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October 16, 2016
Posted: 10/16/2016 10:37:10 PM

School News:


There are many enrichment activities planned for this school year and we wanted to be sure that you knew about them well in advance so that you can plan accordingly.  Our website calendar is up to date with this information and events all the way in June are posted for you to see.

This is will definitely change as we book more enrichment activities for our students to enjoy.





Oct. 18th

Lightening Thief – RHCPA

7 and 8

Oct. 18th

Spirit Day-Blue Jays!


Oct. 26th


2-6, with gr. 7 helpers

Oct. 26th

Mathletes Family Night

All family members/all ages of gr 2-6 students

Oct. 31st

Duffle Bag Theatre-Peter Pan: Prologue Arts performance @ our school


Oct. 31st

Fall Dance 50 minutes each grade


Nov. 2nd

Anne Frank – RHCPA

5 and 6

Nov. 7th

Click, Clack Moo –RHCPA


Nov. 11th

Remembrance Day Ceremony


Dec. 15th

Shaun Boothe – Prologue Arts performance @ our school


Jan. 12th&13th

Learn to Curl Activity @ our school


Feb. 21st-23rd

Snowshoeing at our school


April 4th

Torq Percussion Prologue Arts performance @ our school


April 18th

Seussical the Musical – RHCPA


May 11th

Anne of Green Gables – RHCPA


May 18th





EQAO Results


Last Spring, Grade 3 and Grade 6 students from across Ontario participated in an assessment of reading, writing, and mathematics. This assessment was conducted by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), an independent agency whose mandate is to ensure greater accountability and help improve the quality of education by providing clear and timely information about student achievement in Ontario schools.


EQAO results represent one measure of students’ achievement in reading, writing and mathematics.  EQAO believes classroom data is the richest source of student achievement data.  EQAO results are an added source of information to inform classroom instruction and student achievement.


Results for our school, school board and province are provided to assist you in understanding the assessment results both within our local context and across the system.


To view samples of student work and to understand what work at each level looks like, visit the EQAO Web site,


At O.M. MacKillop, we are committed to developing students’ literacy and numeracy skills through the use of the comprehensive math program strategy and rich literacy resources.  We constantly scrutinize and adjust our instructional practice as we reflect on the effectiveness of our work.  Our very small sample size has a significant impact on our results.  We are actively analyzing the results of this year’s EQAO test and making changes to our practices to affect a positive outcome for our students.



Communication from the School

Please consider signing up to receive text messages prompting you to read our OMM Updates or other information from the school ex. Sports results, field trip bus arrival times, etc.  You do not have to download the app for this service to work. You will need to pay for any fees that your plan charges to receive text messages.




Up-Coming Events:

Please look at our calendar of events on the school’s website.  It is the most up to date information about school activities.  We will not be distributing hard copies of our school events calendar.




Clubs, Sports and Activities
Posted: 10/5/2016 5:50:54 PM

The Cross Country area meet will be held this Thursday Oct 6, 2016 at the field across from Richmond Green H.S. -Ms. Nguyen and Ms Wiens-DeMelo

Parents of grade 8 students are invited to attend a fundraising meeting on Thursday Oct 6, 2016 at 6:30 pm in the Staff Room to discuss fundraising ideas in support of the grade 8 graduation. - Ms. Nguyen

The OM MacKillop choir has started for students in grade 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8! It's not too late to sign up. We are rehearsing on Day 3 & 4 at morning recces. Stay tuned for information about our first performance. -Ms.Caesar
Snack Team News
We have been the recipients of some grants from outside sources, for which we are very grateful. Part of our eligibility for grants requires that we run projects . 
Our projects for this year include developing a recipe book that will highlight snack recipes that are easy to prepare. We hope that parents will share with us (via their students) some of their favorite snacks, including those that are from different cultures, so we can all try something new! 
 In the New Year, we hope to be able to offer a "Tasting Booth" that will feature some fruit and vegetables that may be new to some of us. We look forward to your support in encouraging healthy and nutritious meals and snacks! Thanks in advance...The Healthy Schools Snack Team. - Ms. Douglas
October 4, 2016
Posted: 10/4/2016 5:48:17 PM

Curriculum Night:


Please join us for our Curriculum Night on October 13, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm.  The evening’s format will be an informal drop in /open house where you can visit you child’s classroom, introduce yourself to the teachers and collect information about the curriculum units that will be covered in all subjects this year.  This is not an evening to have a personal meeting with your child’s teacher to discuss your child’s progress to date.  Please call your child’s teacher to arrange a meeting or a phone conversation if you wish detailed information about your child’s progress.



Dental Screening for all students will occur on October 11th.  Dental screening is a quick inspection of a child’s mouth by a registered dental hygienist. York Region Public Health offers dental screening in elementary schools, by appointment at one of York Region’s Public Health dental clinics, or by request at some Ontario Early Years Centres.


A dental screening will help find dental problems so children can receive the right treatment. It can also be the first step to receiving assistance for urgent dental problems through the Healthy Smiles Ontario (HSO)program, or receiving preventive dental care at one of York Region’s Public Health dental clinics.


Picture Day


Our picture day will be held on October 17th.  Our kindergarten children will be photographed early in the day, followed by our primary, junior and then intermediate classes.


Parent and Student Math Night

Please book October 26th in your calendars. This is our Mathletes Night for Families with children in grades 2-6.  This is a free event sponsored by the Parents Reaching Out Grant that our School Council obtained from the Ministry of Education on behalf of all MacKillop families.

5:45 Sign-in

6:00 - 7:30 Math Games

Register by October 19th



Please use this link to register---


Up-Coming Events:

Please look at our calendar of events on the school’s website.  It is the most up to date information about school activities.  We will not be distributing hard copies of our school events calendar.


First Day 2016-2017
Posted: 9/10/2016 9:44:20 PM

​​​​​​​​September 5, 2016

Happy School Year!

Just one more sleep until the best day of the year.  We are looking forward to meeting you for the first time or welcoming you back after the summer holidays.  We hope that everyone is rested and eager to start learning.

