We have a tradition of combining traditional parent-teacher nights with open houses for prospective parents, in a uniquely experiential, Dragon way. We host a roundtable discussion on educational themes of central importance to the Dragon’s educational vision,then an opportunity to meet and mingle with current Dragon parents and to talk to your child’s teachers, while I host a tour for prospective parents. We look forward to seeing you all on March 1st.
You’ll want to save the date, Wednesday December 7th from 6:00 to 8:00 at The Dragon Academy. This Open House focusses on our arts integration, with special guest Dr. Kristopher Magnuson, who is working with us on a reboot of our music program. See the attached poster for details. Parents, students, family are all welcome.
On May 6th from 6-8 The Dragon will open its doors for a special science themed Open House “The Art of Science”. This event is open to the Dragon community as well as prospective parents and students. It is a great way to speak to faculty as well as tour the school while you hear presentations from students that took part in the Scientists in Action Program. I hope to see everyone there.
The February 25th Open House has been rescheduled. Our next Open House will be on the topic of “The Art of Science” on May 6th from 6-8.
If you are interested in learning more about the Dragon Academy please get in contact with our front desk. In order to arrange a time to tour the school, or have a student visit for a day, by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 416 323 3243.
Join us for our upcoming Open House
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2014
6 to 8 p.m.
THE DRAGON ACADEMY, 35 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2
Meet Dragon faculty, parents and students, and explore our rich educational approach. The topic for this Open House is:
“In Defense of Equality”
Equality is the most radical, and the most potent, of democratic ideals. How do we teach our children that they each help make, and are responsible for, our shared world ? What is the connection between political and social citizenship? What skills do we need in twenty-first century Canada? How can these big ideas inform what we teach? Join Dragon faculty, parents and students for a roundtable on learning by doing, on fostering inquiry through discussion, and how Dragon students are prepared to be knowledgeable and active citizens.
“After listening to yesterday’s morning assembly, I went home and emailed my M.P. And this morning, I had to wrestle with my daughter for the Globe and Mail!”
The Dragon is located one block north of Bloor between Bedford and Avenue Road, just around the corner from the St. George subway station.