September 2019 The Allenby Parents’ Association (APA) welcomes you to the 2019/2020 school year and to our community! Please take a few minutes to go through the following information and list of must-do’s. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lisa Parker. 1. Opt-in for the APA Newsletter (before September 14th) All parents […]
Pizza lunch registration through Amilia closes on September 15. Paper forms and cheques will not be accepted. Orders received after the deadline will not be processed. The deadline to express interest in a Class Representative role is September 15. Class Representatives will be determined and informed before Friday, September 21. The deadline for the newsletter, family directory, and class […]
The APA is looking for a parent that does or has access to inexpensive printing/copying services. We typically print colour flyers and signage for our events. If you can help out, please contact Gillian Uy.
Each year, the APA distributes Allenby School t-shirts to the newest and smallest members of our school community. Every JK student should have received their “Welcome to Allenby” t-shirt this week. Please contact Lisa Parker if your JK student did not receive one.
Please be reminded that the deadline to express interest for a Class Representative role is September 15th. The APA would like to have a Class Representative in each class. Anyone can express interest—the only requirement is that you have a student in the class you’d like to help with! Class Representatives provide a connection between the APA […]
Parents are reminded to provide their feedback on the APA’s Hot Lunch Program. Responses to the Hot Lunch Satisfaction Survey are due today.
The APA’s “Think Big for Allenby” campaign is your chance to provide your ideas on how APA surplus funds could be spent to benefit our students and our school. There are two ways that you can submit your “Think Big” ideas: Come to the APA meeting on March 28th, where we will be brainstorming and […]
November has shaped up to be a busy month in terms of APA initiatives. Alex Russell, November 22nd from 7:00pm to 9:00pm – Alex Russell, clinical psychologist, will be speaking in the Allenby Gym about how parents can take a positive and emotionally rewarding role in their children’s lives, while allowing them to have the opportunity […]
There has been a keen focus on Equity within the TDSB over the last few years. Last year, the TDSB formed the Enhancing Equity Task Force, whose mandate was to launch a community engagement process to explore what equity strategies have worked and what challenges remain within the TDSB in terms of “equity for all” as […]
As the weather gets colder and the mornings darker, we recognize that the “walking to school honeymoon” is starting to fade (we get it!). We’ve noticed an increase in the traffic around the school and the number of people using our St. Clements and Castlefield Drop Zones. We are very proud of our Drop Zone […]