26 Price's Ave.
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
Tel: (709) 489-2127
Fax: (709) 489-8491
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English School District
central Regional Office
203 Elizabeth Drive
Gander, NL A1V 1H6
Tel: (709) 256-2547
Fax: (709) 651-3044
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Regional Zone: central
Trustee Zone: 0
Grade Level: Grade 4 - Grade 6
Dept ID: 144
Dismissal Time: 2:20PM
Accessible School: YES
French Immersion: YES
Assistant Principal: penny thistle
Secretary(s): Roxanne Rowsell
Guidance: Jared Hogg
If no bus route document is available above, please contact the school or your regional office.
For any student transportation related inquiries, requests, concerns or to report an incident, please complete the following Student Transportation Form and a District Representative will get back to you as soon as possible.
For more information please refer to the Student Transportation page.
The English School District offers a variety of French programs to help students achieve the ability to know a second language. These programs range from common classroom french classes to full French immersion. To learn more on what we offer, please select one of the following:
- Early French Immersion (EFI) Program
- Intensive Core French (ICF)
- Late French Immersion (LFI)
- French Language Programs (Dept. of Education)
- Canadian Parents for French
- District French Immersion School Directory
- Early French Immersion School Feeder System
- Late French Immersion School Feeder System
Sprucewood Academy in Grand Falls-Windsor was one of a number of school who participated in the annual Rooting for Health celebration, marking Nutrition Month and Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month. The event, which is a partnership between Kids Eat Smart, the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Agriculture, the School Milk Foundation, the Egg Farmers of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Agriculture in the Classroom, brings together local farmers, chefs, volunteers and families to demonstrate what's involved in getting food on the plate.The local newspaper, the Advertiser, attended the event at Sprucewood and spoke with a number of students to find out what they liked and what they learned.
The Advertiser (March 15, 2018) - view full story HERE.