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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.

Statements on the Passing of TDSB Staff Member Renuka Amarasingha

“It is with heavy hearts that we are learning of the death of a TDSB staff member whose life was tragically cut short during Monday’s horrible events along Yonge Street. Renuka Amarasingha, a former TDSB adult student, was a Nutrition ...
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Statement Re: Events on Yonge Street

The collective thoughts of the Toronto District School Board are with the victims of the tragic events that unfolded on Yonge Street in North York yesterday afternoon - steps away from the TDSB Education Centre. Sadly, at least 10 ...
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Trustees Approve Balanced Budget for 2018-19

Trustees with the Toronto District School Board have approved a budget plan for the 2018-19 school year that required no reduction in staff to balance the budget. The operating budget of about $3.3 billion will continue to support the ...
Thursday, April 19, 2018
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R.H. King Student Puts Her CPR Skills to the Test

Kayley Baker is a grade 12 TDSB student who attends R.H. King Academy located in the east end of the city near the Scarborough Bluffs.   Last Fall, Kayley found herself in an emergency situation when she was downtown with her ...
Monday, April 09, 2018

TDSB Proudly Celebrates International Day of Pink

April 11th marks International Day of Pink, when 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. The Day of Pink ...
Wednesday, April 04, 2018
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April is Sikh Heritage Month at the TDSB

In March 2016, Trustees voted to designate April of each year as Sikh Heritage Month, making TDSB the first school board in Canada to do so, and matching recognition by the Province of Ontario in 2013. According to the Sikh Heritage Month Act, ...
Sunday, April 01, 2018
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April is Latin-America History Month at the TDSB

The theme for Latin-America History Month (LAHM) 2018 is Recognizing our Diverse Spiritualities Through Our Stories: Learn About Our Many Roots. Latin-America/Abya Yala heritage is shared by more than 5,000 students across TDSB. Encompassing the ...
Sunday, April 01, 2018
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April is Hispanic Heritage Month at the TDSB

In March 2010, the Board of Trustees voted to designate April of each year as Hispanic Heritage Month in the Toronto District School Board. This month marks the celebration of the vibrant tapestry of cultures, histories and traditions that is ...
Sunday, April 01, 2018
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Young Women on the Move

Earlier this month, 400 girls in Grades 7-12 gathered for a Young Women on the Move event for International Women’s Day. This event focussed on the issue of accessibility, and how girls can overcome challenges, barriers and obstacles in ...
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
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Ready to Take on the World

Ready to Take on the World

They did it again. The remarkable Walking Lead robotics team from Glen Ames PS turned some more heads at the recent Ontario Innovation Celebration (OIC), where they were named one of three champions. The event featured the top 18 robotics teams ...
Friday, March 09, 2018
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