General Alert
Toronto Public Heath has announced that all schools in Toronto - including those at the TDSB, will be closed to in-person learning as of Wednesday, April 7, 2021, and remain closed up to and including Sunday, April 18, 2021.
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Welcome to Rolph Road Elementary School K-6

 

Welcome to our school website. It is updated weekly with important information on safety measures, In-School and Virtual School Options, Covid-19 Protocols, 2021-22 Kindergarten Registration, Safe Arrival, Grade level Registration, Principal's communication and all other processes that are being applied to the specific context of our school. Click on the menu items to find out more about our school and please visit often to stay connected.

 

ROLPH GOES 3-D with RUBIK’S PROJECT 

Mr.Cushman's Grade 1 class and Mr.Whitaker's Grade 6 class safely collaborated on an art project using 225 Rubiks

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Cubes to make a giant mosaic of the Rolph Road school crest. The unique nature of this project allowed students from both grades to work together, while staying distant. Mr. Whitaker’s Grade 6s worked with their classmates to solve most of the cubes to reflect the colour combinations in our school logo. RCEach Grade 1 was assigned 1 cube to complete and inserted the final cubes to complete this giant 3-D artwork. It is now on display in front of the school office. The project was such a big success that we invested in hundreds of cubes , so that students from all classes can problem solve and take the Rubik’s challenge

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with cube mosaics and patterning algorithms.

Watch out for a Cubing Club coming to Rolph next school year! 

 




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What you need to Know for Return to School! ** NEW Screening Tool **

A new daily screening tool is now in effect. Here is the TDSB’s Health Pass for students.

  • Please make sure to sign and bring your child’s Health Pass on Tuesday Feb 16th, 2021.
  • You may Print this if you have lost or misplaced your child’s Health Passport (duotang).
  • A NEW Health Passport will be provided to all students at the end of the day Tuesday Feb 16th
  • Please use this moving forward, to verify your child’s screening at the start of each day.
  • Teachers will check this every morning before school entry.
  • Should you have any questions regarding this new tool, symptoms or protocols, please email me or call the office.

 

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Kindergarten Registration for September 2021-22 School Year is NOW OPEN !!

Children who will be 4 by December 31, 2021 / who are born in 2017, are eligible to start Junior Kindergarten in September 2021. If you know families in the community who would like to register, please pass on this information and have them email our School Office Rolph@tdsb.on.ca   as of today Friday January 8th, 2021 to book a "Virtual Kindergarten Registration Appointment". Please Note: There is no "In-Person" registration at the school. As per Board direction, parents and visitors are currently not permitted to enter the school. Only parents or legal guardians can register their children for school. 

The 2021-22 FDK Online Registration portal is now OPEN . Please proceed to Register Online  and we also ask that you please Email our school office to book your Virtual JK Registration Appointment. Appiontments are scheduled Friday mornings in the month of February.

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Elementary Switching Update – December 2020/January 2021

not guarantee that a switch will be possible. The information gathered will help inform our decision-making for this last opportunity to switch for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

New Screening Tool - December 7, 2020

The TDSB takes its lead from Toronto Public Health and will begin using this new screening guidance starting Monday, December 7, 2020.(see image screening tool below or view here --> student screening tool

It will be secured on the left side of your child's Covid Screening Passport (aka duo-tang) on Monday December 7th, 2020.

  

Covid Decision Guide/Flow Chart:

Updated Oct.2, 2020 

The TDSB takes its direction from Toronto Public Health. Please see their new 

Covid Decision Guide/Flow Chart to determine what steps to take if your child exhibits symptoms.

Here’s what has changed: Please review carefully.