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Posted On Tuesday, 11 May, 2021

Thames Valley’s high school graduation rate hit a record high 83 per cent last year – the highest rate ever achieved by the Board and the fourth consecutive year graduation rates held above 80 per cent.
“Despite the obstacles to teaching and learning created by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, we succeeded in providing our students with the supports they needed to graduate,” said Mark Fisher, TVDSB Director of Education. 
The Board’s...

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Posted On Friday, 07 May, 2021

An active case of COVID-19 has been identified by local public health officials today at the following school: 
Harrisfield Public School
Thames Valley wishes to assure the community that all staff, parents and guardians of the school communities were immediately notified.
Health units investigate cases to identify close contacts and follow up directly to provide specific testing advice.
If you do not receive a letter from Thames Valley indicating the public...

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Posted On Wednesday, 05 May, 2021

An active case of COVID-19 has been identified by local public health officials today at the following school: 
Sir Arthur Currie Public School
Thames Valley wishes to assure the community that all staff, parents and guardians of the school communities were immediately notified.
Health units investigate cases to identify close contacts and follow up directly to provide specific testing advice.
If you do not receive a letter from Thames Valley indicating...

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Posted On Wednesday, 05 May, 2021

The deadline has been extended for Thames Valley parents and guardians to declare their choice of In-Person or Full Remote Learning for their children for September 2021. As a result of direction provided from the Ministry of Education on May 4 , parents and guardians now have until Tuesday, June 1 to complete the Declaration of Learning Model form found on the Thames Valley Parent Portal at www.tvdsb.ca/parentportal . “We are pleased to be able to provide parents...
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Posted On Monday, 03 May, 2021

Each year, the first week of May is recognized as Education Week across Ontario. It is a time for students, staff and families to celebrate our united interest in education, teaching excellence and student achievement.
In recognition of the tremendous impact that education staff and families have had on student success over the past year, the Ontario Ministry of Education has chosen this year’s theme to be #StrongerTogether.
In the face of each challenge presented...

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