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Parents as Partners Conference – April 28th

You’re invited to our annual Parents as Partners Conference! The Parents as Partners Conference 2018 is on Saturday, April 28th and all parents are welcome! This free conference – planned by parents, for parents – includes a variety of workshops and resources that will help any parent support their child in their achievement and well-being […]

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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 […]

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Parents as Partners Conference 2017

Whether your child is just beginning on their educational journey in elementary school or closer to graduation and planning for the future, there are informative and empowering sessions for parents/guardians and caregivers of students of all ages and all stages of education. This conference is organized by parents for parents and it is FREE! Saturday, […]

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Parents as Partners Conference

The Parents as Partners Conference is fast approaching this Saturday, April 16. All parents/guardians and caregivers of TDSB students are invited and welcome to attend. Whether your child is just beginning on their educational journey in elementary school or closer to graduation and planning for the future, there are informative and empowering sessions for parents/guardians […]

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Parents as Partners Conference 2016

Welcome parents/guardians and caregivers of TDSB students! This year, the Parent Involvement Advisory Committee (PIAC), Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC), Mental Health and Well-Being Parent Partnership Committee and Model Schools for Inner Cities’ Parent Academies are thrilled to join together to bring one all-inclusive conference to TDSB parents and caregivers. WHO: ALL parents/guardians and caregivers […]

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