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Student Progress

Provincial testing is one way we assess our students. Each year The EQAO conducts a provincial review of Reading, Writing, and Mathematics for all students in grades 3 and 6.

The purpose of the assessment was to provide information on student achievement to parents, schools, boards and the province. Students are assigned a score between level I (the lowest) and level 4 (the highest). Students performing at level 3 meet provincial standards. Those standards are high standards of achievement. Students at level 2 are said to be approaching the provincial standard and students at level 4, exceed the standard. Provincial data is provided for comparative purposes. Detailed information about this assessment is available at the school.

Grade 3Grade 6
19 students participated, 32% of those were receiving special education support 21 students participated, 30% of those were receiving special education support
89% at level 3 or 4 in reading
100% at level 3 or 4 in writing
100% at level 3 or 4 in Math
76% at level 3 or 4 in reading
71% at level 3 or 4 in writing
71% at level 3 or 4 in Math

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2018/2019 School Calendar Now Available(Posted:4/19/2018)

At the February 27, 2018, NPSC Board meeting, the School Year Calendar was recommended and approved by the Board of Trustees. The school year will begin on Thursday, August 30, 2018 for staff and Tuesday, September 4, 2018 for students. The school year will end on June 28, 2019 for both students and staff. This recommendation has been approved by the Ministry of Education. Please see the attachment below for more information. We would like to thank all parents, community members and staff for their participation.

Student Transportation(Posted:8/7/2018)

Due to the dynamic nature of student transportation, school transportation routes may change from year to year, including route numbers, stop locations and times of service. Parents/guardians are responsible for verifying your child's information is up to date and accurate.

Please click the "read more" link below for more information about how to update your child's information, access stop locations, times of service and more.