School News & Announcements

Weekly Update:March 1st-5th

posted by Chris Risto

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Monday, March 1st -Friday, March 5th


In this issue
Prayer 

Lenten Message

Grade 2 Sacraments

Week at a Glance  

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Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

      OCSB Parent Portal


 #OCSB How to Locate, Register and Access your   child's Report Card



Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


   Virtual Academy

     Virtual Program



Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




A Prayer for the Lenten Season

God, 

Please grant me a new freedom. A freedom to reject comparison to others and embrace what makes me special and unique. A freedom to avoid greed and share love and compassionA freedom to abstain from indulgence and develop more self-control. 


A freedom to become less selfish and to focus on the needs of others in my community. God, we thank you for the freedom you bring, during Lent and always. 

    Amen.



Lenten Message

         This year our STM Wolfpack Lenten Project will focus on acts of compassion in our community during the pandemic. We will continue to support families in need in our own communities through the Catholic Education Foundation of Ottawa (CEFO).   During Lent, our school will be having special theme days where students can participate in and show school spirit and an awareness of contributing to the common good. More information will come out closer to the dates on the theme for each spirit day. Any donation is welcomed by our Wolfpack community. Shortly you will be emailed our CEFO donation via School Cash Online. Thank you in advance for all your generosity in support of CEFO


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Grade 2 Sacraments 

          Dear Grade 2 Wolfpack families and students that did not receive their sacraments last year. On behalf of The St. Bernard Sacramental Team, we would like to inform you that we are beginning preparations to hopefully offer the sacraments of  Reconciliation and First Communion to all students at St. Thomas More who may be interested in the coming months.

Please see the 2021 Reconciliation   and  First Communion Information sheet      and Registration Form .

For those students that register, a copy of the “We share the Eucharist” workbook will be provided to your child’s classroom teacher to help prepare our students for the sacraments. 

Hopefully an idea of how we can proceed during this difficult time of Covid 19 will happen shortly. As soon as we have a clearer picture of timelines and numbers, the information will be placed on the St.Bernard Parish  website and we will gladly share this with all parents and schools through personal emails provided on registration forms. The deadline to register is set for Friday March 26th.

We thank you all in advance for helping us in this endeavour!

God Bless!

St. Bernard's Sacramental Team
Pastor Father Eslin Pereira, cmf
Shannon Corrigan, Mary Nader, Joan Gray


Week at a Glance 

Monday, March 1st

  • 8:30am-2:30pm El-Kabbouchi ‘s Grade 6 Milestone photos. Gowns will be provided for student photos. Grade 6 students are asked to wear their own white shirt. (There will be a rotation of gowns for students that will be microbaned and steamed for each grade 6 student photo) 

  • 3:30pm-6:00pm Grade 6 Virtual Students 

Tuesday, March 2nd

  • McCarthy /Ross’s Grade 6 Milestone photos. Gowns will be provided for student photos. Grade 6 students are asked to wear their own white shirt. (There will be a rotation of gowns for students that will be microbaned and steamed for each grade 6 student photo) 

Wednesday, March 3rd

  • 8:30am-2:30pm -Kindergarten - Grade 5 

Thursday, March 4th

  • 8:30am-2:30pm - Kindergarten- Grade 5 

Friday, March 5th

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School Council Corner   

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                         FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                           Next meeting:  April 14th,  2021 

CSC 6:30pm  Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!


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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Update:Feb.22nd-Feb.26th

posted Feb 19, 2021, 8:02 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, February 22nd -Friday, February 26th


In this issue
Prayer 

School Photo Update

Week at a Glance  

FSL Pathway Selections for Gr. 3 and Gr. 6 

St.Patrick High School Program Information 



Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

      OCSB Parent Portal


 #OCSB How to Locate, Register and Access your   child's Report Card



Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


   Virtual Academy

     Virtual Program



Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 





 


Loving God, Help us to focus on what we have not on what is removed or changed. Strengthen us when we feel discouraged or overwhelmed. Embrace us so that we know your loving presence within us and among us. Walk with us as we bring your love, and carry your  light, into our world.   Amen.


School Photo Update

        Dear Wolfpack families, we are happy to announce that we will be offering individual school photos for our students at St.Thomas More during the week of March 1st. Please mark your calendars as our STM Virtual Academy students will also have the opportunity to have their photo taken by appointment only  on designated days, during the first week of March. Virtual families please see our booking forms below.


Due to OPH guidelines we will not be having class photos or sibling photos. Individual photos will be taken one class at a time to ensure there is no crossover between class cohorts. We have transition timing in place to ensure that all areas are sanitized after each photo session. The photographer will have also completed the OPH screening tool prior to entering school and will be wearing a medical mask and face shield. The photographer will also remain 2 metres away from the student at all times while taking the photo. Markers will be placed on the floor to ensure appropriate physical distancing (2 m) between students while they wait their turn. Here is a short video outlining the safety precautions  for school photos. All photos will be taken in the Front Foyer. If you have any concerns or need clarification on our safety procedures please contact the school. Payment for school photos will be done online. We will be sending all families instructions on how to make payment for school photos during the week of March 1st. Below you will see our School Photo Schedule

Picture Week Schedule 

Monday, March 1st-  8:30am-2:30pm -El-Kabbouchi ‘s Grade 6 Milestone photos. Gowns will be provided for student photos. Grade 6 students are asked to wear their own white shirt. (There will be a rotation of gowns for students that will be microbaned and steamed for each grade 6 student photo) 

Monday, March 1st.(3:30pm-6:00pm)- Grade 6 Virtual Students, Milestone photos by appointment only- Grade 6 Virtual Students- Please complete this form to book your school photo Don’t forget to wear your white shirt the day of your photo.

