Once again, St. Mary had a successful Canned Food Drive for the Brockville and Prescott Food Banks. Our community has donated 12487 food items and one reason is the generous support of community partners. We are aware that there are numerous family/community/business supporters (via our student elves 😊) whose generosity goes unnamed. Thank you! However, some of the generous supporters we are aware of and who should be recognized for contributions this, and in past years, include:
Buds on the Bay
Limestone and Ivy
1000 Islands Restaurant
Brent Scott Insurance
Drs. Russ Brown and Cherice Chant
Leading Edge Overhead Doors
Top classes this year are:
Mr. Dave Bolger 5465 points
Ms. Shanna Spencer: 1564.5 points
Mr. Brian Carroll: 1267 points
Team Matt Reil/Becki MacDonald (MEP): 1178
Mrs. Kerry Kargus: 884 points
Did you know that the province of Ontario is experiencing a
shortage of Personal Support Workers?
The CDSBEO Personal Support Worker (PSW) program is
hosting information sessions for the upcoming February- June
2019 program. This full-time accredited program certifies
graduates to work as a PSW in long term care homes,
community agencies, personal residential homes and
Information locations and dates
November 27/18 1:00 – 2:00 St. James Catholic Education Center – Smiths Falls
November 28/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Mary C.H.S. – Brockville
December 3/18 2:00 – 3:00 Cornwall Board Office
December 7/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Joseph – Gananoque
December 10/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Jude – Vankleek Hill
December 12/18 3:00 – 4:00 St. Michael C.H.S. – Kemptville
More information can be found on our website,
www.coned.cdsbeo.on.ca or by contacting Kevin Dionne,
Coordinator of Adult and Continuing Education, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Register now to take your first
step towards a promising health care career.
2018 St. Mary Crusader Spirit Wear Sales Begin!
Student can pickup an online order form by the gym or you can go to the KAHUNAVERSE Link directly: https://stmarychs.itemorder.com/sale
Some important points:
– The online store will only be open until Friday, November 23rd @ 11:59pm
– Clothing can be picked up on Wednesday, December 19th in the St. Mary library between 10:45am – 8:00pm
– In addition to the Online Store, people will be able to purchase Crew Neck Sweatshirts, T-shirts, Lanyards and Athletic Socks (quantities are limited and available on a first come, first served basis)
– Rec Leadership students will be coming around to the beginning of your classes sometime in the next two weeks for a VERY BRIEF announcement (Week 1 – Period 2 OR Week 2 – Period 4)
The Curriculum Department is pleased to share information with you regarding the November 23rd PA Day. The focus for the day is on the “Focusing on the Fundamentals of Math”. This session is for all Elementary, and Secondary educators and it will take place within our school. Please see the attached agenda for an overview of the day.
November 23rd PA Day Agenda (002)
Click here for: HPV Package 2018
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit has created a one page fact sheet about substance abuse for parents and their teens. This is very informative. Supports such as a Mental Health and Addictions nurse can be access through the school.
Drugs – A Topic Worth Talking About Fact Sheet
St. Mary’s student’s are required to have immunizations up to date by the end of January 2019. 🙂
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The uniform shop is closed today due to illness. It will re-open for regular hours next week.