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TDSB Recognizes Caring and Safe Schools Weeks

Thursday, September 14, 2017
Categories: Great Things, Happenings @ TDSB

Caring and Safe Schools Weeks are recognized each year in mid-September to highlight and celebrate the outstanding partnerships and programs that promote harmony and respect in our schools.

During Caring and Safe Schools Weeks, we focus on promoting a positive school climate, reiterating the Board’s support of prevention and intervention practices and promoting the activities of our Caring, Safe and Accepting Schools Teams.  

This is also the time of the year where we remind parents to make sure they have up to date contact information on file at their child’s school.
One measure of keeping students safe is ensuring students have safely arrived at school.  If your child is going to be late or absent for any reason, it is important that you contact the school office immediately and report the reason for the absence. At the Toronto District School Board we use an automated call-out system that will attempt to contact you if your child is late or absent on the day where the school was not previously informed.

All of us have a part to play in making and keeping schools safe. By working together, we can provide learning environments that are caring, safe, healthy, accepting, respectful and inclusive, where students can acquire the knowledge, skills and values they need to become responsible members of their communities.

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