October 26 / 2018

Dear York School Community,

Our Annual General Meeting took place on Wednesday, October 24th. My thanks to Angela Vavitsas, Chair of Governance, for Chairing the AGM and thank you to all who attended.  

At the meeting we thanked David Kozman, who is leaving the Board, for his dedication and commitment to the school, particularly for his support of the Premises Committee during the renovations.  Julie Di Lorenzo, Chair of the Advancement Committee, was elected to a second three year term, thank you Julie.

The Board of Directors for 2018-2019 is comprised of 16 Directors whose names appear below.   

Derrick Abraham        Julian Bharti
Kathryn Bowen        Philip Chown
Nandini DasGupta      Julie Di Lorenzo
Krista Hill                   Alex Moorhead
Kathrin Murmann   Mark Nightingale
Duriya Patel Ken Rotman
Bill Stone       Michael Storfer
Angela Vavitsas          Stephen Yuzpe

On behalf of the community I thank each of our Board members, and all the parent volunteers who give their time and expertise in service of The York School.

As  Chair of the Board of Directors, it is my honour to present the Board’s annual report for the 2017-2018 academic year.


Stephen Yuzpe,
Chair of the Board

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SAVE THE DATE - NOVEMBER 27 at 7:00 PM in the Gym

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Sleep better and you’ll eat better. Eat better and you’ll move more. And if you move more, you’ll sleep better and ultimately think and feel better. This is the ripple effect of good health and high performance.

Join us for an evening with author Greg Wells who will explain how with an improvement of just 1% in your sleeping, eating, exercising, or thinking habits, you’ll see dramatic improvements in energy and health.

Greg will explain how:

  • Sleep controls the hormones that regulate hunger and appetite

  • An hour of exercise can turn a B grade into an A

  • Muscular meditation helps reduce stress and decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Join Us November 27 for an evening that could alter your life (plus, you’ll also learn that watermelon decreases muscle soreness after a workout).

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