Clubs & Teams

Thank you to our Runnymede teachers, staff, and parents who volunteer their time to lead a variety of teams and facilitate a variety of clubs throughout the year.  Their dedication towards providing a variety of experiences at Runnymede are valued and enjoyed by our students.

Runnymede Club offerings and information will be updated for the 2022/2023 school year as we confirm what will be available!

Check the Runnymede Reminders page and the

Runnymede Calendar for upcoming dates and events!

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Listen to announcements to learn more and to join!

COMING ON JUNE 22 & 23 for Grade 4 & 5 students!!

Volunteers Needed for Amazing Math Race!

The Amazing Math Race is a Runnymede parent-led STEM program that is a hands-on activity for grade 4 & 5 students. It is a half-day activity that needs parent volunteers to lead activities for groups of students. With the help of grade 7 & 8 students, parents will help to set up materials for their activity and make sure that it runs smoothly for all the groups of students. 

  • Volunteers for the Grade 4 Amazing Math Race are needed on Thursday June 22nd at 11:30am-3:15pm
  • Volunteers for the Grade 5 Amazing Math Race are needed on Friday June 23rd at 11:30am-3:15pm

Prior to the date there will be one meeting with all volunteers to learn more about what will happen on the date and to assign activities. 

This is a way to connect with students through friendly competition and fun math games!

Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!

Sign up to volunteer here


On Saturday April 1, 2023, our senior students represented Runnymede in the Regional Toronto Science Fair held at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. Our budding scientists, had a chance to present their research or experiments to experts in their field of research and vie for a chance to represent Toronto in the Canada-Wide Science Fair.

All three of our gr. 8 teams received regional recognition by bringing home bronze medals.
Congratulations to:
Emme M. and Elaina B. for their research on Pollution in our Water,
MJ S. and Genevieve B. for their research on Personality Types and Career Choices; and,
Luke D. and James E. for their research on Concussions: Cognitive Issues in Athletes Post-Career.
Wonderful work!



Mr. Reynolds is hosting a Chess Club for grade 6, 7, and 8 students starting on Monday, December 12 in the Library Learning Commons (LLC). It will continue on each Day 5 in the cycle until the March Break. There is no sign-up, but attendance will be taken each day. Students should eat their lunches in the cafeteria and then proceed to the LLC at about 11:40 AM for play. It is geared towards beginners and there is plenty of coaching to get started. Ideally students would attend consistently, rather than sporadically, and be motivated to play cooperatively with peers.

Let’s make some good moves!

For the last couple months, a group of motivated grade 7 and 8 students have been solving a variety of math problems
during their lunch on Thursdays. Under the direction of Mr. Harwood, the Math Club wrote the Beaver Computing
Contest this week. Congratulations to all participants!

Mr. Harwood will be starting the next math club in January, preparing for the Math League contest this winter.

Our Gr. 4-5 Runnymede Green Team members will be meeting with JK-Grade 5 classes in the coming
weeks to discuss proactive steps that can be taken to support our environment and check our energy
and paper consumption tracking at Runnymede. Green team is a HUGE help getting all the pizza boxes, plates and napkins recycled and composted at Pizza Days each month!

Runnymede Green Team: (Grades 4-6) Runnymede is a Gold Certified Eco School.  If you are interested in keeping your school green you should join the Green Team!  (Boulton / Enrico / Smith / Maddison / Bedard)

Student Parliament: Contact Mr Evangelou, Ms Javor & M Dimitroff to get involved!


Senior (Grades 6, 7 & 8)

Yearbook Club: Lead is Mme Moens & Mme Cianfarani

Dance Club:  Lead is Mme Moens.  The dress code is comfortable, with appropriate footwear. Water bottles are necessary. 

First Lego League (Grades 4-8) Runnymede’s First Lego League team is a competitive team that uses math, science, techology and skill to problem solve, build a robot and do science-based presentations. The team has tryouts. There are mandatory meets Sept-Dec and then the TDSB’s Qualifier in December. Lead by Ms Moldawa & M Dimitroff

Drawing club: (Grades 5-8 ) Lead is Mme Freeman

Junior (Grades 4 & 5)

Peer Mediators: If you are interested, speak with Mr Rose/ Ms Markee


We are working on bringing you more Clubs-specific content to this website.

If you would like to volunteer please reach out!

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