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Please see below for flyer and FAQs for the Parenting and Literacy Centre at Essex.
For more information: tdsb.on.ca/earlyyearsEarlyON Child Family Centres FAQ
School visitors, including parents/guardians, are required to wear a mask/face covering when indoors and outdoors on school property, such as during pick-up and drop-off.
The TDSB’s Mask Guidelines (PDF) have been updated in light of increases in confirmed COVID-19 cases.
In an increasingly globalized world, it is important to set our
students on the path to being active global citizens. This fall, the
International Languages – Elementary / African Heritage Program
will be offering language classes to students (TDSB and non TDSB)
in Kindergarten to Grade 8. Students will take part in a remote/at
home learning. Classes run 2.5 hours, one day a week. Students will
have live face-to-face interactive lessons with their instructor and
other students for approximately 30 minutes. Remaining time will
be spent on independent work. Activities will be focused on building
student’s abilities in oral communication, reading and writing.
Please note that a minimum of 23 students is required to open a language class.
Classes start October 2020. Cost is free while the program is offered remotely.
For more information: www.ileprograms.caFLYER African Heritage Program
Please find a copy of the Health Pass below for your information. The school will be printing and providing for families when the school reopens.
The pass is a self-assessment for students to be completed with parents with the child(ren).
The parents are required to date and sign the pass daily and returned with their child(ren) upon arrival to school when they meet their teachers.TDSB health pass