Tuesday, March 2nd- (8:30am-2:30pm)-McCarthy /Ross’s Grade 6 Milestone photos. Gowns will be provided for student photos. Grade 6 students are asked to wear their own white shirt. (There will be a rotation of gowns for students that will be microbaned and steamed for each grade 6 student photo) 

Wednesday, March 3rd  - 8:30am-2:30pm -Kindergarten - Grade 5 

Thursday, March 4th -8:30am-2:30pm - Kindergarten - Grade 5 

Friday, March 5th -(9:30am-1:00pm) -Kindergarten- Grade 5 STM Virtual  Students school photos by appointment only. Please complete this K-Gr. 5 Virtual Student School Photo form

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FSL Pathway Selections for Grade 3 and Grade 6 Parents

Reminder to our Grade 3 and Grade 6 families to complete your French as a Second Language selection for next year’s French programming. All FSL selections are due on February 26th. 

 Grade 3 FSL pathway selection form

Grade 6 FSL pathway selection Form



Week at a Glance 

Monday, February 22nd

  • Black History Month-to view ongoing classroom activities please follow us @ThomasMoreOCSB 

  • #ocsbSTEAM week

Tuesday, February 23rd

  • #ocsbSTEAM week

Wednesday, February  24th

  • #ocsbSTEAM week

Thursday, February  25th

  • Last day to register for Virtual Academy ocsb.ca

  • #ocsbSTEAM week

Friday, February 26th

  • Grade 3 Parents-  FSL pathway selections due

  • Grade 6 Parents-  FSL pathway selections due

  • #ocsbSTEAM week



St.Patrick High School Program Information 


Dear Grade 6 Parents/Guardians,


We are very excited to launch our Program Information website today!


This website will also be featured on our regular school website.


We have worked hard to make this site as comprehensive as possible. This will be your guide for program planning, pathways and course selections for next year. There is information included about our school, student support, our intermediate and high school panels, as well as the courses that are offered from each department. Links to myBluePrint are also included. For our students entering grades 9-12, myBluePrint course selections are due Friday March 5, 2021.


This information is important for both in-person and virtual students.


You will find the following:

  • About our school: including a new 3D virtual tour, Chaplaincy and student support opportunities

  • Intermediate: including a sample timetable, grade 7/8 video, activities to try and our extra-curricular activities

  • High School: everything you need to know for course selections - programs, pathways, department course offerings, new courses, access to myBluePrint, etc. Please watch the important slide shows with details about graduation requirements and what you need to do to make your course selections for next year.


In addition, there are many exciting events happening this month - February is very busy!


We want to remind you about the Pop-Up Rapid Testing clinic being hosted at our school on February 20/21. Information was sent home on Friday February 12 and it can also be found on our website.


Our school board has sent out information about the Virtual Academy for the 2021-2022 school year. Please do read through it carefully. Any families who would like to register for the Virtual Academy for next year must do so by the deadline of February 25. 


February is Black History Month. We have been celebrating with prayers, inspirational quotes, displays, and lessons in many classes. We are preparing for our annual Black History Month show as well. Our school community, school board and our wider world provide us with so many opportunities to listen, learn and celebrate!


School Mental Health Ontario has provided excellent resources to us as we navigate through all of the challenges from this past year. As you may have seen in previous communications, many of their resources are also designed for parents and families. Please visit SMHO COVID-19 resources for more information. Do not hesitate to reach out to us at school if there is something we can help with.


We are delighted that Ottawa Public Health has made many of their resources, including the required daily COVID screening, available in several languages - and Arabic has recently been added. Please visit OPH Multilingual resources for further information. This link is also on our school website.


From February 22-26, the Ottawa Catholic School Board will celebrate STEAM week. This is an opportunity for our students to take part in activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. There will also be a virtual Career Fair for our grade 10/11 students. There is also an exciting webinar for parents and educators to attend on Wednesday, February 24 at 7 pm with guest Jon Callegher from JobTalks.ca.  He will be speaking about 5 Great Reasons for a Career in the Trades.  The session will be recorded.  Please click HERE for the registration link.


Finally, we have our next School (Parent) Council meeting coming up on Monday February 22 at 4pm. The meeting will be held virtually. Information and the link will be posted on our school website in the parent section on Monday February 22. Everyone is welcome!


Thank you for being such exceptional partners as we move forward together during this school year. We really do appreciate everything you do to support your children and our school. 


