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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): Natalie Currah
  • Josie Lorenzon
  • Jason Pratt
  • Superintendent: Lucy Papaloni
  • Trustee:
  • Thomas Thomas (Ward 5)
  • Luz del Rosario (Ward 11)
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St. Marcellinus SS Important Updates

Important Information

IMPORTANT - OSSLT Letter to parents

 

This Thursday, March 30th is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test.  It is a full school day for all grade 9 and 10 students.  There will be a common lunch at the conclusion of the test and then classes will be running in the afternoon.  Therefore, it is expected that students attend for the entire school day.  Grade 11 and 12 students have been given independent work and are not to attend school on Thursday.  Thank-you for your support in ensuring your son or daughter attends school for the entire day.

 

Digital Marketplace - Saturday April 1st!


ATTN:  Gr. 12 students.  A grad list has been posted in Guidance on the Bulletin Board.  Please come by Guidance ASAP to make sure your name is on it and that your name is spelled correctly.

 

 

The Parent Council Meeting originally scheduled for April 3rd at 7pm is now April 26th at 6:30 pm in room 216

 

St. Marcellinus Drama students moving on to Regionals for Sears Ontario Drama Festival! 



ATTENTION:  GRADE 12 STUDENTS

If you have not completed your 40 hours of Community Service, you are NOT eligible to graduate.  Hours are due by May 4, 2017.


Course Registration Information


We will be distributing Course Verification Sheets after March Break, on Monday, March 20, 2017 in homeroom classes.  Students can make a request to change a course directly on the verification sheet, get it signed by a parent and submit it directly to Guidance ASAP. 


Remember: although we will try our best to make the requested changes, not all requests will be possible. 



POST-SECONDARY NIGHT

Thursday, April 6, 2017 - Gym -  5:30-8:00pm  

   All Gr. 10 and 11 students and their parents are welcome.  Many Ontario Colleges and Universities will be present to answer all your questions!


 

NEW OSAP REMOVING FINANCIAL BARRIERS TO COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY

If your child is currently in Grade 12, you should know that applications are now open for college and university programs. The last date for university applications is January 11th. College applications for the fall term should be submitted before February 1st.

Your child may benefit from financial assistance for postsecondary education from the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). As part of the most significant reform of student assistance in North America, the government of Ontario is removing the financial barriers to attending college or university.

If your family income is under $50,000, your child’s tuition is covered. Even if you earn more, the new OSAP is still there to help with generous grants that will make sending your child to college or university more affordable.

The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development has launched a new online calculator to help students and their families find out quickly and easily whether they qualify for free tuition or other grants and supports from the province. We encourage you to find out more at ontario.ca/osap.

 


Registration Information 2016-2017

The deadlines have now passed for Grade 9 Registrations for the 2017-2018 School Year

Currently we are a capped school for the 2017-2018 school year.  Please contact the school if you have any questions in regards to this process.

Provincial EQAO Results for 2015-2016 Released

EQAO Results

Spirit Wear Website

Click on the link below to go to the Harp Promotional Wear Site, to purchase St. Marcellinus Spirit Wear.

Spirit Wear Site

 

NOTICE: Student Transportation Service Issues

School bus service providers, under contract with Student Transportation of Peel Region (STOPR), are experiencing a shortage of qualified drivers. This shortage is negatively impacting school bus service across Peel Region primarily in the city of Mississauga. Efforts to resolve these service issues are ongoing, however it may take some time to overcome current issues. Please refer to the Delays & Cancellations section of the STOPR website www.stopr.ca for bus delay information. 
 
We apologize for any inconvenience these delays have caused, and appreciate your patience during the transition back to school.

We’re Making Things Easier!  By spring of 2017, you and your parents will be able to pay online! The Online Payment system is a secure electronic method to pay for school related fees. Please look for the Online Payment icon on the DPCDSB webpage to get all updated information.  All required information will be sent to parents once our school, St. Marcellinus SS, has been brought online. 

 

Uniform Reminders

  • The black zip-up sweater is permitted, but the red golf shirt must be worn underneath.

 

Memory Aids

To any students using memory aids.  Please be aware there are new memory aid forms in use.  Please see below **NEW** - Memory Aid without Lines

 

Community Newsletters

 

 

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

 

Young Worker Parent Information (EN) (FR)

 

Young Worker Student Information (EN) (FR)

 

 

Trustee Newsletter

10/03/2017

This edition of the Trustee Newsletter provides parents and guardian with an overview of some of the issues that the board has covered to date, as well as some additional items of interest and a glimpse ahead to some important upcoming events. Read More

2017 Catholic Technological Skills Competition

01/03/2017

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board's 2017 Catholic Technological Skills Competition will be held onMarch 8 (Secondary Level) at Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School in Mississauga and on March 28 (Elementary Level) at St. Philip Elementary School in Mississauga. Read More

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