Jackman Avenue Junior Public School (GR. JK-06)
JACKMAN - GIVING KIDS WHAT THEY NEED TO SUCCEED.
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Jackman Avenue Public School opened its doors in 1963 as a small English Community School with a staff of 14. In 1971, the school broadened its scope, and welcomed one of the first early French Immersion programs in Toronto. In the past 47 years, the population of Jackman Avenue has grown extensively; so much so that a huge renovation occurred, doubling the size of the school, and adding on a third floor. Jackman remains a dual track school, and is almost evenly divided in numbers between French and English students. Currently, 34 teachers serve nearly 700 students. The school has a very close relationship with the Jackman Community Day Care, which has shared space within the school for the past 25 years.