Frankland’s First-Ever Virtual Variety Show – Save the (Revised) Date!
Unusual times call for creative measures. This year, Frankland’s year-end concert takes the form of an online Virtual Variety Show.
The one-hour internet stream features students from all grades — singing, dancing, playing instruments, filmmaking, telling jokes, doing magic, displaying physical prowess, demonstrating hobbies, … Did we miss anything? Probably!
The performance date and time can now be confirmed:
Have you joined our brand-new Frankland parent group yet? Answering a few simple questions will get you verified as a Frankland parent and allow you to join and connect with fellow parents.
The group is private, meaning that only members can read your posts. It co-exists with our previously existing Frankland Facebook page which we continue to use to inform parents on behalf of the council and the school. The group is meant to be a place where parents can talk to each other, ask and answer questions, connect, inform and share resources with each other.
Join us tomorrow morning as we walk together for public education. Parents, community members and educators from Frankaland, Jackman and Withrow will meet in the parkette just north of Broadview Station at 8 am and walk together to their respective schools.
Frankland Community: Walk along Danforth to our school. Or meet the group at the corner of Danforth and Logan at 8:15.
Signs will be available or bring your own. Bring noisemakers and wear RED for ED if you can.
Thank you Frankland families and members of our community for supporting our clothing swap and textile drive. Here are the results of our drive:
• 510 kg of textiles were taken by Bag2School for recycling. • A car load of good clothes was brought to New Circles. • 1 large bag of men’s clothes was brought to the Good Sheppard. • 3 large bags of baby/toddler clothes were brought to a local child care centre. • Countless bags of clothes, shoes and textiles found a second life via or clothing swap.
Teachers have now entered Phase 6 of their Strike. One of the actions teachers have been asked to take is to send and encourage others to send letters to the Premier, the Minister of Education, our MPP, and our Trustee. There are templates for all of these letters, find the links below. It is quick and east to do!
To send a letter to our MPP, our School Trustee and to call the Premier, please follow the link below. Templates are at the bottom of the page.
Recently, at the direction of the Board, the TDSB surveyed a random sample of parents/guardians and students, and all secondary school teachers, to better understand their views and level of support for the Government of Ontario’s plan for mandatory e-learning for all secondary students. The TDSB Pulse Results are now in to show that most students, parents/guardians and secondary school teachers do not support the government’s plan to make e-learning a mandatory requirement for graduation, nor do they believe that it will benefit students. You can read and learn more about the results and read the Chair’s letter to the Minister: