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Islamic and Somali Heritage Month

October is an exciting month! There is a lot to celebrate alongside the beauty of fall foliage, the continuation of in-person school and all that is Halloween. This month, we also recognize and celebrate the dazzling culture and history of Islamic and Somali heritage. If you’re looking for something to do with the family this holiday weekend, consider […]

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Community Awareness & TDSB Parent Concern Protocol

Community Awareness & TDSB Parent Concern Protocol

As parents and families get back into the routine of in person learning, and we welcome many new families to Allenby and the TDSB, it seems like a good time to remind the community about the TDSB’s Parent Concern Protocol. The TDSB has created this protocol to help families navigate the appropriate steps to follow when […]

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SummerWellbeingResources

Mental Health Matters – Summer Resources

As we begin to get ready for the summer break, we wanted to share with you the “Well Being” resource guide provided by the TDSB professional support services team. This guide includes links to a comprehensive list of: TDSB programs and services Mental health supports Youth resources Summer programs & activities Ideas to help keep your child active […]

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Support for Muslim Families – The DEI Committee Stands With You

The Allenby community was outraged and saddened by the news of the Islamophobic attack that occurred in London, Ontario this week, that left a 9-year old boy without a family. Our heartfelt condolences to the Muslim members of our community. We all stand together against this hate crime. Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee will continue to […]

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TDSB Conversation Series – The Future of Public Education

Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. There is lots of information out there about the future of education, including the role of technology, the choices parents/caregivers can expect from the public system and the challenges and benefits of virtual learning. Tune in to hear from a panel of experts who will provide some insights on […]

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2021 Summer Programs

Elementary Summer School  38 programs are offered to students in Grades Kindergarten to 8, from July 5 to 30, 2021, in-person or through virtual instruction online. Registration is now open! Click here for a full list of participating schools and registration information. e-Learning Summer Program  Click here for more information. Continuing Education Summer Program   Click here […]

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TDSB Thought Exchange on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

All Parent Councils in the TDSB are working to ensure that parents and caregivers feel welcomed at Parent Council (e.g: Allenby Parents’ Association). In order to achieve this, the TDSB is asking parents and caregivers to provide input into how Parent Councils can be made inclusive for racialized, Indigenous, LGBTQ2S, newcomer and other communities. Please […]

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Greek Heritage Month

March is Greek Heritage Month at the Toronto District School Board. It is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Greek Canadians to Canada, and an occasion to mark and enjoy the history of Greek culture. The theme for this year is 1821-2021: Freedom and Unity – Ελευθερíα και Ενóτητα […]

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Opportunity for Students

All TDSB schools begin the school day with the Land Acknowledgement, just before the playing of “O’Canada”. We would like to extend an opportunity to any interested students to participate in recording themselves reading one of the First Nations Acknowledgements. Each day one student’s recording will be used. The name of the student and his/her […]

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Dr. Sloane Freeman

Join the TDSB for its virtual Parents as Partners Conference!

This year’s conference takes place, virtually, over two days – Saturday, October 24th, and Sunday, October 25th. It includes two amazing keynotes, as well as a host of breakout sessions that you can choose to tailor to your own interests and needs. Some of the sessions offered include special education, mental health and well-being, anti-Black […]

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