Sincerely,


Carrie-Lynn Bowie

Principal, St. Patrick’s High School



School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                         FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                           Next meeting:  April 14th,  2021 

CSC 6:30pm  Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!


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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Memo: Feb. 15th-19th

posted Feb 12, 2021, 11:17 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, February 15th-Friday, February 19th


In this issue

Prayer

       Week at a Glance

Term 1 Report Cards

OPH-Rapid testing

Ash Wednesday

FSL Pathway Forms

March Break Postponed

School Council Corner


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

OCSB Parent Portal


 #OCSB How to Locate, Register and Access your child's Report Card


Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




  A Valentine’s Day Prayer

 

I said a Valentine prayer for you and asked the Lord above to fill your heart and bless your soul With the precious gift of love.

 I asked Him for sincere love. The kind that's meant to stay Just like the generous love You give to those you touch each day.

His love that knows no end. 

Amen         

                                                                             



Jen Norton, Artist


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Week at a Glance

Monday, February 15th

  •  Family Day- no school for all students

Tuesday, February 16th

  • Black History Month-to view ongoing classroom activities please follow us @ThomasMoreOCSB

Wednesday, February  17th

Thursday, February  18th

Friday, February 19th


Saturday, February 20th

  • Rapid Testing Clinic details: When: Saturday February 20th

  • Where: St. Patrick’s High School 2525 Alta Vista Drive

  • Testing will be in the Gym. Please enter through the gym door from the parking lot. Parking is available on the South side of the school, off of Alta Vista Dr.

  • 9 am to 9: 30 am -Staff of St.Thomas More and their families

  • 9:30 am to 3:30 pm-All St.Thomas More students, staff and their families 

Sunday, February 21st

  • Rapid Testing Clinic details: When: Sunday, February 21st

  • Where: St. Patrick’s High School 2525 Alta Vista Drive

  • Testing will be in the Gym. Please enter through the gym door from the parking lot. Parking is available on the South side of the school, off of Alta Vista Dr.

  • 8:30 am to 9 am- Staff of St.Thomas More and their families

  • 9 am to 3 pm- All St.Thomas More students, staff and their families

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Term 1 Report Cards 

         Dear Wolfpack families, report cards for your children will be available for viewing on February 18th. Please access your child’s report card using the OCSB Parent Portal. Here is a short video of instructions #OCSB How to Locate, Register and Access your child's Report Card.

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Dear Wolfpack Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, please see the message from our Ottawa Public Health Unit

Ottawa Public Health (OPH), in collaboration with CHEO and local health care partners, is running a COVID-19 rapid testing clinic for students, staff, and their families from your school.

Rapid Testing Clinic details: When: Saturday February 20

9 am to 9: 30 am -Staff of St.Thomas More and their families
9:30 am to 3:30 pm-All St.Thomas More students, staff and their families 

Sunday February 21

8:30 am to 9 am- Staff of St.Thomas More and their families
9 am to 3 pm- All St.Thomas More students, staff and their families

Where: St. Patrick’s High School 2525 Alta Vista Dr, Ottawa, ON K1V 7T3

Testing will be in the Gym. Please enter through the gym door from the parking lot. Parking is available on the South side of the school, off of Alta Vista Dr.

Who can go?

Testing is for everyone in your family or household; those with or without symptoms of COVID-19, and those who have or have not been exposed to COVID-19.

Why is it important?

Identifying people with COVID-19 will help to prevent spread at home and in our community and keep our classes and schools open. The risk of getting COVID-19 by going to a testing site is very low. OPH, CHEO and our health partners have many precautions put in place to reduce this risk.

How does it work?

The test for people without any symptoms will be a rapid test, which is similar to the lab-based test, but less invasive and gives results on the same day. You will be asked to go home after your test. If your test result is positive, you and your household/family members will be asked to return for a lab-based test to confirm the rapid test result, and will need to isolate at home until the lab-based test results are known or for up to 10 days if you choose to not have a lab-based test. If your rapid antigen test result is negative, you will not be called.

The test for people with symptoms of COVID-19 and/or who have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19 will be the rapid test along with the lab-based test. Individuals will also need to isolate at home. Further instructions will be provided to you at the time of testing.

Mobile Rapid Testing -FAQs 

OPH Message French Translation

OPH Message Somali Translation

OPH Message Arabic Translation

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Ash Wednesday 

Dear Wolfpack families, Ash Wednesday begins the forty day season of Lent that leads to Easter. This coming Ash Wednesday, we come together to remind ourselves that we don’

t always follow God’s ways and need to ask God for His mercy and forgiveness. Like God’s people in the time of the prophets, we wear ashes to show that we want to turn away from whatever keeps us from God, and to have a change of heart, so that we can live in the right relationship with God and each other. For Catholics, Ash Wednesday is also a day of fasting and abstaining from meat. Fasting reminds us that food alone cannot make us happy. We must also be fed with prayer, with God’s Word and by meeting Jesus in the Sacraments, especially Reconciliation and Eucharist. The small sacrifices we make during Lent make room in our hearts to welcome the risen Jesus at Easter. Please take some time to talk with your children about the meaning of Lent and discuss together what could be a meaningful sacrifice for this time. In this pandemic time we will fast from Ashes this year. As we will forgo the physical distribution of Ashes we continue to  mark this important day in the life of our faith. Virtual Liturgies will be held in the classrooms for our students and staff.

