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Toronto Catholic District School Board

 Synervoice Announcements & News (Telephone)

September 17, 2018

First – We have a late start schedule on Tuesday, September 18.  All students are expected to arrive for school by 9:45 a.m.

Second – On Tuesday, September 18 all Grade 9 students attending Muskoka Woods, along with the Muskoka Woods Leaders, will be participating in an Information Session in the gym until 3:30 pm. It is imperative that all those going to Muskoka Woods attend this session to receive important information. 
As a reminder, all grade 9 students attending the trip are expected to be at school on Wednesday, September 19 at 7:45 a.m. All senior student leaders attending are expected to arrive at 7:15 a.m.  All students must bring a packed lunch with them for the first day to eat upon arrival at Muskoka.  Although students are allowed to bring snacks, they must be nut-free.  Students will be returning to Brebeuf on Friday, September 21 at approximately 3:30pm and must be picked up at that time.

Third – The WE DAY FAMILY Evening Event is back for a third year. The event takes place on Thursday, September 20.  Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the show starts at 6:15 p.m. at the Scotiabank Arena.  The event includes many of the same acts and speakers from the day show with a specific focus on the Family.  There is no cost to attend WE Day Family Toronto.  Click here to register;

Fourth – Catholic Parent Council Elections for Brebeuf will be taking place on Tuesday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the school library.  This is the parent council’s Annual General Meeting and all parents are invited to attend even if they do not wish to vote in the election.

Fifth – Grade 12 students are invited to attend the Ontario Universities’ Fair between September 28-30, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.  Admission is free. Each Ontario university hosts an exhibition booth and presents information sessions during this three-day event. Students can talk personally with senior faculty and representatives from all 21 Ontario universities.  For more information visit:

Sixth – As a reminder, we have now installed signs to direct traffic properly so that all students arrive safely.  Students are to be dropped off at the east end of the school. DO NOT make a right turn into the first parking lot for drop-offs.  DO NOT stop in the area at the front of the school.   These recommendations come from the Board’s Safety Officer.

September 8, 2018

First – Monday, September 10 is our school photo day.  All students must carry their school-issued student photo ID as proof of age if requested by TTC staff.  The student ID must also be presented at some events such as school dances. Parents and students can now register their email to receive photo day updates straight to their inbox! Not only will you receive reminders leading up to photo day, but also receive notifications when photo proofs and packages are ready. Visit to easily check for original and retake photo dates. 

Second – We will be having a very important information session for all the parents and students attending the Muskoka Woods Orientation.  This meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 11 at 6:30 pm in the Brebeuf Theatre. Please RSVP by emailing Ms. M. Deveci at 

Third – Thursday, September 13 is our first casual day of the year.  Just a reminder that the Student Council collects $2.00 from each student who wants to participate. These funds are used to support school events.  No headgear is permitted.

Fourth – St Cyril Elementary School will be celebrating their 60th Anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, they will be having an event for the school community and alumni on Friday, September 21 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm.  They are looking for volunteers and will acknowledge volunteer hours for any students wishing to help out. Please use this link to sign up: