News & Announcements

A Message Regarding the Attacks in New Zealand

This morning, we awoke to the news of yet another terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, that has left 49 people dead and several others wounded. We stand together in grieving this tragedy with our community. This senseless act will impact the thousands of students, staff, families and community members we welcome […]

Have your say in our funding priorities – take our survey

There is still time to have your say and participate in our annual budget survey. By participating, you will tell us which funding priorities we should consider as we prepare our budget for the 2019-2020 school year, and beyond. Please complete our short survey to help us identify what areas matter to our communities. The survey […]

MJ News March 4-8, 2019

STEAM Fair – One more sleep until our STEAM Fair begins! Click on the reminder notice here: MJ Science Fair Reminder 2019 If you are driving your child to drop off their project, please do not park in the school parking lot, the bus zone or the drop off zone. The Chaos on Byrnhurst Blvd.  – This year […]

Science Fair Tuesday March 5 – Reminder Notice

Don’t forget! Come on out this Tuesday to view the fantastic projects at our annual STEAM Fair. Please click on the Reminder Notice for all the details for Tuesday morning project drop off. MJ Science Fair Reminder 2019 Please plan ahead if you will be driving to school. Please remember not to park in the […]

Feb 25: Buses cancelled, schools are open

All school buses, taxis and special education routes are cancelled today due to weather. All schools are open and Extended Day Programs are operating. All transportation for WCSSAA sports games is also cancelled today. As always, parents may choose to keep their children home if they feel it is unsafe to travel to school. If […]

Pink Shirt Day is February 27

On Wednesday, February 27, join us in recognizing Pink Shirt Day. This is a day to stand up against bullying. This movement was inspired by the actions of two high school students from Nova Scotia. In 2007, the students witnessed a Grade 9 boy being bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt on his first […]

Take our annual budget survey

We want to hear from our students, staff, families and community members on which funding priorities we should consider as we prepare our budget for the 2019-2020 school year, and beyond. Please complete our short survey to help us identify what areas matter to our communities. The survey is online only and available in seven […]

Waterloo students can be city councillors for the day

Mayor Dave Jaworsky is inviting Grade 5 students in Waterloo to share one big idea to make Waterloo an even better place to live. Students can submit their idea in writing or as a video, and Mayor Jaworsky will select eight entrants to take over city council for a day. Winners will have a chance […]

School Council Meets Tonight, February 20, 2019

Please join us for February’s School Council meeting, tonight at 7pm in the Library. All are welcome and childcare is provided. School Council Agenda Feb 2019 Please take a moment to fill in the Family Survey from Student Transportation. We are working hard to ensure your children arrive to school safely each day. To do […]

MJ together with the Waterloo Public Library ‘Lets Get Personal’ Campaign

This year Mary Johnston is once again teaming up with the Waterloo Public Library to support their local initiative – “Let’s Get Personal”. Staff and students will be encouraged to donate personal hygiene products in support of the Waterloo Wayside Centre. The Waterloo Wayside Centre offers support to those experiencing housing and income instability. Its […]

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