May 25th-28th

We hope that you all took some time to safely enjoy the warmer temperatures and get some much-needed rest and relaxation this weekend.  We would like to thank you all for the tremendous job that you have been doing supporting your child(ren) while they learn at home.  It is not an easy task and we truly appreciate all of your efforts.  Our staff continue to work hard to create positive, safe spaces for our children.  As administrators, we are very grateful to our entire Parkview Community. 

As we begin to tentatively plan for the year ahead, it is important that you notify the school if you are moving or planning to have your children attend another school in September 2021. You can email the office at with this information.

Just a friendly reminder that registration is open for any new Kindergarten age student who would be starting here in September 2021. All Kindergarten JK students must be born in 2017 in order to be eligible for registration. Kindergarten registration will be available through Edsby or if you prefer, registration forms can be found on our Board Website. Stay safe!

S. Anand                             T.Weir                                                                                                                                                                   

Student Absences 

Please continue to report your child’s absence using Inform. The office will continue to follow up on absences during online learning. 

As a school team we are committed to supporting our students, please email the school at or your child’s teacher if you have questions or require support.  It is important that we all stay home and continue to follow Public Health guidelines in order to curb the spread of COVID 19 in order to protect one another. It has been a challenging year and we thank you for your continued support and flexibility.

Equity & Inclusion                                                                                                                                                                               At Parkview, we are deeply committed  to equity and inclusive education. It is important that as a community we continue to  support our children with navigating  through events that they  see, hear, or feel especially when events are traumatic in a safe and inclusive manner. It is through our shared commitment to equity that we will be able to make the world a better place. Families, these tips to speak with children may be helpful.

Here are some resources for families if you are looking for ways to speak about race:                                                                                

How To Talk About Race With Young Children                                                                                                   

Anti Racism Videos                                                                                                                          

Anti-Racist Baby Book (For K-8)

Other Resources:                                                                                                                                                                    

Dismantling Anti- Black Racism                                                                                                           

Addressing Anti Asian Racism                                                                                                                        


Support With Technology & Resources for Families

Families looking for assistance in navigating online tools can find resources available on the Board website . Families looking for virtual school IT support are encouraged to visit our Virtual School IT Support page for FAQs and a student tech help form.  


Public Registration Linked Here

Link to CBC Documentary  

Link to CBC Documentary  

Looking for books for your children? Shop the following titles from our Primary Division on our  Parkview Indigo Page:

  • Happy in Our Skin, by Fran Manuskin
  • Everyone Counts, by Judy Sierra, illustrated by Marc Brown
  • Same, Same But Different, by Jenny Sue Kostecki-ShawMixed Me by Taye Diggs
  • Black is a Rainbow Colour by Angela Joy
  • I am Enough by Grade Byers
  • The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson

May is…

May is Asian and South Asian Heritage Month. Click to see the “Resistance and Change” poster.

Canadian Jewish Heritage Month

Upcoming Faith Days

For faith observances in May, please see the YRDSB Multifaith Calendar located on the new revised YRDSB School Calendar page.