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When will full-day Kindergarten be in all schools?
The Full-Day Kindergarten program for four-and five-year olds will roll out over five years, with more schools added each year so that by 2015-2016 every elementary school in Ontario will offer full-day, every day kindergarten.
Full Day Kindergarten is being offered in 11 classrooms across TLDSB in 2010-11 with an additional 4 classrooms in 2011-12 and 21 classrooms in 2012-13. Full implementation is scheduled for 2015-16 when all schools will recieve FDK.
Schools that began in 2010 are:
- Huntsville Public School
- Irwin Memorial Public School
- King Albert Public School
- KP Manson Public School
- Parkview Public School
- Queen Victoria Public School
- Ridgewood Public School
- Watt Public School
- Archie Stouffer Elementary School
- Cardiff Elementary School
Schools to be added for the 2012-2013 school year are:
- Bobcaygeon PS
- Bracebridge PS
- Dr. George Hall PS
- Dunsford District ES
- Fenelon Township PS
- Glen Orchard PS
- Gravenhurst PS
- Lady Eaton ES
- Mariposa ES
- Muskoka Beechgrove PS
- Muskoka Falls PS
- Woodville ES
Schools to be added for the 2013-2014 school year are:
- Alexandra Public School
- Grandview Public School
- Jack Callaghan Public School
- Lady Mackenzie Public School
- Pine Glen Public School
- Spruce Glen Public School
- Stuart W Baker Elementary School
- V K Greer Memorial Public School
Schools to be added for the 2014-2015
- Langton Public School
- Leslie Frost Public School
- Macaulay Public School
- Monck Public School
- Riverside Public School
Will there be extended day programs at full day kindergarten schools?
Each year we will determine the interest in extended day programs by families in each of our Full Day Kindergarten school communities. For the 2011-2012 school year there is not sufficient interest during the 2011-2012 school year to run an extended day program.
Boys and Girls Club of Kawartha Lakes interviews TLDSB
Producer Heather McCullogh of the Boys and Girls Club of Kawartha Lakes interviews TLDSB Curriculum Consultant Stephanie Vohra about the benefits of full-day kindergarten.