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C – Shelagh Dunn
Spruce Avenue School sets high but achievable goals for students so that they can reach their potential. Our junior high meets diverse student needs with enrichment programs in literacy and numeracy, small-group instruction in reading and numeracy for at-risk students, and the Literacy, Opportunity, and Behaviour and Learning Assistance programs. We also have a family therapist, a success coach, an Aboriginal commitment coach and an Aboriginal elder who works one-on-one with Aboriginal students.
The rich cultural heritage of the students that make up our diverse population is an important part of the school. We are involved in the City Centre Education Partnership to improve student achievement and make sure all students get the support and resources they need to succeed, and we partner extensively with community organizations to benefit our students.
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