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For the 720 students at George Webster Elementary School, music is not an add-on; it lies at the heart of school life.
When Etobicoke School of the Arts students noticed the inequalities surrounding Toronto’s mental health landscape and the lack of accessibility to mental health services, they started to do some research and were shocked by the stigma surrounding mental health and mental health illnesses in Toronto.
The purpose of every dramatic performance is to entertain, but the students and staff at Lawrence Heights Middle School made sure to educate and change perceptions when they performed their annual spring production ‘A Chamada’ (The Call) A Wake for Refugees.
Starting this school year, the TDSB has expanded its IMI enrichment program to include 17 new schools. As a result of this expansion, more than 1,200 new students will have access to the program through 1,600 new IMI hours.
This week, students from West Hill Collegiate Institute shed their backpacks and pencils to take part in a unique workshop that teaches creativity and team building through dance.
Forest Hill CI has qualified for a provincial theatre showcase in Brantford, May 8 to 11. The school’s production of The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet, by Peter Bloedel