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French as a Second Language FSL pathway selection for Grade 3 and      Grade 6 Parents

        In February comes the time for parents of Grades 3 and 6 students to select the FSL pathway that they feel would best meet their child’s needs for Grade 4 and Grade 7.  Usually, information is sent to parents in the first term Report Card envelope. Grade 3 and Grade 6 Parents will receive an email from St.Thomas More school on February 18th . You will be asked to complete your FSL pathway selection for your child by February 26th.  

 
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The Ministry of Education has postponed March Break until April in an effort to mitigate transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The new dates are April 12-16, 2021.


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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                        FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                Next meeting:  February 17th,  2021 

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meet link 

CSC Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!



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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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STM Weekly Memo:February 8th - February 12th

posted Feb 5, 2021, 12:22 PM by Teri Shurb

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Monday, February 1st -Friday, February 5th


In this issue:

Prayer

Principal Message

Week at a Glance

      School Council Corner

     


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Let us pray:                             

God of Love, peace, and unity, we thank you for welcoming us all just as we are; for making us equal as your children from all corners of the earth; and for giving us your blessings as your children; and making us belong. 

We pray that you help us realize that we are all made in your image, and we need to bring peace to all your creation as one people who belong to you. We ask this in your Holy name. Amen

                                                             

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Principal Message

   

Dear Wolfpack, I want you all to know that we had a very smooth return to in-person learning this past week that included snowshoeing for our students and lots of outdoor winter play. Our wolves have also started their ‘Brave’ self-awareness conversations on Anti-racism in support of Black History month. Don’t forget to follow us @ThomasMoreOCSB to get a glimpse of all the learnings taking place at STM. 


Next week teachers will be sending parents sledding permission slips for our students to use ‘Crazy Carpets’ during their outdoor Physical Education times  only.


This year we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day by wearing pink/red on Friday, February 12th. We will not be allowed to bring in any items or have any card exchanges as per OPH  guidelines. Our teachers are coming up with some creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s day in their classrooms.

Thank you to all of our families and students for continuing to keep our school safe. A special thank you to all of our grade 1-3 students for adapting so quickly to wearing their masks at school. It is recommended for your child to bring a spare mask just in case the one they are wearing gets wet from playing outside.  At STM our staff know that there will be different levels of anxiety among students, staff and parents. Rest assured that everyone is doing  their part by following the guidelines from OPH. Thank you  parents and staff for being that calming presence for our students.

Please continue to use the OPH’s daily screening tool each and every morning for your children. The screening tool will inform you if your children are well enough to be in school. We will be following the same OPH protocols outlined in the screening tool in the event that we need to contact parents if a student presents with COVID symptoms. We will continue to monitor runny noses due to cold weather recesses before making any calls to parents. 

Yours in Education,

Chris Risto

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 Week at a Glance

Monday, February 8th

  •  Black History Month -ongoing classroom activities 

Tuesday, February 9th

  • Black History Month-ongoing classroom activities 

Wednesday, February  10th

  • Black History Month -ongoing classroom activities 

Thursday, February  11th

  • Black History Month- ongoing classroom activities 

Friday, February 12th

  • Black History Month ongoing classroom activities 

  • Don’t forget to dress in Pink or  Red  

  • Have a lovely long Valentine’s day Weekend celebrating with your family as there is no school on Monday, February 15th.

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Looking Ahead 

*French as a Second Language FSL pathway selection for Grade 3 and      Grade 6 Parents

        In February comes the time for parents of Grades 3 and 6 students to select the FSL pathway that they feel would best meet their child’s needs for Grade 4 and Grade 7.  Usually, information is sent to parents in the first term Report Card envelope. Since it is now distributed via the Parent Portal, the FSL Pathways package will be shared digitally to parents.  Parents will complete a form online to enroll their child in the pathway of their choice. Each school will then have a spreadsheet with all information gathered in one spot.  The school will email you  the links to the FSL documents shortly. Stay tuned 

* Term 1 Report Cards will be available for parents to access on Friday, February 18th via the Parent Portal. 

 

The purpose of  STEAM week is to encourage K-12 students to explore careers in STEAM by providing some fun engaging activities for students and staff. Each day follows the theme from STEAM (ie. Monday is Science, Tuesday is Technology, Engineering is Wednesday, etc.)

