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May 2022

Student Daily COVID Screener

Please continue to screen daily for Covid symptoms.

School-Day is here!

Sign up for School-Day: Permissions & Payments!

Limestone is excited to offer our families a new secure portal to complete permissions and payments online. With School-Day: Permissions & Payments, you will be able to complete permission forms and payments from any web browser using your SmartPhone, tablet, laptop or desktop.

Through this new online portal, you will be able to pay for items such as:

  • Field trips

  • Sporting events

  • Student cards/athletic fees

  • Hot lunch

The new easy-to-use portal will remove the risks associated with sending money to school with students, the frustration of lost or missing permission forms, and significantly reduce the amount of paper our school consumes.

A School-Day Introduction Letter was sent home for each child on April 25th. Use the instructions in it to sign up for a School-Day account at and connect to your child’s events and activities.

If you have any questions, please contact the school.

With your support, we look forward to a successful implementation of this practical application!

"...We may be different, but that doesn’t make us rivals. Let’s stop polarizing and start empathizing. Be there for each other when times are hard and be ready to listen. You don’t have to agree to understand, and you don’t have to fix it to help..."

#GetReal. Before you weigh in, tune in.

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MAY 2-6

May Hot Lunch Menu

Please note that there will be a pizza lunch provided on May 4.

The wrap lunch (chicken ceasar or havarti cheese), originally planned for May 4 will be moved to June 1st for anyone that ordered. Thank you for your understanding.

May 11 - chicken pot pie

May 18 - rice pilaf with chickpeas & side tomato salad

May 25 - Hotel burger with choice of fries or salad (veggie burger option available)

May 4 - LCVI Road Race

Please be sure to return your permssion form by May 3!

Best of luck to all of our MPS runners!'s about participation and being active!

A big shout out to Mr. B for organizing running club in preparation for Road Race and Track & Field!

May 11 - Community Garden

The Wolfe Island Community Garden is getting ready for the season with more focus on native plants and Indigenous teachings. Marysville's K-4 class will be at The Garden sowing tobacco seeds with Kelly Maracle, LDSB's VP of Indigenous Ed. & Reconciliation Lead, and Liv Rondeau, LDSB's Elementary Indigenous Student Support & Engagement teacher.

Ms. E's 5-7 class will be offering the Thanksgiving Address for the opening of The Garden.

May 12 - Gr 7 Immunizations

KFL&A Public Health will be at MPS to administer the next round of immunizations for grade 7 students. Please ensure your child has a healthy breakfast and wears a short sleeve shirt.

May 17 - Dental Screening

See notice below from KFL&A Public Heath.
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May 24-26 - EQAO

The Ministry's Grade 3 & 6 EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) assessments will take place on-line over the course of the 3 days.
Information for Parents and Guardians About the EQAO Primary- and Junior-Division Assessments


The Science Quest team from Queen's University will be at MPS for science, engineering, and technology workshops! The workshops contain exciting demonstrations, interactive experiments, and hands-on projects tied to the Ontario Science curriculum expectations.

Grade K-4: Properties of liquids and solids

Grade 5/6: Conservation of energy and resources

Grade 7: Pure Substances

May 30 - Track & Field

Running club will continue as students begin training for track & field events. Please be sure to have appropriate clothing and running shoes at school. More information about the event will be sent home once details are finalized.

June 1 - School Council Meeting

Our next School Council meeting has been rescheduled for June 1 @ 3:00pm. Meetings will remain virtual and are open to all parents/guardians. If you are interested in joining, please contact the school and a link will be sent to your email.


Students will be participating in a Cardboard Challenge, an initiative designed to promote recycling, teamwork, and creativity. Students will be building large items out of cardboard.

You can support this initiative by simply sending in some of your household cardboard waste. Boxes from large items are very helpful, but so are smaller, uniquely shaped items. Cereal boxes, paper towel tubes, tissue boxes, and other common household cardboard items will not go to waste! We will be accepting cardboard donations until the end of May.

Earth Day Clean-up!

What a great job cleaning up around the school grounds and Community Centre!


Mrs. Beers' K-4 class used onomatopoeia in a poem called Conversation.

Who said “Only people talk?”

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a busy Woodworking group!

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kindergarten registration

Starting Kindergarten is an exciting time for everyone. Limestone schools are ready to welcome your student to a wonderful new world of learning and growing. Find out more here:
Kindergarten Registration for September 2022