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We believe that timely, open communication between parents, staff, and students is important for success. Should there be questions or concerns about student learning, the first step is to contact the classroom teacher as soon as possible. Being proactive in this sense helps staff resolve any small issues before they become larger. Staff will typically respond to communications by the end of the next school day. In rare cases whereby the classroom teacher and parent are unable to resolve a concern, Administration is available to support. 

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To kick off family literacy day, s and t are dropping everything and reading this morning. We are excited to see other activities planned for the day. #CBEliteracy https://t.co/JUlPiRX9sE

Welcome back Thorncliffe Students! We hope you enjoyed winter break and your first day of online learning. January 8, is a PD day, so there will be no classes. We are excited to see students in person on January 11.

Students in the Grade 5 and 6 class are analyzing and finding patterns to start off their Patterns and Relations topic! https://t.co/ZkHhm2G1XZ

Our Grade 5 and 6 students created an encouragement and affirmation bulletin board for the students and staff. https://t.co/rvDg7keais

Our grade 1 & 2 Ss took on a leadership role and decorated the school tree. Was I ever surprised by their creativity! Who doesn’t love a giant peach as a tree topper? https://t.co/VcmGM1m22q