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Military Trail Public School

2021/2022 School Uniform Policy

Dear Parents,

As we inch closer to the start of our 2021/2022 school year, we wanted to express how happy we are to see our students back in school as we approach in school learning since April of 2021.

This year we will slowly start to get back to normal by re-implementing our uniform policy.  Grades 1-8 will be required to wear the school uniform last implemented in 2019/2020.  Pants will consist of Grey or Blue (Denim jeans are not accepted).  White collared shirts either long or short sleeved are acceptable.  If you have any further questions, please contact contact the school and speak with Ms. Clements, our school Office Administrator.  Details regarding school safety procedures will follow shortly.

Looking forward to seeing you all.

Mr. Lalonde

Message from the TDSB re: Parent Selection of In-Person or Virtual in 2021/22

Update:  August 5, 2021 10:25am

Please remember to complete the TDSB Selection Form sent to you by email today which allows you to select which platform you wish your child to receive between In Person School or Virtual .  Your opportunity to select your choice ends August 12.  Pleaee refer to the message below for further details. If you have any questions please contact the school.

Mr. Lalonde


Dear Military Trail Parents/Guardians,

 

As shared in May, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) will be asking all families to complete a Selection Form for In-Person or Virtual Learning for the 2021-22 school year.

Over the past several weeks, COVID-19 cases in Toronto have continued to decline, and we have seen significant progress with vaccines among adults and children aged 12-17. This is encouraging news, and we look forward to reconnecting all students to their home schools and welcoming them in person in September. 

While requests for Virtual Learning will be accommodated where necessary, we strongly encourage all students to select In-Person Learning. Based on our TDSB data about how students feel they learn best, and available data with respect to students returning to in-person learning, we feel confident that this is the best choice for students following what has been a challenging year.

Families can complete the Selection Form for In-Person or Virtual Learning online from Thursday, August 5 to Thursday, August 12

An email with a Selection Form link will be sent on Thursday, August 5. Families with two or more children will receive a separate email and link for each student. Families must complete the Selection Form using the link provided.

Those without an email address on file with the TDSB will receive a phone call to complete the Selection Form between August 10 and 12. Students will be placed in In-Person Learning if we do not receive a completed Selection Form by August 12.

Thank you for your cooperation as we work together to prepare for a smooth start to the school year.

For more information, please visit www.tdsb.on.ca/School-Year-2021-22/Selection-Form.

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Malvern Family Resource Centre

Military Trail P.S. is excited to be in partnership with Derry Gittens and the Malvern Family Resource Centre.

Derry is providing FREE community-based Student and Family Advocacy (SFA) virtual support services at Malvern Family Resource Centre (MFRC) that are culturally relevant focusing on capacity-building, career/pathway exploration learning opportunities, food/childcare supports and system navigation supports.  SFA services are tailored to the needs of Black students (ages 6-12) and their families in Toronto’s North-East Scarborough and Malvern communities. These services are funded under the Black Youth Action Plan (BYAP) Student and Family Advocates (SFA) Initiative. Please contact Derry Gittens at (416) 284-4184 ext. 228 and/or dgittens@mfrc.org for more information.

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School Mental Health Ontario Action Kit

In these times of Covid Fatigue and the stresses on our Mental Health and Wellness, the School Mental Health Ontario offers an Action Kit for parents, students and educators with a variety of practical resources.  SMHO doesn't provide mental health advice, counselling or

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treatment. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. You can also reach out to Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868.  The following link will allow you to access these resources.  School Mental Health Ontario 

Important Message to Parents

Self-Screening Tool It is very important that parents take the time every morning to screen and sign the Self Screening Tracking forms before sending your child to school.  If your child exhibits any symptoms, PLEASE do not send them to school.

Masks are also to be worn by both students and parents when coming onto school property.  Please make sure surgical or cloth masks are worn.

Lets keep everyone safe.  Lets do our part

A Message from MTPS Staff

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Kindergarten Registration 2020-2021

Kindergarten Registration will begin in February for the 2020 - 2021 School Year.

If your child was born in the year 2016 you are able to register for the new school year.  Please call the school at 416 396-6475 to set up an appointment, also to find out the documentation that is needed to register your child. 

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French Review Survey:

Parents/guardians, former TDSB students and community members are  invited to provide feedback on French programs via an online survey. Please use the link below to share your views on French programs in TDSB schools