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School Parenting and Family Literacy Centre

This school has a Parenting and Family Literacy Centre, a free TDSB program for parents and caregivers with children from infants to 6 years of age. Daily activities include family story and music time, art activities, sand and water play, gym time and a nutritious snack. Please visit the centre any time during program hours and participate in an enjoyable play based program where your child can play and learn skills that will support a smooth transition to school.  Visit and learn about the school, meet other parents and discuss issues related to children.

For more information contact 416 394 2104 or the contact number(s) below.


School: Rose Avenue Junior Public School
Address: 675 Ontario St, Toronto, ON
Ward: 14
Phone: 416-393-0790
Mon. to Fri. 9:00am - 1:00pm
Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and to acquire
the knowledge, skills, and values
they need to become responsible members of a democratic society.
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