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Trustee Manna Wong Presents Arts Intersections Tour - May 30, 2019, 9am - 2pm

Trustee Manna Wong Presents 

May 30th, 2019 9am - 2pm


Promoting understanding of the importance of arts access and participation in well being of children

Intersections Tour

A bus tour of projects at: Terry Fox PS, Brookmill Blvd Jr PS, Inglewood Heights Jr PS, Pauline Johnson Jr PS, Stephen Leacock CI

  • Free tour, lunch provided
  • Performance by professional artists
  • Panel discussion
  • Free theatre ticket raffle
  • Space is limited, register at

poster design: Ivy Deng

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Register here for the Arts Intersections Tour!


Arts Intersections Tour 2019

May 30, 2019, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Free tour, coffee and lunch provided

Objective: To bring together parents and community members from across school communities to learn about successful arts-based programming and access in five local schools along with engaging in discussion with artists, stakeholders, and students about the value of the arts in student well-being.

Building on the success of Arts Intersection 2018, I'm inviting you to join me in celebrating the extraordinary arts taking place in our schools on the Arts Bus Tour 2019.  The Arts Intersections mandate is to support and increase parents' understanding of the importance of arts access and participation in the well-being of all children.

This Arts Bus Tour is an opportunity for all parents in Ward 20 to:

  • Learn about best practices in arts participation happening in schools within Ward 20
  • Discuss the impact of the arts on child development supporting student well-being and global competitiveness
  • Share learning across various schools and between parents, educators and artists
  • Enjoy a performance by members of the Bedford Trio and hands on activity lead by theatre artist Diana Tso.
  • Participate in a panel discussion with artists about the journey to a successful career in the arts
  • Celebrate the creative foundation that is established in arts-based learning


  9:15 am    Parent Pick-up at Bridlewood Mall parking lot
                   (northwest of Warden and Finch E)
  9:30 am    Terry Fox PS, 185 Wintermute Blvd. 
10:15 am    Brookmill Boulevard Jr PS, 25 Brookmill Blvd.
11:00 am    Pauline Johnson Jr PS, 35 Dunmurry Blvd.
11:45 am    Inglewood Heights Jr PS, 45 Dempster St.
12:30 pm    Stephen Leacock CI, 2450 Birchmount Rd.
                   Tour of Leacock facilities and light lunch.
  1:00 pm    Leacock Auditorium - pianist and cellist play
                   as guests enter

*** Students from Pauline Johnson Jr PS and John Buchan Sr PS are invited to attend the afternoon session joined by bus tour participants and other parents ***

  1:05 pm    Warm Up activities led by artist Diana Tso
  1:10 pm    Introduction to artists: Diana Tso, Andrew Ascenzo,
                   Yvonne Cheng, Student Trustee Ivy Deng, and 
                   parent Rachel DeSousa, moderated by Patty Jarvis
  2:00 pm    Next steps and closing remarks
  2:15 pm    Parents are dropped off at Bridlewood Mall parking lot

Register here for the Arts Intersections Tour!


Ward 20 Forum on Monday, May 27, 2019 at Timberbank Jr Public School, 170 Timberbank Blvd., 6:30 - 8:30 pm


Student Census Data

The ward forum is a regular meeting of parents, community members, superintendents, staff and trustee to share information and discussions to improve student success. Everyone is welcome.

MONDAY, MAY 27, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Timberbank Jr Public School
170 Timberbank Blvd.
(south-west of Birchmount and Finch)

  • Learn about the student and family data in our Ward 20 schools
  • How schools and school councils can use this census information to plan activities, events, and fundraising to support students in your schools
  • How the data can also help inform completion of the School Statement of Needs (SSON)

Light refreshments and childcare will be provided. Interpretation services available upon request. Please RSVP:

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Trustee Manna Wong

Ward 20, Scarborough-Agincourt
5050 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON
M2N 5N8

Tel: 416-395-8787

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