Marysville Memo


Staffing update

Our French teacher Mme Scott, has accepted a full time teaching position at another site. We wish her all the best and thank her so much for helping get our students off to a successful start! We are in the processs of staffing this vacancy and will have an occasional teacher in the interim.

Daily Screening

As per the Ministry of Health and the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health:

  • Students should stay home when sick. Anyone who is feeling sick or has any new or worsening symptoms of illness (including COVID-19 symptoms) should stay home, until:
    • their symptoms have been improving for at least 24 hours (or 48 hours for nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea), and
    • they do not have a fever, and
    • they do not develop any additional symptoms.

  • For a total of 10 days after the start any illness symptom, students and staff should continue to wear a well-fitted mask in all public settings (including schools and childcare, unless under two years old) and avoid non-essential activities where mask removal is necessary.

  • Asymptomatic individuals with a positive COVID-19 test result do not need to stay home unless symptoms develop. If any symptoms develop, they should stay home and follow the recommended guidelines above.

  • Individuals attending school who are immunocompromised who are feeling sick, or have a positive test, should still stay home for 10 days from the start of any symptom or positive COVID result, whichever came first.

Apple orchard trip

A very special thank you to Bruce & Peggy for welcoming the K-4 class to their apple orchard, and making some delicious apple cider for us to taste!
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Running Club

Running Club will continue on school cycle days 1, 3, and 5, from 8:30am to 9:00am. Runners are encouraged to bring a pair of outdoor running shoes, extra socks, and a water bottle.

Our Cross Country meet for this season will be held on either Thursday, October 13 or Friday, October 14 (yet to be decided) at Fort Henry. Permission forms and more information will be sent home once the date has been determined. The following link to the Limestone School District’s Cross Country page will also continue to be updated as more information becomes available:

School cycle days 1, 3, and 5 are as follows:

  • Monday, Sept. 12 (Day 5)

  • Tuesday, Sept. 13 (Day 1)

  • Thursday, Sept. 15 (Day 3)

  • Monday, Sept. 19 (Day 5)

  • Tuesday, Sept. 20 (Day 1)

  • Thursday, Sept. 22 (Day 3)

  • Tuesday, Sept. 27 (Day 5)

  • Wednesday, Sept. 28 (Day 1)

  • Friday, Sept. 30 (Day 3)

  • Tuesday, Oct. 4 (Day 5)

  • Wednesday, Oct. 5 (Day 1)

  • Friday, Oct. 7 (Day 3)

  • Wednesday, Oct. 12 (Day 5)

  • Regional Cross Country Meet on Oct. 13 or Oct 14

Terry Fox Run


Marysville P.S. has proudly taken part in the Terry Fox Run since 1996. In that time our tiny school has raised over $23,000 for the Terry Fox Foundation!

This year we have set a school goal of $500. Please help us to continue Terry's legacy by donating to our school fundraising page at

Our event will begin at 9:00 am with a warm-up. The run/walk will follow the same course as in previous years. There are two routes, both of which are on and off school grounds. The first route is a 1 km walk through the village, and the second is a 4.5 km run or walk up the 7th Line Rd and back.

We encourage and welcome parents and other family/community members to participate and help supervise students along the way by walking, jogging or by cheering as individuals complete their run.

PA Day

Monday, September 26 - no classes today

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation


Students and staff will be attending the Truth and Recociliation gathering on Wolfe Island at 9:00am at the Hotel pier.

Students are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to school as we come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope because every child matters.

Orange Shirt Day is a day for Indigenous and non-Indigenous People to come together in the spirit of hope and reconciliation to honour former residential school students whose families and communities have been impacted by the policies and actions of the Government of Canada and the churches that operated the schools.

School Pictures


Remember to wear your smile!

Wednesday, October 5


We are so happy to be able to welcome families to come meet the staff, visit classrooms and tour our lovely little school!

There will be outdoor activities for families to enjoy as well!

Parent Council

School Councils are important partners in education. School Councils provide a forum through which parents and other members of school communities can contribute to improving student achievement and well-being and enhance the accountability of the education system.

Our School Council meets approximately four times a year, focusing on information sharing and discussion, and sometimes, how to improve student opportunities through fundraising. At each meeting, school administration provides an update on school-related activities and council members may identify topics of interest for presentation/discussion at future meetings or extra special interest sessions.

Please see below the call for nominations for the 2022-23 school year. Elections will take place at the first Council meeting - date to be determined.

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Fresh From the Farm fundraiser

The FFTF fundraiser is back again this year! Order forms will have been sent home with students and are due back at school no later than October 11th.

The delivery date will be scheduled between Nov 7-Dec 9. Families will be notified of the actual date as soon as it is confirmed.

All proceeds from this fundraiser will continue to fund or reduce the cost of things like admission costs and busing for field trips. Thank you in advance for supporting our fundraising efforts.


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