Class Assignment/Teacher:

Your child’s teacher is listed at the top of this e-mail.  Please arrive at school between 8:50 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and head to the ‘backyard’.  We will be there ready to greet you and show you which doors your child will use for entering and exiting the school each day. If you need assistance, please look for one of the staff in a safety vest, they will guide you   to where you need to be.  Students were carefully selected for each class by last year’s teacher if applicable.  Classes have been balanced and factors such as learning    styles/teacher styles, gender balance, friends and best learning partners have been considered.  Classes may need to be re-organized near the end of September to adhere to the Ministry of Education’s Primary Class Size Reduction Mandate and Junior Grade Targets. If a re-organization is necessary, I will communicate with the entire school community at the appropriate time.

Four-legged family members:

The first day of school is an exciting time for everyone.  We know that extended family members may want to accompany your child to school tomorrow and we say, FANTASTIC!  The more people a child has supporting them in their life they more confident they will likely feel.  I must insist, however, that the four-legged furry members of your family not come onto school property when you are dropping off or picking up your child. There are children who are not comfortable around dogs even when they are on a leash or in your arms. Asking you to keep your dog off school property during entry and dismissal time is asking you to respect the needs of all the students. We need to ensure that everyone can come to the school yard and feel safe. We ask that you respect this request and have your child say his or her good-byes to the four-legged member of your family either at home or elsewhere off school property.

Parking Lot/Crossing Guards:

Our parking lot will be closed during entry and dismissal.  This is for the safety of our children and staff.  Our staff has grown significantly this year and all of the parking spots will be required for our school staff and Board employees who need to work in our school during the day.  Please walk to school with your child if possible or park a block or two away and walk to school from there.  Crossing guards will be posted at Levendale Rd and Lucas St and also at Rumble Ave and Parkston Crt/Maria Crt.

School Access:

            Please know that only students and staff are permitted in the school before, during and after school.  If you need to be in the building for a meeting, to watch an extra-curricular activity,  if you are volunteering, etc. please sign in at the main office after entering the building through the front door.​

OMM Update March 25, 2016
Posted: 3/28/2016 5:18:03 PM

School News:

New Lunch Program Session Dates

Mr. Sub - Thursdays

April 14,21,28

May 5,12,19,26

June 2,9,16,23


Swiss Chalet - Fridays

April 15,29

May 13,27

June 10,24



Pizza - Tuesdays

April 12,19,26

May 3,10,17,24,31

June 7,14,21,28


Hot Dog - Wednesdays

April 13,20,27

May 4,11,18,25

June 1,8,15,22


Please return your completed forms by Friday April 1, 2016


Will you be moving? Please let us know.

We have already begun initial planning for the 2016/2017 school year. We are in the process of projecting the number of students that will be O.M. MacKillop next year. In order to help us in this process, we ask you to inform the office if you will be moving over the summer or if your child will be attending a different school in the fall.  You do not need to complete this survey again if you have already done so.


Dreambox: A reminder if you haven’t already registered it’s not too late. If you have already registered please encourage your child to try and hit the 5-8 lesson per week threshold.



Lunch Time Program at O.M. MacKillop

We are very excited to be able to offer your children the opportunity to take part in a variety of new lunch time programs.

Programs such as Lego Animation (Gr.1-4), Video Game Creator (GR. 2-6), and Red Cross Babysitting (11 years and older) offered by, Camp Green Acres. As well as

All sports (JK/SK), Art Attack (Gr. 3-8), Basketball (Gr. 1-4), and Taekwon-Do (Gr. 1-8) offered by the Town of Richmond Hill. Please see forms that went home earlier this week for all the details.



Up-Coming Events:




Friday, March 25th

Good Friday

Monday, March 28th

Easter Monday

Wed.,March 30th – Fri. Apr. 1st

Disability Awareness Workshops Gr. 1-8

Wednesday, April 6th

Spirit Day

Summer Institute
Posted: 3/28/2016 5:20:40 PM

This is a fabulous program for students currently in JK – grade 8.  Please register early if you are interested, spots fill up very quickly.  The closest SI location will be at Crosby Heights P.S.


Be well,

J. Linton


Want to see a show?
Posted: 3/28/2016 5:21:27 PM

Hello Families,


We have invited a fabulous artist to our school this Wednesday morning (March 2nd) to entertain our students and share some insights about the messages we send with our body and facial expressions.  This performance is suitable for students from JK-8, so all of our students will get to watch the performance.  We do need your help with supervision and  if you have already obtained a Vulnerable Sector Screening from the York Region Police, we welcome you join us for the performance. Please let us know if you plan to attend the show which will start at 11:25 and run until approximately 12:15.   We thank you and the School Council for raising funds to support the booking of this performance. 


Be well,


Jacqueline Linton


School Council Lunch Survey
Posted: 3/28/2016 5:22:26 PM

Hello Families,


Please take a moment to complete this short survey regarding the lunches offered for purchase at our school.  We will use your responses to plan for our next session which will begin in April.


Your response is requested by February 29, 2016.




School Council​

December 11, 2015
Posted: 12/11/2015 7:32:24 PM

School News:


We have a Twitter account!  Please follow us on Twitter to get updates on various school activities.  @OM_MackPS 


Did you receive your child’s Progress Report after school today?  Please ask them for it.  Progress Reports were created for students in grades 1-8 only.


Thank you to all our Mustangs for contributing very generously to the Holiday Heroes Drive.  We filled up a large school bus with all of the donations.  Now we have to calculate which classes won the challenges that were “thrown down” last week.  I understand that Pudding Sugar Socks, an elf from the North Pole, might be visiting us again to announce the winners.


Our co-ed junior volleyball team tryouts have been on-going this week.  We hope that everyone is having fun trying out for the team even though not everyone will be selected.


Chess Club has started up with Ms. Nguyen and students from grades 4-8 have been enjoying creating crafts with Mrs. Linton.


If you have a special skill that you can teach to our children during morning recess or lunch recess, we would love to hear from you.  Please let us know how you might be able to contribute.


Thank you for adhering to the deadline for the hot lunches.  We will not be able to accept any late pizza, hot dog, sub or Swiss Chalet orders for the January session.  The next session begins on January 12th…this is NOT the first week back at school.


Next Friday is the last day of school before the winter break.  We will be celebrating the day in our pyjamas (again…because it is sooooo comfortable), enjoying hot chocolate and singing songs.  If you child requires a dairy-free hot chocolate, please let Mrs. Linton know:


Stay tuned for news about a wonderful Math Enrichment program that can be used 365 days a year by all students from Kindergarten to Grade 8.


