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Toronto Catholic District School Board

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The Toronto Public Library has launched a new library awareness campaign called Ready for Reading. All Junior and Senior Kindergarten children will receive promotional packages to take home. These packages contains a letter to parents, a list of terrific books for parents and children to read together and a library card voucher. This campaign is one of Toronto Public Library's key strategic initiatives in reaching out to all Kindergarten kids and their families to introduce them to the library and the various programs that support reading, individual interests and school success. Visit their website at www.torontopubliclibrary.ca​

 


 

 

Settlement Works in Schools (SWIS) is a partnership of Settlement Agencies, Boards of Education and Citizenship and Immigration Canada with the purpose of helping newcomer families settle in their school and community. Visit he website at www.atwork.settlement.org.

 


 
Toronto Public Health works to promote, protect and enhance the health of all communities and individuals that live in the City of Toronto. Toronto Public Health will gladly work with schools in effort to inform and promote awareness of the many community based programs that it offers. Some of these programs include: Toronto Preschool Speech and Language Services, Blind Low Vision Early Intervention Program, dental clinics, immunization programs, peer nutrition programs, healthy lunches workshops for parents and much more. Please consult their website for more information on programs and resources: www.toronto.ca/health/

 

 

The Toronto Catholic District School Board is proud to announce a growing partnership with the Ontario Early Years Centres in the Toronto area. The Ontario Early Years Centres offer a variety of programs and services for children from birth to age six and their families at no charge. These centres offer a variety of quality programs in local communities are designed to be accessible to all families with young children. Programs are offered at main sites, satellite locations and even at local schools expressing an interest and need. Staff are well-trained and experienced with babies, toddlers and preschoolers. They speak the languages of their community. To find out more information about the Ontario Early Years Centres in your area visit their website at: http://www.oeyc.ca/