“Journey to the Present”: A Black History Month Exhibit - Journey
to the Present traces the history of peoples of African descent.
This comprehensive exhibit consists of nine components, each
focusing on a different era.:
Here is the link to the Red Maple reading blog Ms. Sniderman
This is the link to the homeless shelter/centre for youth in
downtown Toronto that Peter, our presentor on January 29th works
Timely, relevant news articles for kids, educators in the
classroom and parents at home:
Click on the link listed here and enter one of these student
login classroom codes: genova17 (7B), 7Aroom15 (7A), hdavis16
(8B) or rwaxer14 (8A) to create Bitstrips comics (please use
correct spelling and punctuation):
Website containing information about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in
Africa and how it is affecting children:
Razkids Online Reading: All 7/8 students have an account! Teacher
8A & 8B: hdavis16
Online Math Homework Help: Students can create an account using
their school OEN number (available from their teacher). Online
tutoring available on this site Sunday - Thursday from 5:30 -
Dovercourt Public School website: This is the main site for our
school and contains important notices and announcements, as well
as information about our school.
National (U.S.) Library of Virtual Manipulatives: Great website
full of virtual math manipulatives - this site will help you with
math and is a lot of fun.
A city of Toronto parks website with information on a variety of
High Park features, facilities, and amenities.
A city of Toronto website with links to forestry facts and plant
lists, information on invasive species, High Park management
A city of Toronto website with information on Colborne Lodge, the
home of John and Jemima Howard, founders of High Park. Colborne
Lodge also offers school programs.
The Tallgrass Ontario website with information on Black Oak
Savannahs, information on prescribed burns and locations of tall-