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Contact Information
Office Phone 506-856-3467
Fax 506-856-2113
E-Mail pleshang@nbed.nb.ca
Website web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/claudedtaylor/Pages/default.aspx
Primary Contact Angela Pleshka, Principal, Claude D. Taylor School; Email: pleshang@nbed.nb.ca
Alternate Contact James Trenholm, Vice-Principal, Claude D. Taylor School; Email: james.trenholm@nbed.nb.ca
Description & Services
Cross Reference Anglophone School District - East ; Claude D. Taylor School
Description of service(s) I would like to welcome back all students, parents and staff to an exciting new school year. Claude D Taylor is a community based school with approximately 375 students from Kindergarten to grade 5. We offer Early Immersion beginning in grade 3 and the English Prime programming with Intensive French in grade 5. The school takes pride in offering many opportunities for students to participate in extra curricular programs and clubs. 
The school community strives towards the mission of working as a team to support a high standard of learning. Staff is committed to ensuring all students are given the support and tools they require to meet success. Over the years the school has been fortunate to be supported by numerous volunteers. We would encourage anyone who is interested to get involved. Your involvement will enrich the school community and is greatly appreciated. 
As parental involvement is a key factor in student academic success we strongly encourage you to be actively engaged in your child’s learning. Showing an interest in homework and school progress greatly benefits learning. Please feel free to contact the school to discuss his/her progress throughout the year. 
Angela Pleshka 
- Principal  
Working as a team to support a high standard of learning. 
As a school, we will use common, formative and summative assessments to guide teaching and learning.  
Parents and Community  
Fostering strong partnerships within our CDT community. 
We will teach and model appropriate character traits to help our students become responsible, contributing citizens. 
We will create a safe, positive and inclusive environment which fosters respectful, lifelong learners! 
All children will achieve mastery of the essential learning outcomes with an intrinsic desire to learn more.  
Teams of teachers will create a variety of common formative and summative assessments that can be shared with all teachers involved with the students. 
Students will have opportunities to be accountable for their own learning by setting goals and assessing their own work. 
Parents and Community 
Quality-Our focus is on creating partnerships between teachers, students and parents by striving for active involvement from all. 
Caring-We recognize that support from all partners in education is essential to promote every student’s academic, social and emotional growth. 
Model and praise positive behaviours and interactions 
Teach children to take pride in what they believe in and give their opinions respectfully. 
We will help our students show compassion to all. 
We want our children to choose to do the right thing 
Foster a respect and appreciation of the differences of others through modelling 
Quality-Through collaboration, communication and celebration we will promote student academic and social learning 
Caring-We are committed to modeling, positive interactions by valuing, accepting and respecting everyone. 
As professionals, we will continue to learn and work collaboratively and teach with passion . 
Students will be expected to work to their full potential through: 
Hours 8:00 Supervision Starts 
8:20- Entry Bell 
9:55-10:10 Recess 
11:40-12:25 Lunch 
1:35 K-2 Dismissal 
2:35 Grade 3-5 Dismissal
Dates Program is Offered September - June
Areas Served Riverview
Boundaries Trites Rd from the corner of Traynor and Trites (50 Trites Road), South to 236 Callowhill Rd., Including all streets West of Trites, and those to the East bordered by Lawson Avenue, Excluding 81 Lawson (At Pinder) to Irving Rd., Henderson starting @ 84 Meghan, Aaron, Frost ,Charyl, Holly, Squire, Sydney and Aylssa. Excluding Monarch and Eastgate at Coverdale 
Also Including streets North of Whitepine to Sussex Ave. From corner of Trites to 138 Sussex Avenue, Including Manchester, Dresden, Aberdeen, Belfast, Deerwood, Lansdowne and Buckingham from civics 288 to 308. Excluding: Sussex civics 140 to 178, Ashburn and Baldwin.
Eligibility Grades K - 5
Application Call for application details
Languages English
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Riverview
Address & Map
Claude D. Taylor School
200 Whitepine Rd
Riverview, NB E1B 3L7
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Accessibility Unknown ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Service Categories Elementary Schools

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