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Organization: Ernest C Drury School for the Deaf  
Phone Numbers: 905-878-2851
TTY: 905-878-7195
Fax: Elementary School: 905-878-9261
Secondary School: 905-878-9390
Website: psbnet.ca/eng/schools/ecd/index.html
Address:
255 Ontario St S
Milton, ON
L9T 2M5
Intersection: Ontario St and Main St E
Location: Milton (Timberlea)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: June Rogers - Executive Director
Provinicial and Demonstration Schools Branch, Ministry of Education
905-878-2851 ext 214 * june.rogers@ontario.ca
Jeanne Leonard - Superintendent
Provincial and Demonstration Schools Branch
905-878-2851 ext 213 * Jeanne.Leonard@ontario.ca
Public Contacts: Heather Gibson - Principal
E.C. Drury Elementary School for the Deaf
Heather.Gibson@ontario.ca
Arnold Potma - Principal
E.C. Drury Secondary School for the Deaf
Arnold.Potma@ontario.ca
Service Description: Services include:
  • elementary program - JK to Grade 8 * American Sign Language (ASL) is taught through the ASL curriculum
  • secondary program - Grades 9-12 - includes basic, general, and advanced level courses, technical/vocational programs, extensive co-operative education and work experience programs
  • also offers Life Skills program * students are taught independent living skills and vocational preparation
  • Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) program is also offered by the school
  • Spoken English program * this program involves speechreading, auditory training, and oral language development

Resource Services Program provides:
  • preschool services for children who are deaf and hard of hearing and their families
  • teacher training and consultation services to district school boards for students who are deaf and hard of hearing

School and Resource Services provides education services for deaf and hard of hearing children from the age of diagnosis through to high school graduation * also provides education for parents of deaf and hard of hearing children and consultation services to school boards educating students who are deaf and hard of hearing

Fees: None
Application: Call for information
Eligibility / Target Population: Deaf and hard of hearing children school-aged and their families
Languages: English * American Sign Language (ASL)
Area Served:
Algoma, Barrie & Area, Bolton Caledon, Bramalea, Brampton, Brant, Burlington, Cambridge–North Dumfries, Chatham – Kent, City of Thunder Bay, Cochrane, Collingwood & Area, District of Kenora, District of Rainy River, District of Thunder Bay, Dufferin, Durham North East, Durham West, East Mississauga, East York, Elgin, Etobicoke, Grey and Bruce, Guelph–Puslinch, Haldimand Norfolk, Haliburton County and City of Kawartha Lakes, Halton Hills, Hamilton, Huron and Perth, James and Hudson Bay Coast, Kingston, Kitchener–Waterloo–Wellesley–Wilmot–Woolwich, Lanark, Leeds & Grenville, London and Middlesex, Midland, Penetanguishene & Area, Milton, Muskoka, Niagara, Niagara North West, Nipissing–Temiskaming, North Etobicoke, Malton, West Woodbridge, North Lanark/North Grenville, North West Mississauga, North York, Northern, Northumberland County, Oakville, Orillia & Area, Ottawa, Oxford and Norfolk, Peterborough City and County, Prescott/Russell, Quinte, Renfrew County, Rural Frontenac, Lennox & Addington, Rural Hastings, Sarnia – Lambton, Scarborough, Scarborough North, Scarborough South, South Etobicoke, South Simcoe, South West Mississauga, Stormont/Dundas/Glengarry, Sudbury–Manitoulin–Parry Sound, Toronto, Wellington, Windsor – Essex, York - Toronto, York Region  
See Also: Deafness and Impaired Hearing
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This information was last completely updated on October 3, 2018

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"About Us"
Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf is committed to providing our students educational and residential programs that are rich with opportunities to acquire and develop language, literacy, numeracy and inquiry skills in American Sign Language (ASL) and English in a diverse, multiculturally- enriched learning environment