Office News

Bus Info

Important Dates

Sept 2 - First day of classes (gr. 1-6)

Sept 4 - First day for SK

Sept 8 - First day for all JK

Sept 11 - Meet the Teacher

Sept 17 - School Council

Sept 24 - Terry Fox Run

School Presentation

MFI Presentation

FDK Presentation

IEP guide

Student Transfer Parent guide

BYOD

EQAO Results

Mutchmor's 2012-2013 EQAO results can be downloaded here or accessed from www.eqao.com

TTFM Survey Results

Here are the 2012-2013 results. For more info, see our WITS page.

 

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Register all summer long!

Welcome to Mutchmor PS.  Our office is closed for the summer, and it re-opens August 25.

You may register your child for school all summer by contacting the OCDSB Admissions Department (613-596-8730). It is located at 133 Greenbank Road. You may also visit our board's website at www.ocdsb.ca. To register your child, you need your child's:

  • proof of age
  • proof of address
  • health card
  • immunization record

If English is not your first language, you are new to Canada, returning from abroad or from a French language school board, please call our Family Reception Centre at 613-239-2416 to make an appointment.

Mutchmor Lunch Monitor Needed
Mutchmor creates a safe and caring environment for students.  We supervise students during eating times and during recess times. Part of recess involves students crossing to the field across 4th Avenue. For more information about the position, view our LTM presentation. Join us as our Lunch Time Monitor for one hour a day (11:15 - 12:15 or 2:00 - 3:00 pm daily, or let us know what days you are available).  This is a paid position.  To apply for the position, please complete the following forms and submit them to our school's main office:

WITS Program

Our school uses the WITS program to help us solve our problem and strengthen our relationships.  WITS stands for Walk away, Ignore, Talk it out, and Seek Help.  For more information about our program, visit our W.I.T.S. page.  You can also visit this webpage, where the WITS organizers in BC have recognized and shared our creative ideas!

For our school WITS activities, see our school's WITS page, or check out our work from 2013-2014:

Bring Back Our Girls - grade 6 global initiative and fundraising in Ms. McKay's class

Mutchmor grade 6 students in Ms. McKay's class show they care at the Bring Back Our Girls rally on Parliament Hill (May 22). The class has selected a charity 'Because I Am A Girl' to help them take action, in support of sending a girl to school. They will be selling items for their fundraising efforts

 

Math Contests and Mutchmor Students

In March, a number of Mutchmor students took part in the Kangaroo Math Contest. The purpose of this competition is to introduce youngsters from grade 1 to grade 12 to math challenges. The competition is held yearly in the following Canadian cities: Calgary, Charlottetown (new), Coquitlam, Edmonton,Guelph (new), Halifax, Lethbridge (new), London, Montreal, Mississauga, North Bay, Ottawa, Regina (new), St. Catharines(new), Scarborough, Sherbrooke (new), St. John's, Sudbury,Sydney (new), Thunder Bay, Toronto, Vancouver (new),Waterloo (new), and Winnipeg.

Students in Mrs. Sheehy's class, Noor and Patrick,  both received a bronze medal for their achievements. Zander finished 5th overall in Canada, and he placed as the top grade 2 student in Ottawa. Well done representing our school!  Click here to see local results.

Mutchmor Ranked 2nd in OCDSB by Fraser Institute

The Fraser Institute released its annual elementary school rankings and Mutchmor ranks 2nd in the OCDSB and 9th out of all schools in Ottawa.  Click here for the Ottawa Citizen story.  Click here for the full Fraser Report.

Setting goals with an Olympian – Katie Weatherston

Grade 3 – 6 students had a special opportunity to spend time with an Olympic athlete and a chance to visit the main hall at GNAG!  Katie Weatherston was a member of the 2006 gold-medal Women’s Hockey team.  She challenged students to set short-term goals to reach their long-term goals. Students identified long-term goals such as “I want to run a marathon” or “I want to be a doctor”, and Katie challenged them to write 7 short-term goals to help them achieve it: “I will join a running club” or “I will check my work for spelling 5 times”.

Katie emphasized the importance of being on time, courageous, disciplined and consistent every day.  She encouraged them not to let anything stop them from achieving their goals, and left them with a final thought from Babe Ruth: You just can’t beat the person who never gives up.

Students had a moment to view Katie’s Olympic and national medals, along with the Olympic torch she carried, prior to heading back to school.

Adult Crossing Guard Employment Opportunity

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Construction Through the Eyes of Grade 1 and 2 Students: By: Sediq and Eli (Mrs. Hodges’ grade 1/2 class)

The construction is amazing! The tools they have are very cool. We saw the windows covered with black sheets. All the bricks are coming down from the big gym. There were bangs when they were banging big metal hammers into the ground. We saw lots of metal beams. The trees are cut down because they have a disease and there are stumps. We saw a new shed for Mr. Gobeo in the primary yard.

This week, we saw a crane and big pieces of wood. We think the wood is for the building. The hallway to the big gym is blocked off now. We go into the small gym to get to the big gym now. The builders are trying to make our school bigger. Maybe the workers will stop working today and make a snowman or a snow fort. 

Eli (grade 1) and Sediq (grade 2) are students in Mrs. Hodges’ grade 1/2 class at Mutchmor PS. Her class plans to visit our construction site regularly as part of their Language Arts program.  Using the school’s iPads, they are taking photos to record the changes on our school yard, and they are talking about their construction observations back in class. Mrs. Hodges is using our project as the authentic topic for her students’ writing. They have started daily writing, and they hope to use a blog to share it with a bigger audience soon. For more informaton about our Big Move, visit our Big Move page.