Class of 2021 Event Information
See the following letter for information on the 2021 Graduation Event
SMCSS 2021 Graduation Event Letter.pdf
Celebrating Excellence in Business at St. Martin - Alexia Richardson
Please see the attachment - Celebrating Excellence in Business.
BHM - Celebrating Business Excellence at St. Martin - Alexia Richardson (1).pdf
Textbook and Learning Materials Drop-off Information
Please click on the link below for information regarding textbook and learning material drop-off for Quadmester 2.
St. Martin Text Book and Learning Material Drop Off_ January 2021.pdf
Click here for the Academic Awards Presentation. Congratulations to all 2019-2020 Award Recipients.
The Friars’ Student Writing Contest
The Friars’ Student Writing Contest is underway. This year’s theme is “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit” (cf. John 15:5-9). Contestants must write a 500-word essay answering the following question: As Christians, how can we express our personal relationship to Christ in a modern and socially oriented Church during challenging times, which can bring unity of the Christian family and all humanity? The submission deadline is Monday, February 15, 2021. There are great prizes to be won, including a Lenovo Laptop, a Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch, and Apple Earpods! Please see the attached flyer here, visit www.catholicregister.org/writingaward or see Ms. Zielke in the library for more information.
Annual Polar Expressions Publishing National Student Poetry & Short-Story Contests
Do you love to write? Has the pandemic brought out your creative side? Do you want the chance to see your writing published? If you answered yes to any of these questions, check out the 15th Annual Polar Expressions Publishing National Student Poetry and Short-Story Contests. There are no entry fees and cash prizes can be won! Every entrant receives a bookmark. Visit www.polarexpressions.ca to download an entry form. Original poetry entries are due on November 27, 2020 (32 lines max). Short story entries are due on December 4, 2020 (450 words max). Please see Ms. Zielke in the Library Learning Commons for more information. Happy writing!
Accessing Google Classroom
Please click here for instructions to access google classroom from home.
International Languages Credit Courses
International Languages Credit Courses start October 3rd.
There is still time to register for on-line International Credit Courses.
You can gain a Gr.10, 11 or 12 credit in a variety of International Languages.
Classes will start on-line, Saturday October 3rd
For more information on languages offered or for a registration form call 905-891-9263
Or go to www.dpcdsb.org/programs-services/languages/internationallanguage
Cancellation of Prom and Grad Activities
Please see here for the letter regarding the cancellation of prom and graduation activities.