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Posted On Tuesday, 23 January, 2018

TVDSB will restore its $15,000 sponsorship of the Grand Theatre’s production of Prom Queen, Director of Education Laura Elliott announced Tuesday.
“In discussion with our staff and Trustees, and in listening to the concerns of families, community members, organizations and advocates, administration has reconsidered and will fund the High School Project,” said Director Elliott, adding that important safeguards will be put in place to help younger audiences...

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Posted On Tuesday, 23 January, 2018


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Posted On Friday, 12 January, 2018

Parents, community partners, students and educators are invited to attend Thames Valley’s The IN Conference: INclusion, INdependence , INspiration , at Saunders Secondary School on Saturday, February 10th, 2018.
Attendees will be provided with tools and strategies to support acceptance and inclusion of all students in Thames Valley. Kelly Rogers (Dunlap) Psy. S., BCBA Autism Education and Intervention Specialist is the keynote speaker. Kelly has extensive experience...

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Posted On Friday, 12 January, 2018

Canada’s first Indigenous Student Trustee was elected following a debate and vote. This role will represent the voice of students who identify as First Nations, Metis or Inuit. Tehatsistahawi (Tsista) Kennedy, a grade 11 student at Saunders Secondary School was the successful candidate.
Until now, two Student Trustees have been elected annually by Thames Valley students from across the school district to provide input and represent the perspectives and voice of students...

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Posted On Thursday, 11 January, 2018

Thames Valley's Personal Support Worker (PSW) Program prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide compassionate care to patients, clients and residents with a broad-spectrum of conditions and health care needs.
The 6-month cooperative education program includes 459 hours of classroom theory and 306 hours of on-the-job training in agencies that employ PSWs.
Candidates are eligible to earn seven senior credits toward an Ontario Secondary School Diploma...

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