Schools: Pickle Lake Area

Public School

Our Great Programs!

+ You're The Chef - Kids Cooking Program

This hands on cooking program is designed to help students develop the skills and confidence necessary to prepare healthy and tasty recipes emphasizing vegetables and fruit.

+ OPHEA Healthy Schools

This program recognizes and celebrates school communities for promoting and enhancing the health and well-being of students, school staff, and the broader community through a variety of activities and initiatives. We are very proud to be the first school board in Ontario to register all of our schools for OPHEA’s Healthy Schools Certification.

+ Eye See… Eye Learn

This is a not-for-profit program designed to detect, diagnose and treat children with vision problems when they begin Junior Kindergarten (Year 1), so that every child can see and learn to the best of his/her ability. Local Doctors of Optometry provide OHIP-insured eye exams, and if prescribed, the child receives a free pair of eyeglasses donated by the program’s eyewear partners.

We also offer:

Sports Club

Student Council

Breakfast/Lunch Programs

Crolancia Public School is very focused on building a strong school community where all children are valued. Students in the Full-Day Kindergarten program participate in monthly school assemblies and attend the various special events that are hosted at our school. These include monthly assemblies, concerts, and special guest presentations. We also modify school wide events such as the annual Terry Fox Walk to ensure that all of our children can be included. Kindergarten students practice their reading with Reading Buddies from a Junior or Intermediate class. This is an ideal way for the children to develop confidence in their reading and is a wonderful leadership opportunity for our older students as well.

Extra-curricular activities are offered for all students at Crolancia Public School. Various clubs are offered throughout the year. Eco-School, Girl’s Club, Sports Club, and Art Club are some favourites among the students. The school will send notes home about the various clubs and parents can sign consent forms if they decide to have their children participate.

We believe that a strong school/home connection is vital to a child’s success in school. Parents are always welcomed to come to the school to visit or arrange with the teacher to be a guest presenter or reader in the classroom. Children love to see their parents at school and to be able to show their parents what they are learning. We welcome parents to come and see what their child is learning in our full-day learning program.