Archive | April, 2018
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Wear a sports jersey tomorrow to show support for those affected by the Humboldt Broncos tragedy.

11 Apr

HumboldtJerseyDay

International Day of Pink

9 Apr

The International Day of Pink is happening on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.  It is a day when communities across Canada and across the world unite to celebrate diversity and raise awareness to stop all forms of discrimination and bullying.

Uniting on this day gives us an opportunity to show that as a school we stand up to bullying.  We ask all staff and students to wear pink on Wednesday to show respect for diversity and to demonstrate support for our school learning environment, one that we want to be safe and inclusive of people from all different backgrounds.

Please show your support … wear pink!

PHOTO DAY TOMORROW (Monday, April 9) AT BROWNRIDGE

8 Apr

This is a reminder that tomorrow is our Spring photo day for the entire school. Each student will have their photo taken with Lifetouch photos. 

Brownridge School Spring photos- Another opportunity!

3 Apr

Good morning everyone! Brownridge is pleased to offer Spring school photos (Different than SK and Grade 8 grad photos). These school photos will be taking place on Monday, April 9. Flyers are coming home today. Click Brownridge School photos- Spring for more info.

The YRDSB wants to hear from you… consider attending a town hall meeting.

3 Apr

Trustees are currently revising the strategic plan that sets the direction for the Board. This plan guides decision-making and priorities in York Region District School Board, and trustees want to ensure it reflects the voices in our community. There will be several opportunities for families and community members to share their input and be a part of this planning process. Your voice can help guide the work of the Board in advancing student achievement and well-being. Click here for more information.

Wear BLUE tomorrow (April 3) to “Light It Up Blue” in recognition of Autism Awareness Day

2 Apr

Joined by the international community, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes and communities around the world, light blue in recognition of people living with autism. Autism-friendly events and educational activities take place all month to increase understanding of and acceptance of Autism and foster worldwide support. On Tuesday, April 3, students and staff at Brownridge are being asked to wear blue to show their support of and to recognize Autism Awareness Day.  Please consider sending in a loonie, toonie or more to support initiatives by www.autismspeaks.org.

Autism Awareness- Light it up Blue