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Story of our School
Lombardy Public School is the one and only public school in South Elmsley Township. 

Lombardy Public School was opened in 1964 when they closed four section schools in the surrounding area. Eric Hutcheson Public School, built in 1954 and consisting of three classrooms, was clustered with Lombardy in 1965.  A gym was added to the school in 1978.  In 1984, Eric Hutcheson was closed and an addition was added to Lombardy.  In 1995, another addition was put on to provide space for all students from Kindergarten to grade eight and to provide the Public Library with dedicated access.

Presently, Lombardy Public School is home to more than 25 staff and 300 students from Kindergarten to Grade 8. Our classrooms are full of modern technology such as iPads, SMART Boards, and laptops. Our shared library or ‘learning commons’ benefits from a partnership with the public library system.  It is equipped with a large screen television,  comfortable seating, and an extensive collection of children and young adult books.
We also believe in outdoor learning. Our Kindergarten students spend extra time outdoors every day. Our four acre school yard is equipped with play structures, soccer fields, a ball diamond and a walking track. 
 We offer regular French programming at Lombardy, wherein students receive 200 minutes of French instruction a week. When students finish grade eight at Lombardy Public School, they attend Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute for grades nine to 12. 

We invite you to come for a visit to learn more about how we can work together to meet the educational goals of your family. 

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