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

Orde Street Public School

First Day of School - Wednesday, September 7, 2022

If you need to register please got to TDSB and to REGISTRATION, where you will go to K-12 registration for 2022 2023, where your will make a safe and secure account to complete the registration process.

Our school is currently under construction, the boilers and rad/heating devises in each classroom are being replaced, and therefore we are unable to be in the Orde School building at this time. This will ensure we are completed the construction in time for the first day of school, Wednesday, September 7, 2022. Thank you for your patience. Please email the school for more information  .

Orde Street School


SCHOOL CALENDAR 2022 - 2023 - click for next year's school calendar



And, join and follow the conversation on Twitter by following @TDSB_MHWB and see how schools are supporting mental health and well-being with their students.

Mental Health Resources can be accessed at:


First Day of School is Wednesday, September 7, 2022

No School for students Friday, October 7, 2022, as it a professional Activity Day.

Monday, October 10, 2022 is Thanksgiving Monday and therefore no school for students

Professional Activity Day Friday, November 18, 2022 - Conference Morning for Parents, therefore not school for students (conferences are also available the week nights prior)

Friday, December 2, Professional Activity Day, not school for students

Winter Holidays Monday, December 26 - Friday, January 6, 2023, inclusive. No school for Students.  

Please click to see the school board's calendar.


We are CLOSED to Optional Attendance.


School Council Elections will be within the first 30 days of school. What for communition on meeting dates and times.


School Year Calendar

New Comers

School Safety

Mental Health a nd Well-Being

Getting Involved

We're Here to HELP


front view of school



Co-Chairs: Jennifer Bourque-Lee and Peggy Lee

Secretary: Jennifer Liauw

Treasurer: Somayeh Sadat

Communication: Kathy LiQing and Rosanna Lok

Spirit Wear: Jen Yeaman

New Family Mentor Lead: Jason Leung

Technology Support: Wayne Huang

Adhoc Executive: Valeria Jeremiah and Sonu Kumar

Thank you to everyone for your support and attendance.

School Council

Current Chair: Peggy Lee

Secretary and Communications: Jennifer Bourgue


Ward Council Rep: Peggy Lee

Communications: Jennifer Bourque Lee

Snack Program: Peggy Lee and Paula Tom

Community Rep; Tracy Clatworthy

Community Safety Representative/Officer: Michael Crossing Guard

January Minutes 2021

October Minutes 2020

Election Minutes attached 

TDSB's Link

Ward Forum Update


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 Please the School's Web Site: CLICK for the TDSB CALENDAR

 If you received a letter from Toronto Public Health, please update your child's immunization record with us using one of the following options:

Online reporting

Fax: 416-338-2487

If your child does not have all the needed vaccines, please contact your health care provider.


100 years of histroy

 ORDE'S VISION: Empowering and Enabling ALL students and propelling them forward to Infinite Achievement.

ORDE'S MISSION: We will ensure our students achieve their full potential by:




  • Every student in our school will have the capacity to achieve level 3 or higher in EQAO.  
  • Students and teachers will use Mathletics to assist with data accumulation and fill in gaps for student success through differentiated instruction and student support where needed. 


  • Closing the learning gaps by document and hitting DRA benchmarks and CASI results for all students.  
  • Providing CRRP in each classroom, and having a virtual library


  • Establish an anti-racism approach to eradicating all barriers for our students’ learning  while upholding and educating students and staff about Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation.  
    • This will be done through the Orange Ribbon/Every Child Matters Campaign and the Indigenous Studies PD.  
  • We will also explore ways to bring student voice and images that reflect our student population into the school and class environment, through the TDSB Character Traits.  
  • Engage in staff Pd to explore our own unconscious biases through the TDSB Equity department, Book Club, community dialogue and events.  


  • We are focusing on student and staff well-being by analyzing and discussing the challenges that COVID-19 has placed on all of us.  
  • We are working with the school Social Worker and the Gr. 7 & 8 student body  to provide mindfulness learning and opportunities for everyone.  
  • We are engaging with outside organizations to lead virtual events with a focus on relaxation , meditation and breathing.  
  • We are providing caring and nurturing staff members to the entire population via extra curricular activities  

Improvement Planning happens during Professional Learning which take place in the form Professional Collaborative Inquiry.

 As part of the Toronto District School Board, we value:

  • each and every student;
  • a strong public education system;
  • a partnership of students, schools, family and community;
  • the uniqueness and diversity of our students and our community;
  • the commitment and skills of our staff;
  • equity, innovation, accountability and accessibility; and
  • learning environments that are safe, nurturing, positive and respectful.

Our web site is one way we can demonstrate these values. Please visit often.