Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples, 
on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

School Staff

R. Popp

Office Administrator
Kathy Gilmour

Resource Teachers
A. Fennell
C. MacNeil

Educational Assistants 

K. Beckstead

K. Lefebvre

N. Milne

N. Murdoch

Library Technician
S. Greenman

Head Caretaker
D. Larmour
O. Coffin (Evening Caretaker)


Kindergarten Teachers

A. Baudoux 

G. Belanger

N. Delisle/P. Broadhurst

J. Moor

Early Childhood Educators

C. Daillaire

S. Phillips

J. Stevens

Grade 1
P. Da Silva

K. Thompson

Gr. 1&2

D. Straszak

Grade 2

D. Elliott

B. Moreira

Grade 3

B. Hamilton 

D. Haskell

Grades 1, 1&2, 2, 3 French
N. Clement

Grades 1, 2, 3 French
S. Menard


K. Byrd (Gr. 5)

T. Duhaime (Gr. 6)

K. Haroun (Gr. 4)  , https://twitter.com/MissHaroun

M. Hickman (Gr. 6)

M. Utano (Gr. 5)

I. Visentin (Gr. 4)


I. Bissonnette (gr. 6 immersion)

A. Brousseau (gr. 5 immersion, gr. 6 immersion)

N. Delisle/P. Broadhurst (gr. 4&5 immersion)

C. Noumsi (gr. 4 immersion, gr. 6 extended)



About Our School

Principal's Message

The staff at St. Mary School is committed to providing quality Catholic education. The strength of our school comes from the Catholic faith that the staff, students and community share.

Through full implementation of the Ontario Curriculum and with a focus on continuous improvement, our students develop the skills and knowledge required to reach provincial achievement levels within an exclusive Catholic environment. We reach out to our community partners, we celebrate with them and we work together to build up our school community.

As lifelong learners, the staff engage in a number of professional development activities such as developing yearly growth plans, participating in workshops and conferences and taking additional courses. Working together, with the support of parents, we offer students curriculum experiences which have real world applications.

St. Mary School provides a positive, faithful and enriching learning environment for all of our community members. Working with parents, we strive to ensure that all students realize their potential.

Activities, Clubs & Teams

Many activities are ongoing at our school. We are confident that our students benefit from the co-curricular activites we offer which include:
  • Choir
  • Environmental Club ("Green Team")
  • Social Justice Club
  • Speed Stackers Club
  • Talent Show
  • Cross-Country Running
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Handball
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Track and Field
  • Floor-Ball
  • Rudhro Prince Memorial Walk

Affiliated Schools

1040 Dozois Road, Manotick
Phone: 613-692-2551 

Our Parish

5338 Bank Street, Gloucester
Phone:  613-822-2197