Islamic Heritage Month

TDSB Muslim Heritage Month 2021

Canadian Islamic Heritage Month has been recognized across our nation since October 2007.  In November 2016, the province of Ontario established October as Islamic History Month through the Islamic Heritage Month Act, "proclaiming a month to be Islamic Heritage Month in Ontario will provide all Ontarians, both today and in future generations, with an opportunity to reflect, celebrate, and learn about the rich and longstanding Islamic history in the Province and the diverse roles and contributions of Muslim people in communities across Ontario. This new understanding will turn help combat anti-Islamic sentiment." 
The TDSB Islamic Heritage Month Volunteer Planning Committee initiated a poster created by photographs provided by author Richard A. Awid with the theme History of Early Canadian Muslims.  In addition, we’re excited to release an updated version of the TDSB Islamic Heritage Month Resource Guidebook (2021) as it may be used as an educational tool to learn about the Islamic heritage. 

Timetable & App Information

welcome back to school

 Student Timetables

Student timetables are available through the TDSB Connects App (scroll ahead in Calendar in the app to see the Semester 2 courses). The TDSB Connects app enables students to see their daily schedule and view daily announcements. Download the app now at the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

Please keep in mind that student and staff timetables are subject to change during the first few weeks of school, so it is important to check the app for the most up-to-date timetable.

How to Read Your 2021/22 Timetable

Modified Semester Schedule

modified semester schedule for 2021/22 school year

In this model, students will take four courses, two each during alternating weeks. They will continue to be cohorted but will now be part of four cohorts (one for each class).

Teachers will be covering questions related to the timetable and apps in their classes this week if students have further queries.



You must complete health screening daily. Paper copies of the Health Pass are also available at school.

The Health Screening App can be accessed by:

1. Visiting (web-based); or

2. Downloading the app on to your phone or tablet: • Visit the Google Play Store or Apple App Store 

In the app: type tdsb in the top field and click Save and Login • Log in with your TDSB email address and password

Covid Vaccination Information

covid vaccine information for 12-17 years old

In mid-May the government announced that children 12 and up are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. 

The TDSB has an information page based on advice from Toronto Public Health, as well as their own TDSB Vaccination page. If you or your child / ward are still in need of vaccination, here is the list of Scarborough clinics and online booking. Toronto has a Covid-19 website with all the information you need.

School Council Info

School Council Information can be found on our Parent and Caregiver Page using the menu tab on the top left. 

Guidance Update

Guidance with arrows pointing in different directions
Guidance has some counsellor changes and new Google Classrooms for Junior and Senior students.
Grade 9/10 Classroom Code: tmkrpre
Grade 11/12 Classroom Code: ocj44nx

If students have any questions, they can contact the appropriate Guidance staff (alpha by last name).

(A-I) Ms. Stephens (ACL) (
(J-O) Ms. Azavedo (
(P-Z) Ms. Renzetti (
(Guidance Office Administrator) Ms. Chavez (

Students are encouraged to check the Guidance Google classroom and their TDSB student email account regularly.

West Hill Arts Showcase

Virtual Arts Showcase

West Hill Arts has a new website to showcase all the immense arts talent that our students and staff have! Created by our ACL, Ms. Parker-Cook, this site demonstrates the work being done this year, including the Black Heroes Project, music, drama, dance, visual arts, media arts, and our NAC course that focuses on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit art.

Thanks also to Ms. Seydoux, Ms. Worsnop and Ms. Reynolds for bringing our arts programs alive this year, even in the virtual world!

Class of 2021 - Virtual Commencement Ceremony and Program

Class of 2021 - no Zoom link

We were thrilled to share in this moment with our grads! If you missed it, or want to replay for family and friends to celebrate your achievements, here is the link for the Virtual Commencement Ceremony.

We have also created an e-Program which you can download or print as a keepsake.

Program (Digital)

Program (Printer-Friendly)

A HUGE thank you to the Commencement Committee and all who helped to make this virtual ceremony possible.

Grads, you should be so proud of what you have accomplished! "May you always keep learning, growing, and realizing the best in yourself." (author unknown)