The school is located at 155 Fallingbrook Street in Whitby, Ontario. It officially opened on February 3, 2000 to serve students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade Eight.
Our mascot is the Falcon and at Fallingbrook we read in the Falcon's Nest and play in the Falcon's Lair! Our school colours are Gold and Royal Blue.
Our school is an active place with people working, playing and enjoying all kinds of educational opportunities, athletic activities and extra-curricular events. Those involved in our community include students, parents, teachers, and business partners who are actively engaged in learning and growing. At Fallingbrook, we enjoy learning from each other and we are proud of our school, our achievements. When we build strong relationships between home, school and the community, our students’ lives are enriched. We are constantly striving to ensure a successful future for all of our students.
Fallingbrook is a community school and as a member of this community, you are an integral part of our school! The more you get involved, the more you gain from your school. Besides supporting your children, you can participate in the School Community Council, volunteer as a classroom tutor, help supervise the Kiss 'n Ride or act as a chaperone on field trips. We strongly encourage students and parents to participate in the activities available at our school because when you do, you build special memories that last a lifetime.
"Anything is Possible"
At Fallingbrook Public School, the students, staff and parents work cooperatively to provide a challenging and safe learning environment in which students are encouraged to achieve their maximum potential and develop a positive attitude towards learning. We strive to create an environment in which respect for self and others is shown and where students are valued for their uniqueness.
"Every child has a story"
At Fallingbrook Public School, we recognize that we all have different beginnings and diverse experiences which make us unique and valuable. As we consider the whole child (academic, social, mental, physical and cultural), we strive to understand where our students have been and know where they currently are, in order to successfully help them get to where they need to be.
For specific accessibility inquiries related to your DDSB community school, please contact the school's principal. You may also find information by visiting the Durham District School Board's web page on Accessibility in the DDSB.