Thursday, November 7, 2019

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

I hope you are having a great week. I had to write this a bit earlier this week, as I'm at a couple of meetings end of week.




Here is the link to Trustee Tonks' Newsletter: https://t.e2ma.net/webview/6azt6c/665c2422b475af1a76b4fbbe1ad41dac




At C.R. Marchant, we strongly encourage our students to join clubs, sports and/or intramurals. We offer an "M" award at the end of the year. The criteria for the award, along with a write up of other student recognition awards can be found on the school website (link at the side).


Currently, we have an Arts Club (Ms. Kelly), Chess Club (Mr. Njini), Boys' Club (Mr. Cornell) and Grade 7 and 8 Science Club (Mr. Njini), Games Club (Mr. Acheson) and Best Buddies (Grade 6-8).




We also have student reps on our Safe and Caring Schools Team, Peer Mediators (Grade 8), L2L (Grade 8) and Me to We (Grade 6-8).




We also offer a variety of clubs and special events in the library under the direction of Ms. Grapko and in Music with Ms. Caruk.




Student Goal Setting!

Student Vision Boards!

November 2019

8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly; Parent Council at 9:30 a.m. in the library
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.

December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly

January 2020
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly

February 2020
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2020
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education

April 2020
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly

May 2020
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education

June 2020
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.)








Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Wednesday, October 30, 2019


Just a quick reminder to please book your parent teacher interview on-line using https://www.schoolinterviews.ca/ . You need the code I emailed you today. Report cards will be sent home on November 8th.


This week, we hosted our grade 6 and 8 Team meetings. The grade 6 teachers and support staff have been focusing on patterning with unit tests finalized over the next couple of weeks. At the next meeting, we will be looking at the mark books to see how each student is progressing thus far.


The grade 8s are focusing on providing authentic feedback. It is important for teachers to provide feedback in a variety of ways so students can reflect upon their work and improve their skills. The grade 8 teachers provide feedback in a variety of ways including:
-comments, both positive and constructive, written on tests and assignments
-feedback is related to the success criteria
-feedback is provided directly in google classroom
-homework is marked
-review lessons are taught to address common mistakes before moving on to the next concept
-teachers provide suggestions for special education staff to review with students
-quizzes and tests are taken while the students are making corrections
-feedback is provided through conferencing
-students also provide feedback through peer editing


In November, the grade 8 teachers will bring their mark books so we can see how each student is progressing across the rotary subjects.


Please stay abreast of Labour Negotiations on the TDSB website.


Looking forward to our Hallowe'en Celebrations tomorrow and the dance on Friday afternoon.


November 2019
1-Dance/Games/Movies
5-Grade 6 Raptor Trip
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


January 2020
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


February 2020
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2020
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education


April 2020
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


May 2020
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education


June 2020
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.)

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Wednesday, October

On Friday, we begin our next Character Ed Assemblies starting with our Grade 6 students. We will be recognizing those students who have exemplified the trait of Responsibility.




Students from each homeroom will also be sharing the goals they have set. As you know, staff have set their goals in the 3 Focus areas of Achievement, Equity and Wellness, and the students too have been busy creating short and long term goals and action plans! We will continue to focus on goal setting because you need goals to achieve in life.




The following clip is a great video on the importance and impact of having goals. I hope you enjoy...it's very inspiring...




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlY0PkWxCW8




October 2019
24-Cross Country Finals; Grade 7 to Kortright
25-Photo Retake Day; Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly; Grade 7 to Kortright
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
29-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
31-Hallowe'en 


November 2019

1-Dance/Games/Movies
5-Grade 6 Raptor Trip
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


January 2020
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


February 2020
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2020
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education


April 2020
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


May 2020
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education


June 2020
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.)




Thursday, October 17, 2019

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Thanks to all the parents who attended the Parent Council meeting on Tuesday night. We will send out minutes shortly.


We shared an article with Parent Council on Inclusive Design and talked about the TDSB Three Foci and the staff School Improvement Goals.


I'm hoping you can have a discussion at home about "washroom" etiquette. Sometimes it is a challenge to keep the washrooms clean at the school as some students aren't being respectful of this very public space. Some students don't even want to use the washrooms during the day because they are "grossed" out; something that I cannot fathom.


We have a group of students who have given us some great ideas and who will be reminding the students to keep the washrooms clean etc, but we thought it would be great if you can also discuss the following items at home:
  • wash your hands after using the washroom
  • do not play with the toilet paper and throw it around the bathroom
  • please urinate in the toilet or the urinal; not the floor or seats
  • please clean the seats if you do urinate on them by accident
  • do not write on the walls or in the individual stalls
  • only throw toilet paper in the toilet; no other products



October 20191
18-Grade 8 classes to Ripleys
24-Cross Country Finals; Grade 7 to Kortright
25-Photo Retake Day; Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly; Grade 7 to Kortright
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
29-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
31-Hallowe'en 


November 2019


5-Grade 6 Raptor Trip
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


January 2019
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


February 2019
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2019
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education


April 2019
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


May 2019
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education


June 2019
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Thursday, October 10, 2019




This week, the students were given a "Student Registration Verification" form to bring home. Please make sure the information is correct and return it to the school as soon as possible. The information is very important in case there is an emergency.

