Learning Resources for Families
The HDSB is providing literacy and mathematics resources for families to support student achievement and enhance learning at home and school.

Literacy and Mathematics Resources

Online COVID-19 School Screening Tool
Students and staff must complete the online COVID-19 School Screening Tool prior to attending school each day.

Complete School Screening Tool

Mental Health &
Well-Being Resources

Mental health and well-being support and resources are available for students and parents/guardians.

Mental Health & Well-Being Resources

Martin Street Public School

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MSPS Families;

Winter Concert and Food Drive: Thanks to our talented students for a great Winter Concert. Our first concert in a few years was a resounding success with many, many parents braving the terrible weather. Thanks also to Mr. Schneider and his team of Martin Street staff members and senior students that helped to make this happen! Donations for our Food Drive can still be dropped off in front of the school office until Tuesday December 20th.

Food Drive Information

Early Dismissal on Thursday December 22nd: School finishes for the Winter Break on Thursday, December 22nd with an early dismissal at 2:05 p.m.. Halton Student Transportation Services (HSTS) will adjust their schedules to accommodate this early dismissal i.e. buses will run 90 minutes earlier than normal. . Students will return on Monday, January 9th, 2023 as usual at 9:15 a.m..

Youth Overcoming Depression and Anxiety: Please see the attached YODA flyer for more information.

YODA General Flyer - Oct 2022.pdf

Winter Fun Week: Next week we will be participating in a number of school wide, winter fun challenges. We will begin each day with a virtual assembly and end each day with a gathering in the gym. Be sure to ask your children about some of the fun challenges they participated in!

French Immersion Registration: The links below provide resources and information that are available to parents related to French Immersion programming in HDSB.

Information for Grade 8 Parents and Guardians: The Ontario government has added a new graduation requirement for all Ontario secondary students which includes the completion of 2 online courses. Students have 4 years to complete this requirement. HDSB has added online BTT1OO (Grade 9 Intro to Information Technology in Business) as an option for the 2023-24 school year. This has been added to an updated Course Selection Sheet on the Student Success website. Please let Mme Dunn (dunnm@hdsb.ca) know if your child would like to take this course instead of the in-person Intro to Information Technology in Business class.

** “Opt Out Forms” will be available to families who do not wish to take any online courses.

Reminder: All course selection sheets are due no later than Thursday, December 22, 2022.

Grade 9 Course Selection : Grade 8 students are asked to return their grade 9 option sheet to their homeroom teacher no later than Thursday, December 22. Your grade 8 child received a Milton District option sheet on November 28th when the highschool visited. Copies of both French Immersion and English track option sheets can be found on your child's Google Classroom. If your child will be leaving the Halton District School Board for grade 9 or if you have any questions, please connect with Mme Dunn (dunnm@hdbs.ca). Visit the Student Success website here for additional information.

Covid Screener: It is important that all of our families complete the screener daily using this link

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!


Once you have confirmed that Martin Street PS is your designated home school, kindly complete the registration form , attach the required documents (as outlined in the link above) and email them directly to Ms. Martalog: martalogl@hdsb.ca

MSPS Masterpieces

Martin Street Public School has been busy this fall! Check out some of the beautiful artwork hanging throughout our halls.