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Message from the Administration


Welcome to Power Glen School. We are very pleased to be part of this wonderful school community. We welcome to our school our returning families and our new families.

At Power Glen, the dedicated staff is committed to student success by working together to inspire and empower all learners to reach their full potential. We are extremely proud of the programs and services we offer our students, and we encourage you to make the most of your time with us.

Our Student Council helped create our vision which is "At Power Glen, we are committed to creating a SAFE, CARING and INCLUSIVE community where students are engaged, involved and enjoy being at school each day.

There is a strong cooperative relationship that exists between Power Glen School Council and the staff that contribute to a solid foundation in providing a quality education. Also, we are extremely pleased that we are building relationships with the community. These community partners include: Big Marco's, Creative School Images, Real Canadian Superstore, Sound Solutions- Disc Jockey Service, Canadian Tire, The Feathery, Our Mom's Cookies, Swiss Chalet, and Club Roma. We hope to have more community partners in the near future as we "Achieve Success Together."

We hope you enjoy your time visiting our web site. Please do not hesitate to call me at 905-684-7429 if you have questions or would like additional information. We hope that each student will have an enjoyable, rewarding, and positive experience at Power Glen this year and strive to be a student of excellence.

J. Kerr, Principal

O. Dickson, Vice-Principal


Every student wants to be successful. All of the staff at Power Glen are here to help you achieve your goals and your strive to be a student of excellence. Here are some tips to help you achieve success:

  • Come to school every day, after a good night’s sleep and a good breakfast.
  • Arrive at your classes with all the materials you need to participate fully.
  • Be ready to start your lessons on time.
  • Participate in the lesson by helping others in your group, asking or answering
    questions and working on the assignment in front of you.
  • Ask for help right away when you find the lesson difficult and take risks
  • Do your homework or review your work every night in a comfortable, quiet place.
  • Get involved in school activities - choir, sports, clubs, drama, leadership.
  • Volunteer to assist a teacher, the custodian, or the secretary.
  • Tell your family about what you are doing at school.