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Almost one-third of Forest Hill Collegiate's 900 students are enrolled in classes at Holy Blossom Temple on Bathurst St., where 16-year-old David Speigel, a prefect at Forest Hill, instructs a French class. As the secondary-school teachers' strike continues, more and more students are attending the classes, which are led by senior students, prefects and volunteers from the general community. Open in full size

Almost one-third of Forest Hill Collegiate's 900 students are enrolled in classes at Holy Blossom Temple on Bathurst St., where 16-year-old David Speigel, a prefect at Forest Hill, instructs a French class. As the secondary-school teachers' strike continues, more and more students are attending the classes, which are led by senior students, prefects and volunteers from the general community.

Picture, 1975, English

Almost one-third of Forest Hill Collegiate's 900 students are enrolled in classes at Holy Blossom Temple on Bathurst St., where 16-year-old David Speigel, a prefect at Forest Hill, instructs a French class. As the secondary-school teachers' strike continues, more and more students are attending the classes, which are led by senior students, prefects and volunteers from the general community.

Picture, 1975, English

Notes

Photograph published in the Toronto Star, 5 December 1975, page A1, to illustrate article by Trish Crawford, "Makeshift classes grow as school strike drags on." Holy Blossom Religious School, 1950 Bathurst Street, west side between Dewbourne Avenue and Ava Road. (43.69827037, -79.42517778)

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Strikes - Canada - Ontario - Toronto - Teachers - 1975 - Miscellaneous

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0016772f