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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.

Beautiful Waste Project: CTA at In/Future

Beautiful Waste Project: CTA at In/Future

Arts education program Blank Canvases and anti-bullying character education charity Thinking Forward enlisted the talents of a group of NAC10/Central Toronto Academy (CTA) students for the Beautiful Waste art installation. This project was part ...
Friday, October 07, 2016
Crescent Town ES Releases Rap Video

Crescent Town ES Releases Rap Video

As a TDSB graduate who grew up in the Jane and Finch community, Principal Harpreet Ghuman, aka Mr. G, felt it important to share and highlight some of his own journey in a music video he recently worked on with students at Crescent Town ...
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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Golden!

She’s done it again. After winning two medals on the first two days of competition at the Rio Olympic Games, Monarch Park Collegiate student Penny Oleksiak provided an encore to end all encores. First she anchored the Women's 4x200m ...
Friday, August 12, 2016

Monarch Park Collegiate's Penny Oleksiak Making Big Splash at Olympic Games

The youngest member of Canada’s Olympic team in Rio de Janeiro is making the biggest splash so far. Monarch Park Collegiate student Penny Oleksiak has won the hearts of Canadians everywhere as she led Canada to its first two medals at the ...
Tuesday, August 09, 2016
Nurture Through Nature

Nurture Through Nature

A new program at Humewood CS is receiving attention for its innovative approach in combining eco literacy and wellness. "Nurture Through Nature" (NTN) features a sensory garden section in the school’s larger Early Years Garden. ...
Tuesday, July 05, 2016
Beverly Glen PS Weaves it Forward

Beverly Glen PS Weaves it Forward

After months of collecting milk bags, and then hours folding, cutting and looping them, students who are part of Beverly Glen Junior Public School’s Eco-Club spent the afternoon of June 20th weaving milk bags into mats and mattresses for ...
Tuesday, July 05, 2016

TDSB schools receive national recognition for business ventures

The TDSB’s McMurrich Junior Public School and Albion Heights Junior Middle School are two of just ten schools to receive national recognition from The Learning Partnership (TLP) for outstanding classroom business projects ...
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Olympic spirit inspires Hilltop MS

Olympic spirit inspires Hilltop MS

While the Rio Olympics don’t begin until August, students and staff at Hilltop MS experienced the excitement and spirit generated by the international games by hosting its very own Olympic day on June 17. Students represented 15 countries ...
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Ryhanna's Magic Shoes

Ryhanna's Magic Shoes

Roywood PS student jumps to win at city finals

Try jumping forward 2.13m from a standing position ... it is quite a difficult thing to do. Difficult, but not impossible, especially for a grade 4 student Ryhanna Samuels from Roywood Public School. On May 10th, Ryhanna competed at the Area ...
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
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D.A. Morrison MS Students Enjoy their Harvest

D.A. Morrison MS Students Enjoy their Harvest

Written by Grade 7 Students Aidan and Charlie

Our school, D.A. Morrison, is the first middle school to receive a grow tower. The grow tower can grow food but not underground food (root vegetables). It can grow some ground food like dill, cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, and kale.  We used ...
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
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