Adelaide Hoodless Public School

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Adelaide Hoodless Public School
Maplewood Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
School type Community school
Founded 1911
Head teacher Kelly Charles
Grades KG1 - Grade 8
Gender Co-Educational
Education system Canadian Curriculum
Language English

Adelaide Hoodless Public School[1] is located at 71 Maplewood Avenue Hamilton, Ontario, and the school is a member of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board. Built in 1911,[2] the school currently has 544 students enrolled in grades ranging from junior kindergarten to grade 8.

  • School Principal - Kelly Charles
  • Vice Principal - Kelly McCrory
  • Acting Superintendent of Education, Leadership & Learning -Jamie Nunn
  • Interim Director of Education - Pam Reinholdt
  • Trustee - Larry Pattison

Adelaide Hoodless lists its school vision as "A future in which all students can achieve their full potential."

The Adelaide Hoodless mission statement is "Educating students to become lifelong learners and contributing citizens in a challenging, changing, multi-cultural world."

Program highlights[edit]

Adelaide Hoodless takes part in the following programs:[3]


  1. ^ Board, Hamilton-Wentworth District School. "Adelaide Hoodless Elementary School". Retrieved 2017-02-01. 
  2. ^ "HUTTON, Gordon Johnston (1881-1942)". Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Canada 1800-1950. Verity Griscti & Joshua Hull. Retrieved 23 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "2011 / 2012 Adelaide Hoodless School Profile: PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS". School Profile. Hamilton Wentworth District School Board. Retrieved 23 May 2012. 

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Coordinates: 43°14′43″N 79°50′15″W / 43.2453°N 79.8374°W / 43.2453; -79.8374