Hope to see you there!
Hope to see you there!
The stage has been set up for the play and is larger than last time, so a couple of rows of audience seats have disappeared.
Don’t be disappointed, get your ticket order in now!
We still need a few more volunteers as final preparations for AristoCats are in full swing. If you have a few hours over the next couple of weeks we can put you to good work – putting finishing touches on costumes and sets, baking “Café de Paris” treats, extra hands for the performances, applying make-up, or setting up the stage and lighting or simply herding cats.
Even if your child is not in this year’s musical – getting involved will be fun experience and potentially useful in your near future. Know any teenagers desperate for community hours or Howard Alumni? – send them our way!
You can sign up to lend a hand using the following link:
Or contact Andrea, our volunteer coordinator if you have any questions email@example.com
Performances are on
Be sure to order your tickets for the show!
Please return your ticket form (below) to Ms. Jonas in the Music Room by April 20th with payment attached to the form and your child’s area clearly marked. Tickets will be sent home with the child listed on the form (that is why their AREA is needed), during the week of the 23rd.
Thanks & see you at the show!
Ticket Sales Coordinator
Mark your calendars.
Saturday, April 28th, 2018, from 10am – 2pm, come out to Sorauren Park along Wabash Ave, south of Dundas Street West to celebrate our annual Environment Day.
At 10am, compost will be available to pick up, free of charge and while supplies last, at 2 locations – Sorauren Park and 285 Indian Rd. Crescent.
For further information on this or any other Ward 14 or city-related matter, contact my office at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Councillor Gord Perks
Parkdale/High Park- Ward 14
100 Queen Street West, Suite A14
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
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The TDSB recognizes that certain groups in our society are treated inequitably:
because of individual and systemic biases related to race, colour, creed, culture,
ethnicity, linguistic origin, disability, socio-economic class, age, ancestry, nationality,
place of origin, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,
family status, and marital status. Similar biases have also impacted First Nations,
Métis, and Inuit populations.” (Adapted from the TDSB, Draft Equity Policy, p.2)
· acknowledging historical and present discrimination against these groups
· removing barriers to opportunity
· eliminating discrimination
· remedying the impact of past discrimination
Equity aims to achieve equality for all by responding to the needs of individuals, not by treating everyone the same.