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

Principal
Tracy Mertz

Vice Principal
Steve Tierney

Office Administrators
Wendy Kenny
Marie Hempey

Head Caretaker
John Dion

Evening Caretakers
Sam Briers

Kindergarten
JK/SK English & French 
K2:  Chantal Willis (for Carley Bell), Alisa Szabo Twitter
  
K3:  Andrea Bouris,  Marnie Simpson Twitter     

K4:  Samantha Gordon,Olivia DiMillio Twitter  

K5: Kristjan Murphy, Leanne Ferris K5 News 


Grade 1
Melissa Temi   
Shannon O'Donnell Twitter 
Jennifer DeJean 
  

Grade 2 
Christine Gulas    
Catherine House  Website     
Ruth Kirwin 
Terri Reed  Website   Twitter   
Michaela Ahearn         

   
Grade 3 
Michele Boyer      Website                 
Laura Hodgins     Website  
Charlene Spinella Website               


Prep and Planning
Victoria Armstrong

Primary French 
Chantel Borger  Website
Gail Gavan 
Elizabeth Tweedie  
Anna Teeple


Junior Language/Math
         
Grade 4
Amy Doucette  
Todd Holt          

Grade 4/ 5 
Brendan Eagan   Twitter
 

Grade 5 
Rita Bruno  Website
Maria Marasco  Twitter    Website

Grade 5 / 6
Nicole Brooks Website    

Grade 6 
Rita Bruno  Website
Todd Holt    Website


Junior French Extended

John Fotaw Apah (LTO for J. Lattanzio) Gr. 4/5  & 5/6 

Junior French Immersion 

Grade 4 (AM)
Sarah Caccioitti - Kennedy  website
Lisa Wood (LTO for Kim Clermont)  website  twitter

Grade 5 (AM) 
Susanne Deschambault Twitter
Alexandra Sansoucy

Grade 6 (PM)
Susanne Deschambault Twittter
Sarah Cacciotti -Kennedy  Website
 

Resource 
Rob More YouTube Channel
Heather Greene Twitter
Kristjan Murphy Twitter


Educational Assistants 
Duaa Affat
Blake Gilchrist
Kelly Labelle
Caryl Linden
Jen Legari
Sara Medina
Erika Kubenova-Patzer
Lenora Peters
Beth Schizkoske
Mary Stone


Learning Commons
Sarah Small (LTO for Jill Landriault)




About Our School

Principal's Message

Welcome to St. Emily Catholic School where students receive an innovative, faith-based education. The staff is proud to partner with parents and guardians in the education of our students. Through a spirit of community and cooperation, we strive to educate the whole child, spiritually, academically, socially and physically. 

On behalf of the entire staff, I invite you to visit our school. We are proud of our students, our programs, and the entire school community. Come experience St Emily.

Tracy Mertz
Principal

Our History

St. Emily opened its doors in September 2006. It was named in honour of St. Emily de Rodate who was born near Rodez, France and who became a nun at Maison St. Cyr when she was eighteen. Emily means "to excel". In 1815, she decided that her vocation was in teaching poor children. With the aid of three young assistants, she began her work in her room at St. Cyr. This was the start of a teaching institute called the Congregation of the Holy Family of Villefanche. It grew rapidly, establishing its own motherhouse and branches. In time, St. Emily extended the Congregation's activities to caring for unfortunate women, orphans and the aged. She saw 38 institutions established before she died in 1852. She was canonized in 1950 and her Feast Day is September 19.


SCHOOL HOURS


09:10 a.m. Beginning of school day

10:25 a.m. Recess Break

11:55 a.m. Lunch Break/ Recess

12:55 p.m. Instructional Time

02:10 p.m. Recess Break

03:40 p.m.     End of school day


Please note: Supervision is provided in the schoolyard beginning at 8:55 a.m. For your child’s safety, please ensure that she/he does not arrive prior to 8:55.







Activities, Clubs & Teams


Sports
Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Tchoukball, Gymnastics, Dance Team,Track and Field 


Clubs
Art Club, Choir, Green Club, Peer Mediators, Student Ambassadors, Running Club, DiGi Club, Lego Club, Best Buddies, Club de Francais

Activities
Spirit Week,  School Council Events



Spiritual Theme 2018-2020

We are in our first year of our new Spiritual Theme' from Micah 6:8 in which we are called to "Seek Justice, Love Kindness and Mercy and to Walk Humbly with God".  In this first year, we will focus on Seek Justice as we are called to use our minds to move our hearts and hands to Seek Justice in our community and the world.

Affiliated Schools

333 Greenbank Road, Nepean
Phone:  613-823-4797



Our Parish

Services held at
3333 Greenbank Road, Nepean
Phone:  613-723-9767