Education Week, May 6 - 10
Music Monday, May 6
Volunteer Breakfast, May 8, 8 a.m.
Open House, May 8, 9 - 10 a.m.
Cake Walk, May 10
Track & Field Tournament, May 15
Please find the City of on our newsletter page. For bus route information and up to date inquiries concerning bus delays, Please visit the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority (OSTA) at
Please find the City of
on our newsletter page.
For bus route information and up to
date inquiries concerning bus delays,
Please visit the Ottawa Student Transportation
Authority (OSTA) at
Welcome to Stittsville Public School!
Principal: Michael Malek
We offer English and Early French Immersion programs for students from JK to Grade 6. Early French Immersion entry point is Senior Kindergarten. Before and after school programmes are available at the attached Andrew Fleck Daycare.
If your child is ill and not attending school, please call the school line (613-836-2818) and leave a message on the machine or with the office administrator. In order to monitor the spread of flu, we ask that you please detail the symptoms of the illness.
Allergy Alert Classrooms: On occasions, such as student birthdays, baked goods often arrive to school on the day of the event (e.g., cupcakes for a birthday). While we all love surprises, this type of surprise poses a problem when considering safety and the enjoyment of all students in an allergy alert room. Should parents plan on sending treats for special days like birthdays, kindly provide the teachers with two or three days advanced notice, as well as a list of ingredients that are in the finished product, so that provisions may be made for allergy students. For some students, even the smell of the offending food can cause a severe reaction or death. Should no prior knowledge of foods be made available, parents may be asked to take the food back home, Alternate items to baked goods could be fuit or veggie plates, or favours such as stickers, fancy pencils, etc. Thanks so much for your cooperation.
Last Updated: April, 2013