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The electronic translation service on the Toronto District School Board website is hosted by Google Translate, a third party service. The TDSB does not guarantee or warrant the reliability, accuracy or completeness of any translated information.
The quality of the translation will vary in some of the languages offered by Google. Google Translate is a free service and currently offers translation in over 100 languages, but does not capture all languages or dialects.
The basic translation goal is to capture the general intention of the original English material. Before you act on translated information, we encourage you to confirm any facts that are important to you or may affect any decisions you make.
The Toronto District School Board is committed to equity and community engagement, and by providing this tool, we are making our information more accessible to families whose first language is not English.
Families are important, valued partners in ensuring the success for every student at the TDSB. Families are encouraged to stay connected with their local school and with the TDSB. Some ways include:
General information, tips and links for parents from www.tdsb.on.ca
The TDSB wants to hear your questions and concerns, and makes every effort to address them as quickly as possible. Below is the best way to talk to us, who you should reach out to and when.
The first place to go about any classroom-related question or concern is your classroom teacher. They can help you with:
If you would like more information or if you have questions that are beyond the classroom, talk to your school principal. They can help with:
Superintendents are responsible for a Network of Schools.
They support school staff and can be contacted if you have questions that have not been answered or for help with:
Trustees are your elected community officials. They are available to
help you with the following areas of the TDSB:
In any situation, your child’s classroom teacher is the first point of contact, followed by the school’s principal, the school superintendent and your local Trustee.
School Support Team
Parent Concern Protocol