Agincourt Junior Public School's Mission Statement
Agincourt Junior Public School is an architectural landmark located on Lockie Avenue near Midland and Sheppard Avenues. When the school first opened in 1914, it consisted of four classrooms from Grades 1 to 12. With two additions over the years, we now have eight classrooms with grades K-6, a library/resource centre and two portables. This historic building has a unique authenticity and charm ideal for meeting the needs of our dynamic community, which includes approximately 230 students representing many different language groups and cultures.
Agincourt Junior Public School cares about the environment and our community. We've planted new trees on school property, prioritized recycling, reduced photocopying, conducted park clean-ups, and focused on energy conservation. We have even begun to tap some of our trees to make maple syrup! In the future, we hope to establish a pollinator garden and an outdoor classroom. Finally, the establishment of an EcoSquad, comprised of teachers and students, ensures that we maintain our commitment to the environment.
More Information About Agincourt Junior Public School
Formal reading and writing instruction begins in Kindergarten. Levelled books and Developmental Reading Assessments are an important part of our literacy program. Special Education and English as a Second Language are in place to serve children with special needs. All students are expected to reflect on their areas of growth and set goals for improvement.
- Daily Physical Education Programs
- Computer Lab
- Co-curriclar Activities
- Reading Logs and Homework Agenda's
Student Life - Where You Belong
closely to set high expectations for academic achievement and courteous behaviour. We are an inclusive community school with a wide range of co-curricular programs; Music, Drama, Dance, French Club, Eco-Squad, Folk Dance and Computer Studies. We encourage students to participate in these programs during and after school to discover unique experiences.