Inclement Weather


Good Afternoon Scottie Families:

As you may have heard, there is a possibility of some nasty weather coming our way this afternoon into this evening and tomorrow. Below is some information for any Inclement Weather Day.

In the event of an inclement weather day being declared, and the buses are cancelled due to the weather and unsafe driving conditions, our school will be closed and students will have a remote learning day. Teachers will communicate through their Google Classroom or D2L. Teachers will post work in the morning, no later than 10 a.m. and students will work on their own timing in their home. This will allow all students to access learning and we will be continuing to keep one and all safe.

For updated information please monitor the WCDSB website, social media feeds, and radio stations for information on cancellations.

Thanks for all that you are doing to keep our community safe. Please contact us if we can help in any way!






Hats and Mitts for those in NEED!

Attention Scotties;

Cambridge needs our help!

The winter season can be an extremely difficult season for many people in our community. Cold weather brings new challenges for those less fortunate.

This December from the 1st-14th, we are collecting adult size winter hats, gloves & mittens that will be donated to those in need through Bridges Shelter.

Also, families can make a monetary donation via School Cash Online (beginning December 1st PM)! Any money donated will be used to purchase new hats & hats/mitten/gloves for those in need this year.

Help us spread some light & love this Christmas season with your generous donation! 

“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Acts 20:35

St Vincent de Paul Christmas program

St. Margaret Families:

The St Vincent de Paul Society of St. Patrick’s Parish is once again running their annual Christmas program. Families living within the parish boundaries may request Christmas assistance by leaving a message on the SVDP voice mail at 519-623-0173 by Nov 30. A volunteer will return the call and collect the required information.

Due to Covid precautions, a grocery store voucher will be mailed this year and for those families with children under 18 years of age, a gift card will also be included in lieu of actual gifts.

Please note that families that register with the Firefighter Basket Program, Salvation Army or the Food Bank’s Christmas program cannot also register with our program.


Let’s wear PINK on Friday, Nov. 20th to symbolize a stand against bullying.
Together we can make a difference.

IMPORTANT: Week of November 16 to 20 Highlights!!

Scottie Families:

Next week, November 16th to the 20th is a special time at St. Margaret. We begin the week celebrating the Feast Day of St. Margaret of Scotland. We will host the WCDSB ‘Becoming Butterfly’ all week. We look forward to our school community Becoming Transformed as we encounter the Word and Presence of God.

Below is some more information:

November 16th:

St. Margaret of Scotland Feast Day is on Monday November 16th!

Please wear your Scotties Spirit Wear or our school colours (black, white and green) to celebrate our Feast Day.

November 16th-20th is traditionally recognized as Anti-Bullying Awareness Week in Canada.  This year, anti-bullying week will be a time to not only discuss bullying but to focus on connectedness, resiliency, advocacy and on the transformational ways we are Called to Become a stronger WCDSB community. 

We look forward to the ways in which we can see our empowered students demonstrate the change they wish to see in the world!

Transforming Communities during Anti-Bullying Week Daily Themes:

Monday – Becoming Aware / Mindful

Tuesday – Becoming Creative

Wednesday – Becoming Connected

Thursday – Becoming an Advocate / Resilient

Friday – Becoming Community

For Parents and Guardians:

WCDSB community visit​.  We will be issuing social media challenges every day with the hashtag #becomingWCDSB and email:

Our website will post the challenges. Following completion of the week, we’ll work on an e-book from the submissions and one student submission will become the logo for a limited supply of Transforming Communities hoodies.

Virtual Scholastic Book Fair in St. Margaret Library Learning Commons

St. Margaret Library Learning Commons Virtual Scholastic Book Fair

I am pleased to announce that the St. Margaret School Library Learning Commons will be hosting a Virtual Scholastic Book Fair this year.  Shopping for your child, for Christmas gifts, or donating books to your child’s classroom in lieu of teacher gifts has never been easier!  Our virtual fair will be entirely online through Shopify at this link:

The link goes live on November 23, and will remain open to 11:59 PM on December 4th.  Feel free to share it with family and friends. The Library Learning Commons will receive twenty percent of all net purchases in student books.

Your purchased books will arrive at their destination before Christmas.  Shipping is free for purchases over $35.00, otherwise it is a flat $6.00 fee.

If you would like to preview what is at the fair, click on the “Watch the trailers” and “Explore the books” blue buttons on the bottom right of the page .

Thank you,

Ms. Drabik, Library Technician

St. Margaret School Library Learning Commons

Picture Day is tomorrow Thursday November 12th

Hello St. Margaret Parents!

Picture Day is coming Thursday, November 12 .

After Picture Day, order pictures on using your Portrait ID and Access Code which can be found on your Picture Day order form.

School Name/ Nom de l’école : St Margaret of Scotland Es
Picture Day Date/ Date de la journée photo : Thursday, November 12
Picture Day ID/ Code de la journée photo : QX010552QP

Chers parents,

La journée photo aura lieu le jeu. novembre 12 .

Par la suite, ne manquez pas de commander vos photos sur à l’aide de l’identifiant et du code d’accès qui se trouvent sur votre bon de commande que vous allez recevoir après la journée photos.


Remembrance Day Wednesday November 11th, 2020

We invite all staff and students to wear red and black tomorrow Wednesday November 11th.

Each student will receive a poppy for the day provided by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 121. If you would like to donate, please visit School Cash Online.

As a school we will start our virtual assembly around 10:30 AM and finish close to 11:00 AM for the 2 minutes of silence.

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