Come out next Friday morning starting at 8:30 am! Enjoy some coffee, tea and healthy snacks while getting to know or catching up with the school community including teachers, staff and other parents!
Frankland School Council will be there so you can find out more about council positions and volunteer opportunities for the upcoming year.
Please BYOMUG and help us reduce single use waste. Thank you!
See you there!
HOW TO PARTICIPATE? Join Frankland Teachers, Parents and Students at Broadview Station at 8:10 am to walk together along Danforth Avenue to school. Meet other parents at Danforth and Logan starting at 8:15 am to welcome the parade. Parents and kids can join us at any point along the Danforth. Bring noisemakers, and signs.
WHY PARTICIPATE? The attack on public education is part of a larger attack on our shared public interests: libraries, health, legal aid, social assistance, climate protections, public transit, workers’ rights, and Indigenous rights. These are all interconnected. We need solutions that centre on caring for each other and the planet, and living with justice and dignity for all.
On June 6th, join over 150 schools in this province wide WALK-IN! #walkinforeducation
June 2- June 7, 2019
Looking forward to more of that sunny weather next week! Let’s dust off our bikes and ride to the FUN FAIR this Sunday and get biking and safety information from CultureLink. A fabulous kickstart to Bike to School Week at Frankland CS!
Cycling Education Workshops from CultureLink for the Junior Students on June 6th. More information to come…
A community-wide yard sale is being organized to commemorate the July 22, 2018 tragic shooting on the Danforth (#DanforthStrong).
- Support. Provide an opportunity to ease into what will be a challenging time of year as well as a platform for discussion and peer support.
- Promote Change. Help advocate against gun violence. Sellers are encouraged to donate a portion of their sale proceeds to the Coalition for Gun Control (the charity recommended by representatives of the victims/families).
- Eco Fun! Have some fun purging household treasures by finding them new homes and diverting them from landfills.
Three ways to participate:
- Sell. Register as a seller to be included on our interactive map (subject to neighbourhood boundaries).
- Donate. Contribute to our Danforth Community Sale GoFundMe page to support #DanforthStrong fundraising initiatives/the Coalition for Gun Control.
- Shop. Plan your route in advance by using our interactive map.
Online Safety and Parenting in a Digital Age Speaker Evening with Steve Chapelle
Tuesday, April 9th at 7pm
Frankland CS in partnership with our School Council welcomes you to join us at Frankland for an evening with Guest Speaker Steve Chapelle on Online Safety and Parenting in the Digital Age.
Childcare (for school age children) and refreshments will be provided.
Register at : goo.gl/forms/rs2nATFS1mtO8Z3T2
East End Families, you are invited to attend the Secord Elementary School Parent Council and Ontario Families for Public Education meeting on Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30pm in the school’s gymnasium at 101 Barrington Avenue.
MPP Peter Tabuns and MPP Rima Berns-McGown will be joined by TDSB Ward 16 Trustee Michelle Aarts, union representatives and community activists for an evening of organizing to protect public education in our community.
Invitation to Jackman’s Math Night This Thursday!
This Thursday, March 21, Jackman will host an open house for parents (self guided tour – no formal presentation) to learn about math learning at Jackman. THEN join us in the library for a presentation from Dr. Brenda Smith-Chant from the Mehrit Institute, who will speak to parents on the topic of Math, Self-Regulation, Anxiety and Well-Being!
3:30 pm to 7:00 pm – Drop-in open house tour to hear about math learning for all students at Jackman
7:00 pm – Come listen to Dr. Brenda Smith-Chant in the school library.
Refreshments will be served, and child care is provided.
For more details, please contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org
February is recognized by the TDSB as African Heritage Month and our classes will be learning about the experiences, contributions and achievements of African Canadians. We have a Ballet Creole performance by Prologue Performing Arts to look forward to on the morning of February 12th. Please feel free to join in on the fun beginning at 9am.