School News

Festive Family Parcels

posted Dec 4, 2017, 8:02 AM by Lauren Dietrich   [ updated Dec 4, 2017, 8:03 AM ]

Montclair Public School is continuing the tradition of helping a few of our families in need over the holiday season.  

This year we are sponsoring three of our families.   We are asking our community to support this initiative by

bringing items to the school anytime between December 4th – 20th, 2017.  

Items can be delivered to the office or sent to school with your child.

Below is an overview of the needs of each Festive Family Parcel.  

If your donation is for a specific parcel, please label the parcel # on your package.



Parcel #1

Girl age 6

Wish list:  toys

crafts, books   

Parcel #2

Boy age 3

Boy age 10  

Girl age 11      

Girl age 12  

Wish list: marine/shark themed toys, fishing gear, Pokémon, winter boots (size Toddler 1,  Child 3, Women’s 9), art material, crafts, makeup  

Parcel #3

Boy age 7

Boy age 8

Girl age 16

Boy age 18

Wish list:  Minion themed bedding, books, Chapters gift cards, hoodie (Men’s medium, Women’s medium, Boys 8-10)

*(other parcel ideas:  Walmart Gift Cards, Movie Passes, PJs, Toys & Games)

Order pizza on School Cash Online

posted Nov 22, 2017, 9:49 AM by Lauren Dietrich   [ updated Nov 29, 2017, 7:32 AM ]

Order pizza on School Cash Online!!

Effective January 1st, 2018, we are only ordering pizza for the orders placed through School Cash Online (i.e. no extra pizza will be available to purchase on pizza day).  Pizza day is a fundraiser for Montclair and all proceeds go towards supporting student learning.  When extra pizza is ordered and not sold, it is negatively impacting funds that could benefit student learning.  Thank you for supporting our fundraising efforts.

Remember to order by Monday at midnight each week for pizza on Wednesday.  If you need any assistance with registering for School Cash Online, please come and visit us in the office!

Spirit Wear Days

posted Nov 16, 2017, 8:13 AM by Melissa Smith   [ updated Dec 4, 2017, 8:13 AM by Lauren Dietrich ]

       2017-2018 Montclair Spirit Days

November: PINK Day (Wednesday, Nov. 22nd)

                  Twin Day  (Thursday, Nov. 30th)

December: PJ and Stuffy Day  (Friday, Dec. 22nd)

January: Jean and Jersey Day  (Wednesday, Jan. 31st)

February: Crazy Hair Day    (Wednesday, Feb. 28th)

March: Monty’s B-Day   (Thursday, March 29th)

Wear Blue and Yellow

April:  PINK Day      (Thursday,April 12th)

                     * marks the International Day of Pink

           Book Character day   (Monday, April 23rd)

             Dress- up as your favourite book character

May: Pride day          (Monday, May 28th)

Each class/grade wears different colours

June: Canada Day       (Thursday, June 28th)

Wear Red and White   

Bake Sale Wed. Dec. 6th

posted Nov 16, 2017, 8:10 AM by Melissa Smith   [ updated Dec 4, 2017, 8:32 AM by Lauren Dietrich ]

Montclair is excited to announce that on Wednesday, December 6th,  (Our Cultural Celebration  Evening 6:30-8:00pm), Student Parliament will be holding our Annual Bake Sale!

All money collected will go towards our fundraising ”Free the Children: Me to We” to support local and global causes.  We are requesting for interested parents to donate homemade, nut free baked goods. We ask for the goods to be brought to the school by 10:30am on the day of the event.

                 Thank you, from Montclair Student Parliament!  


If you are interested in supporting in our bake sale, please complete the form attached. Please return to your child’s homeroom teacher by Wednesday, Dec. 1st.

*Please remember to use reusable containers with your name labeled onto it!*

Parents First/last name:_______________________

Student First/last name:_______________________

Phone number:_____________

Baked goods donated:______________

*Please label the containers, so we can return to the family

Yes I’m willing to participate in the bake sale. (peanut free)

Terra Cotta Cookie Fundraiser

posted Nov 10, 2017, 9:40 AM by Lauren Dietrich   [ updated Nov 29, 2017, 7:52 AM ]

Terra Cotta Cookie Fundraiser
just in time for the holiday season!  

All the orders have been placed.

Orders will arrive at the school on Wednesday December 13th - pickup will be between 3 - 6 pm in the lobby.

All proceeds will go towards student learning.

Montclair's Annual Winter Food Drive

posted Nov 10, 2017, 6:33 AM by Melissa Smith

2017 Montclair Annual Winter Food Drive

Student Parliament members are organizing our Annual Food Drive starting Nov. 13 till Dec 10th donating canned goods to

The Oakville Fareshare Food Bank.

Montclair wants to make a difference by helping others and showing we care. We are requesting every student bring

2 or more items to donate to their classroom collection.


SOME REQUESTED ITEMS:  Large or small boxes of powdered laundry detergent.

Family size tins of Fruit;     Tins of peas and corn;      Instant coffee.

Small tins of salmon;         Oval tins of Ham.

Culture Fair 2017

posted Nov 3, 2017, 6:21 AM by Melissa Smith   [ updated Dec 4, 2017, 8:29 AM by Lauren Dietrich ]

Montclair's Annual Culture Fair will be held on Wednesday December 6th 2017.

Montclair’s Annual Culture Fair

Come join us at Montclair’s Annual Culture Fair

Cultural displays and food tables in Gym • Live performances in Gym • Chinese dance • Indian dance • Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton • Community mosaic art project in Rm.112 • Book sale in Gym Wednesday, December 6, 2017 6:00-8:00 p.m.


posted Oct 11, 2017, 9:14 AM by Melissa Smith   [ updated Oct 11, 2017, 9:14 AM ]

Did you know it’s up to you to report your child’s immunizations or exemption to the Halton Region Health Department? It’s the law, it helps keep your child in school and keeps our school safe and healthy! Learn how at

Eye See Eye Learn

posted Oct 11, 2017, 8:34 AM by Melissa Smith

Free Prescription Glasses for JK Students

The Ontario Association of Optometrists has partnered with Ontario school boards, the Government of Ontario, Nikon and OGI Eyewear to bring a free program called Eye See Eye Learn to help identify JK students with vision problems as they start school.

Please visit for further information

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