RHA delivers personalized learning from Nursery to Grade 8. We get to know every one of our students -- what they need to flourish, how they think and process. It's what allows us to provide a fully personalized approach to their education.
RHA coordinates and provides a comprehensive range of student services and programs. We welcome students from different backgrounds and with different strengths. Our programs encourage children to have a role in how they learn and what they learn. We use research-based instructional strategies to guide students along their own path.
Yes. The school asks that foods that contain peanuts, nuts or their respective families of products not be brought onto school premises. This policy applies to all classes, even those without anaphylactic children. All school events follow a nut-aware policy, with policies kept up-to-date with the T.D.S.B. and other CAIS-accredited schools.
All lunches must be dairy or parve. Any food brought to school must bear a Hechsher such as COR or OU or other registered Kosher labels. When meat is served in the hot lunch program, all students are able to bring a lunch with kosher meat to school that day. The following symbols on the school calendar indicate when students can bring meat to school. We ask that parents be mindful of the days when meat lunches are allowed and only send kosher meat products.
Please call the administration office. Early years class lists are made available each spring for those interested in carpooling. In addition, the school has a carpool book where new families may register.
Student safety is at the top of our priorities as a school. We work closely with Beth Tzedec Congregation to ensure that our procedures are aligned and reviewed regularly.
The building entrance is secured by a guard and with surveillance.
We have strict sign in/out procedures for students and visitors.
Students are supervised by teachers or monitors at all times during school hours.
Our faculty, staff, and lunch & after school instructors are all required to submit a vulnerable sector police check and are educated in emergency best practices.
Each teacher is given an emergency procedure manual which goes through a variety of protocols including missing students, suspicious characters, threats, suspicious packages and evacuation procedures.
Throughout the year, students are also trained on evacuation and lock-down procedures, in the case of a fire or threat.
Everyone who enters the building must show identification to the security guard on-site including RHA families and visitors. All families provide a list of people authorized to pick up their children from school.
UJA provides financial support through The Centre for Jewish Education for scholarships and subsidies. The funds have been capped over the last number of years and must be distributed over the growing number of students in the day school system in Toronto.
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As Canada’s first CAIS-accredited school, we are part of an elite community of over 90 independent schools in Canada achieving and maintaining excellence in all areas of educational excellence.