Online learning starts april 6th
Starting Monday April 6th all courses will have learning available online. Teachers have invited students through their TDSB student emails to join their online learning platforms.
Attached is the complete list of Monarch Park Collegiate teachers and the classes they teach. If you are unsure about how your child/ward is to access the online learning, or you have not received instructions on how to join the class, please reach out to teachers by sending them an email.
As part of the plan for online learning, the Ministry of Education has outlined the minimum expectations for student work-time in a given week based on learning materials and work assigned by your student’s teacher. These expectations, for each teacher, include:
• Grades 9 to 12: Three hours of work per course per week for semestered students, with a focus on credit accumulation and graduation.
There will be no final exams or culminating activities for all courses. Final grades will consist of completed term work.
gr. 12 Student Marks
Gr. 12 Semester 2 mid-term marks will be finalized by April 27, 2020 for submission to OCAS/OUAC.
Please see the Departments Page for information about COOP for the 2020-2021 school year.
UPDATE Regarding Registration for e-Learning Day School Courses 2020-2021 School Year
Registration dates for Grade 11 and 12 e-Learning courses for 2020-2021 are currently on hold and are being reviewed to ensure they align with the TDSB back-to-school strategy that is being developed. We will update you with the revised registration dates once they have been determined.
“Due to school closures , our May 2020 Prom unfortunately had to be cancelled. That said, we will be sure to hold a formal, celebratory event for the graduating class of 2020 when we are able. The funds raised by the 2020 Prom Committee will be fully applied to this event. At this point we are planning to convene such an event the day before, of, or after the Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020. This Commencement Ceremony will also be planned when we are able to hold such an event during the 2020/2021 school year. Further details will follow at our earliest opportunity. We know parents and students are anxious to know details about these important milestones.”
TDSB School Closures
The Government of Ontario has announced that all publicly-funded schools in Ontario, including those in the Toronto District School Board, will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year and that remote learning will continue until the end of June. For further information please refer to the TDSB website. www.tdsb.on.ca
This includes all extra-curricular activities.
During this time online learning resources are available.
Ministry of Education - Learn at Home Resources
Mental Health and Well-Being Resources
Course Selection Information 2020-21
Please see information available on the Registration Page
Toronto Public Health needs your Vaccination Record
- Missing vaccines? See your doctor to get vaccinated.
- Meningo...what? Ask your doctor to order the meningococcal-ACYW vaccine for free from Toronto Public Health. You can also get the vaccine at a Toronto Public Health vaccination clinic. Make an appointment online: tphbookings.ca/studentvaccines
- Report Online Report your updated vaccinations: toronto.ca/studentvaccines
416 338-7600 toronto.ca/health
Student Services - remind.com account and here is the link: rmd.at/mpcst2, we also have a facebook page: