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Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic

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Our Faith

Mother St. Bride School endeavours to provide a peaceful environment that nurtures the growth of a faith community; physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially, based upon the teachings and values of the Catholic Church.

The faith community of our school reflects its gospel base through its hospitable environment, the presence of sacred imagery, the respect shown for all persons, and the religious atmosphere.

The Religion curriculum provides a doctrinally sound, balanced, sequential, and developmentally appropriate, program of instruction to our students.

Service projects are essential components of the curriculum at all levels, and student-reflection on the service opportunity is seen as integral School-wide.

Our school is involved in a number of community based projects, for example:

  • Our Breakfast and Snack Program;
  • Our Fundraising for specific causes (e.g. Jump Rope for Heart, The Juvenile Diabetes Association);
  • Our support of Pro-Cathedral Food Bank;
  • Our fundraising contributions to the Santa Claus Fund;
  • Our support of The Duke of Edinburgh Costa Rica Project

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Transportation Reminder: Updating Information(Posted:6/11/2018)

Avoid the September rush!  Are you moving or changing child care providers between now and the start of the next school year?  Now is the time to contact your school to update your address and confirm busing eligibility for next year.

For details, please contact the Nipissing-Parry Sound Student Transportation Services at 705-472-8840 or by visiting www.npssts.ca.

Back to School Learning Technology Drop-In & Exhibition(Posted:6/7/2018)

Involving parents in their children’s progress in the classroom has long been shown to significantly increase student outcomes. With parent engagement top of mind, we invite parents and their children in grades 4-8 to participate in our Back To School Learning Technologies Drop-In Session, August 27, 2018. Experience the ‘hands on’ ways parents can help their child succeed in the classroom, by using technology at home to enhance and support student learning. Register today!