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1 Golden Avenue Public School Golden Avenue and Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public Schools Accommodation Review 2013 – 2014

2 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Location – 117 Golden Avenue, South Porcupine, ON Year Built – 1975 Gross Floor Area (Square Meters) – 3,301 Grades – JK to Grade 8 English; Grade 7 & 8 French Immersion Autism Program Ministry Rated Capacity (Students - On The Ground Capacity) –2000 – 2001 – –2005 – 2006 – 338.0(Classrooms and JK-K reduced to 23.5) –2006 – 2007 – 328.0(Classrooms reduced to 23, JK-K to 20)

3 Ministry OTG Capacity Enrollment194

4 Ministry OTG Capacity Enrollment194

5 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Enrolment – October 31 School Year Enrolment 2002 – – – – – – – – (188 projected, actual as of Sep 6/13) Decline from = 92 Surplus Spaces 328–194 = 134 Utilization 59.15%

6 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Projected Enrolment, Surplus Spaces and Utilization – October 31 School YearEnrolment Surplus Spaces Utilization % 2014 – – – – We have used an intake of 10 students coming into Junior Kindergarten in each year from 2014 to Grade 7 & 8 students have been moved from the school beginning in 2014

7 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile

8 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile 2013 – 2014 School Organization: JK SK, Grade 1 (10, 5, 4) 19 JK, SK, Grades 1, 2, 3 (2, 2, 1, 1, 1) 7 Grades 1, 2 (15, 4) 19 Grades 2,3 (9, 10) 19 Grades 3, 4, 5 (4, 1, 1) 6 Grades 3, 5, 6 (2, 1, 3) 6 Grades 4,5 (14, 8) 22 Grades 5, 6 (11,11) 22 Grade 5, 6, 7, 8 (2, 1, 1, 2) 6 Grades 6, 7, 8 (2, 1, 3) 6 Grades 7, 8 (16, 13) 29 Grades 7, 8 (13, 20) 33 Total 194 Staff: Principal 1.0 Classroom Teachers 9.6 Special Education Resource Teachers 6.0 Educational Assistant 11.5 Secretary 1.0 Custodians

9 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Specialized Programs Early and Later Literacy, Primary Literacy Assessment Battery, Developmental Reading and Assessment School Wide, Math Coach Support, Special Education Intervention, Curriculum Focus Days – Literacy and Math, Roots of Empathy, Autism Program, Restorative Practices Teams Soccer, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Cross Country Running, Track and Field Clubs 100 Km Club, Band/Choir, Robotics Competition/Club, Computer Club, Skating Club Field Trips Cross Country Skiing Porcupine Winter Carnival Science Olympics Science Fair Grade 8 Trip Camp Bickell Grade 4 Swim Program

10 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Terry Fox Walk Fire Prevention Week Halloween Activities/Parade Remembrance Day Ceremony – School and Legion Food Bank Book Fairs Christmas Concert Public Speaking (Legion) Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition Christmas Choir Winter Carnival Education Week Handball (Gr 7,8) Junior Boot Hockey (Gr 4,5,6) Primary Dodgeball Autism Awareness Day Earth Day and Green Team Jump Rope for Heart Kickball/Tball Pizza Lunches School Newspaper Buddy Reading (Gr 8 and Gr 3) Character Education Assemblies School Council Dress Down Days Other Extra-Curricular and Parent Council Activities

11 Golden Avenue Public School School Profile Community Use of School –Women’s Volleyball Group –South Porcupine Winter Carnival –NEOFACS Autism Awareness Day –Elections Ontario (in the past, a provincial Polling Station but with Safe Schools, we are no longer allowing them to use our schools) Community Use of School Grounds –South Porcupine Winter Carnival

12 Golden Avenue Public School Transportation – 2013 – % of students walk, 65% are bussed Earliest pick-up time 8:02 a.m. Latest drop-off time 4:09 p.m. Longest distance bussed30.7 km Shortest distance bussed 0.2 km

13 Golden Avenue Public School School Condition The school’s infrastructure is generally in good condition, From 2004 to 2013 $598,855 has been spent on an elevator and upgrades (Heating/Ventilation, Barrier Free Washroom, Communication System, Sound Absorption, Upgrade Gym Lighting,Unpaved Sports and Recreational Spaces, Washroom Stalls and Accessories, Flooring, Exterior Doors, Fire Alarm Upgrade, Exterior Lighting, Gas Piping System Study) From the Ministry’s Condition Assessment Report, they have recommended the following upgrades in the amount of $1,749,582 over the next three years: –Millwork Replacement $268,361 –Roof Replacement $320,000 –Interior Lights $337,500 –Replace Playing Fields $23,023 –Replace Lighting Equipment $68,702 –Interior Doors $42,938 –Branch Wiring Study $12,000 –Floors $15,671 –Lockers $193,220 –Replace Domestic Water Distribution System $430,667 –Domestic Plumbing System Study $15,000 –Stacks & Breaching Study $10,500 –Replace other Communication & Alarm Systems $12,000

14 Golden Avenue Public School School Site and Grounds Paved surfaces, main drive and parking are in good condition Walkways are in good condition Landscaping is in good condition Play areas are in good condition except the unpaved playing fields which has been recommended for replacement Accessibility The school is handicapped accessible. Safety The school entry is considered safe, camera and buzz-in system in place. School grounds and play areas supervised during recess, lunch breaks and during bus times

15 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School Golden Avenue and Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public Schools Accommodation Review

16 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Location – 712 Earl Street, Porcupine, ON Year Built – 1972 Gross Floor Area (Square Meters) – 2,940 Grades – JK to Grade 8, Single Track English Ministry Rated Capacity (Students - On The Ground Capacity) –2000 – 2001 – –2005 – 2006 – (Classrooms and JK-K reduced to 23.5) –2006 – 2007 – (Classrooms reduced to 23, JK-K to 20)

17 Ministry OTG Capacity Enrollment124

18 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Enrolment – October 31 School Year Enrolment 2002 – – – – – – – – – – – (126 projected, actual as at Sep 6/13) Decline from = 113 Surplus Spaces 237–124 = 113 Utilization 52.32%

19 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Projected Enrolment – October 31 School YearEnrolment Surplus Spaces Utilization % 2014 – – – – We have used an intake of 8 students coming into Junior Kindergarten each year. Grade 7 & 8 students have been moved from the school beginning in 2014.

