The board also held “cardboard boat races,” an event that gets groups of students to construct cardboard boats and compete in speed and weight challenges. The exercise teaches leadership, teamwork, math, technology and problem solving skills.
After her re-election in a 6-4 vote at the annual board inaugural meeting, East York trustee Angela Kennedy is ready to continue where she left off in her second term as the chair of the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Currently, the age requirement is 18, which gives few high schoolers a say in who’ll sit on the school board.
Both the TCDSB and its public counterpart, the TDSB, have found themselves in deficits. The main concern for both boards is that the cuts will come at a cost for students, but TCDSB trustees say that they’re trying to keep the changes as distant from the students as possible.
“Elected!” Kennedy and volunteer Michelle Andreoli declared in unison as the final results were announced.
East Yorkers have sent Angela Kennedy back to the Toronto Catholic District School Board in a landlside.
Angela Kennedy appears set to win another term representing East York on the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
A Brampton’s family’s recent lawsuit seeking to remove their son from religion classes at his Catholic school has been making headlines. The issue has some people and parents wondering why non-Catholics even want to send their children to a Catholic school if they are going to opt out of religion classes. For one Etobicoke family, […]
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.