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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                        FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                Next meeting:  February 17th,  2021 

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meet link 

CSC Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Update: Feb. 1st.-Feb. 5th

posted Jan 29, 2021, 8:37 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, February 1st -Friday, February 5th


In this issue:

Prayer

Principal Message

Week at a Glance

      School Council Corner

     


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Let us pray: 

Prayer to Begin Black History Month                               


Lord, we pray in honour of Black History Month. May we join together in appreciation and respect for all Black People in our Church, local and global society who make an impact on our lives. Thank you for their gifts and talents that are many, unique and inspiring. Whether it is Saint Augustine; three African popes; numerous Black bishops and priests; or any other members of our community, we see and feel God working through their contributions and our relationships. St. Josephine Bakhita, St. Martin de Porres of Peru, and Sts. Perpetua and Felicity showed supreme kindness, charity, and love. May their example guide us each day. We pray for their intercession.  Amen                                                              

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Principal Message

Dear Wolfpack families, we welcome the news that our students that have selected in-person learning will be returning to school on Monday, February 1st. Our Virtual Academy Wolfpack students will continue as usual with their online learning.

Our school routines that have been put in place in September will continue. Our staggered entry starts at 8:15 am -until 8:30 am at your child’s designated door to enter the school. Dismissal times will also remain the same with pick up starting at 2:45 pm until 3:00 pm. Please remember to give yourself some extra time to establish your morning routines by  walking-a-block as no parents are allowed to park in the staff parking for the safety of our students. We would appreciate that all students be in their classes for 8:30am as teachers will be starting their attendance.  Please see the quick list of reminders for your children for our February 1st, return to school.

  1. Please use the OPH’s daily screening tool each and every morning. The screening tool will inform you if your children are well enough to be in school. We will be following the same OPH protocols outlined in the screening tool in the event that we need to contact parents if a student presents with COVID symptoms. We will continue to monitor runny noses due to cold weather recesses before making any calls to parents. 

  2. NEW!- All students in grades 1-6 at STM will need to wear a non-medical or medical grade mask. Face shields do not replace the wearing of masks. If you want your child to wear a face shield that is permitted but the child must also wear their mask at the same time. Kindergarten aged students are recommended to wear masks. The office will have extra masks in the event that students forget to bring them on Monday. 

  3. OSTA - All students from grades 1 to 12 will be required to wear a face mask (cloth or medical), and students in Kindergarten are recommended to wear a mask, on all vehicles, including school buses, vans and wheelchair buses.  Please note that a neck warmer or scarf is not considered an appropriate face mask on board vehicles.

  4. If your child has a medical condition that does not allow them to wear a mask, or special needs that make mask-wearing difficult, please advise the school principal chris.risto@ocsb.ca and OSTA,(the Operator.) We appreciate your continued efforts to keep students and our drivers and staff safe. 

  5. Loaner Devices- for those families that received a loaner device for remote learning, please send them with your child on Monday, February 1st. We have loaned out over 100 devices and will need to check them off as returned and sanitized before we can place them back in the classes for student learning. Administration will go to each class on Monday morning to collect all the devices. 

  6. Don’t forget to bring your indoor shoes and to dress for the weather

  7. For more information on the return to school please see our OCSB Parent Communication that was sent out earlier this week. 

We look forward to welcoming all of our Wolfpack staff and students back for in person learning. See everyone Monday and have a safe weekend. 

Yours in Education,

Chris Risto

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 Week at a Glance


Monday, February 1st

  • Start of Black History Month 

  • In-person learning at STM begins

Tuesday, February 2nd

  • GroundHog Day

Wednesday, February  3rd


Thursday, February  4th


Friday, February 5th

  • Happy Friday and have a safe weekend!

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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                        FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                Next meeting:  February 17th,  2021 

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meet link 

CSC Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Memo: January 25th -January 29th

posted Jan 22, 2021, 8:57 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, January 25th-Friday, January 29th


In this issue:

Prayer

Principal Message

Week at a Glance

      OSTA Message

OPH Message to parents

      School Council Corner

      

 


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Let us pray:                 

                                     Beauty of Winter

                                  

God of creation, thank You for the beauty of winter, for snow, icy window panes, evergreen trees, warm coats, sledding and hot cocoa. Let us enjoy Your creation in all its glory, this winter and always. Amen                                        

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Principal Message

          Dear WolfPack,  let’s get our school spirit going by being Mental Health champions. It starts with taking care of ourselves. A lot of us are missing things we used to take for granted, especially being in the school and playing with our friends. It’s okay to feel sad or upset about things you are missing because of the pandemic. We can all cheer each other up and feel that sense of togetherness by taking the STM school spirit challenge. Just  follow the chart below and share your school spirit with your classmates on your daily google meets. Dear families if you are tweeting your BE WELL activities, don’t forget to #ocsbBeWell

 

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Week at a Glance


Monday, January 25th

  • Wear Green  #ocsbBeWell

Tuesday, January 26th

  • Be Creative

Wednesday, January 27th

  • Move

Thursday, January 28th

  • Bell Let’s Talk 

Friday, January 29th 

  • Be Kind

Saturday, January 30th

  • Laugh

Sunday, January 31st

  • Be Grateful

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OSTA Message

The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority will be implementing the Ministry of Education's recent directive regarding student masking as of Monday, January 18, 2021.  

All students from grades 1 to 12 will be required to wear a face mask (cloth or medical),

and students in Kindergarten are recommended to wear a mask, on all vehicles, including school buses, vans and wheelchair buses.  Please note that a neck warmer or scarf is not considered an appropriate face mask on board vehicles.

