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Toronto District School Board
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Timberbank Junior Public School
170 Timberbank Blvd
Scarborough, Ontario M1W 2A3
(416) 396-5834 (Fax)
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Kindergarten Registration – Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
We are excited to welcome our new students to Timberbank! Registration begins on Wednesday, February 24th from 9:30am to 11:30am & from 1:30pm to 4:00pm. If you cannot make it on this day, please call the school at 416-396-6605 to book an appointment to register.
In order to register your child, please bring the following information about your child:
1. Age – (birth certificate or passport)
2. Address – (two pieces of identification that show your address such as your telephone bill, driver’s licence etc.)
3. Immunization (the card that shows a list of needles your child has received)
Not Born in Canada
– if your child was not born in Canada then verification of date of arrival is required. Families who are permanent residents and refugee claimants may register directly at our school. All other families should go to the International Program and Admission Office, TDSB, 5050 Yonge Street, for a TDSB School Admission Letter.
We are looking forward to meeting our new students and families.
Full-Day Kindergarten Registration Booklet:
Kindergarten Registration Booklet_F.pdf
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Unity in Community
This artwork depicts the Timberbank community. It shows our mascot, the timberwolf, having a central and prominent position while perching on a rock against the full moon. The timberwolf as a social animal symbolizes our mottoes, "Timberbank is Teamwork" and "The Pack On TRACK". The four other animals, cougar, bear, hawk and moose represent Timberbank's houses. They also represent unity and diversity. Despite their differences, each animal occupies a special place within this ecosystem. The animals are carefully positioned within the artwork, depicting the need for harmony and balance while respecting their individuality and uniqueness.
© R. Mirshahi
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