The regional elementary arts program at Baythorn PS. information night for parents of interested students currently in grade 4 and 5 will be held on Wednesday, January 13th, 2016, at Baythorn PS at 7:00 pm.  More information can be found on the Baythorn website:

This information will be updated shortly so please continue to check this link for 2016 information.


Please read Trustee Corrie Bain’s message to families:


French Immersion Information Sessions and Registrations


Information sessions for the French Immersion (FI) program will take place at French Immersion schools on January 14, 2016 at 7 p.m. Your designated FI school is Michaëlle Jean Public School, 320 Shirley Drive, Richmond Hill.  Please visit YRDSB’s website in January 2016 for any additional information (


FI registration will begin January 15, 2016, after 8:30 am. Parents or guardians of Senior Kindergarten students entering Grade 1 in September 2016, and wishing to enrol in the FI Program, can visit or call the current school office and request an Office Index Card - short version. The Office Index Card must be signed by the principal of the home school where your child attends Senior Kindergarten. Parents or guardians then take this form, along with one piece of identification showing their address to Michaëlle Jean Public School to register between January 15 and February 12, 2016. This eliminates the need to provide duplicate enrollment information or to pre-register.


YRDSB’s FI Accommodation Plan provides long-term consistency and equity of access to all students in York Region and will enable YRDSB to continue to offer the FI program to all who wish to enrol. The FI program will be offered in Dual Track or Single Track settings, in a variety of configurations. In order to meet community needs and optimize available space in our schools, a community's Grade 1-8 FI program may be provided over more than one school during the course of a student's FI education. This will allow flexibility in addressing community needs and the opportunity to use existing space in schools. More information is available on the Board’s website: Please note: Some of the FI accommodation plans will require facility modifications or the development of new schools and will require short-term transition plans that might include overflow while we work toward the long-term vision. Overflow refers to situations in which the Board directs students to attend a school other than their community school or optional program for a specific period of time, as defined in Policy #108.​

October 13, 2015
Posted: 11/20/2015 1:03:44 PM

School News:


Congratulations to our Cross Country Runners

An amazing team of athletes participated in the area cross country meet last week Thursday.  The weather was beautiful, our athletes were fast and our Mustang spirit was strong.  Thank you to our grade 8 students who were course marshals and helped everyone enjoy a safe day. Thank you to the teachers who supervised the students: Mr. Potyok, Ms Nguyen and Mr. Kaliczak. And, a HUGE thank-you to Ms Painter who organized the entire cross country meet for all of the athletes at all of the schools in our Central area of YRDSB.  Events such as this one are so meaningful for children.  Please encourage your son or daughter to participate in extra-curricular activities to enrich their school experience.  We have 6 students moving on to the Regional Cross Country Meet this Thursday. Go Mustangs, Go!


Dynamix and School Council

On October 3rd, many families came to school ON A SATURDAY(wow) to eat pizza, have fun and take home presents.  We spend 90 minutes solving challenges and learning how to work better together.






Dynamix and K-8 Students—October 14th

We had such a great time at the Dynamix Family event that we are going to have a full day of Dynamix fun on Wednesday for all of our students.  Parents (with Police Vulnerable Screening Checks) are welcome to join us.  This is the schedule for the day:

9:10-9:55 Kinder Co-op Group 1-Bremner

10:00-10:45 Kinder Co-op Group 2-Gelman

11:20-12:20  Spirit Challenge Grades 6-8

2:00-3:00 Spirit Challenge Grades 1-5


School Council Spirit Wear Clearance Sale

We have a few items of spirit wear available from previous years that are being sold at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.  Please click this link to access the inventory and order form.  These items will be sold on a first come, first served basis and stock is very limited.  Our 2015-2016 Spirit Wear campaign will start in the near future…but the prices will be higher so get your goodies at the reduced price while you can.



Arts Unionville is the YRDSB specialty high school Arts program offered at Unionville High School to artistically talented grade 8 students residing within Arts Unionville boundaries who will be entering high school in September 2016.


All York Region grade 8 students (no boundary limitations) are eligible to apply to the Piano Programs.  York Region grade 8 students who reside within Arts Unionville, Arts Huron Heights, and Arts Westmount boundaries are eligible to apply for the Strings Programs





        7:00 – 8:30 p.m. (parents, guardians, & students)

        Please call the Markham Theatre directly, after October             1st, to reserve seating at 905-305-7469.

·          APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Monday, November 30th, 2015

·          AUDITIONS: January 22nd – 28th, 2016

Information and the online application form are available at Click on Arts Unionville tab. We are only accepting applications online. The online application will be available as of November 4th. If you have any questions, please contact Effie Kyriopoulos, Arts Unionville Secretary, at 905-479-2787 extension 458 or



Adult English as a Second Language Classes

Are you interested in taking English classes?  Do you have a neighbour or friend who wants to study English too?  If we have 10 interested adults then we might be able to start a class to learn English here at O.M. MacKillop P.S.  Please let me know if you are interested in this opportunity by October 20th.


Please note that more detailed information about other class locations and times are available on the YRDSB website (  in Programs and Services under the Continuing Education heading.  It is listed as English as a Second Language.  In addition, information about Literacy Basic Skills Program (skills upgrading) is available under the same heading


Up-Coming Events:




Wednesday, October 14th

Spirit Workshops all grades

Thursday, October 15th

Regional Cross Country

Monday, October 19th

Federal Elections-our school is a polling station






October 29, 2015
Posted: 11/20/2015 1:04:45 PM

School News:


1.Our Junglesport activity starts on November 3rd.  Please send in the consent form and $16.00 payment no later than October 30th if you wish to have your child participate in the adventure.  At this point in time we are making alternative arrangements just in case it is necessary to move the Junglesport activity away from Wednesday, November 4th.  The current ETFO work action will impact our teachers ability to supervise students on Wynne Wednesday’s outside of the regular class and duty schedule.  If necessary, Junglesport will occur on November 3, 5, 6 and Monday the 9th.  We await confirmation of the possible need to change and I will let you know if a revision is needed as soon as possible.


