Russell Langmaid Public School

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Russell Langmaid Public School
170 Church Street.
Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 2M3, Canada
School board Peel District School Board
Religious affiliation Public
Superintendent Dianne Miles
Area trustee Jeff White
Principal Margaret Patterson
Administrator Elizabeth Boily
School type public elementary school
Grades K-5
Language English, programs include French
Area Mississauga - Streetsville
Campus Suburban
Motto Streetsville's First School
Mascot Leo the Lion
Team name Lions
Colours Blue and Gold
Founded 1940
Enrollment 53 (June 2010)

Russell Langmaid Public School is an elementary school in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is located near the corner of Queen and Main streets, in the heart of Streetsville. Built in 1940, it is the oldest continuing school in Streetsville, and predates the city of Mississauga by 34 years. The school has now closed, and its last year was the graduating class of 2009-2010.

The school has participated in many initiatives over the years. For example, Waste Reduction Week in October 2004[1] and 2005,[2] as well as a World Vision pilot project "African Water Walk" in May 2008 that could be expanded in September.[3]


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Coordinates: 43°34′57″N 79°42′49″W / 43.5825°N 79.7135°W / 43.5825; -79.7135