Welcome to King George VI Public School

King George VI Public School is a Kindergarten to Grade 6 community school nestled in the heart of Lakeside in Kenora. Our caring and dedicated staff welcome our students, ensuring they are safe, cared for and ready to learn on a daily basis.

We offer high quality programming options to our students, which include our popular Athletic and Recreation program, Primary Cross Country Skiing, Swim Lessons, Robotics as well as our Kindergarten programs with specialized Kindergarten teachers and certified Early Childhood Educators who are experts in early childhood development, and much more. We also have our Kindergarten playground area which is designed specifically for the safety and learning of our four and five year olds and is completely accessible.

We are also extremely proud of the Special Education services we provide for students with special needs. Our state of the art therapy room provides space for our caring and empathetic staff to support our Special Education students by promoting life skills, gross motor therapy and communication supports.

King George has an active Parent Council who dedicate their time to supporting our students and we can’t thank them enough for all that they do. Find out more about King George by giving us a call or stop by anytime, we’d love to show you around!

Our Awesome Programs!

A group of four students on the curling rink

Athletic & Recreation Program

King George offers a unique and challenging Athletic and Recreational Program for students. In addition to academic programming, students participate in cycles of a variety of sports such as skating, cross fit, dance, yoga, cross-country skiing, bowling, baseball, fitness classes, tennis, and court sports.

What we like to do in Kindergarten


Sneak Peek at Kindergarten


Full-Day Kindergarten


Child Care

For a complete list of current child care offerings and rates at our school, please visit the Child Care Programs page on kpdsb.ca

Kindergarten Outside

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OPHEA Healthy Schools

This program recognizes and celebrates school communities for promoting and enhancing the health and well-being of students, school staff, and the broader community through a variety of activities and initiatives. We are very proud to be the first school board in Ontario to register all of our schools for OPHEA’s Healthy Schools Certification.
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Eye See... Eye Learn

This is a not-for-profit program designed to detect, diagnose and treat children with vision problems when they begin Junior Kindergarten (Year 1), so that every child can see and learn to the best of his/her ability. Local Doctors of Optometry provide OHIP-insured eye exams, and if prescribed, the child receives a free pair of eyeglasses donated by the program’s eyewear partners.
A group of Summer Program learners gathers near the shore.

Summer Learning Program

With a focus on outdoor learning in a fun and active environment, our Summer Learning Program continues to be popular with families. Students in the program will build on their existing literacy and numeracy skills, as well as other important learning skills, while playing fun games and participating in different activities during the three week program. The programs are free to families (healthy snacks and lunches are provided each day) and run by qualified teachers. The Summer Learning Programs offer a great opportunity for students to maintain, or even improve, their literacy and numeracy achievement, and the best part is that the children are having so much fun, they often don’t even realize they are learning!
A picture of the classroom cross country ski set

Cross Country Skiing

Our ideal location on Lawrence’s Creek allows us a beautiful landscape to take our students out cross country skiing throughout the winter months. Not only is this excellent exercise but it helps create a love of the outdoors for years to come! All grades are able to participate in this wonderful activity.

A pair of students poses for a photo at the swimming pool

Swimming Lessons

We offer swim lessons to all students from grades JK-6. This program is ran through the Kenora Recreation Centre and happens in two week intervals throughout the school year. Because of our geographical location of being surrounded by water we are pleased to offer this program to all of our students.

A group of hands together showing off their handmade friendship bracelets

Native Second Language

We offer Native second language in Ojibwe as an option to families of students in grades 4, 5, and 6. Our teacher Mrs. Derouard is able to share her own learnings with the students as they develop their Ojibwe speaking and learning of the variety of indigenous cultures in our area.

Students gather for a Festival du Voyageur event

French as a Second Language

We offer French as a second language to students in grades 4, 5, and 6. Our teacher M. Mathieu helps students learn this second language through gestures while building up their language skills in communicating with them in French throughout their French learning block.

The choir performs at King George

Primary Choir

Students are able to come together to share their love of music in our Primary Choir that is ran by Mr. Kaldeway on the piano. This is a time for students to play small instruments such as bells, shakers and more while singing along to some of their favourite songs.


Let’s get your child signed up for Kindergarten at KP today!

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We’d love to hear from you!

Lindsay Young, Principal

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Kenora - Head Office

4th Floor - 240 Veterans Dr

Kenora, Ontario P9N 3Y5

Phone: (807) 468-5571

Fax: (807) 468-3857

Toll Free: 1-877-275-7771

Dryden Office

79 Casimir Ave

Dryden, Ontario P8N 2Z6

Phone: (807) 223-5311

Fax: (807) 223-4703

Toll Free: 1-877-287-5430