Don't forget our next Parent Council meeting is on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the library. All our welcome.

There is no school tomorrow (11th) as we have a PA Day. Staff will be working on our School Improvement Goals.

We will be sending home Individual Education Plans (IEP) for some students next week. An IEP is a special education document that indicates any modifications and/or accommodations that a student receives that will help them be successful in school. Parents and staff (and sometimes the student) create the document collaboratively as it is important to work together.



I hope to see you at the next Parent Council. I'm hoping to get our budget by then; if I do we can go over it together.


Have a great Thanksgiving.

October 20191

11-Pay Day
14-Thanksgiving
15-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.; IEPs sent home  

16-Cross Country Semi-Finals
24-Cross Country Finals
25-Photo Retake Day; Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
29-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
31-Hallowe'en 


November 2019
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly



January 2019
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


February 2019
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2019
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education


April 2019
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


May 2019
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education


June 2019
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Thursday, October 3, 2019


On Tuesday, October 1st, our students were presented with a "Social Media Awareness" slideshow by Police Constable, Peter DeQuintal.  Messages shared were focused around the consequences of online bullying and harassment through social media applications.  A particular lesson based on thinking before you post used the anacronym THINK:
T - is it Truthful?
H - is it Hurtful?
I - is it Illegal?
N - is it Necessary?
K - is it Kind?



Various C.R. students will be starting the "Best Buddies" program this week, in collaboration with staff member, Ms. Hutcheon.  Best Buddies builds friendships by offering social mentoring while improving the quality of life and level of inclusion for those that are sometimes isolated and excluded.  In this program, students will gain self-confidence, self-esteem and share interests, experiences and activities that many individuals take for granted. 


Here is the letter sent home regarding possible strike on Monday, Oct 7, 2019:


Dear Parents/Guardians,
As you are aware, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) announced that its members will take further job action on Monday, October 7, 2019, if a new collective agreement is not reached through negotiations with the province and the Council of Trustees Associations. The new job action will be a full withdrawal of services, which is otherwise known as a strike or a walk-out. Over 18,000 employees will not be at work for the duration of the strike, which is almost half of the Toronto District School Board’s employees. Most of these employees work in schools.

If this job action commences as scheduled, the Board will close all schools for all students on Monday, October 7, 2019 and for the duration of the job action. While we understand that this is a challenging time, parents will be required to make alternate arrangements for their children. This is not a decision that we made lightly and we have explored every possible contingency plan to keep schools open. Student supervision and safety are our top priorities and without the important services of these school-based employees, we cannot guarantee that our learning environments will remain safe and clean for all students.
Employees, who are members of CUPE, provide critical daily services, including (but not limited to):
  • building and school ground safety and security;
  • lunch room supervision;
  • educational support in full-day kindergarten classrooms;
  • supervision and support for students with special needs;
  • safe water checks;
  • washroom and water fountain cleaning;
  • heating system operations; and
  • safe arrival programs.
During this job action, all non-CUPE employees will continue to report to work in schools and administrative centres.
In addition to the closure of schools for students, the following programs and services will also be impacted should the strike action commence on Monday:
Third-Party Licensed Child Care Operators in TDSB Schools
During the full strike action when schools are closed to students, third-party child care operators located in TDSB schools will be permitted to remain open. However, operating hours have been adjusted to 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. It’s important to note that the decision to open or close will be made by individual child care operators. Please contact your child care operator directly to confirm and for more information.
Most of the services provided by licensed child care operators are not directly impacted by the CUPE strike. However, some TDSB CUPE employees have responsibilities related to the opening and closing of these child care facilities. With limited management staff to fill in these roles, we are doing our best to keep these child care operations open, but with limited operating hours.
TDSB Extended Day Programs
During the full strike action when schools are closed to students, TDSB-operated Extended Day Programs will also be closed to all families. This child care service is operated by CUPE employees. Parents/guardians will be refunded for any closure during the labour disruption. See the full list of TDSB-operated Extended Day Programs.
Permits
During the full strike action, all school permits are cancelled, including authorized recreation programs.

Continuing Education
During the full strike action, all continuing education classes are cancelled. This includes Adult ESL, Adult High Schools, Credit Programs, Community Programs/Learn4Life, and International Languages Elementary/African Heritage.
Meetings
The following meetings will be cancelled during the full strike action: school council meetings, advisory committee meetings and ward forums.

While the TDSB is not directly involved in the provincial negotiations, the Board remains hopeful that a new agreement will be reached before Monday, October 7, 2019. If an agreement is reached, schools will open as usual on Monday.
We are committed to providing an update to all parents/guardians over the weekend.
For ongoing updates and the latest information, please continue to check www.tdsb.on.ca/labour and follow @tdsb on Twitter.

