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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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Mental Health Matters

“The Tech Solution” Dr. Shimi Kang Should anyone be interested, the APA has a few copies of Dr. Shimi Kang’s book The Tech Solution available to borrow. Please contact Amanda Cooke with inquiries. Note: all books lent out will be available for a two week period, and then quarantined for a minimum of 72 hours […]

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Don’t Play the Telephone Game

In these challenging times of “information overload”, it is more important than ever to ensure you are getting your information from a reliable source. Allenby Public School ensures that all information communicated to our families is coming from Toronto Public health (TPH), by way of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)

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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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Speaker Series: Join the Conversation

TDSB families are invited by the TDSB and the PIAC (Parent Involvement Advisory Committee ) to participate in a series of engaging and informative conversations about mental well-being and diversity. Hear from leading experts and participate in question and answer sessions.    

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TDSB Community Supports and Resources

Below is a resource developed by the TDSB to support families during this time with a variety of community supports and resources including Covid-19 resources, food access, free tax clinics, housing resources, etc. We are here to help. Click here for more details on the TDSB’s community supports and resources.

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Allenby School Playground

Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health announced the closure of a number of city amenities including all city-owned playgrounds, sports fields, and basketball and tennis courts to limit public congregation and reduce the spread of COVID-19. All Toronto schools have been called on to do the same. For that reason, effective immediately, the TDSB will be […]

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Trustee Shelley Laskin’s Updates

Trustee Shelly Laskin sends a weekly email update every Sunday to families. If you would like to stay regularly informed on what is happening at the Board, including meeting agendas, policies under review, program updates, and discussions around new initiatives to improve student success and well-being, you can sign-up for her weekly e-update here.

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