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Student Usernames and Passwords

Dear Parents & Guardians:
Teachers have sent out usernames and passwords for students this week by email. Students will need this information to access TEAMS, the online platform for the delivery of the “Learn from Home” program. If you haven’t received anything, please reach out to your child’s teacher. Teacher email addresses are available on the school website:

Furthermore, if you would like to ensure that the school has your up-to-date email information, please send an email to Mrs. Deschamps: Thank you!


Parent Contact Information

All parents should be receiving email updates through School Messenger, from the school board, with regards to “Learning at Home” for their children. If you are not receiving emails, then your information may not be on file or it may not be correct. Please email Mrs. Deschamps with up-to-date email information if you are not receiving emails:

To contact your child’s teacher, please go to the Our Staff page for email information.

Phase 2 – Learn at Home

Dear Families,
With the extension of school closures until May 4, 2020, we are now moving forward, as of April 6th, with Phase 2 of the Ministry of Education’s plan for ongoing distance learning – Learn at Home.
Students can access their school’s online learning portal through Many students will know their username and password as it is the same as what they have used to login on school devices.
If you experience any issues logging into a device or require your login credentials, please contact our support team:
By email: (Please ensure you provide student name, grade and school)
By phone: 613-258-7757 or 1-800-443-4562, press 3 for ICT Support. If your call is not answered immediately, please leave a detailed voice message including your name and phone number and an ICT support technician will respond to you as soon as possible. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.
Please read the Update to CDSBEO Families – Phase 2 Learn at Home for more information.

Microsoft Office 365

The TEAMS software, which is a Microsoft Office application, will be our online platform for delivering the Phase 2 Learn at Home program for all St. Mark students. Students each have a login and password which can be acquired from your child’s homeroom teacher.

To access TEAMS, please use the following instructions to access Microsoft Office 365 and use your child’s login to sign in. Once logged in, you can use the online platform, or you have the option to “Install Office” which will install the applications on your home device.

Click here for instructions: How to Access Office365

Update for CDSBEO Families

Dear CDSBEO families,
On March 31st, the Ministry of Education officially announced that all publicly funded schools in Ontario, including those in the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario, will
remain closed until May 4, 2020, to further prevent the spread of COVID-19. At this time, we do not know if further extensions will be announced but commit to keeping you
updated as new information becomes available.

The Ministry of Education also announced it is entering phase two of its Learn at Home strategy to support the continuity of learning. School boards expect to receive details and direction from the ministry later today, and we will take time and care to review the at-home learning plan we are developing to ensure alignment. We expect to share details with you very soon. Our plan will outline how your child’s educator will deliver curriculum remotely, include expectations for students, and provide an overview of how we plan to ensure equitable access to learning during the closure.

Thank you for your patience as we navigate this new way of learning during these unprecedented times. Please continue to check for the most up-to-date
information, including supplementary online learning resources, and links to other official information channels, as well as regularly updated Frequently Asked Questions.

Kindergarten Registration Week – January 13-17, 2020

St. Mark Catholic School is now accepting new student registrations for September 2020! We invite parents to call the school to make an appointment to visit during Kindergarten Registration Week, which takes place January 13-17, or drop in during our Kindergarten Registration Open House on Tuesday, January 14th from 4:30 to 5:30pm. Please visit the CDSBEO registration page at for information on how to register your child. We look forward to welcoming your child to Kindergarten!

Christmas Concert

We are delighted to present our Christmas Concert on Wednesday, December 11th at 6pm. Parents and families are invited to attend to hear classes sing songs and present Christmas plays. Please see the list below for the classes who are participating:

  • Grade 1/2 – Mrs. O’Keefe
  • Grade 2 and 2/3 – M. Decoste
  • Grade 3/4 – Mrs. McDonald
  • Grade 3/4 – Mrs. Garlough
  • Grade 4/5 – Mme. Lepies
  • Grade 5 – Mrs. Goulet
  • Grade 5/6 – Mme. MacDonald
  • Grade 6 – Mr. Koekkoek

PA Day November 29 – Agenda

The agenda for the upcoming PA Day can be accessed at this link:

PA Day Agenda – Nov 29 2019


Snowsuit and Boot Drive: Nov. 2 to Dec. 7

Parents of St. Mark School community, please check your closets for snowsuits, coats, boots, mittens/gloves, scarves, and hats/tuques that are still in good shape, but you no longer need. (Don’t worry about cleaning them – this will be done.)  Students can bring them in a bag on the school bus and grade 5 students will come around each day to collect them at each classroom.  The Family and Children’s Services of Brockville will give them to community members who need them.  Thank you for helping to ensure that everyone keeps warm this winter season!

Fall P.A. Day Programs – Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. will be offering Fall P.A. Day programs on October 25th and November 29th at St. Michael Catholic High School.

  • Fun Team Building Challenges
  • Strong, Smart and Bold Games
  • Outdoor Exploration

To register, visit the website; Call 613-345-3295 Ext. 100; or Email

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