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Sep16

Information for the First Day of School

Posted on Sep 16 by

The attached google document has all the information students need for the first day of school. Please read carefully! Only some students need to come to the building on Thursday. First Day of School...

Sep14

Student Private Accident Insurance

Posted on Sep 14 by

For parents/guardians interested in receiving insurance coverage beyond OHIP, please click on the following link to learn more about purchasing personal optional Accidental Insurance:    ...

Jun19

Ministry Letter: Return to School

Posted on Jun 19 by

Today, the Premier and Education Minister announced the Government of Ontario’s guidelines for the return to school in September. School boards across Ontario are being asked to prepare for three possible scenarios that will depend on the public health situation at the time.  To learn more, please click on the following link: Ministry Letter Return to...

Jun12

Great Things Happening at MAC!

Posted on Jun 12 by

Mackenzie’s very own Cyber Security Team finished third in a virtual national cybersecurity competition. The contest started a year ago with 203 teams from across Canada and culminated with the top 10 teams competing for the national title. The CyberTitan III National Finals took place June 8. Because of the pandemic, the competition was a virtual event, where all 57 student competitors participated from their homes. On June 9, a virtual summit was held where students heard from cybersecurity experts; the official award celebration was held June 10. Click on the following Toronto.com article for more information: Toronto.com Article – MAC Cyber Security Team finishes number 1 in Ontario and 3rd...

Jun05

Message from the Ministry of Education

Posted on Jun 5 by

Dear Parents/Guardians, We hope that you remain well. The Ministry of Education has requested all school boards in Ontario share the following information with regard to the Province’s plan for COVID-19 testing. Thank you. Message from the Ministry of Education We are writing to let you know that the province released its testing plan on Friday May 29, 2020, Protecting Ontarians Through Enhanced Testing. Ontario now has the most open testing criteria in the country. Ontario’s testing guidance now indicates that you should visit an assessment centre if you: have at least one of the symptoms of COVID-19 do not have symptoms but are concerned you might have been exposed do not have symptoms but think you are at risk through your employment (for example, if you are an essential or health care worker) would like to be tested To support Ontarians who have identified the need to get tested, as of May 24, 2020, people will no longer need a referral to go to any of the more than 130 assessment centres across Ontario for testing. No Ontarian...

May31

Statement from TDSB Chair Robin Pilkey & Director John Malloy

Posted on May 31 by

  Racism in all forms is deeply rooted in our history. This week reminds us of the ongoing impact of anti-Black racism on individuals and communities. Through the media, we have witnessed violence and harassment against members of the Black community. We are acutely aware of the devastating impacts of anti-Black racism in our world, in our community and in the Toronto District School Board.   These events are felt personally, and in different ways by our students, staff and community at the TDSB. We recognize that there are a myriad of feelings being experienced by Black staff and students in the TDSB. There is a heightened sense of vulnerability and reactions of sadness, insecurity, anger, and grief – to name a few. It is incumbent upon all of us to stand up and do whatever it takes to end racism, hate and oppression of all kinds. Silence is not acceptable. The profound harm it causes to individuals, families and communities can no longer be debated or tolerated and must be stopped.   The Toronto District School Board continues to...