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Last Spirit Day of the Year

We couldn’t think of a better final Spirit Day at Allenby than Pride. A celebration of equality, diversity, acceptance and an acknowledgement of the efforts made by the LGBTQ community and the world to recognize and accept who people choose to love. Today we will take a whole school photo with staff and students dressed […]

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Play Day/Water Day on Monday – June 25

On Monday, June 25th the students of Allenby will be having a year end Play Day which includes some water activities. All students are required to wear their bathing suits with a t-shirt and shorts. Please have your child dressed in their swim gear (sun hat, water shoes, sunscreen, towel) or wick-away clothing as they […]

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Used Book Drive – Thank You

A big Thank You to all the kids and families who donated books to the used book drive benefiting The Children’s Book Bank.  As usual Allenby families stepped up to help out a worthy cause and my car was packed full of wonderful books. The Book Bank was extremely appreciative of all our your donations […]

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Spirit Day – June 22 – Wear Your Pride Colours

Our final Spirit Day of the year is on Friday June 22nd. For our final Spirit Day, we want to recognize Pride Month and are asking students to dress in coloured t-shirts to represent the colours of the Pride Flag by grade as outlined below: Kindergarten – purple Grade 1 – blue Grade 2 – […]

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School Garden Celebration Day

Allenby staff and students work hard to maintain our various garden spaces. On May 25th many of us spent time outside with our hands in the soil. As our gardening program continues to grow we create opportunities for students to work cooperatively and to take on responsibilities. We are accepting all plant donations, however they […]

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Principal’s Message

Dear Parents, Join us on November 29th for the APA Meeting Every year we look at short term and long term goals and objectives and review our School Improvement Plan. For 2017-2018, like other schools within the TDSB, we are focused on growth in 3 key areas: Student Achievement, Equity and Well-Being. We utilize a variety […]

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