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Principal's Message 250
Principal's Message

We are honoured and excited to welcome back our new and returning parents and students to King City Public School for the new year 2024.  Each year holds such promise for our students as we embark on another year of academic exploration and activities that support student achievement.  King City Public School has a long-standing tradition of excellence in academics, athletics and the arts as well as strong community involvement. With our dynamic and dedicated staff, we will continue to build our cooperative partnerships between child, parents and teachers.   

At King City Public School we are committed to preparing our students for the future in an inclusive and welcoming environment.  We continue to explore the most effective strategies to guide our students in Literacy and Mathematics, while incorporating digital tools that enhance learning. We aim to utilize these strategies in a supportive and caring environment to help our students maintain strong mental health and develop coping strategies as the demands of our world continue to increase.  Together with our home and school partnership, we can support our students as they navigate through a world with endless possibilities.

We look forward to working together with our families and community to provide an excellent education experience for all our student. Be sure to visit our EDSBY River of News to keep up to date on the latest news from the school.


Greg Collins



Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are on the traditional territories of the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe peoples, whose presence here continues to this day. We also would like to acknowledge that this is the treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit and thank them and other Indigenous peoples for sharing this land with us. We would also like to acknowledge the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation as our closest Indigenous community and our partners in education.

We acknowledge this land and the people because the first step to reconciliation is recognizing the existence of Indigenous people. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action (numbers 62-63) speak to the significance of education as the key to reconciliation. A shared understanding of how our collective past brought us to where we are today will help us walk together into a better future.

School Cash Online

YRDSB has gone to an online payment option for parents.  Go to for instructions about how to start!  Here is a video about how to get started.

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