Class Photos 2020-21

Class Photos 2020-21

                      Quick reminder that the APA is creating individual class photos for the 2020-2021 school year. By now you should have received instructions through your class rep as follows: Take a photo of your child (full face, head and shoulders only) Save the file with […]

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Class Photos 2020-21

                    The APA is pleased to announce that we will be creating individual class photos for the school this year. We have been busy working on our plan, and are now ready to collect pictures of your smiling kids! Stay tuned for the details, which will […]

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COVID Update Including Info On Saliva Testing

WHEN A COHORT IS SENT HOME WHAT HAPPENS WITH THEIR LEARNING? The children from the class will move to remote learning the following day (unless the news comes in the evening). WHAT ABOUT THEIR SIBLINGS? Since the siblings’ teachers are still teaching in-person, they are not able to teach the siblings remotely. The siblings will […]

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Classroom Allocation

In late March, the Board will be issuing their projections for Allenby’s student enrollment for the 2021/2022 school year. The school administration will also receive Allenby’s teacher allocation for 2021/2022. The number of students enrolled in each grade and each panel, along with the number of teaching staff assigned to our school (classroom teachers, resource […]

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Traffic Safety at Allenby – An Update

The APA Traffic Safety Committee has been hard at work, moving various safety-related initiatives forward with the City of Toronto. Recent successes include the installation of lane markers along the west side of Avenue Road to further push southbound traffic away from the sidewalks, as well as the operation of the automated speed enforcement camera […]

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Mental Health Matters

Tech Health The APA’s goal is to begin a dialogue within our parent community to help families support their children in building healthy tech habits. As we receive feedback from parents, on things they’re trying at home, we will share them with you. Started the “child accounts” on the iPad to set limits on usage. […]

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Update on HEPA Filters

Every occupied classroom, portable and wellness room will soon be outfitted with an institutional grade HEPA filter. More than 235 schools have already received HEPA filters. Following the province’s most recent funding announcement, delivery of additional HEPA units will start by early March at a rate of 1,500 units per week. Units will be distributed […]

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Classroom Allocation

In late March, the Board will be issuing their projections for Allenby’s student enrollment for the 2021/2022 school year. The school administration will also receive Allenby’s teacher allocation for 2021/2022. The number of students enrolled in each grade and each panel, along with the number of teaching staff assigned to our school (classroom teachers, resource […]

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Mental Health Matters

Tech Health Although many parents have a nagging sense that they should do more to limit screen-time, they often question whether there’s enough evidence to justify the upheaval that restrictions can create in the home. There may be a feeling that it’s just part of our kids’ culture these days or worry that other family […]

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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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