J.H. Putman Public School

J. H. Putman Public School is a middle school located in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario.This school offers students a choice of English (with Core French) and French immersion programs as well as specialized instrumental music, visual arts and sports. The school offers Special Education and English Language Support, and houses a system Behaviour Intervention Program (BIP) formerly SSU classroom.J. H. Putman was officially opened on October 19, 1961 by Major-General Georges Vanier, Governor-General of Canada. The school is named after the Chief Inspector of Ottawa Public Schools, the late Dr. J. H. Putman, whose recommendations led to the introduction of intermediate schools in Ottawa in 1929.J.H. Putman has an enrollment of approximately 300 students in grades 6-8, drawing students mainly from Agincourt and Woodroffe Avenue Public Schools. Students come from varied ethnic backgrounds and many speak a third language.Graduating grade 8 students attend a number of high schools including Woodroffe High School, Nepean High School, Glebe Collegiate Institute, Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School and Canterbury High School. Brooke Field High School

J.H. Putman Public School

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