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 http://bit.ly/CDSBEOKindergarten for information on how to register your child. We look forward to welcoming your child to Kindergarten!
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
The agenda for the upcoming PA Day can be accessed at this link:
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!
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 www.girlsinc-uppercanada.org; Call 613-345-3295 Ext. 100; or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Conquer The Unhealthy You KIDS or CTUY KIDS is for kids aged 8-14 years old who are willing to learn better nutrition habits and incorporate more movement into their day with small steps. One of the main goals of CTUY KIDS is to teach ACCOUNTABILITY. The kids will learn what foods are best to choose and how to incorporate them into their day more often. They will also learn the importance of staying active and be given expectations to meet with both food and exercise each week. This is not a competition against each other in the group. It is about seeing that they can do better each day in both areas and maybe even in other areas of life moving forward because of the lessons learned and experienced.
Prescott – Venue TBA
Week 1: Sunday October 13th 9am-10:30am
Week 2: Sunday October 20th 9am-10am
Week 3: Sunday October 27th 9am-10am
Week 4: November 10th 9am-10am
Week 5: November 17th 9am-10am
Week 6: November 24th 9am-10am
If you are interested in registering your child for CTUY KIDS please contact
Patty at email@example.com
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The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario would like to announce our upcoming Personal Support Worker program information sessions. Our next session will begin in September. To register go to www.coned.cdsbeo.on.ca/psw/program-outline/ and link to the PSW program, followed by clicking on Program Outline and Information/Registration Sessions.
Program information sessions are as follows;
Vankleek Hill on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at St. Jude Catholic Elementary School from 3- 4:00 Cornwall on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at Holy Trinity C.S.S from 2- 3:00 Brockville on Thursday, May 16, 2019 at St. Mary C.H.S from 3 – 4:00 Smiths Falls on Friday, May 17, 2019 at St. James Catholic Education Centre from 2- 3:00
Other programs that are offered through the CDSBEO for adult learners include:
Evening Cooperative Education
OYAP (Ontario Youth Apprentice Program) including adult Meat Cutting Program in Cornwall, PLAR (Prior Learning and Assessment), Adult Dual Credits in affiliation with Algonquin College, St. Lawrence College and Loyalist College. Applications are due in May.
Please contact Kevin Dionne, Coordinator of Continuing Education and Experiential Learning for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org