If your child has a medical condition that does not allow them to wear a mask, or special needs that make mask-wearing difficult, please advise OSTA, the Operator or the school.  We appreciate your continued efforts to keep students and our drivers safe.

Ottawa Student Transportation Authority

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Hello. Bonjour. Kwey.

With the recent Provincial announcements placing all Ontario municipalities in a state of emergency, the stay-at-home-order and extension of school closures, Ottawa Public Health (OPH) would like to draw your attention to the mental health and well-being of Ottawa parents. The following provides information, resources, guidance and tips that we would appreciate

your help in sharing broadly with your various networks.

 

Supporting parents in our community

 

Given the current Provincial restrictions and school closures, the next month may be challenging for parents and guardians who have children learning from home as they try to balance that with work obligations, projects, deadlines, meetings and so on. OPH is asking all employers to please be understanding of their employees’ needs, including flexible work schedules, particularly if they are parents or guardians. Parents and guardians are encouraged to speak to their employer to ensure they are aware of their situation and to discuss their options.

 

In addition, OPH is encouraging individuals to check-in virtually on extended family, neighbours, friends and colleagues. Individuals might consider dropping off food or sending a meal, treats, crafts or games to families with children or sending a letter, card or care package to a loved one. Suggestions for connecting virtually and more can be found here: OttawaPublicHealth.ca/SocialWise.

 

Mental health supports for parents and children

 

In order to be able to take care of others, parents need to take care of themselves. OPH would like to remind parents that their mental health and well-being are as important as ever and that it’s okay to not be okay. Several free online resources are available for parents and children, including:

 

In addition to the above resources, OPH would like to promote the benefits of getting outside as an important part of mental health. Parents are encouraged to take breaks during the day to get outside with their children, seeking out safer activities that limit their family’s contact with people from outside their household and allow for physical distancing and mask-wearing as much as possible. More information on keeping active during the pandemic can be found here: OttawaPublicHealth.ca/ActiveDuringCOVID19.

 

COVID-19 safety reminders for parents

 

We know parents and guardians are doing their best right now to keep children safe, healthy and entertained. As we try to reduce the currently high levels of COVID-19 in our community, OPH is asking parents to keep the following in mind:

 

  • At this time, playdates and recreational activities with other households are not recommended. We all need to take steps to reduce transmission of the virus in our community, including limiting close contacts with those from outside our immediate households.

  • Parents and guardians should be limiting their children’s contact with other children except for childcare needs. Licensed centre and home-based childcare remains open with enhanced health and safety measures and emergency child care is available. If required, families would be permitted to have an exclusive contact with another household for the sole purpose of providing support.

  • Daily screening of children for COVID-19 symptoms continues to be important, even if children are not attending school in person. If ANYONE in the home has symptoms of COVID-19, everyone must stay home while waiting for COVID-19 test results. Parents can screen their children for symptoms by accessing OPH’s daily screening tool.

The importance of COVID-19 testing for children

 

While OPH appreciates parents’ efforts to follow public health guidelines and limit their children’s contact with others, we are still seeing a significant increase in the number of children and youth testing positive for COVID-19. At the same time, we’ve seen a significant decline in the number of children and youth being tested. This decline, combined with the surge in the number of people testing positive, has resulted in an overall positivity rate of 14 percent with 21 percent among children aged 5-12. We know there are likely many more undiagnosed infections in our community and unless we test more, we will not be able to identify them and proactively work to protect others with whom they may have come into contact.

We understand parents and children have many reasons to refrain from testing, including concerns about the long lines experienced earlier in the pandemic, guilt over socializing during the holidays or fear of the Nasopharyngeal swab. However, refraining from testing is adding to the growing risk of community spread, which could lead to added pressures on the healthcare system, delays for needed care, and could ultimately lead to an extension of the lockdown and other restrictions. OPH is strongly encouraging parents/guardians who have children with COVID-19 symptoms, or who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, to please get them tested as soon as possible. Doing so could mean saving a life. For more information on COVID-19 testing for children, please see the attached document in both English and French; we would encourage you to please share it amongst your channels. 

OPH knows parents/guardians are doing their best right now to balance work and home obligations, their children’s virtual learning and their own personal care and well-being. We have data showing that the stress caused by this situation is significant and are asking the community to be compassionate, accommodating, and supportive of parents, guardians and one another during this difficult time.

Thank you. Merci. Meegwetch.

Dr. Vera Etches

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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                        FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                Next meeting:  February 17th,  2021 

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meet link 

CSC Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Memo: Jan 18th-Jan. 22nd

posted Jan 15, 2021, 7:49 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, January 18th-Friday, January 22nd


In this issue:

Prayer

Principal Message

Kindergarten Registration 

SFX Program Night

        Week at a Glance

School Council Corner

      

 


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Let us pray:                 

                                        

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Principal Message

Dear Wolfpack Community, as we complete our second week of remote learning I want to thank everyone for their strong efforts. I want to give a huge  shout out to all of our educators for their

continued dedication to their students and families. A big thank you goes out to Mrs. Smith-Davies, Mrs. Labelle, and Ms. Fundarek for preparing devices for all of our students that needed a chromebook  to access the curriculum with their classmates remotely. Thank You!