2.Our Fall Dance will be held during school hours this Friday.  It coincides with our school spirit day and everyone is encouraged to wear BLACK or ORANGE to school on October 30th.  If you allow your child to wear their Hallowe’en costume at school on Friday, please remember that in accordance with our Safe Schools Policy masks must not be worn and absolutely no replica weapons can be brought to school as part of a costumeA student of any age will be suspended from school if their costume includes a replica weapon.  Please keep all toy guns, knives, grenades, swords, nunchuks, daggers, scythes, etc. at home.  (I have seen them all during my years as an educator.)  We are focusing on the fun of dressing up so please understand that fake blood and festering wounds should not be part of the costumes worn to school. When students are frightened by this type of make-up, we can’t console them the same way you would as a parent.  Also, please protect precious costume items at home.  We don’t want to have disappointed children on October 31st if a costume item gets left at school.


3. Daylight Savings time comes to an end this weekend.  Time changes are difficult for children and adults alike.  Please try to help the transition by sticking with your bedtime routines and consider changing (delaying) sleep time by 20 minutes every two days over the next week.  This will hopefully help your children wake up closer to the new time versus the “too early” hour.  Of course, if you have children in grade 7 or 8 you probably want them to wake up an hour earlier than they likely do already in order to be ready to get to school on time with a more relaxed morning routine.  Good Luck!


Up-Coming Events:




Fire Drill

November 2, 2015 (If it isn’t raining)

School Council Meeting

November 2, 2015 7:30pm-9:00pm

Junglesport (optional enrichment activity $16.00 fee)

November 3-6, 2015 (date changes TBD)

Session 2 Lunch Orders are due

November 9, 2015

Photo Retake Day

November 9, 2015

Remembrance Day

Family members are invited to attend our assembly (details about the start time to follow)

November 11, 2015



November 20, 2015
Posted: 11/20/2015 3:00:37 PM

School News:

Congratulations to our girls and boys intermediate volleyball teams.  Both teams have had the opportunity to compete in local tournaments and our Mustangs are improving their skills with each game. Thank-you to Coach Painter and Coach Potyok for giving so many hours of your personal time to help our athletes grow.


Our Student Voice group is promoting a Holiday Heroes Drive.  Starting on Monday, November 23rd, families are encouraged to send in a new unwrapped gift, new clothes, new toiletries or non-perishable donations to the Food Bank.  Gift cards of all sorts would also be accepted.  This might be a great time to try out our school’s Fundscrip Fundraiser and purchase your gift cards for the season while support our school at the same time.  The Holiday Heroes Drive will end on December 10th.


From the office… We would appreciate your co-operation following the lunch time sign out procedure that was communicated in the School Start-Up Package.  At the beginning of the year families signed a form indicating whether a student would be staying at school each and every day for lunch or going home for lunch each and every day. If there is a special day when a student has parental permission to leave the school property for lunch then the following must occur:

1.     Permission to sign out for lunch must be received in a note that is dated with the current day’s date and has a parent/guardian signature.

2.     The note must be presented to the first period teacher so that it can be received in the office with the morning attendance.

We cannot accept a telephone call providing permission for a student to sign out.  Our attendance records must have a parent’s signature to authorize a student to leave the school property during the day.  We cannot accept an e-mail to provide permission, however we will accept a signed fax if it is received before 9:30 a.m.


New Computers Arriving Soon!


We have recently ordered:

5 new Ipads,

6 new Dell notebooks and

1charging cart for 15 laptops. 


These purchases couldn’t have been possible without your fundraising support.  Thank you.  Our new technology will help immensely with the implementation of a brand new MATH ENRICHMENT program that is coming our way in the new year…stay tuned for more information.


From School Council…

Thank you for your continued support of our fundraising activities.  We want to thank our many volunteers who organize a variety hot lunch options and different sales campaigns. 


Our next hot lunch order forms are due on December 8thAbsolutely NO late orders will be accepted. We know that you will understand how difficult it is to manage the large quantity of orders and the need to establish a cut-off date.


You will be receiving our School Fundraising Survey in a separate e-mail. Please complete the survey as soon as you can.  Your input helps determine which fundraisers we will pursue and how the money will be spent.


Indigo Love of Reading Adopt a School Results

Thank you all for your support during the Adopt a School campaign.  We would like to thank the families who generously donated books to our school library during the campaign.  Mrs. Keimel will be purchasing $516.00 worth of new books for our students.  Thanks again!




Up-Coming Events:




November 23rd-December 10th

Holiday Heroes Drive

November 26, 2015

Knitwit Hat and Poinsettia Orders Due

November 27, 2015

Professional Activity Day (No School)

December 2, 2015

Spirit Event: Pyjama Day

December 8, 2015

Hot Lunch Orders Due-Final deadline

December 8, 2015

Poinsettia Orders available for pick up.



September 23, 2015
Posted: 9/23/2015 4:38:17 PM

O.M.MacKillop Update

September 23, 2015


School Crossing Guards needed.  The Town of Richmond Hill is having difficulty filling the crossing guard positions that are available in our area.  Leo, our crossing guard on Rumble, broke his leg and his position has remained unfilled.  If you are interested in this job or know of someone who might be, please contact the Town of Richmond Hill directly.   The salary starts at $13.50/hr with allowances for travel and possible attendance bonus.


September is Childhood Cancer Awareness MonthNext week we will be encouraging students to donate a twoonie $2.00 to wear a hat all day on Tuesday.  The money donated will go to Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer  (OPACC).  You can read more about the work this organization does on their website.   We also encourage students and staff to wear yellow or gold on Tuesday and Wednesday to wrap up the month.


Terry Fox Walk/Run.  We will have our Terry Fox walk next Wednesday as originally planned.  Donations for the Terry Fox Foundation are welcomed and this year there is an on-line donation option offered by  the Terry Fox Foundation for your convenience.


Lunch Programs…all lunch orders are due by September 25th.  We need help for Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Please let us know if you can spare 30-60 minutes on one of these days…or both!


School Council News- 

Our meeting dates for this school year are as follows:

Monday, October 5—elections held this meeting

Monday, November 2

Monday, January 11

Monday, February 1

Monday, April 4

Monday, May 2

Monday, June 6

We are looking for parents to provide input regarding our outdoor learning spaces (Mustang Meadows and the Outdoor Classroom).  Please let us know if you are interested in being a part of the focus group.


Grade 8 Graduation Celebrations Committee:  Are you interested in being a part of the planning team for the grade 8 year end celebrations?  If so, please e-mail Sheryl Young with your availability and contact information.  Sheryl is a parent with students in grades 8 and 5 here at MacKillop.


