Perth School

Perth Ave. Public School

French Immersion at Perth Ave P.S.

Thank you for your interest in French Language Instruction at Perth Ave Public School.

If you are a parent of children in the Perth Avenue P.S. area, please complete the survey attached at the bottom of this page and return it to one of the locations listed below. For more information on this initiative, keep reading...

TIME: 6:30 PM

Perth Avenue P.S. Annual Festival June 23rd

Join the Perth Avenue P.S. Community as we celebrate our annual Festival

Date: Thursday June 23rd
Time: 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Location: 14 Ruskin Ave
Details: Please join us in the Perth Avenue P.S. playground for festivities that children and their families can enjoy as we celebrate the end of another successful year.

To mention a few of the activities:

  • Adopt a Stuffed Animal
  • Cake Walk
  • Used Book and DVD Sale

Perth Public School looking for hockey helmets and digital cameras

Sharon, a parent at Perth Ave. Public School writes:

Perth Public School is looking for donations of hockey helmets for their winter skating program for grades 1-6. They are also looking for donations of old digital cameras to allow classrooms to experiment with photo and video. Cameras are also helpful when the teachers are on outings with their classes and for creating school and classroom newsletters. If you have these items kicking around, please drop them off at the school or let me know and I can make arrangements with you to pick up.

Perth Ave. Public School needs reading volunteers

From the Parents Committee at Perth Ave. Public School:

Perth Avenue P.S. is looking for READING volunteers for a few minutes a day in the morning to sit with the children.
If interested, drop into the office and see Janice Robinson the principal.

Perth Avenue Junior Public School: Advisory Council Meeting

Perth Avenue Junior Public School invites you to attend a public meeting about adding grades 7/8 and French Immersion programming.

When: Monday, October 18, 2010
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: Perth Avenue PS Library

Child care is available.

Rankin Crescent News, Issue #1

The following newsletter was forwarded to me from Bob, a resident of Rankin Crescent. You can download a PDF copy of the printed newsletter here.


Issue #1 – published July 4, 2010 – Printed Circulation: 100

1. Perth Avenue Junior Public School Needs Our Support – Now.

Enrollment numbers are down at Perth Avenue Junior Public School and if we hope to ensure the survival of Perth Avenue J.P.S., we have to show our support for the school. To help boost enrollment, Perth school would like to add French Immersion and grades 7 and 8 to its programming. However, it is up to us, as parents and local residents, to convince the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) that access to these programmes is desirable for the children who live in our neighbourhood. In particular, those of us who have pre-schoolers who we would like to benefit from a French immersion education at a local school, as well as being able to attend Perth school until the end of grade 8 must make every effort to communicate their support for these initiatives to the TDSB, in particular to our elected education trustee:

Community Festival at Perth Public School

In conjunction with the Perth Public School staff and parent council, the Perth Park Festival Committee, is hosting a COMMUNITY FESTIVAL.

This fun day will consist of food, games and a bouncy castle! Join in on the fun at the Perth school yard at 3:30 p.m.

Adult Volunteers are needed to assist with this event. Please contact Carla at

Public Meeting Re: Grades 7/8 and French Immersion at Perth PS

There will be a public meeting with school board trustee Maria Rodrigues regarding the addition of grades 7/8 and a French Immersion program at Perth Ave. Public School.

DATE: Monday, 5 July
TIME: 6:30 p.m.

For more information about this, please see the Pump Up Perth campaign website.

Pump Up Perth logo

Pump Up Perth logo

Logo for the Pump Up Perth campaign to expand services at Perth Ave. Public School.

Logo created by Ranajit.

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