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Maurice Cody Public School (JK-5) was built in 1928 on Belsize Drive in the North Toronto area. The closest major intersection is Davisville and Bayview. The school has a population of approximately 700 students. We share facilities with Toronto Parks and Recreation. We have artificial turf and our "Discovery Gardens" - a council ring, a spiral garden, and a meadow woodland garden. The school also houses the Maurice Cody Child Care Centre. The Maurice Cody Public School Community strives to nurture the growth and development of its students by creating a safe, caring and dynamic environment that enables all children to reach their full potential as learners and citizens. We consistently work toward "making a difference in our world".