April 11, 2018 is the International Day of Pink. On this day individuals were pink to show respect for diversity and to demonstrate support for learning and working environments which are safe and inclusive of people from all different backgrounds. It is a day when communities across Canada and across the world unite to celebrate diversity and raise awareness about the need to promote diversity and all forms of bullying.
To show your support, wear pink on Wednesday April 11th
Plastic Bag Grab Challenge
From Monday April 9th to Friday April 20th, our school will be participating in the Plastic Bag Grab Challenge. This year, the contest promotes the use of alternatives to plastic, while also providing an opportunity for families to recycle the used plastic bags that they may have in their households.
Students are asked to bring any used plastic shopping bags from home to school. Please have students drop off any bags in the boxes located by the front doors of the school and outside of Ms. Carmosino’s door. These will be counted on Friday April 20th and will be sent away to be recycled properly.
Thank you for your support in this event!
The yrdsb is seeking input from youth, families and community members to provide input related to islamophobia and antisemitism in York Region Public Schools. Please find attached the flyers for the EIAC Antisemitism Sub-Committee Community Consultations and the EIAC Islamophobia Sub-Committee Community Consultations.
The latest edition of Carrville News has arrived.
Carrville Mills News – April 2018
Thornhill Woods P.S. School Council Presents a free parenting seminar about How to Trust Our Children.
When: Monday April 9th – 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: 341 Thornhill Woods Dr.
See the attached flyer for more information. Parenting Seminar – How to Trust our Children