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Dunlace Public School (GR. JK-05)

Dunlace Public School is located in the Leslie and York Mills community, north of York Mills Road. Dunlace Public School opened in 1962, replacing the original Oriole Public School that served the community since 1826.
 
Dunlace serves about 320 students and represents 28 different language groups from 30 countries around the globe. We are part of Learning Centre 1, Learning Network 26. 
 
An independent childcare centre, Dunlace Children's Centre, whose philosophy supports and extends that of the school, is housed in the building.
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Dunlace@tdsb.on.ca

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Kate Maw
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and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
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