Forest Run Public School
|Forest Run Public School|
It Takes A Village: Together We Can Reach For Success
|200 Forest Run Blvd.
Maple, Ontario, L4K 5H3, Canada
|School board||York Region District School Board|
|Area trustee||Joel Hertz|
|School type||Public Elementary school|
|Team name||Forest Run Falcons|
Forest Run Public School is named after the street it is on. It first opened in 2002, taking in many students from other schools in the area such as Joseph A. Gibson Public School. The first principal of this school was Mr. Cunningham who left due to retirement. There are now over 700 students at the school and the school mascot is the Forest Run Falcon.
The current principal is Wendy Howes, and the vice-principal is Mark McTaggert. There are many clubs such as Instrumental Band, Flower Club, Battle of the Books, Volleyball Teams etc. Every year since the school first opened there have been Talent Shows which are now called Spring Show Case. Every month is given a character trait and at the end of that month, two students are selected from each class. The students at Forest Run are taught French from grade 4 through 8.