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Save the Date | Town Hall

February 22nd, 2019

Since 1979 it has been the practice of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) and Orde Street Public School to consider children registered at Orde Day Care “in-district” as per the TDSB policy and they have not been required to complete an Optional Attendance application (TDSB Operational Procedure PR545: Optional Attendance 9.2).

On February 15, 2019 Orde Day Care was informed otherwise and that this change in will take effect immediately with JK students beginning school in September 2019.

We have requested a meeting with school principal, Mr. Michael Walkington and/or a TDSB Planning Department representative to respond directly to the questions and concerns of our Orde Day Care families.  The date has yet to be confirmed but it will take place next week on either Tuesday, February 26 or Thursday, February 28.  Orde Day Care will be providing childcare for families to be able to attend.

Weather Alert

February 8th, 2013

Environment Canada is forecasting a major winter snow storm that is expected to begin later this evening and last through out the commute tomorrow morning. Please check your local radio station before coming to school and daycare tomorrow to see if Toronto District School Board school are open.

We are asking that you please:

1. Monitor the local news in regards to school closures TDSB Website

2. Check our website  www.ordedaycare.org which will be updated on Friday morning barring any disruptions due to power outages.

3. Drop off- Be prepared for the possibility of being asked to stay with your child until ratios of the program are met, just in case the staff is delayed in arriving.

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

food drive

December 8th, 2012

Please donate canned food items.

 

If you donate 3 or more items your name will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!

 

Raffle will be held on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

 

Have Fun and Stay Safe

October 31st, 2012
Happy and Safe Halloween

Happy and Safe Halloween

 

Loosely rooted in the Celtic Samhain tradition, Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve is celebrated as the night before All Saints Day November 1st. Halloween has since morphed into a great family holiday with various activities culminating in children and adults alike get dressed up in their favourite character.

The TDSB offers great safety tips to maximize the fun yet keep you all safe on this exciting night.

Have Fun!!