• funfair

    Fun Fair 2017

    Plus nine one day and minus twelve the next? That can only mean that Spring is here! With Spring comes ...

Principal’s message

Dear Parents, I hope everyone enjoyed a lovely March Break with family and friends. If, like me, you were not able to travel somewhere warm, I hope that you found warmth by a fire, under a cozy blanket, etc. as the temperatures dropped once again over the break. The temperature fluctuations seem to be continuing […]

Continue Reading

Chair’s Message

Please join us on Wednesday, March 29, at 7 pm  in the school library, for our APA meeting. This month, Tracey O’Toole will be sharing 2017/2018 student enrollment projections, staff allocations and the process for creating the 2017/2018 staffing model. Alanna Julian, Allenby’s Teacher-Librarian will speak about Allenby’s Library Learning Commons and provide links and resources for […]

Continue Reading
Introducing... The New Allenby Drop Zone

Introducing… The New Allenby Drop Zone

This week we debuted our new Allenby Drop Zone on St. Clements. Thank you to all parents for their cooperation and participation. Already, we have noticed a positive change in the flow of traffic, a reduction in congestion and students are getting to school on time and safely! We have also noticed that the minute one […]

Continue Reading
Earth Hour

Earth Hour

TDSB Earth Hour 2017 is this Friday, March 24 from 2pm to 3pm. During Earth Hour, we will be using as little electricity as possible. Where possible, we will also be reducing our electricity usage over the weekend.

Continue Reading

Allenby in the News …”Traffic Safety Concerns Raised on Stretch of Avenue”, North York Mirror

A recent article in the North York Mirror highlighted the issue of high speeds on Avenue Road. Representatives from the school (including some of our grade 5’s) and the APA recently attended a North York council meeting in support of a proposal put forward by Councillor Carmichael Greb to reduce the speed limit on Avenue Road […]

Continue Reading
TDSB Public Consultation on Enhancing Equity

TDSB Public Consultation on Enhancing Equity

The TDSB is undertaking a two part public consultation process where it will be sharing information and seeking advice from parents, students, staff and the broader community that will help the Board improve equity in Toronto’s public school system. The Board wants to know: What is working? What to protect, expand or spread for greater […]

Continue Reading

Principal’s message

Dear Parents, We have a very busy week leading up the break with a grade five and six ski trip and our yearly dance-a-thon. I know many families extend the break with trips around the globe. If your child will be leaving early or returning late I ask that you call the Safe Arrival Line […]

Continue Reading

Chair’s message

This week, Principal O’Toole received a note from Mike Colle, Eglinton Lawrence MPP, asking that we pass along information, and rally support for his Private Member’s Bill, the School Safety Zones Act, 2016. According to MPP Colle, the School Safety Zones Act proposes standardized lighting, signage and road markings that would enable motorists to easily identify when […]

Continue Reading

Kids Have Stress Too!

Thank you to the 60 parents who attended the Speaker Series, “Kids Have Stress Too!” on Monday evening. If you could not attend, the Psychology Foundation of Canada has free resources here. Monday’s speaker, Anne Murray will be at the Parents as Partners Conference on April 1st. Her talk at this upcoming free event is […]

Continue Reading