Become Familiar with our Severe Weather Procedure

As the cold weather arrives, it’s important for everyone to be familiar with our Severe Weather Conditions procedure. There are some changes to the procedure for the 2015-16 school year: Frigid Temperatures: Schools will NOT automatically be closed when temperatures reach -35C or colder with wind-chill. While buses will not operate, the decision to close schools […]

Coffee Connections Presents: Living with ADHD

Come join us in the library from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 26th for the topic: Living with ADHD. Find some strategies to help your child succeed at school and make home life easier.  Get ideas on how to boost your child’s confidence.  Light refreshments will be served. Bring a friend and win a prize!  […]

Bus Cancellation – January 11

Due to current weather conditions, all school buses, taxis and special education routes in WELLESLEY, WILMOT and WOOLWICH TOWNSHIP are cancelled.

All schools are OPEN and Extended Day child care programs are open. The Education Centre is also open.

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Lost and Found Items On Display

We have a large collection of lost and found items that will be on display by the library on Thursday and Friday.  Students will be asked to look through the items and collect anything that belongs to  them. If you are looking for something specific, please feel free to come in and look.  On Friday afternoon, any […]

Administration Change

As of February 1, 2016, Ms. Swan will be transferred to Sheppard Public School in Kitchener.  She has been the vice-principal at Stewart Avenue for more than 7 years.  We welcome  vice-principal, Marc Vender, who is coming to us from the Toronto District School Board, where he is currently a vice-principal.  We wish Ms. Swan […]

Is Your Child Struggling With Math?

The Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE) has created a Parent Tool Kit for parents of children in grades JK-8.  The goal of the kit is to provide parents with the most significant research based info to help them be the best, most knowledgeable and most confident supporter for their child’s education.  We have […]

There is a big difference between not knowing and not knowing yet!

Over the past 6 months, our teachers have been learning about “growth” and “fixed” mindsets.  It is a simple concept that can produce significant gains in student achievement and motivation and is a result of the on-going work of Carol Dweck, a Stanford University psychologist.  In a “fixed” mindset, people believe that their intelligence is […]

Annual Dollar Bazaar

This Stewart Avenue tradition gives all students in our school an opportunity to purchase a gift for a loved one for just a loonie.  It encourages kindness, compassion and goodwill through the spirit of giving.  To make this bazaar possible, council relies on donations of new items from school families.  A donation box is located […]

Weekend Rental Permits Return December 5, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) reached a tentative agreement at the Support Staff central bargaining table on Friday, November 27, with the Government of Ontario and the Council of Trustee’s Associations, representing Ontario school boards. This tentative agreement impacts the Educational Support Staff/Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation […]

Grade 8 Parents – Transition Booklet

If you are a parent of a child in Grade 8, please check out the Guidance Tab for updated information. You will find a new brochure to help you and your child prepare for the transition to Grade 9.  Included is information on topics such as Secondary School Diploma Requirements, Community Involvement Hours, Parent Engagement, Homework Help, […]

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