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The song you hear in the video is Drake’s hot new quarantine dance track Toosie Slide, which the superstar filmed in his Toronto mansion wearing a face mask and gloves.
For the 720 students here, music is not an add-on; it lies at the heart of school life and is embedded into many subjects. It's why the principal made a point of hiring two music specialists.
You can get suspended from school in Ontario for a lot of things: Swearing at a teacher. Having illegal drugs. Being drunk. Vandalism. Bullying. Fighting. Stealing. Smoking on school property – or these days, vaping.
trending@tdsb will take you inside schools across the Toronto District School Board to discover some of the exciting changes underway behind the classroom door. Fresh kinds of learning, new ways of teaching, reaching deeper into their communities, putting equity into action and all-round cool schools with stories to share.
Louise Brown covered education for the Toronto Star for almost 20 years, over nearly four decades. She is fascinated by schools trying new ways to engage students in the most diverse school board in the country. These are the stories she will share on trending@tdsb.