School Photo Day---new date!  Our photo day will now be on October 5th.  This change has been done to accommodate our new cross country date (October 8th).


Indigo. Adopt-a-school!  Keep adopting us and tell your friends to adopt us too.  We moved from 18th to 17th place this afternoon.  We could win up to $10, 000.00 for our school library.



Be well,     Mrs. Linton, Principal20150923_131728[1].jpg

September 15, 2015
Posted: 9/21/2015 11:23:09 AM

Our first full week of school is over, can you believe it?


Things are already in full swing here and we wanted to inform you of some of the activities that are going on or are on the horizon.


In addition to these e-mails, you can look at our website for school information.  On the site you will find an events calendar, news from the School Council, updates from YRDSB, reminders about special activities and all sorts of forms (lunch, field trip, etc.).  When you visit the school website please take a moment to sign up for the commercial content e-mails.  If you do, we can send you reminders about payments for photo days, field trips, lunches, and more.


Information about our lunch programs will be sent home this week.  This year you can choose from weekly pizza, hot dogs, subs, popcorn and Lunch Lady.  We will have special cookie days throughout the year.  The lunch programs are fundraisers that support a variety of activities in the school including: Scientists in the Schools, Mathletes, Grade 8 celebrations, spirit days and the list goes on and on.


Our first School Council meeting will be this Monday, September 21st from 7pm-9pm.  The agenda can be found on our website: 


Students have started joining clubs and sports teams.  Our cross country team is up and running…”up and running” get it? LOL.  Practices are Mondays and Wednesdays 3:35-4:10 and Thursdays during morning recess.  If you child would like to participate, they must have you sign a permission form that is available for pick up in the office.  The area meet is on October 7th and the regional meet is October 14th.


Our Student Voice group is taking new members.  We need to hear what our students have to say in order to make our school and this world a better place.  Please encourage your child to join the Student Voice group.


September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month.  It is also the month that we have our annual Terry Fox run/walk.  I am looking for parent volunteers to help organize our Terry Fox walk/run.  Our run/walk will be held on September 30th.  On September 29 and 30th, students and staff will be encouraged to wear GOLD or YELLOW in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness month.  Our students will be able to wear a hat in school all day (Caps for Cancer) on September 29th if they donate $2.00 or more.  The money will be donated to Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer OPACC.  I am the mom of a child diagnosed with cancer.  I am here to support you and anyone you know who may have to deal with this terrible reality.


Do you have an hour or two available to spare?  We are always looking for volunteers.  Perhaps you could listen to a child read, hand out pizza, shop for hot dog buns.  If you have some free time we would love you to support our students.  A volunteer working in the school or directly with students will need to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening report.  Please see Mrs. Papadopoulos or Mrs. Diamond in the office if you are interested and we will provide you with a letter to take to the police station. 


Well, that’s it for this week.


Be well




End of Year Update
Posted: 6/24/2015 6:50:00 PM


A Wonderful Year:

It is unbelievable that we have already reached the end of the school year.  I want to thank you all for the incredible support that you have given me during my first year at MacKillop.


The staff, students and I have already started meeting about next school year and plans to partner with the Marlies, start a primary/junior soccer club, put together some hockey teams, have a Math Olympics day and lots more.  Let’s hope that everyone comes back to school safe, sound and rested for a new and exciting year.


Grade 8s, we will miss you as you head onto high school.  You are a super group of kids and on Monday we saw what a wonderful group of young adults you are becoming.  K-7 students, you are amazing too and I am looking forward to seeing you in the new school year.  Enjoy a wonderful summer!



Please encourage your child to look through our lost and found items to claim their property.  All items will be collected on Friday and donated to charity.  You are welcome to come in yourself to look through the tables of clothes and shoes before 3pm on Friday.


On-Line Cash Payments:

Our school will be accepting online payments through School Cash Online starting in September.  School related expenses such as hot lunches, field trips and fundraisers will be online  for you to make payment.  Watch for more information coming soon.


Vacations at the beginning of the school year:

If your child will not be starting school on the first day, September 8, 2015, please send us an e-mail or letter as soon as possible.  We must know if your child will be attending even if they are at school on the first day or we will need to remove them from our register.


Promotion Letters:

We still have several promotion letters in the office for students who were not in class this week.  The letters contain attendance information and grade placement information for September.  The promotion letters will be filed in each student’s individual record (OSR) and will be the legal notification of promotion to the next grade.  If you haven’t seen your child’s promotion letter please ask them for it or pick it up in the main office.



Are you moving this summer?  If so, please send us your new address so that we can update our files. Our staffing depends on accurate registration numbers.  It helps us to know early if your child will be attending another school in the fall.


End of Year Assembly and Clap-Out

We will be viewing the year end slide show tomorrow and celebrating Gordon (our crossing guard) and the teachers who are leaving MacKillop this year.  We will have a limited number of seats available for parents who might like to join us at 9:30 a.m.  The assembly will run until 10:45.



June 12, 2015
Posted: 6/12/2015 4:08:31 PM

The fun continues at MacKillop and yesterday was another amazing day for all of us. 


At the beginning of the day we sent over 60 athletes from grades 4-8 to the area track and field competition. 


Well done MacKillop jumpers, runners and throwers. We had some fabulous results at the area meet. All participants put forward their best effort on the playing field. The following athletes earned a ribbon.

Alisha 3rd in 100m and 5th in running long

Serenity 2nd in ball throw                

Callum 1st in 400m

Tom 2nd in running long

Ryan 6th in 100m

Sofia F 1st in 400m and 3rd in 100m

and Sara R 1st in running long

Tom, Serenity, Callum, Sofia, and Sara will be going to regionals!


Thank you to Ms Nguyen, Ms Painter, Ms Soper and Ms Yu for taking the students to the event.  Thanks also to Mrs. McClelland for delivering the pita lunches to the athletes.


We finished the day with our annual Fun Fair.  I know from the smiles seen and laughter heard that everyone had a great time.  The rock bands and talent show were incredibly entertaining…we have such a talented group of students here at MacKillop.  Mr. Potyok, the kids that you have trained ROCK!  Thank you to Ms Jyoti and her team of volunteers for organizing this year’s fun fair.  We can’t wait for you to do it all again next June. The following prize baskets were not claimed last night.  Please bring in your ticket to the office to claim your basket.


