Congratulations to our prize winners for the halloween Fundraiser.
Together we raised over $7500 for our Annual Fundraiser! The money will be allocated toward upgrading our technology in the gym.
This year, we will purchase several good quality microphones so that we can clearly hear and enjoy our talented students during their various performances! Should we make additional money through other ... Continue reading "Congratulations to our Spook-A-Thon Winners!"
On November 28 2019, parents are invited to attend a presentation about the French Immersion program, starting at 7 pm in the library.
On October 28 and 29, our students will participate in Bullying Awareness and Prevention workshops, ran by BRAVE. Following last year’s successful presentations, we have invited them back to review some material from level 1, and to move up our junior and intermediate students to level 2. Assertive communication is the key.
For our younger students, BRAVE will introduce them to “Brave the ... Continue reading "BRAVE Presentations at St. Mark"
Students from grades 1 to 8 spent the day at Markham Fair learning about farm animals, agriculture and more. Hurray for the Markham Fair!
On Tuesday October 2nd, students from grade 4 to grade 8 competed in the Cross Country Run at Bruce’s Mill. A big congratulation goes out to all runners for their dedication and perseverance during their numerous practices, and their performance on the Big Day! Overall, we came in 4th as a school, with many students placing in their age categories.
Thank you to ... Continue reading "Congratulations To Our Cross Country Runners!"
We have students with potentially life threatening forms of allergic reactions called Anaphylaxis. If an allergic child comes in contact with even a small quantity of peanuts or other nut products, the child may develop hives, swelling and/or have difficulty breathing. Immediate action must be taken by administration of an Epi-Pen. If untreated or delayed, these symptoms may become more severe leading to a drop ... Continue reading "We are a Nut Safe School!"