Cambridge Public School

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Cambridge Public School, located east of Embrun, Ontario, Canada, has a school population of about 300 students. It is the main Upper Canada District School Board elementary school for Embrun, Casselman, Limoges and St. Albert. This school is named Cambridge because it is located in the former Cambridge Township which is now merged with The Nation.

Cambridge Public School has classrooms for students from Kindergarten to Eighth Grade.

Although there are several thousand kids in the area, most of them go to religious or francophone schools.

The school was first built in 1977 and was originally made out of tin. However, in the 2002-2003 school year, the school was reconstructed using brick. The school cost 2.5 million dollars to construct.

The school has classrooms for each grade to divide into. Some classes are split into two grades, and others are single grade classrooms.

Also, there is 1 French classroom for the older grades. The younger grades have a French teacher who visits their classes.

Has recently cancelled plans for Christmas concerts and replaced with a non denominational February fest. The justification given by the school board is that the decision "supports inclusivity and respect to other cultures"

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Coordinates: 45°17′34″N 75°13′10″W / 45.2929°N 75.2194°W / 45.2929; -75.2194