TDSB pushes again restart date for many secondary college students


The Toronto District College Board (TDSB) has pushed again its restart date for in-person and digital lessons for many highschool college students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most college students will now be beginning faculty two days later than anticipated on Thursday, Sept. 17, however some will begin on the unique restart date of Sept. 15.

The choice was made on Wednesday night time at a digital board assembly.

Trustees have been instructed that staffing and timetable challenges have compelled the board to regulate the beginning dates for each in-person and digital studying at most excessive faculties.

Secondary college students attending particular training congregated websites and intensive help applications for many who are developmentally delayed will begin on Sept.15, and can observe a semester schedule.

Particular Schooling Congregated Websites embody: York Humber Excessive College, Central Etobicoke Excessive College, Frank Oke Secondary College, Maplewood Excessive College, Drewry Secondary College and Sir William Olser Excessive College.

All remaining college students, together with these attending intensive help applications for autism, bodily disabilities, gentle mental disabilities, giftedness and studying disabilities, will begin on Sept. 17, and can observe a quadmester schedule.

The TDSB says if there are distinctive circumstances that require further time at choose faculties, these establishments will contact households straight.