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St. Marcellinus Secondary School
"Let Every Spirit Soar"
905.564.6614
  • St. Marcellinus Secondary School
  • 730 Courtneypark Drive West
  • Mississauga ON, L5W 1L9
  • Phone: 905.564.6614
  • Fax: 905.564.3202
  • Principal: Frank Furgiuele
  • Vice Principal(s): Antonio De Franco
  • Claudia Kline
  • Josie Lorenzon
  • Superintendent: Lucy Papaloni
  • Trustee:
  • Thomas Thomas (Ward 5)
  • Luz del Rosario (Ward 11)
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St. Marcellinus SS Important Updates

Important Information

 

Safe @ St. Marcellinus Online Reporting Tool

The following REPORTING TOOL is intended for students who become aware of bullying incidents and negative behaviours impacting the school community. It is designed to provide information that will help promote a positive school climate. We ask all students to please report any negative incidents that affect your well-being and/or the well-being of your school community by clicking on the link above. The incident may be one that either you have witnessed or experienced yourself. When you fill out this form, you are NOT REQUIRED to provide your name or any other identifiable information anywhere. If the information provided is anoymous, it may be dealt with in a general way as there is no means to respond specifically when there is limited information provided. DEPENDING ON THE KIND OF INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE, you may be identifiable. In some cases, if you are identifiable based on the information provided, the school principal/vice-principal may approach you to provide a little more information on a confidential basis. If you choose to identify yourself as part of the reporting process, the principal/vice-principal may follow up with you directly. If you have any questions about this tool, please contact the Principal and/or Vice-Principal.

Trustee Newsletters

 

SHSM Programs @ St. Marcellinus SS

SHSM BROCHURE - CLICK HERE!

School Newspaper

 

School Achievements

Congratulations to the Spirit Robotics Team for their success at the Waterloo Regional FIRST Robotics Competition. After 2 days of competing the team advanced through quarter finals to finish as semi-finalists. Way to go Spirit Robotics!!!

 

The Spirit Way

        

 

SPEAKING
  POSTIVELY
       INTERACTING
           RESPONSIBILITY
            INDIVIDUALLY &
 TOGETHER

 

WHAT IS THE SPIRIT WAY?

  • This should be the root of everything we do, believe, teach and practice.  It is who we are.
  • It will give us the language which will be a basic understanding amongst the school population.
  • It will be the culture we create, a brand that is recognizable and understood.

 

Remembering

In loving memory of our friend, colleague, and teacher
 
Shawn D. MacIntosh

November 17, 1962 - March 13, 2013

Community Events

Register for the 2014 Race Against Racism

Feeling charitable! Donate your used computers to the non-profit run by two of our alumni.  Just follow this link:  

Community Links 

Settlement Services Student Accident Insurance

CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR BUS IS LATE OR CANCELLED

 

Student Transportation of Peel Region (STOPR)

 

Young Worker Health and Safety Act Info (EN) (FR)

 

Young Worker Parent Information (EN) (FR)

 

Young Worker Student Information (EN) (FR)

 

Speak Up Student Conference

22/01/2015

On January 28, 750 Grade 7 students from Brampton North East Catholic elementary schools will participate in the "Speak Up" Student Conference. Read More

KinderParent Online Chat Sessions

09/01/2015

On January 19 and January 20 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board will offer parents of incoming Kindergarten children an online chat/information session where they will receive a general overview of Kindergarten through a Catholic lens and the opportunity to ask questions and receive real time responses via an online chat room. Read More

Board reinvests accumulated surplus

10/12/2014

At its December 9 meeting, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board approved a multi-year strategy for the deployment of accumulated surplus, including a re-investment of $6 million in learning, technology and infrastructure to support student achievement and well-being. Read More

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