The work of five students from SOLE will be featured at tdsbCREATES, beginning tonight! Rachel’s Visual Arts class worked with guest artist Rita Camacho-Lomeli to create mixed media works around the theme of adaptation.
The tdsbCREATES Virtual Celebration of Student Work will be available to view beginning tonight, June 17th, at 7pm!
Believe it or not, the school year is almost over! Here’s what you need to know.
Quad 4 deadlines:
This is the last full week of classes! The following week (Monday, June 21 to Friday, June 25), the schedule will be as follows:
Monday: Morning classes as usual. Afternoon classes may be cancelled for Credit Rescue. Tuesday: Morning classes as usual. Afternoon classes may be cancelled for Credit Rescue Wednesday: Morning classes as usual. Afternoon classes may be cancelled for Credit rescue Thursday: Board-wide credit rescue day. No classes. Teachers’ marks are due by 3 pm Friday: Teachers’ verification forms are due by 12 pm.
Commencement will be held on Monday, June 28th at 7 pm. More details and a link to the livestream will be coming soon!
There will be an opportunity to take informal graduation photos by appointment outside the school. Debbie will be contacting graduates to book 10 minute appointments with Rachel. As we’ll be outside and public health measures are in effect, these won’t be traditional grad photos, but it’s a chance to have a photo celebrating your accomplishment!
Grad Photos Wednesday, June 23 – 2:30-4:30 Thursday, June 24 – 2:30-4:30 Friday, June 25 – 10:30-11:30, 2:30-4:30
Michael Garron Hospital operating seven hot spot first and second dose clinics for eligible populations from June 15 to 20. Drop-ins welcome, no appointments required. Pfizer will be administered. First doses will also be available to any individuals 12 and older who live in Toronto. Second doses are available as per current second dose eligibility criteria and are listed on the site. Please see this link for dates, locations and eligibility criteria.
Vaccine clinics by appointment In addition, they are offering booked vaccination appointments for Pfizer and Moderna at their Thorncliffe Park Community Hub COVID-19 Immunization Clinic (East York Town Centre, 45 Overlea Blvd.) for eligible populations.
First doses will also be available to any individuals 12 and older who live in Toronto.
Second doses are available as per current second dose eligibility criteria. At this time, appointments are fully booked. They will add more slots as vaccine supply becomes available. Please check the MGH website and the provincial booking system regularly for updates.
Rachel is putting together a grad video and we would love to have your voices included in it! If you could film yourself (horizontally ideally:) saying some final parting words to your graduating class, that would be great! You can email your video clips directly to Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please keep your videos very short: a sentence or two:), so we can include everyone!
If you’d rather send a photo message you can do that too:
Upload one photograph of yourself in your email. The photograph should be a “passport style”, meaning that it is centered on your shoulders and face. But unlike a passport photo, please be sure to smile ! The photo must be in .jpg format. Please name the photo as firstname_lastname.jpg. N.B. Maximum file size is 10 MB.
DEADLINE to email Rachel your video is May 31, 2021!
Michael Garron Hospital is excited to be hosting a vaccination clinic at St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School on Saturday May 29. The clinic will run from 8 am until vaccine supply runs out. The clinic will be open to students who are 12 years old and above and their families. Please see the attached flyers for details.
As eligibility expands to include 12-17 year olds in Ontario’s vaccine rollout, Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) is hosting a Town Hall on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Students and Families at East Toronto Schools to empower you with the information you need to make confident, educated decisions about the vaccine.
The virtual town hall takes place on Tuesday (May 25) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. It is open to ALL students and families at schools in East Toronto hosting upcoming school-based vaccine clinics. During the call, Dr. Janine McCready, infectious diseases physician at MGH, will share the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine and answer your vaccine-related questions in real-time.
We invite you to attend the call using the following meeting details. We encourage you to ask vaccine-related questions during the meeting. You may also send your questions in advance to Jonah.Chevrier@tehn.ca with the subject line “Town Hall”.
How to Join the Town Hall on the COVID-19 Vaccine with Dr. Janine McCready on Tuesday, May 25 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Open to ALL students and families at schools in East Toronto hosting upcoming school-based vaccine clinics.