Welcome back Frankland!

Back to school is tomorrow! Let’s create a warm, energizing, and fun return for all our Frankland Falcons; staff, students and the community.

We are going to make some noise and welcome everyone back with some excitement.

Here’s the plan:

o This will happen at morning drop off tomorrow, Wednesday, January 19.

o After dropping of your child, stay in the school yard if you can for the 8:45 a.m. entrance bell

o Stand along the edge of the school yard, or the pathway. Stay clear of the drop off area, or the entrances for the children

o When the 8:45 a.m. bell goes, make some noise by clapping, ringing bells or using other percussion instruments as the staff and students walk back into the school for class

Safety Precautions

o Masks required

o Distancing required

o Stay along the edge of the school yard away from doorways and pathways where classes walk to enter the school

o Only clapping or percussion instruments please, no cheering

Looking forward to joining with all of you to celebrate and appreciate our great Frankland community.

Message from Frankland School Council

Back to school is coming this Monday. Let’s create a warm, energizing, and fun return for all our Frankland Falcons; staff, students and the community.

We are going to make some noise and welcome everyone back with some excitement.

Here’s the plan:

o This will happen at morning drop off on Monday, January 17th

o After dropping of your child, stay in the school yard if you can for the 8:45 a.m. entrance bell

o Stand along the edge of the school yard, or the pathway. Stay clear of the drop off area, or the entrances for the children

o When the 8:45 a.m. bell goes, make some noise by clapping, ringing bells or using other percussion instruments as the staff and students walk back into the school for class

Safety Precautions

o Masks required

o Distancing required

o Stay along the edge of the school yard away from doorways and pathways where classes walk to enter the school

o Only clapping or percussion instruments please, no cheering

Looking forward to joining with all of you to celebrate and appreciate our great Frankland community.

See you on Monday morning!

Virtual open houses for Grade 7.

For our Grade 6 families, it’s time to think about your schooling choices for Grade 7. There are a number of options in the area and they are holding virtual open houses this month. There are also other school options. Below is the information for the virtual open houses:

Quest Virtual Open House
January 10, 2022
https://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/quest/

Earl Grey Public School Virtual Open House
January 12, 2022
https://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/earlgrey/

East Alternative School Virtual Open House
January 20, 2022
https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Find-your/Schools/schno/5290

Extended French Option
Applications are due by January 30th. All the info you need can be found here:
https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Elementary-School/School-Choices/French-Programs

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays to all our Frankland Falcons! Thank you to our teachers, support staff, caretakers & principal for the amazing job you have all done in keeping our kids safe, active & engaged in learning this school year.

Happy Holidays and enjoy the winter break ❄️

Reminder: The Four Directions and the Relationship to Life Workshop.

Reminder that The Four Directions and Relationship to Life workshop: an Indigenous Culture workshop for parents, caregivers and the school community, will be held this Thursday, December 9.

Join Knowledge Keeper Luana Shirt as we learn to understand the circle regarding Indigenous relationship between land, animals, sacred medicines, and human spirituality represented by the medicine wheel.

Date: December 9, starting at 7 p.m.
Zoom link: https://tdsb-ca.zoom.us/j/91282237731?pwd=WFlaZHFnck5lMmp0VmN0TVlNS3NQdz09
Meeting ID: 912 8223 7731
Passcode: 938859

This workshop is being presented in partnership with Blake PS, Earl Grey PS, East Alternative School, Pape Avenue PS, Wilkinson PS and Withrow PS.

Frankland Food Drive Dec 1 – 14.

The Grade 1s are holding Frankland’s annual food drive from Dec 1 – 14. The food collected will be going directly to the Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre’s Food Bank. They are a local food bank and they have had a significant increase in the number of families using their food bank this year.

Below is a list of items that they are in most need of this year but any donation of non-perishable food is welcome.
Cooking Oil
Flour
Dried Fruit
Fruit juice
Canned tuna
Toothbrushes
Reusable bags

Please send your child to school with their donation this week as the Grade 1s will be donating all the items after Dec 14th.

The Four Directions and the Relationship to Life Workshop.

Please join us on Thursday December 9 for The Four Directions and the Relationship to Life workshop: an Indigenous Culture workshop for parents, caregivers and the school community.


With Knowledge Keeper Luana Shirt, we learn to understand the circle regarding Indigenous relationship between land, animals, sacred medicines, and human spirituality represented by the medicine wheel.

Date: December 9, starting at 7 p.m.

Zoom link: https://tdsb-ca.zoom.us/j/91282237731?pwd=WFlaZHFnck5lMmp0VmN0TVlNS3NQdz09

Meeting ID: 912 8223 7731

Passcode: 938859


This workshop is being presented in partnership with Blake PS, Earl Grey PS, East Alternative School, Pape Avenue PS, Wilkinson PS and Withrow PS.