John McCrae Public School (GR. JK-08)
" The Torch - Be Yours to Hold It High"
John McCrae Public School, designed by Raymond Moriyama, first opened in 1969. It was named to commemorate Canadian Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, MD, who, in 1915, composed the poem, "In Flanders Fields". Our motto is: "The Torch - Be Yours to Hold It High".
We serve a diverse school population and community. We provide a safe, nurturing environment where students acquire the skills, knowledge, and values necessary to become lifelong learners.
Our staff consists of an excellent mix of teachers with a wide range of teaching experience and personal and professional backgrounds.