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Hello Gledhill families,
Here are the zoom details for our first council meeting of the new year. Our meeting will start at 630pm and the agenda can be found below. This meeting is open to all Gledhill families! We hope to “see” you there!
Gledhill Parent Council Meeting Agenda
Thursday, January 14, 2020 at 6:30pm
Welcome and Land Acknowledgment
Brainstorm for Upcoming Gledhill Parent and Family Webinars
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Meeting ID: 915 7764 9288
Or call in:
647 374 4685 or 647 558 0588
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Here is a list of what’s happening at Gledhill over the next couple of weeks before our holiday break!
Friday December 11th: Festive Fun Day/Spirit Day – Celebrate winter and wear clothing that has sparkles, snowflakes, snowmen, holiday wear!
Friday December 18th- Pyjama Day- Wear your cozy pyjamas to school today. Please leave your stuffies at home this year!
Also… in the spirit of giving, Gledhill Junior Public School is supporting Centre 55 and the Daily Bread Food Bank this holiday season. Due to COVID-19, collection of items is looking different this year.
Centre 55- This year their focus is on gift cards for seniors and teens. Please have your child bring any gift cards to the donation box in the office.
Daily Bread Food Bank- Gledhill is collecting one (1) food item per child this year. Please have your child bring their one non perishable item to the food box in their classroom!
A special thank you to Stephen Watson and the Beach Lions Club for the generous donation of Gledhill’s holiday tree this year.
On behalf of Gledhill School Council, we want to wish all of our in school and virtual families, as well as all the Gledhill staff, a safe, healthy and happy holiday season!
Enjoy the winter break and we look forward to seeing you in 2021!
Please see the following communication from the TDSB re: Holiday Gift Giving recommendations
To support safe gift giving this year, Toronto Public Health makes the following recommendations: · Consider gift cards as gifts. · Consider donations to charitable organizations in lieu of gifts. · When giving a teacher a gift, look for items that can be wiped down or ensure that the gift can be quarantined for 3 days prior to opening it. The teacher is to practice hand hygiene before and after touching the gift.
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Check out this link for the dates we have set for our 2020/21 Council Meetings. These meetings will be done virtually this year and zoom links will be sent out prior to the meeting dates. Open to all Gledhill families!!