Phone: 519-884-9198

Spirit Update 20

Traffic Flow

As we return from March Break we’d like to remind everyone of our parking policy. We have noticed that parents are parking in the side lot and in the daycare lot before and after school. Please do not use these spaces.

Thank you to all the families who have been walking their children to and from school, as well as those that use alternative streets to drop off and pick up their children. Everyone is reminded that you are only to use the school parking lot if you need to come into the school. Please remember that our student safety is a joint responsibility.

Our traffic flow map is listed under About Us on our school website.

Lockdown Drill

We had our second lockdown drill of the school year yesterday. Our students did an excellent job with their roles.

Lost and Found

Our lost and found items are on display in the hallway outside the learning commons. If your child has lost items, please come in to look or have your child visit that spot. Any unclaimed items will be donated after Easter.


St. Michael’s News

St. Michael’s Catholic Church (University and Hemlock) in Waterloo is thrilled to welcome the Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus on Friday April 20, 2018 at 7:30 pm.  The 50-member chorus is a non-profit organization and has performed across Canada and travelled to the United States and Europe. Since its formation in 1973, the chorus has raised more than $1.25 million for charitable events.  The proceeds from the April 20th performance will benefit the St. Michael’s Refugee Fund. For more information, to purchase tickets ($20), to become a sponsor or donate an item for the Silent Auction, please call Diane at 519-725-2226 or St. Michael’s during office hours at 519-884-9311 ext.0. St. Michael’s has a long history of sponsoring refugee families from many countries.  Thank you for helping.


Baptisms at St. Michael’s Catholic Parish

St. Michael’s Catholic Parish has received an overwhelming interest for the Sacrament of Baptism within the school community for children of all ages.

Baptism is the first Sacrament of seven in the Catholic faith. If you are considering having your child or children Baptized or have any questions regarding the Sacrament, please connect with Mrs. Laughlin at St. Michael’s Catholic Parish (519) 884 – 9311 extension 34 or for further information.