Craft table #7234339

Lego Star Wars #2734104

Patio Party #7276829

Candyman #8776519


Lunch Program End Dates:


Pita lunch=June 11th

Sub lunch=June 18th

Milk delivery=June 19th

Lunch Lady lunch=June 22nd

Pizza lunch=June 23rd

Hot Dog lunch=June 24th


The Bike Fest will be held on June 19th.  Bikes will be stored in the gym during the school day. You can still sign up!


Our tradition at MacKillop is to recognize our graduating students by sending them off to summer vacation with a full school clap out.  The change in the schedule for June 25th has impacted many grade eights who were heading to camp after the historical early dismissal.  This year our clap out will occur at noon in order to celebrate all of the grade 8s.  Classes will still continue in the afternoon for students who are not signed out by a parent.


Finally, for this week, it is the time to share with you the staff members who will not be returning to MacKillop next year.


We want to thank our temporary staff for their dedication and efforts to support the children at our school.  Some of these staff members might return in September if we are fortunate however, we wish them all well in whatever new post comes their way.  Farewell to Mr. Chu, Ms Ge, Ms Gelman, Ms Martchenkov and Ms Yu.


Ms Wirth has accepted a position at a school much closer to her home.  Bonne chance, Madame!


Last but not least, Mrs. Bowden has decided to retire after many years in the teaching profession.  She has been an outstanding educator and has always been a strong advocate for the students who need a champion.  So long to our dear friend and colleague.  Pedal fast and pedal long.


Up-Coming Events:



Monday, June 15

Rock bands concert 11:15-12:55

Wednesday, June 17

Scientists in School grades 5/6

Friday, June 19

Grade 8 Trip

Friday, June 19

Bike Fest 2015

May 22, 2015
Posted: 5/22/2015 2:28:23 PM

There have been lots of amazing things happening at MacKillop.  Our junior and intermediate students participated in our Mustang PanAm track and field games today and everyone showed great spirit and effort.  Thank you to all the volunteers who made this event possible and to Mrs. Painter for organizing the entire day with the help of students and staff.


Two of our Mustangs were recognized last night at YRDSB awards ceremonies.  Sarni R. in grade 8 received recognition by the Educators for Tamil Students’ Success of YRDSB group for her academic excellence, sportsmanship and citizenship.  Aaron W. in grade 6 received a ‘Yes, I Can’ award for his academic excellence.  We are very proud of our students.  This is just the beginning of award season and we know that many more students will be honoured with special recognition this year.


The Parent, Family and Community Engagement Advisory Committee is looking for a new parent representative from the Central area.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please follow the link to our website for more information.


Did you receive information about the grade 1- 6 Bike Fest?  There is still time to register your child.  This event will only be held if there is sufficient interest.  Bikes can’t be shared for this event.  Click here for more information.


The Fun Fair is Coming!  The Fun Fair is Coming! 

 Please ask your youngest child for the Fun Fair notice that was sent home this week.  We are looking forward to another amazing event.  If you can volunteer an hour of your time to prepare for the fair or to supervise an activity it would be greatly appreciated.  Perhaps you can do simple henna art, help with our painting activity, run a game, hand out water bottles OR make sure that the students are throwing under hand when they try to hit Mrs. Linton in the face with a wet sponge, if you can do any of these things then we want YOU!  Let us know if you are available to help.  


Up-Coming Events:



Mon., May 25 – Fri., May 29

Bike to School and Work Week

Friday, May 29th

Grade 7s to AMHS

Wednesday, June 3rd

Food orders for Fun Fair Due

Thursday, June 4th

Welcome to Kindergarten 5:30

Friday, June 5th

PA day-no school for students

Monday, June 8th

Primary Play Day

Tuesday, June 9th

Scientist in the School gr. 7&8

Thursday, June 11th

Area Track & Field

Thursday, June 11th

MacKillop Fun Fair

May 3, 2015
Posted: 6/12/2015 4:09:57 PM

School News:


Our Spring Showcase will take place on Thursday, May 7th at 7:00 pm in the gym. For the families who cannot make it later in the day, we would like to invite you to our daytime performance at 11:25 am. This is a change in time from what was originally communicated.


For the evening performance, we encourage all students to be at the school by 6:30 pm in their homeroom classes.


Please click this link to let us know which performance you will be attending and how many people will be coming.  We have to adhere to the Fire Code and will only be able to admit a restricted number of people into the gym.  If possible, please plan to attend the daytime performance.


R.S.V.P. – by Wednesday, May 6th please. Spring showcase seat reservation request


This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.  Students and staff will be engaged in a variety of activities focusing on mental well-being.


This is the framework used in YRDSB when discussing mental wellness.  If you would like a copy please e-mail the school or drop by to pick up a copy in the office.



We welcome Tribal Vision to O.M.MacKillop on Friday, May 8th.  This is an Aboriginal group of artists who will share their multimedia presentation “Visions of Turtle Island” with all of our students.  The performance includes live singing and dancing in Powwow and Haudenosaunee styles, ending with the ever popular Hoop Dance.  The presentation will be first thing in the morning. 


Up-Coming Events:



May 4, 2015

Our Voice Student Conference (Two students will represent MacKillop accompanied by Mrs. Montgomery at this conference that looks at innovation in education.  Our Voice: Our Future)

May 7, 2015

Spring Showcase

May 8, 2015

Tribal Vision performance for all students

School Council Reminders
Posted: 4/7/2015 9:01:04 PM

Dear Families,


We hope you enjoyed your long weekend!  This is a friendly reminder of a few things.


Session 3 Lunch Programs

Please note that our new session of pizza, hot dogs, Mr. Sub and Extreme Pita lunches started this week.  If you have any last minute orders, please send them in with your payment.


Bag2School Clothing Drive

Our Bag2School clothing drive is under way this week and we already saw amazing results this morning with the number of bags being brought in.  A lot of spring cleaning happened this past weekend!  Our drop off dates are as follows:


Wednesday, April 8, 8:30am - 9:05am and 3:35pm - 4pm

Thursday, April 9, 8:30am - 9:05am


It is during these times that we have grade 8 students available to help bring heavy bags to our gym stage.  The Bag2School truck is arriving for pick-up on Thursday, April 9.  If you are donating any clothes, please bring in your bags before noon on Thursday.  The grade 8 students, staff and parents thank you for supporting their fundraiser.


