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We are very pleased to inform you that we successfully and safely transitioned to in class learning this past week. Our Mighty Mustangs are amazing! All safety protocols have been reviewed carefully and students have adapted to wearing their masks, practicing hand hygiene and maintaining physical distancing. Teachers are ensuring that mask breaks are provided throughout the day.
We want to start by congratulating and thanking our students, staff and families for their perseverance and resilience over the past six weeks – we have had many accomplishments and for that everyone should be very proud.
We do believe that a return to in-class learning is good news for our school community. Health and safety must continue to ... Continue reading "Weekly Update – February 15-19"
The French department at St. Mary is excited to host a fun-filled week of exciting winter activities to commemorate WINTER CARNIVAL. Le Carnaval de Quebec is one of the world’s largest winter carnivals with a variety of winter activities, food and music. We will be celebrating Carnaval the week of February 8-12. Each day will be designated a different theme. Take note of the various ... Continue reading "Vive le Carnaval"
Please find attached the St. Mary Newsletter.
Our school will be delivering report cards electronically on Tuesday, February 16th (after 12:00 PM) via the Parent Portal.
Parents are encouraged to sign-on to the Parent Portal in advance of February 16th, 2021 to ensure your username and password will allow access.
To access this portal, please visit our school’s website St. Mary Catholic Elementary School – Striving For ... Continue reading "Term 1 Elementary Report Card Distribution Information"
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The new Mathematics Curriculum of Ontario now contains expectations related to coding. There are many reasons why coding is important for our students. To name a few, coding provides an outlet for students to leverage technology to solve relevant problems in their community, a pathway for nurturing digital discipleship, and context for developing various global competencies needed to thrive in the modern workplace.