court. Well done!

Grade 8 to 9 Info Night

2019 Beyond 8 invitation RHDGPSCnew

Fall Fun Fair

You are all invited to attend the annual

Fall Fun Fair

that will happen on Saturday,

October 19th from 1pm to 4pm.

The attached link offers all the info you might need.

Gang Prevention Town Hall

Town Hall - Oakridge

Trustee Meet and Greet

As we start the new school year, this is an
opportunity for parents and school council leaders
to engage and collaborate with our school
Superintendents and Trustee Parthi Kandavel.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 1st
Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Bliss Carman Senior Public School

10 Bellamy Rd S, Scarborough, ON M1M 3N8

Refreshments & Childcare will be provided

Please RSVP at: Tania.Jabbar@tdsb.on.ca

Book Fair

Our library hosted its annual Scholastic book fair from September 16th-20th with the

goal of raising $2000 to support our language program as well as reading for pleasure.

Many of you visited it throughout the week and during our Curriculm Night.

Your visits and purchases contributed to reaching our goal.Well done, DGPS!





Native Child and Family Services of Toronto shared two great opportunities for our students and their families to get involved. Please see the posters below for additional infomration and to register.

Girls who fight

pow wow


This week the staff and studnets enged in various team building activities to improve further the positive school culture and sense of belonging to our school community.


The workshops included story telling, video making, hulla hoop, hot seat, music, outdoor play, stomp, mindful movement, board games, capture the flag, snack station; all were led by staff members. in the gym and library we received a DGPS shirt that we signed for each other. Our camp experience was GREAT!



DGPS Spirit Wear Store

DGPS Spiritwear

Danforth Gardens Spirit Wear is on sale! 
Please visit our Spirit Wear store before 
October 20th, 2019

DGPS Spirit Wear Online Store

All orders will be delivered directly to the school.
Minimum 12 orders needed.
Once the deadline has passed, 
no additional orders will be accepted.

Our September Assembly

We hosted Scott Graham's Courage and Anti-bullying presentation on Friday, September 6th.                    Courage

International keynote speaker and Governor General of Canada award winner, Scott Graham used

humor with powerful anti-bullying messages to create an impactful message of hope and courage.

It was a great opportunity for the whole school community to come together and establish norms for

a successful, respectful and bully free learning environment.