Ontario Health Curriculum Meeting

The East End Toronto Parent Advocacy Group is a community advocacy group that was formed this past summer as a response to the Ontario Government’s rollback of the 2015 Grades 1-8 Health curriculum (and replacing with a curriculum created in 1998).

They are creating a larger group of parents/guardians from the east end of Toronto interested in working together to advocate for an inclusive, modern, and evidence-based curriculum. And they are hosting an event on November 26 at Eastview to discuss next steps of action, initiatives, and lobbying efforts

When: Monday November 26th at 7pm
Where: Eastview Community Centre. (86 Blake Street)

If you are interested to learn more please email: eastendparents@gmail.com



This Weekend!

Come join in two great community events this Saturday, November 17th. 

Meet Santa at the Second Cup from 2pm to 3pm and join in a festive holiday sing-along. The event is in support of the Riverdale Share Concert. $1 from every beverage sold will be donated to the Riverdale Share Community Association.

And just across the street, from 10am to 5pm visit the Toronto East Rotary Club 9th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair at Eastminster Church.  In support of the Out of the Cold Program, the Riverdale Share Concert and more!Riv Share Second Cup Sing along MEET SANTA and Art Fair 2018.jpg

French Immersion

Interested in French Immersion for Your Child?

For families interested in the Toronto District School Board’s French Immersion or
Extended French programs, we offer an online process for applying to:

– Early French Immersion (EFI) which begins in Senior Kindergarten;
– Junior Extended French (JEF) which begins in Grade 4

We guarantee an offer of placement in the program (not a specific school) to all
on-time applicants. Transportation is provided as per the Board’s Transportation

The timelines for applying for these programs for September 2019 are:

– Applications for Early French Immersion (for a Junior Kindergarten aged child),
must be completed online between October 29, 2018 and November 26, 2018.
– Applications for Junior Extended French must be completed online between
January 7, 2019 and February 4, 2019.

Offers of placement within your chosen program will be made to all on-time applicants in the weeks following the close of the application window.  Please note: families with an older sibling currently in a French program are still required to complete an online application for the new student.

For further information about French as a Second Language programs, the
application process and dates for Information Evenings, please visit