Big Box of Cards Fundraiser

Our Big Box of Cards Fundraiser is coming to an end on Monday, April 13.  All orders for boxes of cards with payment should be returned to the school by this date.  Keep your sample box if you are placing orders as it will be included as one of your orders.  If you are not purchasing your box of cards or you don’t have any orders, please return your sample box to the school.  We will begin processing orders next week.


Parent Workshop Speakers

O.M. MacKillop PS has partnered with Silver Pines PS and Pleasantville PS to bring 3 amazing speakers to our schools April 23, April 29 and May 21.  Don’t forget to RSVP for these parent workshops.  Click on this link for further details and to RSVP for each workshop.  For each workshop you attend, you will receive an entry into our raffle draw for a great prize.


School Council Meeting - Monday, April 23, 7 - 9pm

Our next school council meeting is on Monday, April 23 from 7 - 9pm.  Please join us as we discuss various topics including our fundraising initiatives and how funds will be spent.  We also receive updates from our principal, Ms. Linton and our teacher representative, Ms. Bowden.  Should you need babysitting for school aged kids during our meeting, please notify us at 905 884-5711 by Friday, April 10, so that we can arrange for babysitters.


Thank you for supporting our school council initiatives and your child’s school.


The School Council Executive




April 1, 2015
Posted: 4/1/2015 5:30:26 PM

School News:


On Thursday, April 2nd, staff and students will celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and are encouraged to wear BLUE.  Students will learning about Autism through the morning announcements and class lessons during the month of April as we have dedicated this month to understanding the lives of people living with Autism.


Spring is in the air.  Ewww, there is a nasty smell too.

Each spring and late winter the school receives a number of complaints or inquiries concerning the "bad smell" coming from the surface water in school yards.  Sometimes the water has a yellow or green-brown color.  This natural process also occurs on wet grassed surfaces when the top layer (1”or less) thaws while the materials below this point are still frozen. A wet ground that suddenly freezes under snow or ice followed by periods of thaws and then freezing over the grass and plant material sets up a decomposition cycle similar to that in a bog or swamp. The odour can be mild, smell like rotting manure, sewage or even have a chemical smell.  While this is not a pleasant experience for those who have to deal with the wet and dirty clothes or remain in proximity to the odour, it is not harmful.  It is however, important for children to avoid puddles and muddy areas as there could be other things unseen in the water or mud such as pet feces, garbage or sharp materials. Students must play only on the paved areas to avoid the tracking in of the decomposing materials on clothes and boots and the other potential dangers mentioned. We realize that this spring phenomenon will cause you to do more laundry as you try to keep your child’s clothing clean and odour free.  We appreciate your time to help to keep things as fresh as possible.


Spring Parent Workshops 2015


O.M. MacKillop PS, Pleasantville PS and Silver Pines PS have once again partnered together to bring to our families a series of parent workshops by 3 amazing speakers this Spring.  These parent workshops are made possible by the Provincial Government’s Parents Reaching Out Grant. These workshops are free!


Dr. Shyamala Kiru, DMin, RMFT

Fostering Self Discipline: Surviving A Culture of Over Indulgence

Date:  Thursday, April 23, 7 – 9pm

Location:  O.M. MacKillop PS, 206 Lucas Street


Dr. Kiru is a Clinical Fellow with the American and Ontario Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.  She holds a Masters in Counseling and a Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.  In addition to her private practice, she is a mental health consultant for a York Region Private School and is a media expert for sources such as Chatelaine, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star, and consults as an expert on the panel of Discovery Channel’s Canada’s Worst Driver.


During Shyamala’s parent workshop, you will discover:

·          Why self discipline is critical to success

·          The correlation between over indulgence and anxiety

·          How to identify anxiety in a culture of over indulgence

·          Simple strategies to help kids develop self discipline


Alyson Shafer

Honey I Wrecked The Kids

Date:  Wednesday, April 29, 7 – 9pm

Location:  Silver Pines PS, 112 Stave Crescent


Alyson Shafer is a psychotherapist, best selling author and internationally acclaimed parenting expert with an approach that empowers families to live as a democratic unit.  Her style is fast, witty, warm and engaging.  She is the resident expert on The Marilyn Denis Show, CTV News Channel and


Alyson will teach us the 4 misbehaviour dances we do with our children and how to get out of them.  Learn why punishment and rewards no longer work with this generation.  Learn new effective discipline techniques to feel more confident and positive about parenting.


Michelle Cassidy

Building Resiliency in Family Life

Date:  Thursday, May 21, 7 – 9pm

Location:  Pleasantville PS, 400 Mill Street


Michelle Cassidy is a Mental Health Expert with the York Region Board of Education.


Michelle’s workshop examines how to manage stress, building our coping skills and promote positive mental health for you and your family.


If you are interested in attending any of these workshops, please RSVP by clicking the link to complete the registration form.  For each workshop you attend, you will receive one entry into a draw for a great prize.


Babysitting will be provided for school-aged children. 

Thank you,


O.M. MacKillop School Council



Happy Easter and Passover to those of you observing these Holy Days starting this weekend.


Up-Coming Events:




April 2, 2015

Autism Awareness Day

April 3, 2015

No School – Good Friday

April 6, 2015

No School – Easter Monday

March 3, 2015 Head Lice
Posted: 3/3/2015 11:57:51 AM​

At this time of year, many students may have come into contact with a student who has pediculosis (head lice). Head lice are common in school-aged children. They are not considered to be a communicable disease and do not cause illness, however they are a nuisance and can spread easily.  Anyone can get them.


This information link:​​ from the Canadian Pediatric Society contains more information about the identification, treatment and prevention of head lice.  


We encourage you to check your child’s head. If your child has nits (eggs) and/or live lice, we request that you notify the school and apply treatment as soon as possible. Your child can continue to attend school when they are free of live pediculosis and when treatment has begun.


For further information about head lice, please contact York Region Health Connections at 1-800-361-5653.​ 

February 11, 2015
Posted: 2/11/2015 5:15:41 PM

1.We are already planning for the 2015-2016 school year.  Please complete this survey if you have a student at our school in grades JK-7. 

