This school year we are once again expecting that along with the students academic accomplishments there will also be significant accomplishments in the areas of Service, Athletics and the Arts.
Whether students become involved in the athletic program, the 20 leadership councils, the many clubs, Mentor activities, the 30 Hour Famine, the Terry Fox Run, the Assemblies, the GSA, Multicultural Week s or anything else, these special moments will always be treasured.
We are fortunate that we have wonderful parents and students. It gives me great pride to share our accomplishments with friends and colleagues, wherever I go. I am indeed fortunate to have such a marvelous staff and student body. Staff, students and parents continue to work together to make R. H King such a special place.
Our School Council, welcomes your input and continues to meet on the final Monday of each of each month at 7:00 p.m. Come out and take an active role as a parent partner in the school.
Education is the best way to solve the problems that surround us. All TDSB schools provide an excellent education. We are taking an active role in being a leader in this venture.
Best wishes for an excellent 2012-2013 school year.
Congratulations to Kevin Ye from R.H. King Academy for placing top 5 in visual arts category of the Chinese Canadian Youth Achievement Awards! On behalf of the Chinese Cultural Center Youth Chapter (CCCYC), I would like to invite you to the 12th Annual Chinese Canadian Youth Achievement Awards. The awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 at 12:00pm located at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
Here at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto Youth Chapter we find ourselves inspired and energized by the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship exemplified in the young members of CCCYC. It is this passion that drives our organization and is the focal point of the 2012 Chinese Canadian Youth Achievement Awards. On Sunday, April 7th, CCCYC will be recognizing and celebrating the outstanding achievements of today’s Chinese Canadian youths. Furthermore, the awards ceremony is free and will include performances and food.
We hope that you will be able to attend and support Kevin Ye and we welcome other staff members who have an interest in attending. To confirm your attendance, please make guest reservations at http://12thawards.eventbrite.ca/