Welcome to St. Hubert

Dear Parents/Guardians:

It is with great pleasure that I welcome new and returning students, families, and staff to St. Hubert School.  The 2018-2019 academic school year promises to be a year filled with academic learning, faith development, and personal growth for all our students. Together, our staff at St. Hubert School will work diligently to provide students with learning experiences that they will remember for years to follow.

St. Hubert School is a JK to Grade 8 school with approximately 200 students. We are located in North Bay, near Algonquin street and St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary High School. A Lindsey Well daycare facility for before and after school care is also available at our location.

The school currently has eight regular classrooms, a Special Education Resource classroom, and a Learning Assistance classroom. This school year I am also very pleased to announce the addition of our system Music, Family Studies, and Design and Technology classes to our school. Our team of approximately 30 professionals offer a variety of teaching strategies linked to the Ontario curriculum. Our dedicated staff frequently engage in professional development that is in accordance with our School Improvement Plan and Ministry of Education initiatives.

St. Hubert school is equipped with a variety of technologies including mobile labs (Apple, Chrome Books, and PC), SMART Boards, and iPads. There is also a sensory room to support the needs of our students. The sensory room is a resource to support our students in developing learning readiness skills.

Parents and guardians are always invited and encouraged to become involved in the school community.  We invite you to volunteer or join our Parent Council. Your support, both in respect to your child’s education and the development of the school community at large, is always welcomed and appreciated.

Thank you for choosing Catholic Education.  Our staff is blessed to be involved in the special role of being both your child’s educator and spiritual partner. We look forward to this journey together.  At St. Hubert School, we strive to meet the individual needs of all students entrusted to our care within a nurturing Catholic learning environment. We are determined to provide all students with an education rooted in our Catholic faith and to prepare them to be lifelong learners.

I am very excited about the new school year ahead of us. I look forward to working with all of you. Should you have any questions, concerns, or comments please do not hesitate to contact me by e-mail at carreire@npsc.ca or at the school at 705-472-2770.

 

Peace,

Mrs. E. Carreiro

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2018/2019 School Calendar Now Available(Posted:4/19/2018)

At the February 27, 2018, NPSC Board meeting, the School Year Calendar was recommended and approved by the Board of Trustees. The school year will begin on Thursday, August 30, 2018 for staff and Tuesday, September 4, 2018 for students. The school year will end on June 28, 2019 for both students and staff. This recommendation has been approved by the Ministry of Education. Please see the attachment below for more information. We would like to thank all parents, community members and staff for their participation.

Student Transportation(Posted:8/7/2018)

Due to the dynamic nature of student transportation, school transportation routes may change from year to year, including route numbers, stop locations and times of service. Parents/guardians are responsible for verifying your child's information is up to date and accurate.

Please click the "read more" link below for more information about how to update your child's information, access stop locations, times of service and more.

Our Catholic Faith

At St. Hubert School we strive to provide a safe learning environment rooted in our Catholic faith in which all students have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. We value and promote opportunities to join with our families and church in celebration of our faith. We believe that Jesus' commandment to: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" is the model of positive student behaviour.

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