        Knowing that there are many new applications to learn while your child is learning remotely,  here is a little 
Technology Checklist for Parents/Students and “How To” instructions to support you in remote learning. Your child can also use this technology checklist as a self-assessment tool.  “ These are the things I know how to do when using my chromebook.”  or “I forget how to….” 

         Everyone at STM is finding creative ways to enhance the remote learning experience to our Wolfpack students! As we continue to face many challenges in our daily routines don’t forget to breathe, unplug and enjoy the fresh air. Stay safe everyone! 

Yours in Education,

Mr. C. Risto

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Still Happening! Kindergarten Registration 

  Welcome to our newest Wolfpack families that registered this past week to St.Thomas More! And for those families that were not able to register,  don’t worry Kindergarten Registration is ongoing for the 2021-22 School Year. To learn more about our kindergarten programs and how to register, please visit this link. Please take a 3Dtour virtual tour of one of our kinder classrooms. 

______________________________________________________________St. Francis Xavier CHS Online Program Night

Dear Grade 6 parents, mark your calendars as the online presentation for Parents of Students entering Grade 7 will be held on Thursday, February 18, 2021 5:00 pm. The meeting link will be sent closer to the date

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Week at a Glance

Monday, January 18th

  • Ongoing Kindergarten Registration 

  • Remote Learning

Tuesday, January 19th

  • Ongoing Kindergarten Registration

  • Remote Learning

Wednesday, January 20th

  • 6:30pm CSC Virtual Meeting 

  • Ongoing Kindergarten 

  • Remote Learning

  • Formal announcement from the Ministry of Education on Remote Learning. We will hope to learn if our students/staff return to in person learning on January 25th. Stay tuned. 

Thursday, January 21st

  • Ongoing Kindergarten Registration 

  • Remote Learning

Friday, January 22nd 

  • PD DAY - NO school for all students including our Virtual Academy students

  • Ongoing Kindergarten Registration

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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                        FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                PLEASE CONTACT:
                                            stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

                                Next meeting:  January 20th, 2021 

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meet link 

CSC Virtual Meet Link

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Update:January 11th-January 15th

posted Jan 8, 2021, 4:28 AM by Chris Risto

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Monday, January 11th-Friday, January 15th


In this issue:

Prayer

Principal Message

Kindergarten Registration Week

SFX Program Night

        Week at a Glance

School Council Corner

      

 


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Let us pray:                 

                                        An Epiphany Prayer


Lord Jesus, may your light shine our way,

As once it guided the steps of the magi:

That we too may be led into your presence

And worship you, the Child of Mary,

The Word of the Father, the King of Nations,

The Saviour of humankind:

To whom be glory forever.

Amen

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Principal Message

Dear Wolfpack families, as you probably heard yesterday afternoon, Premier Doug Ford announced an extension of  the provincial lockdown. Our wolfpack students/staff will not return to in-person school until January 25, 2021. This means that all of our students (K-6) at St.Thomas More will continue with remote learning. We know that these times are very challenging for many of our families. If there is anything we can do to make things a bit easier for your family please reach out to Thomas.more@ocsb.ca or email me directly at chris.risto@ocsb.ca . Thank you for your tremendous efforts as you try to balance your family commitments with your work responsibilities.  Your mental health and wellbeing are important to all of us.  Our staff at St.Thomas More know that you and our students are doing their best with remote learning. Thank you for your continued dedication to St.Thomas More Catholic School. 

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Kindergarten Registration Week

       Spread the word it is Kindergarten Registration Week for the 2021-22 School year!  We will be starting to register our new JK students this Monday, January 11th! To learn more about our kindergarten programs and how to register, please visit this link.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all registrations continue to be processed online by Admissions and then forwarded to our school. Please take a 3Dtour virtual tour of one of our kinder classrooms. 

Why register early?

While you will still be able to register after the campaign ends on January 15th, early registration helps us determine class sizes and student needs, including the hiring of extra staff where necessary, and allowing our teachers to start planning early for next year. This allows your little one the best possible start to their first year of school!

Early registration also means you will be sent a welcome package in the springtime, which is expected to include:

  • A welcome letter

  • A "Ready for Kindergarten" booklet

  • Crayons

  • Google glasses that will allow you to do a virtual tour of the classroom (wow!)

  • And more!

These welcome packages will be distributed by the Board, and not the schools, so make sure to complete your registration early if you would like one!

We are so excited to welcome our new learners to school next year, and we hope you will join us in helping to spread the word about this exciting campaign!

______________________________________________________________St. Francis Xavier CHS Online Program Night
Dear Grade 6 parents, mark your calendars as the online presentation for Parents of Students entering Grade 7 will be held on Thursday, February 18, 2021 5:00 pm. The meeting link will be sent closer to the date.


