COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Project
Our School has a COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Project.

Hunter's Glen Junior Public School

Hunter's Glen Junior Public School








Summer Strategies for September Return 




TDSB Summer 2021 Well-Being Guide







Scarborough Health Network (SHN), Scarborough OHT, and local partners have come together to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine across the community. They are doing this through vaccine clinic sites and mobile vaccine teams. Learn more at

David & Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute


Tuesday, June 1
Noon to 8 p.m.

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute
125 Brockley Drive

1st Dose (Pfizer): For those 12 years of age or older who live, go to school, or work in Scarborough. Proof of address or employment required.

Starting on the day of the pop-up clinic, tickets are provided to individuals for same-day vaccine appointments on a first come, first served basis. You will receive a ticket with a specific time slot for your appointment.

What to bring

  • ID or document with your address or proof of employment
  • Health card or government-issued ID, if you have one

Learn more at


Open House at Charles Gordon Sr. P.S.

May 27th, 2021 at 6:00 pm. "See" you all there!


 Google Link:


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Classroom Organization 2021-2022

This month, we will begin the process of organizing classes for the 2021-2022 school year. As you can appreciate a tremendous amount of planning factors into the equitable design and organization of these classes. If you have any questions or comments on this matter, please direct them to the school office (416) 396-6340 before the end of this month. Thank you!


Let's Talk Vaccines

 Join us for a conversation with Dr. Vinita Dubey Associate Medical Officer of Health and Nicole Welch, Director & Chief Nursing Officer Toronto Public Health to learn more about vaccines and answer your questions.

Thursday, May 6, 2021
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.




Elementary Summer School 2021 – Registration Now Open!

The focus of the Elementary Summer School Program is to support student learning and engagement through the month of July. Programs, embedded in Literacy and Numeracy, are developed by the local summer school principal to reflect the local school focus.  Thirty-eight programs are offered to students in Kindergarten to Grade 8, from July 5 – 30, 2021, in-person or online through virtual instruction.

 Registration is now open! Click here for a full list of participating schools and registration information.



In recognition of Latin-America History Month, we would like to congratulate our Grade 5 student Miki Tomani in Mr. Cummins class for for submitting the winning artwork for this year's poster competition! Your skills and efforts have been recognized across the TDSB! Well done!




Youth Zone Learning Space

The Storefront’s Youth Zone Learning Space is a space where curious and inquisitive youth are connected with knowledgeable local residents who have a passion for sharing. On Wednesdays from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm, youth can join Google Meet for interactive and engaging lessons from different points of view. If youth need help with a specific subject or assignment they can book one on one sessions for Math and Science on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:15 pm. The program is for students grade 5 to 12 to hang out, gain leadership skills, have fun and learn something new! Click the link to sign up



Free Dental Care from Toronto Public Health: Open clinics right now

We currently have 14 of our 24 Toronto Public Health dental clinics open to provide emergency and urgent dental care. Free dental care is available for children (0-17 years), parents enrolled in selected Toronto Public Health programs and seniors (65 years and older). See attached a highlighted list of the clinics available and details of who is eligible. [flyer in folder].

If you have a client that is in need of urgent or emergency dental treatment, please contact one of the clinics listed or call 416 338 6565.

Open clinics in Scarborough:

  • 150 Borough Dr., Scarborough Civic Centre, 416-338-7442

  • 2660 Eglinton Ave. East, The Hub, 416-338-3764

  • 27 Tapscott Rd., Unit 1, TAIBU Community Health Centre, 416-338-5400


Full Day Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Month

Students NEW to the TDSB who will be 4 years of age by December 31st, 2021 and invited to register online for our Full Day Kindergarten Program starting in September 2021.

Character Trait Education: Cooperation (April)




Each month, we celebrate student accomplishments for specific character traits. Our “HG Heroes” are recognized in a virtual recognition assembly viewed by all classes. 

Please join us in congratulating all the winners!

Latin American History Month


During the month of April, the Toronto District School Board proudly recognizes Latin-America History Month. In April 2016, our TDSB Board of Trustees voted that April be designated as Latin-America History Month. The motion was a result of advocacy on behalf of TDSB students, educators, parents/caregivers as well as community organizations within LAEN-The Latinx, Afro-Latin-America Abya Yala Education Network. Together, hundreds of community members called for the TDSB to take up the work of addressing social inequities harming TDSB school families with ancestry from the Lands that are known in Western mainstream culture as Latin-America.

Sikh Heritage Month




This year our theme is Growing our Future: The Legacy of Sikh Farmers.

Sikh Canadians have lived in Ontario since the turn of the twentieth century. They have made significant contributions to the growth and prosperity of Ontario and their traditions and culture continue to be a vibrant part of every aspect of life of Canadians today. This includes many Sikh families who are engaged in farming throughout Canada.

Join our Virtual Celebration!
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

see the Celebration flyer

Read a Presentation on Sikh Heritage Month


is now open up appointment dates/times from low income families and teens 13+ to come in and receive school supplies, activities, mental health resources etc.


Please go to their website for more information on how to make an appointment (precaution during COVID to limit capacity):



Black Community Resources

1. Black Health Alliance: For various resources and wraparound services during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit their website or call (647) 367-6656.

2. Free Good Food Boxes for Black Families: FoodShare and Not Another Black Life is giving away 454 FREE GoodFood Boxes for Black families who are currently self-isolating in Toronto. Contact 416-363-6441 or

3. Black Creek Community Farm Emergency Food Box: Call 416-393-6381 for application.

4. Emergency Food Support: Afri-Can FoodBasket is working to provide emergency food support to individuals and families within Black communities in Toronto who have been affected by COVID19 and are in need to support access to food. Call (416) 832-5639.

5. Black Moms Connection Facebook Group: Connection with a founded-in-Toronto online global village of over 15,000 members and non-profits providing culturally relevant programs and resources to educate and empower the Black mother and her family.

6. Caribbean African Canadian Social Services (CAFCAN). In partnership with the Toronto District School Board, CAFCAN is providing mental health supports to children, youth and their families. They can be reached at 416-740-1056 or

Hearts and Minds Newsletters




Link: March Newsletter


Making Our Thinking Visible!

Welcome to our school web site. As part of the Toronto District School Board's Vision for Learning we will be focusing on three areas: equity, well-being and achievement. Together we will:

1) Make every school an effective school;
2) Build leadership within a culture of adaptability, openness and resilience;
3) Form strong and effective relationships and partnerships;
4) Build environmentally sustainable schools that inspire teaching and learning;
5) Identify disadvantage and intervene effectively.

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. 

"Education doesn't determine the path a person will follow; it gives the person tools to make informed decisions about that path" - Anna Levanthal