A Markham elementary school principal has apologized for her "discriminatory" social media posts and says she pledges to learn from her actions and create an "open and inclusive" school community.

In September, the York Region District School Board said it was investigating after being notified about anti-Muslim postings on the Facebook page of Ghada Sadaka, a principal at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Public School.

After months of silence, Sadaka's apology was posted on the school board's website Thursday, under the weekly message from director J. Philip Parappally.

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