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Week at a Glance

Monday, January 11th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Remote Learning

Tuesday, January 12th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Remote Learning

Wednesday, January 13th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Remote Learning

Thursday, January 14th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Remote Learning

Friday, January 15th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Remote Learning 

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School Council Corner   

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                             FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                        PLEASE CONTACT:
                                                  stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

Next meeting:  January 20th, 2021

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meeting links will be sent out closer to the date of the meeting

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Update Dec. 14th-18th

posted Dec 13, 2020, 8:29 AM by Teri Shurb

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Monday, December 14th - 18th


In this issue

Prayer

Principal Message

        Week at a Glance

School Council Corner

      

 


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Advent Season ..Week 3 …Joy

The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also

to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. 

 

Let us pray:

Dear God,

Now Jesus’ birth is nearer.  We think of praying to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We say “ Thank you, God, for Jesus, - your gift to us.”

Amen

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Principal Message

We would like to thank all parents in their effort to call ahead to the main office when they need to pick up their child early from school. This allows us plenty of time to have your son / daughter ready shortly after you arrive. This year requires many extra steps including social distancing and the wearing of masks. As we get into our typically colder weather and many layers calling ahead will ensure that children are ready shortly after you arrive.

 Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding!

 

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Week at a Glance

Monday, Dec. 14th

  • Unclaimed Lost and Found items to be donated today.

  • Third Week of Advent liturgy shared with classes.

Tuesday, Dec. 15th


Wednesday, Dec.16th


Thursday, Dec. 17th


Friday, Dec.18th

  • Children and staff are invited to wear their pjs today.  Cozy into holidays.

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School Council Corner   

Fundraising Update  

FLIPGIVE is a hit!  Don’t forget to join the STM Flipgive Team in support of our school community, here is  our code when joining the STM team.    Code: ZXG4P5

Get started on your online Christmas shopping or purchase gift cards to use in-store to earn cash back for STM School Council. Major brands and retailers pay us a commission with every sale! Visit www.flipgive.com/join or download the app.

 

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                             FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                        PLEASE CONTACT:
                                                  stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

Next meeting:  January 20th, 2021

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meeting links will be sent out closer to the date of the meeting

  All parents are welcome!

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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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Weekly Update Dec. 7th-11th

posted Dec 13, 2020, 8:26 AM by Teri Shurb

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Monday, December 7th - 11th


In this issue

Prayer

Principal Message

        Week at a Glance

School Council Corner

      

 


Quick Links

St. Thomas More 

OCSB

CSPA 

OSTA 

Hapara Work Spaces

#ocsbHowTo video “Use the Portal to access Student Hapara Workspace.


Virtual Academy

For our families that have opted for virtual learning  here is a blog  to connect with our elementary parents regarding our Virtual Program for Kindergarten and grades 1 to 6.


Parish Links

St. Bernard
613-738-1943 




Advent Season ..Week 2 … Peace

The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. 

 

Let us pray:

Dear God,

As we watch mothers and fathers prepare for Christmas, we think about Mary, and Joseph, who lovingly took care of baby Jesus. Help us to be thankful for those who lovingly take care of us.

Amen

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Principal Message

Happy December!  STM staff and students are off to a great start this month.  Christmas Spirit Week was a great success.  Thank you all for supporting a great school and even greater cause. 

 

Great opportunity for families! 

Follow the link below to access $200 / child on Support for Learners Funding for parents.

https://www.ocsb.ca/apply-for-provincial-funding-for-parents/

https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-support-learners

 

God Bless,

ElizabethDean

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Angel Tree and Spirit Weeks

Christmas Spirit Week was a huge success.  Festive Hat / Crazy Hair Day to Pyjama Day and everything in  between was awesome.  Well done Wolf Pack!  Great School Spirit!

Thank  you to our STM Wolf Pack families for supporting our Angel Tree and making other families Christmas special through donation.  What an awesome, kind and generous community. So far we have raised $835.00 for those in need. Thank you so much for your generosity and helping our community.

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Week at a Glance

Monday, Dec. 7th


Tuesday, Dec. 8th


Wednesday, Dec.9th


Thursday, Dec. 10th


Friday, Dec.11th

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School Council Corner   

Fundraising Update  

FLIPGIVE is a hit!  Don’t forget to join the STM Flipgive Team in support of our school community, here is  our code when joining the STM team.    Code: ZXG4P5

Get started on your online Christmas shopping or purchase gift cards to use in-store to earn cash back for STM School Council. Major brands and retailers pay us a commission with every sale! Visit www.flipgive.com/join or download the app.

Supports for Parents

  Mental Health Resources (CSPA)

                             FOR GENERAL SCHOOL COUNCIL INQUIRIES,
                                                        PLEASE CONTACT:
                                                  stmschoolcouncil@gmail.com

Next meeting:  January 20th, 2021

Our Virtual Meetings start at 6:30pm. Virtual Meeting links will be sent out closer to the date of the meeting

  All parents are welcome!

___________________________________________________________________


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St. Thomas More School
1620 Blohm Drive
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5N6

Phone: 613-739-7131
Email: thomas.more@ocsb.ca
Website: stm.ocsb.ca
Twitter: ThomasMoreOCSB


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