Glenview Mission Statement::
“A place to learn, a time to grow, education to last a lifetime!”
2016/17 School Year
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome our new Grade 7 families to Glenview as well as our returning Grade 8 students. Students need to arrive by 8:59 a.m. on the first day of school which is Tuesday, September 6th. This is a regular school day and will be Day 1 of our 10 day cycle. Class lists will be posted on the main doors of the building for our Grade 7 students and out back for our Grade 8s. Students will need to bring a lunch to school on the first day as our servery will be closed but will open for the rest of the school year on Wednesday, September 7th. Students will receive an information package as well as very important documentation that needs to be returned to the school a quickly as possible. All students will be provided with a Dudley lock on the first day as well as an agenda.
Glenview Senior Public School was opened in 1966 to give our grades 7 and 8 students a period of transition and adjustment between the neighbourhood elementary school and the large secondary school. A formal Mission Statement was adopted to serve as a guideline for positive change and to provide a framework to define relationships with students, staff, parents and the community.
We offer programs that aim to foster academic development, a love of learning, critical and creative thinking and the ability to adapt to change.
We are dedicated to providing an environment in which our students build self-esteem and confidence, value differences and learn to work together in mutual respect and trust.
We recognize that these objectives are best promoted when students, staff, parents, administrators, the Toronto District School Board and the wider community work in partnership. We trust that Your child’s Glenview experience will be a positive one. We are looking forward to getting to know all of you and to working with your children.
Mario Sirois, Principal
Marlene Calligan, Vice-Principal