February is often known as the month of love, but not for everyone. For some people, February is psychology month.
“I think this is a very simple but vital alternative solution to a problem,” said TCDSB trustee Peter Jakovcic.
Two North York elementary schools have been left in limbo for nearly four years while a decision to close one and move its students to the other has yet to be implemented.
The Toronto public and Catholic school boards want this year’s Christmas break to start later. The boards are seeking the provincial government’s approval to make Dec. 23 the last day of school for 2011. Students would return Jan. 9 after a two-week period. Currently, the school boards have Dec. 16 and Jan. 2 as the last and first days.
Ninety schools in the Toronto District School Board are getting ready to welcome kindergartners for full-day classes this fall. Seventy-one of those schools, including 30 in Scarborough, and another 50 in the Toronto Catholic District School Board offer the program already.
Scarborough high schools have begun an anti-water bottle campaign this month. Water should be a basic human right, said local high school students, and not just for those who can afford bottled water.
A race so close it was almost a tie threw a little excitement into an otherwise uneventful election for Scarborough’s Catholic school board trustees
Tobias Enverga snagged a last-minute win over Carol Williams.
Nancy Crawford defeated her competitors with ease, holding on to a steady 50 per cent of the vote in TCDSB Ward 12 (Scarborough) until the end.
With just one poll left to report, Carol Williams has regained the lead over Tobias Enverga.