WFSA School Council

The Wedgewood Family & School Association is the name of Wedgewood's Parent Council. It is open to all parents, grandparents and guardians of Wedgewood students, and members of the school staff. By becoming an active member of the Association you can: 

  • Become acquainted with other parents and teachers; 
  • Exchange ideas, concerns and gain a better understanding of the needs of our children; and 
  • Learn about the programs and policies of the school and the Toronto District School Board. 
You can participate in the association by attending its meetings, or by volunteering for any of these committees: Fundraising Committee, Communications Committee, Social Committee, Health & Safety Committee, Board Liaison Committee, Community Outreach, Welcoming Committee
 

Volunteering

Sometimes school activities require volunteers in the classroom to help with special projects, reading, math, crafts, special presentations such as Scientists in School, on Field Trips, in the Library, Skating program (help lace up skates), the Terry Fox Run, Fun Day and Play Day. Our volunteers play a major role in enhancing school life at Wedgewood. They contribute to the strong sense of community within our school. If you would like to help out, please speak to one of our staff.
 

School Volunteers & Visitors

In order to ensure our children's safety, Wedgewood staff needs to be aware of all volunteers and visitors. When you arrive at the school, please buzz at the door to be let in, and then drop by the office to sign in and obtain a badge.

 

School Council

School councils are an excellent way for parents to get involved in their child`s education. Our school has an elected school council that is an important forum for involving all members of the school community in issues that affect the education of students. The school council is made up of an elected committee of parents, staff and student representatives, appointed community members, the principal, and a general membership which includes all parent of children attending the school. The school council advises the principal on a variety of issues and activities relating to student achievement, curriculum goals and priorities, school budget priorities, school safety, renovation plans, after school activities, and criteria for selection of new principals.