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October 20191

10-IEPs sent home
11-Pay Day
14-Thanksgiving
15-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.

16-Cross Country Semi-Finals
24-Cross Country Finals
25-Photo Retake Day; Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
29-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
31-Hallowe'en 


November 2019
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly



January 2019
6-School Begins
17-PA Day
21-Parent Council
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


February 2019
7-Report Cards Sent Home
14-PA Day; Valentine's Day
17-Family Day
18-Parent Council
21-Character Ed Assembly
24-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
25-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
26-Graduation Photos


March 2019
16-20-March Break
23-Grade 6 Character Education
27-Grade 7 Character Education
30-Grad Photo Retake
31-Grade 8 Character Education


April 2019
10-Good Friday
13-Easter Monday
15-Grade 5 Open House
21-Parent Council
22-Grade 5 Parent Open House
23-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
30-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly


May 2019
7-Fire Drill #1
11-Fire Drill #2
14-Fire Drill #3
15-Lockdown Practice
18-Victoria Day
19-Parent Council
22-Grade 6 Character Education
28-Grade 7 Character Education
29-Grade 8 Character Education


June 2019
5-PA Day
12-Grade 8 Character Education; Graduation Practice
17-Grade 6 Character Education
18-Grade 7 Character Education
22-Grade 8 Graduation
23-Grade 6 Assembly (a.m.); Grade 7 Assembly (p.m.)
25-Last Day of School; Talent Show (p.m); Yearbook Signing (a.m.



Friday, September 27, 2019

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

A big thanks to Ms.McLean for organizing our Terry Fox Run today (and the Chili yesterday)! The students really enjoyed participating today and the weather held up for us. It was truly a beautiful day. If you would like to sponsor on-line, please see the message below:  
C. R. Marchant Middle School is proud to be participating in the 2019 Terry Fox School Run. Please join us and support this wonderful cause by donating to our school’s fundraising page at: http://www.terryfox.ca/CRMarchantMSYork Thank you for joining us in the fight against cancer!


As you may know, there may be a Withdrawal of Selected Services from CUPE Local 4400 starting Monday.  A copy of the letter that was sent to your email from the Chair of TDSB and the Director is listed below.

I hope you all have a good weekend.


October 20191-Grade 8 Secondary Information Night at 6:00 p.m.; Social Media Assembly
10-IEPs sent home
11-Pay Day
14-Thanksgiving
15-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.
25-Photo Retake Day; Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
28-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
29-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
31-Hallowe'en 


November 2019
8-Report Cards Sent Home
11-Remembrance Day Assembly
15-PA Day
18-Grade 6 Character Assembly
19-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
20-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly
19-Parent Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.


December 2019
6-PA Day
16-Grade 6 Character Ed Assembly
17-Grade 7 Character Ed Assembly
18-Grade 8 Character Ed Assembly





Thursday, September 26, 2019
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB


Dear Parents/Guardians,
This is an important update about job action being taken by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which represents school support staff, such as caretakers, lunchroom supervisors, office/clerical staff and Designated Early Childhood Educators. For a full list of CUPE job classifications, please visit the TDSB webpage for Labour Negotiations.
CUPE is in negotiations with the Government of Ontario and public school boards to achieve a new collective agreement. At this time, the union has announced that its members will begin a job action, sometimes referred to as work-to-rule, on Monday, September 30. This means that staff who are members of CUPE will start a partial withdrawal of service on this date. The job action will affect all Ontario school boards and schools, as well as administrative offices.
It is important to note that schools will remain open during this work-to-rule and instructional programs will continue to run. During this time, principals and vice-principals will work together with staff to maintain a caring and positive school environment for students. As always, student safety and learning remain the top priorities of all TDSB staff. Our superintendents will be in daily contact with our schools during this time to assess any concerns that may arise.
On Monday, September 30, CUPE will start a partial withdrawal of services, which includes, but is not limited to:
  • Not sweeping hallways, office areas and gymnasiums
  • Not doing school compost or recycling programs
  • Not cutting grass, shovelling or completing other ground maintenance duties
  • Not collecting or accepting money for school-related initiatives and fundraising
A full list of CUPE services that will be impacted is available online.
Employees, who are members of CUPE, provide important services to our schools and administrative offices. As the partial withdrawal of services continues, it may have a more significant impact on school activities, permits and school operations. We will continue to update parents/guardians with new information as soon as it becomes available. For on-going updates, please visit the TDSB webpage for Labour Negotiations and follow @tdsb on Twitter.
As you can imagine, principals and vice-principals will have to take on additional tasks as a result of the on-going job action and we appreciate your patience. During this time, there may be some delays when trying to contact your school office.
Dates for continued negotiations to achieve a new collective agreement have been set. We remain hopeful that negotiations between CUPE, the Government of Ontario and public school boards will soon result in a new collective agreement.
 
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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

I hope you are having a great week. I had to write this a bit earlier this week, as I'm at a couple of meetings end of week. Here is...