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2020 01 30 Ward 19 Forum Flyer Z_Patel

Holiday Concert!

Thank you to both Madame Moise and Mr.Hua for a wonderful holiday concert, Students danced sang, played and acted their way into the holiday season. Happy Holidays everyone, see you on January 6th 2020! 

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Coding Micro Bits!

Students in 8C and 7G the opportunity to have a Ryerson University student come in to help code Micro Bits. Students were able to code and play rock, paper, scissors, as well as other games! 


Agscape Presentation!

Students in grade 8 had the chance to have Catherine Hannon, a teacher ambassador come in from Agscape to talk about environmental initiatives around  farming. Students learned about issues around land use, sustainable practices and food security. 


Info For Secondary School!

Important Dates from the Guidance Department


Course selection time is fast approaching. Please have a discussion with your child to determine what courses they will be selecting in Grade 9. Consult with your child’s teacher if you have questions about Academic or Applied courses. As always, if you need any assistance or clarification, please contact the school. Below are some dates to keep in mind when going through this process.


January 31, 2020 Optional Attendance applications due to secondary schools – delivered by student/parent/guardian

February 14, 2020 Secondary schools will inform Optional Attendance applicants by this date

February 21, 2020 completed via myBlueprint and returned to elementary teacher/counsellor

February 28, 2020  All course selection sheets due to secondary schools – delivered by Elementary Counsellor


Only ONE course selection per student is submitted for ONE secondary school by the elementary school counsellor

It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to deliver this application to the school or schools of choice. Faxed or scanned copies will not be accepted.

Secondary School Information


Secondary Program Review and Optional Attendance

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is undertaking a review of secondary schools to ensure all students have equitable access to programs and opportunities, as close to home as possible. As part of the Secondary Program Review, the TDSB is reviewing the Optional Attendance policy (P013), which allows students to apply to schools other than their designated school by home address.



A public consultation process for both the Secondary Review and P013 started in November 2019. Please visit the TDSB website for more information and opportunities to provide feedback: https://www.tdsb.on.ca/High-School/Secondary-Program-Review.

If you have any questions and/or comments, please email SecondaryReview@tdsb.on.ca


Lest We Forget

Thank you to all staff and students who helped with the Remembrance Day Assembly on Monday November 11th. Students learned about the importance of the day through poetry, drama and music. 




City Planning!

Thank you to Madame Moise for organizing the geography workshop on Friday, November 8th. Students learned about what it takes to plan and develop a city! 

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Math Games!

The pictures with the cards are part of a game called SET. Students are using game theory to identify shape characteristics and patterns. The pictures with the papers in their hands are in class group assignments based on real life problem solving in math!


Grade 7 Boys' Soccer Team

Our grade 7 boys' soccer team! 

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High School Info Sessions

LC3 Secondary School Information Evenings

Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Elite Athletes/Arts (EA)

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Advanced Placement (AP)

Lester B Pearson Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Advanced Placement (AP)

Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Africentric Program (AfP) Pre-Advanced Placement (Pre-AP)

SATEC @ W A  Porter Collegiate Institute 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Math and Science Focus (MST)

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM International Baccalaureate (IB))

Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts Visual Arts 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts Performing Arts 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Advanced Placement (AP)

Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Extended French (ExF) French Immersion (FI)

Woburn Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Agincourt Collegiate Institute 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Extended French (ExF) Advanced Placement (AP) French Immersion (FI)

West Hill Collegiate Institute 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Advanced Placement (AP) Pre-Advanced Placement (Pre-AP)

R H King Academy 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM   & 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Leadership Pathway (P)


https://www.tdsb.on.ca/OpenHouses for all high school information evenings in the TDSB.

Thank you,

Stavros Tsirlis



Halloween Fun!

Thank you to the student council for organizing the Halloween Dance; and to all the students and teachers who dressed up. It was a spook-tacular time! 








Semi-Conference Finalists!

Congratulations to the girls soccer team for being semi-conference finalists. Way to go girls!





Grade 7s At The TSO

Grade 7 students had the opportunity to visit Roy Thompson Hall on Tuesday, October 22nd  "for an in-depth exploration of Mussorgsky’s famous work Pictures at an Exhibition."  Thank you to Mr.Hua for organizing this trip, and to all the other teachers for their support. 


Student Vote 2019/2020

Students in 8A, C and F had the chance to participate in the Student Vote Canada program, which took place all across Canada last week. Check out the link below so see how Hudson and schools all across Canada voted. During the week students researched into the political parties and their leaders to give convincing arguments to vote for a party.


Global news link on Student Vote Canada: 


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Orange Shirt Day

Thank you to all staff and students for wearing their orange shirts yesterday. Our brief assembly helped students understand the impact Residential schools had on the Indigenous community, and why it's important to recognize the hardships they endured. 

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Terry Fox Run

Thank you to all staff and students who participated in our annual Terry Fox Run. We have raised over $500 for cancer research. Thank you to the student council for organizing the event. 

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Me To We Day!

Students had the opportunity to participate in the city's annual ME to WE day, on Thursday, September 19th. The day consisted of speeches, and performances by notable celebrities and activists who focused on inspiring and promoting change throughout the world.     

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8A and 8C at Hillside!

Students in 8A and 8C had the opportunity to go to Hillside on Monday, September 9th. Students learned about water sheds and participated in a creek study, where they learned about various bottom dwelling invertebrates. 




Welcome Back!

Welcome back Hudson! Thank you to all staff, parents and students for making the first day back so amazing. We look forward to a great 2019/2020!