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A video message from BP staff

Dear Bedford Families, Thank you for your continued partnership and support as we continue our remote learning journey. Bedford staff has a very special video message for all our students and families this week. We hope you enjoy it. We miss you all! A special 

A message from Toronto Public Library – George Locke Branch

Digital Library CardFor those who do not currently have a library card, TPL offers a new “instant” digital card. This card gives non-TPL cardholders in Toronto free, temporary access to OverDrive, our largest collection of ebooks and audiobooks which includes children’s fiction, non-fiction and picture book titles. To register 

Update from Rachel Chernos Lin

Dear Parents, I hope this note finds you all well and staying safe. With several weeks of remote learning ahead of us (at minimum), the staff at both the central and local levels, along with trustees, are working hard toensure students and families are supported 

TDSB schools have been ordered to close from March 14 to April 5, 2020

The Ontario Government announced has announced that all Ontario schools (including those at the TDSB) have been ordered to close from March 14 to April 5, 2020 amid ongoing concerns about Coronavirus. For more information on this please refer to the TDSB website.

LICE CHECK

We will have our second school-wide lice check on March 31st. If you are available to volunteer for the part of the day or the whole day, please contact Ms. Berger at Melissa.Berger@tdsb.on.ca or at 416-393- 9424.

BEDFORD PARK HOCKEY

For all members of the Bedford Park Ice Hockey team, please return your jerseys to Mr. Norris as soon as possible – thanks!

CHESS’N MATH

The Winter Chess’N Math program will host two make up classes this week for those missed due to job- action. Please remind your kids to bring their lunch this coming Wednesday and Thursday for the final chess classes for Winter term. If you have any 

Pink Shirt Day

Wednesday, February 26th is Pink Shirt Day. The day came to be when two teenage friends organized a high-school protest to wear pink in sympathy with a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt. On February 26th, we encourage everyone 

Northern Secondary School and Parent Council invites you to a viewing of ‘Screenagers – Next Chapter’

Thursday, March 5, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST) Click HERE to link to register.  This sequel to the very popular original 2016 Screenagers film focuses on the impact social media and other types of screen time can have on the mental health and wellness