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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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Senior Kindergarten Starting September 6, 2018(Posted:6/26/2018)

A note to all parents and guardians of Senior Kindergarten students. This year, all Senior Kindergarten students will begin school on Thursday, September 6, 2018. This is a change from our previous practice of Senior Kindergarten students beginning on the first Monday of the second week in September.

Transportation arrangements will continue to be available as per our past practice and will begin on the new start date of September 6, 2018.

Back to School Learning Technology Drop-In & Exhibition(Posted:6/7/2018)

Involving parents in their children’s progress in the classroom has long been shown to significantly increase student outcomes. With parent engagement top of mind, we invite parents and their children in grades 4-8 to participate in our Back To School Learning Technologies Drop-In Session, August 27, 2018. Experience the ‘hands on’ ways parents can help their child succeed in the classroom, by using technology at home to enhance and support student learning. Register today!