New school hours for 2015-2016- 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
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Kindergarten Registration week of January 26th. We are still accepting Junior and Senior Kindergarten Registrations
Middle French Immersion Registration
March Break March 16 to 2
April 3 Good Friday, no school
April 6 Easter Monday, no school
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Welcome to Stittsville Public School!
Principal: Michael Malek
Vice Principal: Donna Boyle
Office Administrator: Gisele Waters
Office Assistant: Susie Massey
Chief Custodian: Peter Hammell
Starting September 2015 the school start time will be 8:30 am - 3:00 pm.
We offer English and Early French Immersion programs for students from JK to Grade 6. We offer Full Day Junior and Senior Kindergarten programs.
The Ottawa Carleton District School Board is pleased to announce that families at Stittsville Public School will continue to have the option of having their children (JK-Grade 6) attend and Extended Day Program operated by the OCDSB located at Frederick Banting Alternative School. Andrew Fleck Child Care Services will continue to offer an onsite program.
Transportation between Frederick Banting and Stittsville Public School will be provided for the Extended Day Program. Parents are responsible for transportation to the Extended Day Program before school and then again at pick up time.
The Extended Day Program will operate from 7:00 a.m. to the start of school and from end of school until 6:00 p.m. Andrew Fleck Child Care Service hours 7:00-5:30 PM.
Fees and Application Process
The fee for the 2015/16 school year will be $22.00 per day for both before and after school care. The AM fee only is $7.50 per day and the PM fee only is $14.50 per day. Extended Day Program fees are the responsibility of parents/guardians.
For more information, please visit the website at www.ocdsb.ca, and on the menu heading Programs, drop down to Extended Day Program.
Application Forms are available at Stittsville Public School andwww.ocdsb.ca website for the Frederick Banting location
Please do not hesitate to contact Eleanor Heap, Manager of the Early Learning Program at 613-239-2378 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org you have any questions regarding the Frederick Banting Extended Day Program.
The Andrew Fleck Child Care Services Extended Day program offers various options of care for families. The fees for 2014 are as follows: $21.82 per day (not including school holidays) for both before and after school care for children 6-12 years of age, the ratio is maximum 1 educator for every 15 children. The AM fee only is $8.12 per day and the PM fee is $13.70 per day. There is a separate program for kindergarten children; the ratio is maximum 1 educator for every 10 children. The fee for the kindergarten program is $30.86 per day (not including school holidays). The AM fee only is $12.00 per day and the PM fee only is $19.50 per day.
For the Andrew Fleck Child Care Services please register your child on the centralized waiting list at www.childcareinformation.ca.
Please contact Nancy Power-Fardy at 613-836-0325 if you have any questions about the Andrew Fleck Child Care Services Extended Day program at Stittsville Public School.
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.
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: October 23, 2014