Returning Students Survey


2.Our Winter Walk activity was a huge success today.  We are motivated to help all O.M. MacKillop students move a little bit more each and every day.  Our new school-wide DPA (daily physical activity) program will start on February 17th with leadership from our grade 7 & 8 students.


3. Spoken Word Poetry has hit MacKillop!  Our student team placed 2nd at the area semi-final competition and we are awaiting word to hear if our team will move to the finals.  You can support your child’s literacy development by helping them “play” in this arts based language form.  How about creating an Ode to the Kitchen Table or an Ode to the Softest Tissue When You Have A Cold?  Have fun, be silly and just start writing.​

February 4, 2015
Posted: 2/6/2015 11:42:46 AM


The School Council has raised funds for two arts presentations this year. The first of the performances will occur on February 10th (100th day of school!).  With staff input, the Leslie McCurdy performances about Harriet Tubman were selected to be shared with our students. 

 We will have a slightly revised schedule on Tuesday to accommodate the performances.

 Recess10:30-10:50 outside, 10:50-11:00 inside for snack


11:00-12:05        Grades 3-8

Second PerformanceHARRIET IS MY HERO    

12:15-12:55        Grades Kdg-2

 Study guides are available if you are interested at: 

 Thank you for your contributions to the fundraising events at O.M.MacKillop.  These shows are possible because of your generosity. 

 Due to the strict maximum audience size of the performances, we are unable to have parents attend the Harriet is My Hero presentation.  If you would like to see The Spirit of Harriet Tubman performance, please RSVP to the school via e-mail reply.  A limited number of seats will be available for parents.​

January 19-23, 2015
Posted: 2/6/2015 7:23:52 PM

This is a reminder that forms for our February 4th activity day to Snow Valley are due this Friday January 23, 2015.   Please note that we require the majority of students to participate to ensure this day can take place.


As reference for you, below are details of the day.  If you require another form, please contact the office.


Details of the day:

Where:          Snow Valley, Barrie, Ontario

When:           Wednesday February 4, 2015

Time:              Arrive at the school at 7:30am, bus will leave            at approximately 8am and return at 5pm


Other:             Lunch is not included.  Please bring lunch or money for lunch.


Options/Cost:   All prices include bus transportation.  Regardless of the activity chosen, all students are required to wear a helmet.  Grade4/5 Snow Pass cannot be used.


Skiing/snowboarding no rentals required       $46

Ski with rentals                                                     $58

Snowboard with rentals                                      $64

Helmet rental                                                       $3

(To note, if you are renting skis or snowboard equipment, the cost of a helmet rental is included)

Tubing/Snowshoeing                                           $45 




Up-Coming Events:




Monday, Jan. 26th

Jr. Volleyball - vs. Beynon Fields

Home Game 3:35pm – 5pm

Tuesday, Jan.  27th

Swim to Survive (grade 3/4)


Girls basketball practice


Thursday, Jan. 29th

Jr. Volleyball practice

8am – 9am


Girls Intermediate basketball practice 3:30pm – 5pm

Friday, Jan. 30th

Senior boys Basketball  3:35pm – 5pm

Monday, Feb. 2nd

P.A. Day



Hallowe'en Dance-Student Voice
Posted: 2/6/2015 7:19:08 PM

​On Friday October 31st, we are having a Fall Dance with a Halloween theme! 

If your child does not participate in Halloween, they are still welcome to come to the dance. However, there will be an alternative activity room for any child to play in if they would not like to be at the dance. Activities such as movies and/or board games will be planned for children in the activity room. 

If your child is in grades kindergarten to 2 they are scheduled for the dance/activity room during periods 2 and 3 which is 9:30-10:30 AM. 

If your child is in grades 3 to 6 they will be participating in the fun during periods 4 and 5 which is at 11:55 to 12:55 PM and grades 7-8 are scheduled for 2:15-3:15 pm which is periods 7 and 8. 

We hope that everyone enjoys a fun Fall activity 

on Friday. 

From your Student Voice : )

October 27, 2014
Posted: 2/6/2015 7:20:41 PM

Each year, many of our students celebrate the long-standing tradition of Halloween. 

Students celebrating this occasion in costume at our school must comply with the Safe School’s policy. Costume accessories including, but not limited to, toy guns, knives, axes, swords, etc. are not in compliance with York Region District School Board’s Safe Schools Policy #668.0. 

Please note that this policy applies to all students at all levels, including Kindergarten.

October 3, 2014
Posted: 2/6/2015 7:13:00 PM

​Thank you all for your response to the communication survey.

Based on your feedback we will send SHORT weekly 

updates.  Longer updates will posted on the website.

Our Mustangs can run!  Congratulations to the students who 

participated in the area Cross Country Meet this week.  We 

have three students who qualified for the Regional Meet.

We have earned a Silver Level Medal for our work as an Eco-

School.  This is the 5th year that we have participated in the 

Eco-Schools initiative.  Keep Green.

Our BBQ for Curriculum Night has been cancelled due to 

very low orders.  Curriculum Night class visits will still 


October 6th   School Council Meeting everyone is invited 7:00pm

October 7th   Picture Day

October 9th   Curriculum Night 6:30pm-7:30pm

October 10th Regional Cross Country meet 

Have a safe weekend.​

September 29, 2014
Posted: 2/6/2015 7:17:08 PM

​WOW!  Where has the month gone?  It is hard to believe that it is already the end of September.

Last week we participated in the school-wide Terry Fox Run/Walk and with your generosity, we have surpassed our goal of raising $500.00 for cancer research.  

In recognition of childhood cancer awareness month, the MacKillop staff and students have committed to wearing GOLD or yellow tomorrow, September 30th.  It is a very fitting way to recognize the children in our lives who are champions. 

My own son, was diagnosed with cancer 1.5 years ago when he was in grade eight.  As a family, we know how simple gestures by others help us though challenging times; the simple gesture of wearing GOLD or yellow tomorrow will help many others too.

This week is Safety Week in YRDSB.  

Next week we will be having our School Council elections at the meeting on October 6, 2014 at 7pm.  Please join us, it is a very inclusive group and all are welcome to attend.  Babysitting is available.

On October 9th, all families are invited to our BBQ and curriculum night.  Your child/children will be taking home a flyer about the BBQ today.  Please ask for it if it isn’t shared with you when you get home.

Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or the office if you have any questions pertaining to information shared in this bulletin.  

Be well, 

Jacqueline Linton


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