Transcript: TVO Daytime News Program 58 | Mar 25, 1991

[knocking]

A group of students knock on a classroom door. A teacher opens the door and gives one of them a box full of paper. He empties the box in a bigger one and gives the empty box back to the teacher. Music plays.

A caption on screen reads “TVO Daytime. March 25, 1991.”

Milton Vanderveen is in the studio. He’s in his early fifties, balding and with a moustache. He wears glasses, a white shirt, burgundy tie and a gray V-neck sweater.

He says THAT WAS A SCENE FROM
RIVERCREST PUBLIC SCHOOL
IN ETOBICOKE WHERE THE
STUDENT POPULATION
IS BECOMING
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONCERNED,
THANKS LARGELY TO THE
EFFORTS OF THE PRINCIPAL.
WE'LL BE RETURNING TO
RIVERCREST IN A MOMENT.
HELLO AND WELCOME
TO
TVO DAYTIME.
I'M MILTON VANDERVEEN.

A slate appears on screen. It reads “TVO Daytime. Principals’ report, 12:01; Education Report, 12:27; Daytime Calendar, 12:30; Conference Report, 12:32.”

Milton says COMING UP ON TODAY'S
PROGRAMME,
WE'LL HAVE AN EDUCATION REPORT
ON A POPULAR STREET
PROOFING PROGRAMME.
OUR DAYTIME CALENDAR LISTS
EDUCATIONAL EVENTS COMING UP
ACROSS THE PROVINCE.
AND ON OUR CONFERENCE
REPORT LISE BISSONNETTE,
PUBLISHER ON
MONTREAL'S LE DEVOIRE,
ADDRESSES THE
ARTS WORK CONFERENCE
ON THE VALUE OF ARTS
IN THE CLASSROOM.
BUT FIRST, THE
PRINCIPAL REPORT.
YOU WON'T SEE MANY
STYROFOAM CUPS
AND WASTED PAPER AT
RIVERCREST PUBLIC SCHOOL.
THE STUDENTS AND STAFF
ARE DOING ALL THEY CAN
TO HELP THE ENVIRONMENT.
WE'LL GO TO THE SCHOOL AND
MEET THE PRINCIPAL ON,
THE PRINCIPAL'S REPORT.

Watch: TVO Daytime News Program 58