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St. Michael Catholic School

1930 Wildwood Drive Box 580
Bright's Grove, Ontario N0N 1C0

Phone: (519) 869-4204 Fax: (519) 869-6518

Bell Times

Start 8:10am
Break 9:50am - 10:05am
Midday 10:55am - 11:50am
Break 1:30pm - 1:45pm
Dismissal 2:35pm
To Report an Absence
please call (519) 869-4204.

We are in School Bus Zones
1 and 2


Tuesday, April 24, 2018

All buses are running.

No reports of cancellations at this time.

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April 12, 2018
Dear Parents/Guardians:
The St. Clair Catholic District School Board will conduct a school climate survey, from Monday, April 16th to Friday, May 25th.  School boards in Ontario are mandated by the Ministry of Education to conduct these surveys of students, staff and parents every two years.  They are an important tool in helping the Board to assess perceptions of school safety and in helping to build and sustain positive school environments.  They also assist the Board in making informed planning decisions about programs, which help promote safe and inclusive schools and good mental health.
A good response to the survey is vital to obtaining reliable data.  The surveys are anonymous and will take only a few minutes of your time.  There are three ways in which you can complete the survey between April 16th and May 25th.
Visit your school website – go to and click on “Schools” in the top menu bar; then “Visit our Schools” and select your school.  Finally, click on the School Climate Survey link on your school web page. 
Or, you can go to the following link to complete the survey:
A third option is to pick up a paper copy at your school office, fill it out and hand the completed copy back in.
As an added incentive this year, the Board is offering $10 Tim Horton’s gift cards, which will be distributed to randomly selected survey participants.
I would encourage you to have your say and to assist us, as we work together to make our school environments the best they can be for the health and safety of all students and members of our staff.  The results will be published in a report, which will be posted to the Board’s public website next fall.
If you have any questions, please contact your school principal.
Lisa Demers
Superintendent of Education
Our Principal
Len Fera, Principal

St. Michael Roman Catholic School is located in a small suburban community along the southern shores of Lake Huron known as Brights Grove. We are one of two Catholic schools which are located within the parish of St. Michael.

The school offers a wide variety of programs in an effort to address the needs of the students in a holistic sense. Our catholicity serves as a basis for all of our undertakings. As well as a thrust towards providing the best possible core subject programs, there is a special strength provided through the staff in the area of music and drama. The students access a comprehensive integrated program opportunity in the utilization of computer technology across the curriculum. We are proud of our efforts to work in partnership with the students and parents in the delivery of inclusive Special Education support. Early literacy and reading improvement are major undertakings as witnessed by the commitment to staff development and resources across the grade levels. As well, our school’s aims and objectives currently include an emphasis on integrating literacy skills into other areas of the curriculum. Other aspects of the curriculum are enriched by accessing resources in the community such as VIP, Junior Achievement, Rebound programs, Lawrence House program for the Arts, dance and fitness programs, along with numerous parent volunteers who bring their expertise to the classroom.

A strong sense of “community” is prevalent at St. Michael. Our School Council, which represents a strong parent commitment to the growth of our Catholic education community in concert with the school and parish staff, makes a significant contribution to the improvement and success of St. Michael School. Parents also serve on many committees and assist in numerous functions where their expertise and support are valued. Hot lunches are offered on a regularly scheduled basis on the initiative of parent volunteers. Fundraising ventures, including Bingo and a magazine drive, add significantly to our operating budget. A garden project, science equipment, computer hardware and software, physical education equipment, replacement of playground equipment and classroom resources are but some of the projects supported in the past and continue to be funded.

The St. Michael’s parish priest and pastoral minister are a vital connection in celebrating our Catholic faith and enhancing our sense of community. Special events, para-liturgies and prayer services are celebrated at the church in accordance with the liturgical seasons. The pastoral team, along with community organizations such as St. Vincent de Paul Society, Rayjon, CWL, Knight’s of Columbus, Bluewater Optimist Club and others, work with our students to promote a sense of mission, social justice and global awareness.

Together, we work to improve and promote the quality of our educational environment for the children we serve.

You Still Have Time to Register for Full Day Kindergarten Classes beginning September 2018. Classes are available in either English program or French Immersion. Contact your nearest Catholic School for more information; or visit our website at

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St. Patrick's Catholic High School

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Sarnia, Ontario N7S 6K2
Phone: 519-332-3976 Fax: 519-383-7024

Privacy Advisory

Our families and staff enjoy opportunities to share some of their activities with parents and the school community through teams, clubs and special events. Many of these are ‘memory making’ for families and as such, photographs and videos are often taken.

We ask that families exercise their discretion when taking photographs or videos at school events and consider the privacy of other students who may also be present in those pictures. We would appreciate if families not upload images of students other than their own to the Internet (e.g. YouTube or Facebook). Your cooperation with this request is appreciated.

April 16 to May 25, 2018

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The St. Clair Catholic District School Board is committed to allowing our communities to use our schools for their events. For more information, click below to access the website for this program.

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