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Norman Cook Junior Public School (GR. JK-06)

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Norman Cook Junior Public School was opened in 1953 and was named after Norman Cook,  a prominent early settler of Scarborough,  who served as a school trustee from 1931-1943.  Our school is located in a busy city area known as "Scarborough Junction".  The school population is drawn from a mixed socio-economic population with diverse backgrounds. A significant number of out of area students attend Norman Cook school because of the on-site daycare facilities and the small school atmosphere.  We serve the needs of approximately 150 Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6 students. 



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