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Our School has a COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Project.
Cedar Drive Junior Public School officially opened in 1970 and received its name from the many cedar trees that once populated the area. Since 1970, we continued to experience growth, resulting in a diverse population where our learning community learns, shares and celebrates with one another.Cedar Drive takes pride in our sense of belonging amongst our students, staff and families through our vision of shared ownership of educational excellence. Our staff is committed to providing opportunities and high quality instruction to support and empower our students to set them up for lifelong success. We strive to be the centre of our community, forging solid relationships and partnerships that contribute to a culture of learning.