Oriole Park Junior Public School

Hanukkah

 

2021-22 Direct Donation Campaign

We are pleased to announce our second annual direct donation campaign! Last year we ran a highly successful campaign, asking families to give a meaningful donation which translated directly into items and experiences for our students at Oriole Park. Parents found it a quick and easy way to raise money for the school and received a tax receipt for their donation.

This year, based on the needs identified by the school, there are three main areas of focus:

  • Literacy
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) initiatives including the purchase of new musical instruments
  • Student Wellness – Physical Education Equipment and Mental Health

Make your Direct Donation at: School Cash Online from Nov. 27 – Dec. 11.

Please choose Oriole Park Junior Public School from the school drop down menu. 

Click on the Online Donation PDF for step-by-step instructions on how to donate via School Cash Online. 

For more information on the donation drive please here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Nadyne McConkey (nadyne.mcconkey@gmail.com) or Melissa Jones (melissa@melissaj.net). 
We look forward to a successful campaign and thank you for your continued support!

Oriole Park Parent Council

 

 

december happenings

COVID-19 Parent Resources

Traveling AdvisoryTDSB COVID-19 Screening Tools

Toronto Public Health updated the screening tool for students on September 1, 2021. Please use this version of the screening tool as well as this version of the TDSB Health Paper pass. Please conduct a self-assessment with your child and sign the Health Pass daily. 

COVID-19 Student Screening Tool 

TDSB Student Health Pass

What to do if your child has COVID-19 symptoms? COVID-19 Symptoms

What parents need to know when someone tests positive for COVID-19 in their child's school or class cohort (designated group). COVID-19 School Protocol

When to Self-Monitor, Self-Isolate or Send Your Child to School

Toronto Public Health has developed a Back to School Confirmation Form for parents/guardians to sign in the event of their child have a suspected or confirmed illness to confirm their child is safe to return to school. Toronto Public Health is not recommending or requiring medical notes for return to school.  Back to School Confirmation Form (Revised Feb. 8)

FACE MASKS

 It is important for students to wear their face masks when they are in school. Wearing a mask along with physical distancing and other public health measures can reduce the spread of COVID-19. When we all wear a mask to cover our respiratory droplets it provides source control to reduce the spread of germs into the air and on surfaces. Teach your child the proper use of masks and how to safely put on and take off a mask.