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TDSB News

Welcome to the news source of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), Canada's largest public school board.

This section includes all media releases and web stories on events at our Board.

TDSB Proudly Celebrates International Day of Pink

April 13th marks International Day of Pink, where Toronto District School Board staff and students wear pink in support of diversity and to raise awareness to stop discrimination, gender-based bullying, homophobia and transphobia. This day began ...
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
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MaST@Danforth CTI students develop award-winning heart monitor

MaST@Danforth CTI students develop award-winning heart monitor

Two MaST (Math and Science Technology) program students at Danforth CTI are winning accolades for their work on HeartWatch, a 24/7 wearable heart monitoring system that contacts emergency services when a user is in distress. Frank ...
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Chester ES walk raises money for access to clean water

Chester ES walk raises money for access to clean water

A Grade 1/2 class at Chester Elementary School organized a walk to raise money and awareness about the importance of global access to clean water. The small but mighty class of 20 six and seven year olds raised $700.  “It all ...
Monday, April 11, 2016
Two TDSB teachers chosen for acclaimed National Geographic Education program

Two TDSB teachers chosen for acclaimed National Geographic Education program

Two TDSB teachers are among a select group of educators to be chosen to participate in the acclaimed Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (GTF) program this school year. Ellie Clin from The Grove Community School recently returned from a trip to ...
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Student leader develops inspiring event for youth

Student leader develops inspiring event for youth

On March 21, 2016, Debbie Dada, the 16-year-old Toronto Youth Councillor for York South-Weston, hosted an exciting event called Find Your Path. The goal of the event was to inspire young people by helping them understand that they have ...
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
City View students meet with Mayor ahead of Day of Pink

City View students meet with Mayor ahead of Day of Pink

Students from City View Alternative School’s Queer Straight Alliance met with Toronto Mayor John Tory on March 26, in preparation for the International Day of Pink on April 13. Over the 45-minute meeting in the Mayor's office, the students ...
Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Parkdale CI named ‘School Cycling Champion’ by CycleToronto

Parkdale Collegiate Institute’s Bike Club was awarded “School Cycling Champion of the Year 2015” by CycleToronto at its annual bike awards to recognize individuals, organizations, and businesses that have championed the ...
Monday, March 21, 2016
Queen Victoria PS wins recognition for food drive challenge

Queen Victoria PS wins recognition for food drive challenge

Queen Victoria PS works hard, works smart and works together. That was the key to success for the school as they rose to a challenge presented by the local police division. This past December, 14 Division of the Toronto Police Service ...
Monday, March 14, 2016
Winona Drive students learn valuable lessons through freedom quilt project

Winona Drive students learn valuable lessons through freedom quilt project

Students in Winona Drive Sr PS’s Learning Disabilities class recently learned about the Underground Railroad with a unique and artistic African Heritage Month project. They learned how slaves sang songs to remember escape route information ...
Friday, March 11, 2016

Harbord CI Students Raise Money for Syrian Newcomer Families

12-Hour Wake-a-Thon raises more than $4,000

By students Lydia Batty and Molly Whittington, Students Leading Initiative for Change (SLIC) Teenagers are sometimes labelled as lazy and self-absorbed, but from Friday February 19 to the early morning on Saturday, February 20, students from ...
Wednesday, March 09, 2016
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