Dolphin Senior Public School
|Dolphin Senior Public School|
|18 Brookside Drive
Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 1H3, Canada
|School board||Peel District School Board|
|Area trustee||Rick Williams
|Principal||Ms. Annesia Khan|
|Vice principal||Ms. Kerri Dunford|
|School type||Public middle school|
|Grades||6 - 8|
|Language||English & French|
|Colours||Yellow and Blue|
|Enrollment||579 (September 2012)|
Dolphin Senior Public School, (commonly called Dolphin) is a middle school located in Streetsville, Ontario, Canada. In the 2008-2009 school year, it contained 517 students between the grades of 6 to 8. The school's mascot is a dolphin, and its colours are blue and yellow. The school now has 579 students.
Dolphin offers many overnight excursions. Locations include Mansfield, Quebec, Ottawa and Camp Couchiching. Also, a small number of 7th and 8th graders went to France during March Break in the 2007-2008 school year.
The school also runs the ELC (or Enhanced Learning Class), in which gifted students are placed. Recently, the grade 6 ELC was moved to Dolphin.
The principal is Mrs. O'Brien, who is currently on medical leave and was replaced by Mr. Frank Trachsler. Mr. Trachsler left on December 9. Mrs. Khan has replaced Mr. Trachsler as acting principal. The former principal was Mrs. Spence,who used to be principal of Plowman's Park Public School, who replaced Mr.Armstrong in January 2009,who left on retirement.Mr.Armstrong replaced Dr. Bent on November 10, 2008.The vice principal is currently who is currently replacing Mrs. Khan as vice-principal. Mrs. Dunford is now the vice principle.
Dolphin keeps the rules needed in any structured school, however, they have made a new rule. Due to the recent selling of Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards, it has since been banned from the school
Dolphin participates in many fundraisers that include: Can Drive, Cambells Soup Label Fundraiser, Kernels Popcorn Fundraiser, Bake Sales, Me to We fundraisers, Pie tosses, Head Shaving, Tie Clipping, Stuffco Lunch Program, school dances, and even participates in Animal Rights Groups.
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