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School:Dennis Avenue Community School
17 Dennis Ave
York,Ontario M6N2T7
Phone:(416) 3942311
Fax:416-394-4175
GPS(Latitude,Longitude): 43.684605,-79.486672

Toronto District School Board
5050 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario, M2N 5N8
Phone: 416-397-3000
School Website,School Grades : JK to 8,    Public,English program

School Notes:
Dennis Avenue Community School be converted from a Junior Kindergarten to Grade 5

school to a Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 school, retaining Grade 6 effective 1 September
2020, Grade 7 effective 1 September 2021, and Grade 8 effective 1 September 2022;
EQAO Ranking :
The best way to understand a school's performance is to get more infomation from the school by talking with the school's teachers and princial as we appreciate every school is unique. The data used for EQAO ranking are the data provided on the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) web site at https://www.eqao.com.

The overall rating/score is driven by EQAO shows how well students have met curriculum expectations. Some important aspects that create a good learning environment are not be included.

All EQAO assessments for the 2019–2020 and 2020-2021 school years had been cancelled due to the pandemic situation. The number of participating students in the 2021–2022 is smaller than in previous years.

2021-2022 G3(Grade 3, Rank/Total):N/A5-Year Average percentile score : 40Average
    Good    Average    Poor    NA
** Trends for a small school or boards are hard to interpret. Instead of reading the graph, talking to the school is more accurate.
The report card is based on the results for all students at or above the province standard. It doesn't include no data and 'exempt' categories. NA may indicate the number of students participating is fewer than 10.
2021-2022 G6(Grade 6, Rank/Total):1198/12045-Year Average percentile score : 1Poor
    Good    Average    Poor    NA
** Trends for a small school or boards are hard to interpret. Instead of reading the graph, talking to the school is more accurate.
The report card is based on the results for all students at or above the province standard. It doesn't include no data and 'exempt' categories. NA may indicate the number of students participating is fewer than 10.
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