Parents Parents want the best education for their children. Our goal is to provide your family with a positive learning environment, with a variety of programs and services that promote outstanding student achievement.
Parents are children's first and life-long teachers. We value the partnership between home and school and know that parental involvement is the key to success in school. You can be involved by helping your child with homework, volunteering in our school, or joining our school council. By welcoming you and providing opportunities for you to be involved, we can work together to ensure that our students receive the very best education.
Visit the links on this page to find more information on a variety of subjects.
School Council School councils are an excellent way for parents to get involved in their child`s education. Our school has an elected school council that is an important forum for involving all members of the school community in issues that affect the education of students. The school council is made up of an elected committee of parents, staff and student representatives, appointed community members, the principal, and a general membership which includes all parent of children attending the school. The school council advises the principal on a variety of issues and activities relating to student achievement, curriculum goals and priorities, school budget priorities, school safety, renovation plans, after school activities, and criteria for selection of new principals.
Early French Immersion (SK entry)
The application system will open on November 4, 2014. Deadline for applications for this program is December 5th, 2014.
French Immersion programs are designed for students who do not speak French at home. An Early French Immersion Program and a Middle French Immersion Program are also offered.
Program Application and Registration System (PARS)
Team Up for Green at Islington Junior Middle School
Pitch in for the planet and for our schools!
Our school is participating in Team Up For Green, a brand new fundraising initiative that encourages TDSB families to sign up for Toronto Hydro’s conservation programs and paperless services. If sign up goals are met, the TDSB will receive $250,000 towards the purchase and installation of 500 new bike racks at our schools!
Unlike other fundraisers, there’s no cost to participate. You can easily help us reach our goal by visiting TeamUpForGreen.com and:
• Switching to paperless billing
• Setting up Pre-Authorized Payment
• Signing up for peaksaver PLUS®
Not a Toronto Hydro customer? You can still help by encouraging friends and relatives to get involved! The more families that sign up, the more likely we are to meet our fundraising goal. While you are on the website, download saveONenergy coupons to save on energy-efficient products. Team Up For Green is an environmental initiative of Toronto Hydro in partnership with the Toronto District School Board. Working together we can benefit our students, the environment and schools.
Registering Your Child For FDK - Kindergarten Please call our Office to book an appointment to register your child 416-394-7870
Children who were born in 2010, turning 4 years old by the end of this year are eligible for enrolment in Junior Kindergarten for September 2014.
Children who were born in 2009, turning 5 years old by the end of this year are eligible for enrolment in Senior Kindergarten for September 2014.
Please bring the following information with you at registration:
1. Proof of age: birth certificate, passport
2. Proof of address (two pieces of identification that show your address, such as your utility bill, bank statement, income tax form,
rental or lease agreement)
3. Health Card and Immunization (immunization folder that shows a list of needles your child has received)