This is achieved by:
- Involving parents, teachers and other members of the school community in a spirit of enthusiasm
- Keeping academic standards at the forefront
- Developing literacy skills
- Stimulating students to explore, experiment and progress
- Accepting individual learning styles
- Involving students in the process of their own learning
- Fostering respect and responsibility
- Providing a supportive and accepting environment
- Encouraging acceptance of cultural diversity
- Maintaining a caring, safe and responsible school environment
- Promoting extra curricular activities
This educational project was originally adopted by the McCaig Orientation Committee in 1990.
It was revised and affirmed by the McCaig Governing Board in June 2004
McCaig Elementary offers a strong English academic program in accordance with the Quebec Education Program.
All students succeed in an integrated class setting.
Thirty percent (30%) of the curriculum is taught in French - French Language Instruction, Social Studies and Art.
The Digit, Numbers and Decimal Program and teacher-prepared resources support the competencies of the mathematics curriculum.
In addition, our drama program is an enriching component of each child's education.
|Peanut and nut free school||
|Resources and more information on our peanut and nut free environment||
Lampton Health Unit
Food Allergy Network
Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Society of Ontario
We offer a harmonious transition between home and school with our
devoted daycare team who keep attendees entertained before andafter school.
Before school: 6:30 am to 8:45 am
After school: 3:30 pm to 6:15 pm
$7.00/day (if registered at least 3 days per week).
$12.00/day (if registered as a sporadic user, less than 3 days per week).
Late fee: $10.00/15 minutes (if picked up later than 6:15 pm)
Feesare billed on a monthly basisopen every day except for holidays and some school closures
We have a fully equipped library at McCaig School containing English and French books - both fiction and non-fiction.
To ensure the smooth running of our library, we ask the following:
All students are welcome to eat their lunch at the school in the cafeteria. Supervision is provided by Lunchroom Supervisors. These supervisors have all the authority of any staff member. Students eat in two shifts. Normally, when one group of students is eating their lunch, the other group is engaged in extra curricular activities or is outside. Pupils who do not follow the few reasonable rules established for the lunchroom may be refused permission to eat at school. A cafeteria offering a hot lunch program, drinks and lunch box extras is located on the lower level. Menus and prices will be sent home as soon as they are available.
|The menu is based on a rotation schedule as indicated on the monthly calendar.|