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Grenoble Public School's Mission Statement

Grenoble P.S. is a dynamic, community based school that is committed to the principles of academic excellence, safety, equity, partnerships, and collaboration. Grenoble P.S. has won the prestigious National Quality Institute's Award of Merit as a Canadian school demonstrating excellence.

The staff serves approximately 900 students - J.K. to Grade 6 with Jr. Extended French - in the Flemingdon Park area. Approximately 93% of the students and/or their parents have immigrated to Canada. In excess of seventy-three different languages are represented at the school.

School's Vision Statement:
At Grenoble P.S., we strive for excellence in student achievement through high expectations, leadership opportunities, partnerships with parents, community and business, as well as a commitment to lifelong learning, and respect for individuality. Grenoble P.S. exemplifies a safe, inviting, and progressive school.

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Student Life - Where You Belong


We offfer a number of co-curricular opportunities for the students including:
African Drum Club, Art Club, African Canadian Club,
Hiking Club, Environment Club, Recess Helpers,
House League, Primary Reading Club, Library Ambassadors,
Chess Club, Choir, Chinese Culture Club, Problem Solving Room,
Family Robotics, Dance Team, Boy’s Reading Club,
Biking Club, Weekly Skating, Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball,
Volleyball, Soccer, Cross-Country, Track & Field,
Drama Club, Cricket Team, Mural Team, Havergal After School Homework Club


School Yard/Playground Renovation: Joint project between TDSB, Parks & Rec and FPPA.
Snack Program: Organized by Teachers, maintained every day by a team of dedicated parents and enjoyed by the kids each day (basically they provide the kids with a snack that covers three food groups mid morning).
Eco-schools Silver Certification (09-10 objective: Gold).
Wynford-Montage Partnership: 08-09 Gym Renovation Project, 09-10 Courtyard Renovation Project
Expansion of HIPPY Program that supports families of pre-school children with literacy supports.
Implementation of School-wide/Grade Team Approach to DPA-we meet outside each day for some school community time where everybody completes DPA activities together. Grade teams take turns leading the children through aerobic/dance routines as part of DPA program.


In the school, we provide our families access to an extensive variety of community services:
-International Languages classes
-Flemingdon Health Centre
-Hincks-Dellcrest Centre
- Settlement Worker (S.E.P.T.) - providing support to families new to the school community and / or the country
Queen's University Faculty of Education -teacher training program
Early Years Parenting Centre 
- pro-active School Council (S.P.A.C. - School Parent Advisory Council) 
- parent-operated SNACK program providing a nutritious daily snack for students
-Institute of Canadian Citizenship
-Champion’s Daycare