French Program – Public Consultation

Share your ideas on enhancing French programs starting May 1:

There are 5 public consultation meetings scheduled across the city during May.
Come share your experiences with our core, extended and immersion French programs and your ideas for enhancing them.
Parents/guardians and community members are welcome to attend:
Tuesday, May 1 – 7-9pm
Cafeteria
Danforth CTI
800 Greenwood Avenue

Thursday, May 3 – 7-9 pm
Cafeteria
Etobicoke CI 
86 Montgomery Road

Tuesday, May 15 – 7-9 pm
Cafeteria
Birchmount Park CI
3663 Danforth Avenue

Thursday, May 17 – 7-9 pm
Cafeteria
Northview Heights SS
550 Finch Avenue W

Wednesday, May 30 – 7-9 pm
Cafeteria
John Polanyi CI
640 Lawrence Avenue W

Please share this information with your school community (school council, newsletters and websites, etc)  and with your own network of parents, graduates and community members who are interested in official language bilingualism and education.
Also coming next week is an on-line survey for parents/guardians, students and community members (ie, graduates, parents of graduates, stakeholders, etc). Surveys will be posted here very soon and will be open throughout May and June.

The final report of the French review will be presented to the trustees in the fall without any recommendations. The report will include the feedback from the consultation meetings, surveys and focus groups of students and staff, data collected from the TDSB information system and academic research.

More about the TDSB French Review and the 2017 Annual Report: Enrolment, Successes, Challenges of French Programs here.

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