Monday, 1 April 2019


Hi IRC Families!

We are just 1 week away from our adults only 80's Night Fundraiser! All proceeds from this event go to directly to IRC Parent Council funding initiatives like upgrading the library, Scientists in the School, upgrading gym equipment and so much MORE!

Tickets are still available for purchase for $20 until March 31st by sending an email money transfer to: Be sure to include the names of the guests to be added to the guest list. After March 31st, tickets can be purchased for $25 at the door. (Ticket price includes 1 drink and light refreshments.)

Dressing up is not mandatory, but totally encouraged!

You won't want to miss your favorite 80's tunes brought to you by IRC parent and DJ Benjamin De Graaf akaDJelegance Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to party!

Are you a Trivia wizard? Then you are totally going to want to bring your smartphone and test your 80's Trivia knowledge! ($5 additional fee to play). 

There are pool tables available so you can challenge a friend to a game or two!

Raffles!  Donations from local merchants include gift baskets, alcohol and restaurant gift certificates from Nodo, Kelsey's and more!

We hope to see you there!

-IRC Parent Council Fundraising Committee

Monday, 25 February 2019


Our second Movie Night is next week

Join us Friday, March 1st at 7:00 pm.  Doors open at 6:30.  We are showing the animated film SING.  $5 suggested admission, or pay-what-you-can.  Pizza, popcorn and treats will be sold.  VIP seating is available at an additional $5.  Volunteers are still needed to run this event - we can't do it without you!  To reserve VIP seating or to offer to help out, please email Katie at

Proceeds from Movie Night fund important parent council initiatives that enhance our children's experiences at IRC.

Lift Up Your Library Fundraiser!

The Parent Council Equity Committee would like to thank everyone for their support of the Lift Up Your Library fundraiser and the book fair on February 14th. The book fair raised over $1000

The fundraiser continues until March 21st both online ( and in person at Another Story Bookshop, located at 315 Roncesvalles Avenue. 

You'll get 20% off all purchases made for the library. Another Story has a phenomenal collection of children's, young adult and adult books so if you happen to make some purchases for your home collection, they will convert 20% of those sales into a store credit for the IRC library! 

If you'd like to support the IRC library but don't have the time to go through the librarian's wish list, you can also make a donation through the School Cash Online system:
1. From the main page select "Make a Donation"
2. Select Indian Road Crescent Junior Public School from the "Fund Destination" drop down bar.
3. Please mention "Library" in the messages. 

We're hoping to raise $5000 for our school library and so far we've raised just over $1500! Let's try to reach that goal by March 21st to expand and update the selection of books available to our kids! If you have any questions please contact Kara Stewart-Agostino at
Thank you,
-IRC Parent Council

Wednesday, 13 February 2019


Regretfully, the Fundraising Committee has to cancel's tomorrow's Valentine's Day Bake Sale at parent-teacher interviews (Thurs, Feb 14th) due to a lack of volunteers or offers of baked good donations.

Thank you,

- IRC Parent Council

Saturday, 9 February 2019


Happy Friday, IRC!

Our next Parent Council meeting is Tuesday, February 12, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the IRC library. We will circulate the agenda prior to the meeting.  We hope you can join us!

The Arts Committee has a new Liaison - Maite Feeney! Please reach out to Maite if you would like to participate in this important committee.  Everyone is welcome! Email:

We have some important updates from our Fundraising Committee:

Valentine's Day Bake Sale - Thurs. Feb. 14th, 5 pm -8 pm - CANCELLED
We will be holding a Valentine's themed bake sale during parent teacher interviews. We would greatly appreciate if you can bake, make or purchase items to contribute to the sale. Please only send items that are nut free. If you are interested in helping out at the bake sale table for a shift (30 min-1 hour) or if you would like to donate peanut/tree nut-free baked goods please contact Tammy Ramalho at

Movie Night - Fri. Mar. 1st, 6:30 pm - 9 pm
Join us for movie night! We will be playing the movie SING. Bring your favorite stuffed animal, a cozy blanket or pillow and join us for pizza, popcorn and other snacks. Entry fee is $5 or pay-what-you-can. VIP Seats can be purchased for and additional $5! Doors open at 6:30pm, movie begins at 7pm. To hold your VIP seat or if you are interested in volunteering for the event please contact Katie Rybnikar at

80's Night Sat. April. 6, 2019 (Save the Date!)
Book your babysitters now and leave the kids at home! This is an event you won't want to miss. We are excited to announce: 80's NIGHT! An adult-only night out, at Shoxs Billiard Lounge. Dance the night away to your favorite 80's music, play some pool or test your 80's knowledge by entering our trivia contest. There will also be some great raffle prizes! Stay tuned for more information. If you are interested in helping with this event, please contact Katie Rybnikar at


-IRC Parent Council 


Lift Up Your Library: A book registry to update and expand our school library
Ms Khokhar, the IRC librarian, has a created a $4,500 wish list to expand and update the IRC library. The Parent Council Equity Committee has partnered with Another Story Bookshop to create a book registry for our school library. Help us Lift Up the Library by purchasing a book at Another Story Bookshop.

There are three ways you can purchase books from the registry:

#1 on February 14th at the book fair in the front entrance of the school.
#2 Visit the store in person at 315 Roncesvalles Avenue and ask about the IRC book registry.
#3 Purchase online through this link

Bonus! Two other ways to help:
  • Please share this with relatives who might be looking for ways to help your kids’ school.
  • Does your child have a birthday party coming up? Consider asking guests to support the school library instead of a traditional gift