D. Roy Kennedy Public School
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|D. Roy Kennedy Public School|
|919 Woodroffe Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario, K2A 3G9, Canada
|School board||Ottawa-Carleton District School Board|
|Superintendent||Peter Gamwell Source|
|Area trustee||Douglas Michael Lloyd Source|
|Vice principal||Marc Laliberté|
|Language||English & French|
|Founded||March 1966 (built 1954)|
|Homepage||D. Roy Kennedy Public School|
D. Roy Kennedy is a public elementary and middle school in the Bay Ward of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, offering classes from kindergarten to grade 8. It is located at the corner of Woodroffe Avenue and Lenester Avenue in Ottawa's Glabar Park neighbourhood.
The school is named after D. Roy Kennedy, who would in later years become a prominent Kiwanian and Ottawa educator.
The school is notable for its music program, and its emphasis on French immersion. It has a notable emphasis as well on academics, having produced the "best speller in Canada", the youngest life master in Bridge, and many other academic programmes.
D. Roy Kennedy School feeds Woodroffe High School.