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Mask Etiquette Review

As we head into the winter months, it is extremely important that everyone follows proper mask protocols. Allenby students are asked to bring two masks to school each day, one that they wear into school in the morning, and another that they change into after lunch. At the end of each day, both of these […]

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Ontario’s COVID-19 Response: Red Zone

Effective Saturday, November 14th, Toronto will move into the “Red” control level of Ontario’s COVID-19 Response Framework. In her November 10th statement, Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, emphasized that the spread of COVID-19 has never been greater in Toronto. In response to this upward trend, the current public health requirements will […]

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Mask Usage & Fit

This week we want to review proper usage and fit when it comes to wearing masks. One challenge we’re seeing is with our youngest students, who in some cases are finding it difficult to keep their masks on. When masks don’t fit properly, the student has to regularly adjust it, which we definitely want to […]

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Mask Guidelines

TDSB Mask Policies

      Following the newly updated TDSB guidelines, please ensure you and your children are wearing a mask at all times during drop-off and pick-up. It is encouraged that all adults and children (over the age of 2 years) wear a mask while walking within the “footprint” of the school (Avenue Rd., St. Clements […]

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Mask Guidelines

      Please remember to follow all TSDB and school protocols specific to masks. Parents and students of Allenby are asked to wear their masks anywhere in the school zone at entry and dismissal. The school zone includes St. Clements, Castlefield and the school yard. An overview of these protocols are included below, along […]

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Mental Health Matters

As we start our 2020/21 school year, it is important to ensure we are making time for our mental health. This week we are highlighting the mental health video series shared by the TDSB. Also, follow the TDSB Mental Health Twitter feeds for updates on TDSB Mental Health Initiatives.       https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Return-to-School/Resources-During-Covid-19/TDSB-Mental-Health-Video-Series      […]

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Lost and Found

Parents, students & teachers, If you have not been by already, please come by and checkout our NEW Lost & Found – located in the St. Clements entrance. We will be doing our second clean out of the school year on Friday February 28th, with all non labelled items being sent for donation. Please come […]

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Lost and Found

A reminder to check the Lost and Found for any items you may be missing at home. The Lost and Found area for all students, grades K-6, is located just inside the St. Clements doors. The Lost and Found currently has a multitude of hoodies, water bottles, lunch boxes, shoes, jackets, hats and bathing suits. Labelled items are often reunited with their owners, but it is […]

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