20 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile

21 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile School Organization: Junior Kindergarten, Senior Kindergarten (8,6) 14 Grades 1, 2 (10, 10) 20 Grades 2, 3 (7, 10) 17 Grades 4, 5 (10, 13) 23 Grades 5, 6 (10, 13) 23 Grades 7, 8 (12, 15) 27 Total 124 Staff: Principal 0.5 Classroom Teachers 7.3 Special Education Resource Teacher 0.5 Education Assistants 2.0 Secretary 1.0 Custodians 1.8 Total 13.1

22 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Specialized Programs Breakfast Program, Fruit and Vegetable Program (Porcupine Health Unit) Teams District Cross Country Run, Badminton, Ball Hockey, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Track & Field Intramurals Flag Football, Cross Country Running, Soccer, Floor Hockey, Dodgeball, Ice Hockey Other Activities Community Food Drive – Thanksgiving Parent Night Spring Concert/Variety Show Hot Lunch Orders, once per month Daily Milk Sales Christmas Cheer Baskets Porcupine Music Festival Monthly assemblies focusing on Character Traits Academic Recognition Grade 4 Swim Program Math Night Camp Bickell

23 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Teacher Interaction Primary Learning Communities - instructional for 100 minutes each month during class time Primary & Junior/Intermediate Learning Communities - assessments for the Primary & Junior/Intermediate Grades every two weeks Staff Social Committee Teaching Learning Critical Pathway (TLCP) Teachers Learning in Hubs School Improvement Plan Meetings Math Coach Interactions – Math Lessons Math Support – Co-teaching

24 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile School Condition The school’s infrastructure is generally in good condition, From 2004 to 2013 $353,785 has been spent on upgrades (Flooring, Handicap Accessibility, Flooring, Air Conditioning System, Acoustical Treatment, Upgrade Gym Lighting, Exterior Walls, Fire Alarm Upgrade, Emergency Lighting, Domestic Water Heater, Cabling/Raceways Study) From the Ministry’s Condition Assessment Report, they have recommended the following upgrades in the amount of $1,455,770 over the next three years: –Millwork Replacement $246,891 –Window Replacements $128,813 –Playing Fields $21,470 –Exterior Doors $98,795 –Lighting Equipment and Fixtures $67,493 –Interior Doors $81,583 –Branch Wiring Study $12,000 –Security System $17,360 –Air Handling Units $90,000 –Window Coverings $42,938 –Lockers $42,938 –Plumbing Fixtures $107,345 –Domestic Water Distribution System $370,181 –Domestic Plumbing System Study $15,000 –Domestic Water Heater $6,750 –PA System $45,000 –Other Communication & Alarm Systems $10,000 –Energy Supply $7,500 –Gym Floor $40,000 –Wall Finishes $3,750

25 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Site and Grounds Paved surfaces, main drive and parking are in good condition but with poor drainage Walkways are in good condition Landscaping is in good condition Play areas are in good condition except the unpaved playing fields which has been recommended for replacement Accessibility The school is handicapped accessible with a chair lift to accommodate for access to the raised stage area Safety The school entry is considered safe, camera and buzz-in system in place. School grounds and play areas supervised during recess, lunch breaks and during bus times

26 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School School Profile Community Use of School –NEOFACS – Best Starts Program/Early Learning There has been minimal community interest to use the school

27 Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public School Transportation – 2013 – % of students walk, 70% are bussed Earliest pick-up time 7:55 a.m. Latest drop-off time 4:17 p.m. Longest distance bussed31.95 km Shortest distance bussed 0.14 km

28 Combined JK – Grade 6 East End English Public School Golden Avenue and Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public Schools Accommodation Review

29 Combined JK-Grade 6 East End English Public School Projected Enrolment, October 31 School Year Enrolment 2014 – – – –

30 Combined JK-Grade 6 East End English Public School

31 Combined JK-Grade 6 East End English Public School Projected School Profile School Organization: Jr Kindergarten, Sr Kindergarten (18, 6) 24 Sr Kindergarten, Grade 1 (5,9) 14 Sr Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2, 3 (2, 2, 1, 1) 6 Grade 1 20 Grade 2 20 Grades 2, 3 (10,10) 20 Grades 3, 4 (10, 10) 20 Grades 4, 5, 6 (4, 1, 1) 6 Grades 4, 5 (14, 14) 28 Grades 4, 6 (3, 3) 6 Grade 5 28 Grade 6 24 Total 216

32 Combined JK-Grade 6 East End English Public School Projected School Profile Staff: Principal 1.0 Classroom Teachers 11.4 Special Education Resource Teacher 4.0 Education Assistants 7.0 Secretary 1.0 Custodians 2.3 Total 26.7

33 Combined JK-Grade 6 East End English Public School Projected School Enrolment by Grades School YearGrades JKK Self ContainedTotal


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