Intermediate students who have been given permission by their teacher to go out for lunch must come to school with a signed note from his/her parent/guardian. They are required to bring their note to the office at 10:20, at the start of first recess, and sign out in advance, so the school is aware of who will be going out for lunch. Upon return to ... Continue reading "Intermediate Students Going Out For Lunch Protocol"
We have had to cancel the Catholic School Council Meeting on Monday, April 16, 2018, due to inclement weather. Our next meeting will take place on Monday, May 14, 2018 at 6:15 pm. Parents are always welcome and encouraged to attend our meetings.
Check out our Martyrs Minutes on Twitter, showcasing weekly events that are happening at our school! Students in the junior division have been using green screen technology to create these weekly broadcasts. Follow us @CMS_ycdsb or see our posts on our school website.
We are very proud of all the excellent activities that are going on our school and thank the staff who take the time and effort to enrich your children’s experience at Canadian Martyrs School. The following is a list of some of the activities available to your children at our school:
- Lego Club: Mrs. Galati welcomes Junior students on Fridays during lunch ... Continue reading "Activities and Clubs at CMS"
The safety of our students is our top priority at Canadian Martyrs Catholic Elementary School. This news post reinforces proactive safety procedures for pick up and drop off at our school.
Please be aware of the following rules:
- It is against the law to park in the Fire Route along the edge of the school and the back of the ... Continue reading "School Proactive Safety Procedures"
Tips to reduce screen time:
- Embrace spring by heading outdoors to play
- Go for a family walk
- Start a new novel
- Begin a new hobby
- Keep track of your screen time and reduce your time on social media/gaming/programs
- Schedule family game nights (cards, board games)
- Exercise everyday
Healthy eating habits contribute to academic success and well-being. Visit York Region Public Health to find out more about nutrition and healthy eating.