Class Timetable


Grades 7-8
Homeroom
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4
Lunch
Period 5
Period 6
8:15 - 8:20
8:20 - 9:10
9:14 - 10:04
10:08 - 10:58
11:01 - 11:51
11:51 - 12:36
12:36 - 1:26
1:30 - 2:20

Grades 9-12
Homeroom
Period 1
Period 2
Lunch
Period 3
Period 4
8:15 - 8:20
8:20 - 9:40
9:45 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:45
11:45 - 1:00
1:05 - 2:20



Student Agenda

Agenda 2017-18




Grade 7-8 Homework Links


                                    
                              7-01
                              7-02
                              7-03
                              7-04
                              7-05
                              7-06

                              8-01
                              8-02
                              8-03
                              8-04
                              8-05
                              8-06
                              8-07
                              8-08



Learning Commons (Library)


Hours

Monday - Thursday : 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Friday : 8:00 am - 2:30 pm.

The Learning Commons contains many features which the students and staff are encouraged to make use of to work, to study, to collaborate and to learn: 
  • Group work areas 
  • Quiet study areas 
  • SmartBoard 
  • Ipads 
  • Laptops
  • Chromebooks
  • Desktops 
  • Kobos 
  • Reading materials
The library staff provides research and technology assistance along with a welcoming setting where students can create a social learning space for group and individual study.

The Learning Commons Catalogue can be found at : Destiny Quest

Department & Course Information

Follow the links below to access curriculum and teacher information. 



General Information

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Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations

Section A: School Code of Conduct

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Teachers

  • Students

  • Parents

  • Community Partners & Police

Progressive Discipline

Special Education Services

Bullying Prevention & Intervention Plan

OCSBConnect

Suspension & Expulsion Information

Respecting Neighbors and Property

Classroom Behavior

Identification

Substance Abuse and Intervention

Crime Stoppers

Threat Making and Duty to Report

Other Policies

Immunizations

Sabrina’s Law

Ryan’s Law

A Right To Breathe


Section B: School Policies and Procedures

Daily Attendance & Punctuality

Absences

Signing In/Out

  • 7-8

  • High School

Vacation Requests

Hall Pass

Bus Transportation (OSTA)

Late Buses

Bus Cancellation

  • Communication

  • Agenda

  • Website

  • Hapara

  • Phone Calls/Emails

  • Letters of Concern

Dress Code Guidelines

Evaluation & Examination Policy (HS)

  • Weighting of Evaluation

  • Mid-Term Reports (9-12)

  • Exams during inclement weather

  • Academic Integrity


Assessment & Evaluation (7-8)

  • Report Card Guidelines


Field Trips

General Safety

Health & Safety

General Student Fees

Interscholastic Sports

Eligibility for 7-8 & HS teams

Participation on teams

Fundraising

Lockers

School Bags

Student Parking

Smoking Bylaws

Concussion Protocol

School Cash Online




Student Services

 St. Mark offers a wide variety of programs in accordance with Ontario Schools. Ontario Schools—Kindergarten to Grade 12 outlines the scope of guidance and career programs for all Ontario schools. The expectations of the Ontario Catholic School Graduate are incorporated into the guidance and career education program.

  • The programs and services currently offered are:
  • Guidance, Special Education (Resource)
  • Co-operative Education, Work Experience
  • Life Skills, Alternate Education, Achievement Centres
  • Developmental Education Program
  • Inclusion Program
Through programs offered in these areas, our students learn to become self-directed, responsible, and life-long learners.

Guidance Counsellors are available to answer questions related to timetables, career planning, personal and social issues, special educational needs, and to suggest possible referrals to appropriate school personnel and outside agencies.


Student Services Staff 

Department Head of Student Services  
Shawn MacEachern

Student Services Administrator
Kimberly Brownrigg

Guidance Counsellors
Students' Last Name A to D:     Karla Rocha
Students' Last Name E to N:     Darryl OBrien
Students' Last Name O to Z:     Shawn MacEachern

Cooperative Education
Tracy Rino
Hugh Graham

Destination Employability
Darryl OBrien

Resource
Hugh Graham
Joel Yates
Shelley Hay
Tanya Wilson

Student Success Teacher
Kerry Nolan

Achievement Centre
Byron MacInnis

Inclusion Coordinator
Julian Hall

Developmental Education Teacher
Lorena MacDonald

Student Services Links

OCSB 2017-2018 Course Selection Guide

'My Blueprint' Getting Started Guide for Parents
'My Blueprint' Website 

Resource Program 
IEP Fact Sheet for Parents

Coop & Experiential Learning
E-Learning
40hrs Community Service Graduation Requirement
Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test
Specialist High Skills Major

Graduating Information 
(Please check website)  stmarkgrad.com

Tutoring