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  • From the Principal's desk... Important Information:Please be advised that Martin Street Public School is currently closed as per government orders in response to the emergence of COVID-19 in the province. We are working remotely and staff can be reached by email.  For information on the Ontario school closure, please visit: https://hdsb.ca/students/Pages/Health%20and%20Well-Being/COVID-19.aspx For online learning resources, please visit: https://hdsb.ca/learning-and-resources/Pages/Learning-Outside-Classroom.aspx If you are looking to register your child(ren), please visit: https://hdsb.ca/parents/Pages/Register-My-Child-for-School.aspx While schools are closed, we encourage families to continue to check for updates from us and the HDSB through email (SchoolMessenger ...
    Posted Apr 3, 2020, 8:56 AM by Diane Hurley ‎[Staff]‎
  • From the Principal's desk... Remembrance DayMonday November 11 will be our Remembrance Day Service in the gym, starting at 9:30 A.M. There will be performances by the band and the choir and individual student readings.Book FairThis year our Book Fair will run from November 18 to November 22 in the Library / Learning Commons. All proceeds will go towards adding new reading materials to our library.Photo Re-Take DayThis year photo retake day will occur on Friday November 15.Poinsettias FundraiserOur grade 8 students will be fundraising for their graduation.  These students are the first graduating class at Martin Street and they are very excited to put on a school-wide fundraiser of poinsettias from TERRA Greenhouse ...
    Posted Nov 8, 2019, 6:08 PM by Courtney Coulombe ‎[Staff]‎
  • From the Principal's desk... Staffing UpdateWe are excited to welcome back Ms. Groot-Nibbelink from maternity leave. She will be teaching Core French once again this year. Thank you and best wishes to Mlle. Becker for filling in so admirably this September and October. We wish her the best in her teaching career!Pumpkin PatchThe Pumpkin Patch has been a great tradition here at Martin Street. Students and their families are invited to bring decorated/carved pumpkins in to the school gym between 8:00 and 9:00 am on Thursday, October 31st. Throughout the day students will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite pumpkin in a variety of categories... the funniest, biggest, coolest, etc. At 1:55 students will ...
    Posted Oct 25, 2019, 4:20 PM by Courtney Coulombe ‎[Staff]‎
  • From the Principal's desk... October 21st Federal Election Our school has been chosen as a polling site for the October 21st Federal Election. As per past practice, our gym has been booked for the entire day and evening. There will be a uniformed security guard from Neptune Security on site from 8am until 4 pm to maintain the separation of students and voters.Gifted Testing for Grade 4During the period of October 21-30, all grade 4 students will under go a test for Giftedness, the CCAT - Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test.Picture DayThis year our school photo day will be on October 22, Re-take day is November 15.Grade 7 to the Career CentreBetween October 22-24, all grade 7 ...
    Posted Oct 25, 2019, 4:21 PM by Courtney Coulombe ‎[Staff]‎
  • End of September update October 21st Federal Election Our school has been chosen as a polling site for the October 21st Federal Election. As per past practice, our gym has been booked for the entire day and evening. There will be a uniformed security guard from Neptune Security on site from 8am until 4 pm to maintain the separation of students and voters.Martin Street Spirit WearMartin Street Spirit Wear has gone on sale and will be available until October 4th! Please use the following link should you choose to purchase spirit wear for your child/children:  https://www.schoolwear.ca/msp/Library BooksThis past summer Martin Street School provided students the opportunity to sign out library books for the summer. So ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2019, 4:33 PM by Courtney Coulombe ‎[Staff]‎
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