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Toonie Drive for Vision Program

Davisville has a new program designed to raise funds to help out the TDSB’s visually impaired students.  Each year the TDSB runs field trips to bring visually impaired students – who are ordinarily integrated into classrooms across the city – together for field trips.  However the costs of actually transporting those students can be daunting.  This year Davisville will send home slips asking for toonies to contribute to these transportation costs.  School Council will match all donations.

For more on this program, as well as requests for volunteers for track and field coaching, Fun Fair and our snack program, please click on School Council Newsletter.

A New Hot Lunch Day and Other News

A second hot lunch day will be added as of March 21!  For details and registration, click on Hot Lunch Program.  The Davisville password is DJPS62.

For more about what is going at and around Davisville in the upcoming weeks, including Carnival, JK registration and a community meeting regarding June Rowlands Park, click on School Council Newsletter.

Upcoming Speaker Series

Brown Public School and Forest Hill J&S Public School are each hosting a speaker series.

On Tuesday February 27 at 7 p.m. Brown will be hosting Kristen Siggins, who will be speaking on improving relationships between children and parents.  For further details, including how to register for this event, click on Brown Event.

On Thursday March 8 at 6 p.m. Forest Hill will be hosting Jennifer Kay, who will be speaking on tackling stress and anxiety through art and meditation.  For further details, including how to register for this event, click on Forest Hill Event.











Carnival is Coming!

We have a date for Carnival!  It is March 1.  If you are interested in volunteering for all or part of the day, please send an email to


Skate Night is Almost Here!

Our annual Skate Night is on this Friday from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. at Hodgson Rink!  Please remember that helmets are mandatory for all children and that only skaters are allowed onto the rink.  To volunteer to help out with this event, please click on

To find out more about this event, as well as our skate swap, silent auction, safety during drop-off and pick-up and our JK and new SK information night, please click on February 5 School Council Newsletter.