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Status of Report Card Delivery:

Delivery of Secondary School report cards to students and those parents with an email address on file is underway, most schools have had their report cards delivered. Work continues this week on the remaining schools. Additionally all night schools, eCredit and eLearning day school report cards have been delivered. The School Messenger platform is performing well. Parents for whom we do not have an email on file or who declined a digital report card will receive a paper version. Parents in either of these categories should contact their school principal with any questions.

Email delivery of Kindergarten, Grades 1 - 6, 7 - 8 and alternative report cards has completed. The link parents received via email continues to be accessible. Parents for whom we do not have an email on file or who declined a digital report card will receive a paper version. Parents in either of these categories should contact their school principal with any questions.

 

Returning to School: Planning Ahead for September 2020

 

As we look ahead to September, we know that school will look quite different as a result of continued efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. We have been planning for our return considering all possibilities ensuring that student and staff well-being and safety is the priority. We are currently planning for three possible options as outlined by the Ministry of Education, with the final direction coming from both the Ministry and Toronto Public Health in August.

  • Normal school day routine with enhanced public health protocols: Students going to school every day, in classes that reflect standard class size regulations.
  • Modified school day routine: An adapted delivery model that allows for physical distancing and groups of students where there would be a limit of 15 students in a typical classroom at one time and students would remain in contact only with their classmates and a single teacher for as much of the school day as possible. This model would require alternate day or alternate week delivery to a segment of the class at one time.
  • At home learning: Should the school closure be extended, or some parents choose not to send their child back to school, remote education would continue. Remote education should be delivered online to the greatest extent possible, including the establishment of minimum expectations for students to have direct contact with their teacher at the same time on a regular basis, also known as synchronous learning.

To help inform our work to reopen, we are working with our communities, including unions and federation partners, as well as asking our staff, parents/guardians and students to share their thoughts through surveys (available until June 30, 2020):

Planning for the return to school and workplaces is a complex task with many considerations. TDSB has formed a Return to School and Work Steering Committee and several sub-committees to plan and prepare for September.

To learn more about the Ministry of Education's approach to reopening schools for the 2020-21 school year, visit their website for information on:

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To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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