Katimavik Elementary School

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Katimavik Elementary School
64 Chimo Drive

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Coordinates45°18′35″N 75°53′23″W / 45.3097°N 75.8897°W / 45.3097; -75.8897Coordinates: 45°18′35″N 75°53′23″W / 45.3097°N 75.8897°W / 45.3097; -75.8897
School typeElementary school
School boardOCDSB
SuperintendentJill Bennett
Area trusteeCathy Curry
AdministratorSandra Argo
PrincipalJeff Gervais
LanguageEarly French Immersion & 4-8 English
Communities servedKatimavik-Hazeldean
Feeder schoolsCastlefrank Elementary School

Katimavik Elementary School is an Ottawa-Carleton District School Board elementary public school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Katimavik is located in suburban Kanata in the Katimavik-Hazeldean neighbourhood. The school opened in 1981 and there have been two expansions, the second in 1984 to accommodate the intermediate students. Katimavik accommodates students from grade 4 to grade 8. Katimavik offers early French immersion programs to 560 students, as well as an English program to over 100 other students. There is also a GLP class (General learning Program) which hosts 16 students. Katimavik feeds into Earl of March Secondary School.

A few of the clubs hosted at Katimavik include Changing Lives in Kenya, a non-profit organization working with Free The Children to help support families in Kenya (www.theclikteam.weebly.com), The Eco Club (which won the bronze Eco-School award), and the Spirit Committee, in charge of planning and organizing school events such as dances and movie nights.

Currently, the school's regular schedule starts at 8:45 am and ends at 3:15 pm. However, there was a proposal for the 2015/2016 academic year put forward by the OSTA (Ottawa Student Transportation Authority) could have changed the school starting time to 9:15 am.[1]

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