Welcome to the St. Paul School website.

Our school website is the central source of school news and information. Each grade has a designated area (blog) to allow the teachers and staff to keep you up to speed on what's going on in the classroom and the school. Please check the site frequently. Happy browsing!

School News

Registration for School Year 2018-2019

New Parent Information Night!

Tuesday, February 06, 2018 at 7pm in the gym.

An invitation to families who are interested in sending their child/children to St. Paul School. Application forms will be available during this time.

The meeting is intended for adults only.  You are respectfully requested to make arrangements for childcare. 

Thank you.

St. Paul School




Remembrance Day Assembly: Friday, Nov. 10 at 10:45am


Please join us for a special Remembrance Day assembly led by the Grade 7 Class tomorrow morning, Friday, at 10:45am, in the gym. 

Poppies will be distributed to the students first thing in the morning.  Please send $2 with your child in support of our war heroes.

Thank you.


Shoebox Drive for Samaritan's Purse


Dear St. Paul School Families,

As mentioned in our Thursday Letter last week  and as part of sharing our blessings, we are doing the Shoebox Drive for Samaritan’s Purse  this Christmas Season.

Please find attached letter and packing guidelines for this wonderful project.

On behalf of the staff, thank you!

Yours in Faith,

Maureen Moorehead



Three Way Conference / Parent -Teacher Discussion (Friday, October 27, 2017)


Start booking your appointment on Friday, Oct. 20th at 9am.

Booking instructions attached.

Thank you.

Monday, October 9th : NO SCHOOL

 Happy Thanksgiving to All!

Tomorrow, September 29th!



When Your Child Is Sick.

Dear families,

In anticipation of cold and flu season, we’d like to remind parents to be prudent when it comes to deciding when to keep your child home, or when to send him/her to school if he/she has just recovered from being ill. 

Some basic guidelines are as follows:  (Please also refer to the attachment.)

  • 24 hours after temperature returns to normal, or after gastrointestinal illness (vomiting/diarrhea); contagious infections such as suspected pink eye or strep throat; unexplained skin rash; severe cough and cold symptoms. 
  • Exercise proper hand washing techniques is also crucial to helping prevent the spread of viruses.  This will go a long way to keep our student and staff population healthy and happy at school. 

Thank you. 

Yours in faith,

Maureen Moorehead, Principal


Welcome Back to School!


First day of school, Tuesday, September 5th, at 8:45am.

Dismissal at 12 noon.


St. Paul School Annual Walkathon

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Friday, September 29, 2017

Hello St. Paul Families!  

Don't worry, it's still summer - but the first day of school is fast approaching!  I sincerely hope that you have all had a restful break, and that everyone is excited to be coming back to school.  The staff is already beginning to prepare for an exciting year ahead, and can't wait to welcome you all  back!

The first day of school is Tuesday, Sept. 5th, and our school Walkathon is on Friday, Sept. 29th.    Once again, we are sending out the information sheet and pledge form early to give us a lot of time to collect those pledges.

Our annual walkathon is an important and only one big fundraiser, empowering the students to help raise funds for their school through sponsorship while having the benefit of exercise and fun as they walk with their friends, teachers and parents!

Hard copies of the notice and pledge sheet will also be sent home with each child once school begins, however we encourage you to start early with the attached documents!  

As always, thank you for your incredible support for St. Paul school.  Let's make this year's Walkathon the best one yet!

See you soon...

Yours in faith,

Maureen Moorehead