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January - Daily Announcements

January - Daily Announcements

​Follow us - Twitter - @thunderwolves98 and Instagram @tsmspride.  Science Fair - there will be a very important meeting on Friday, Jan. 30th at lunch recess in the upstairs pod for all students interested in participating in this year's Science Fair. Hot Chocolate - Hot chocolate is for sale over the lunch hour to support the building of a school through Free the Children. Ski trip - the meeting has been changed to Thursday at noon in the gym. Cheerleading - extra practices this week to get ready to compete! Candy grams and Vanilla Heart Cookies - Cheerleaders will be selling candy grams and vanilla heart cookies next week in the front foyer. Send a message and something sweet to that special someone. Candy grams are 50 cents or 3 for a dollar and cookies are $2. Happy Valentine's Day. The Howl - journalists and photographers all assignments are due Feb. 6th. Instrumental Music - Wednesday - Grade 6 Woodwind rehearsal; Thursday - Grade 8 Brass, Percussion and Flutes.

Parent Conference "Numeracy and Beyond" April 18 - Registration now open

Parent Conference "Numeracy and Beyond" April 18 - Registration now open

​Our annual Parent Conference helps Peel board parents and caregivers discover new ideas to support children's learning and development. This year’s focus is Math. The deadline to register is March 27.​

View the flyer for more information.

John Fraser Secondary School

John Fraser Secondary School

​Pathways for all - An evening for Thomas Street Middle School Grade 8 Students and Parents - understanding the Ontario high school system and course selection information for all pathways; understanding the ESL and Special Education programming and supports; understanding how to "keep doors open" to ensure student success. Monday, January 12 at 7:00 p.m.

TSMS Kiss and Ride

TSMS Kiss and Ride

The kiss and ride program makes school drop-off and pick-up easier but it only works if everyone follows the rules. Help make our school's kiss and ride system run smoothly by: • following the kiss and ride markings on the pavement and stopping only at the designated drop-off areas (along the sidewalk of the school) • saying goodbye to your child and exiting the drop-off area without stopping for a prolonged period or turning off your vehicle • not stopping your vehicle in the thru lane or blocking bus access to the drop-off area • not exiting your car in the kiss and ride area • and not parking in the parking lot. If you have any questions about our kiss and ride program, please contact the office.
TSMS School Council

TSMS School Council

Join our school council—share your ideas Every Peel school has a school council—a group focused on helping students succeed. School councils provide a voice for parents and the community and offer advice to the school principal on a number of topics. Join us on Monday, October 20, 2014 at 6:30 in the School Library. If you would like to know more or are interested in joining our council, please contact Catherine Lord (Principal).
Kiss and Ride

Kiss and Ride

​For consistency, those students who stay for after school events (choir, instrumental music, COY, teams etc.) should be picked up in the Kiss and Ride location at the side of the school. Please do not park and wait for students in front of the school.

Visit the Maple Sugar Bush at Jack Smythe Field Centre

Visit the Maple Sugar Bush at Jack Smythe Field Centre

Enjoy the beauty and wonder of nature as spring blossoms. The Jack Smythe Field Centre offers an exceptional family experience with a visit to its Maple Syrup Bush. 

What you need to know about head lice

What you need to know about head lice

What is head lice?

Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp where they lay their eggs. 

Traffic safety in our community

Traffic safety in our community

Safety is a top priority at our school. Here is a list of traffic tips to keep students, staff and parents safe while commuting to and from school. 


Help your family stay warm this winter

Help your family stay warm this winter

Peel Public Health recommends the following cold weather guidelines for preventing cold-weather injuries.

 
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