York Street Public School

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York Street Public School

York Street Public School is an elementary school in the Lower Town neighbourhood of Ottawa, Canada. The school was built in 1922[1] replacing four smaller schools in the area: Robinson Primary, George Street, Rideau Street, and Bolton. The school plays a prominent role[2] in the books of children's author Brian Doyle, who is a graduate.

York Street Public School places an emphasis on community involvement. During the school year, York Street P.S gets involved in many initiatives including the Bell Canada Raise-A-Reader Program, the Heart of the City Music Program and also Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa's SOAR Leadership Program.

They have been champions at the OCDSB's annual Math & Tech Competition in 2005.

The school runs daily from 8am - 2:30pm.

References

  1. ^ Cummings, H.R. and W.T. MacSkimming. The City of Ottawa Public Schools: A Brief History. Ottawa: Ottawa Board of Education, 1971.
  2. ^ Doyle, Brian. Angel Square, 1984.

External links[edit]

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

Coordinates: 45°25′55″N 75°40′58″W / 45.432063°N 75.682905°W / 45.432063; -75.682905

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