Curran-Lehman said she opted to switch her kids from virtual school to in-person before Wednesdayâs 4 p.m. deadline âout of fear of them losing their spot in FI.â Parent/guardian consent will be required to participate for those students under 18 years of age if selected for the virtual focus group. The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) says it is still working to get online instruction up and running following "an increase in newly registered students" to virtual school. Previously, some 60,000 TDSB students choose virtual school this fall â but a recent surge in COVID-19 cases across the province has led even more families to make the switch where it's offered. A teacher at one of the TDSBâs Model Schools for Inner Citiesâa program created to support students in low-income communities âRadomsky is now in her 21st year of teaching. But, â¦ Melissa Radomsky is no stranger to difficult decisions. While more than 94 per cent of TDSB students â 56,000 â had been assigned a teacher since virtual school began Sept. 22, as of Friday, 6 per cent were still waiting. Stoke Newington; Islington; WEâRE NOW OPEN; December 17, 2020 by . Virtual focus group sessions: Students will be randomly selected (approximately 64 â split between 8 focus groups), to represent various regions within the TCDSB. Please click here for a System Check before you login. read tcdsb virtual school Last year, she was diagnosed with a pre-cancerous condition; but this year, despite her diagnosis and having asthma, Radomsky is teaching a class of 25 â¦ Please enter your user name and password to continue. Lower-income and non-white families are opting for the Toronto District School Board's online-only classes during the COVID-19 pandemic at a greater rate than white and wealthier families. The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) said it recognizes parents or guardians may want to switch between in-person learning and virtual. The Toronto District School Board says an investigation is underway after anti-Black racist comments were made during a Zoom meeting. Thank you for visiting this website for online courses. TDSB says most high schools will make use of the hybrid model of in-class and virtual learning By Noor Javed Staff Reporter Thu., Nov. 12, 2020 timer 3 min.