Welcome to Millbrook South Cavan Public School! We offer dynamic academic programs from Kindergarten through Grade 8 and many opportunities for students to get involved in activities outside of class time. There is always a lot going on in and around the school.
It is our mission to enable students to succeed today and build a positive tomorrow. This is accomplished through the combined efforts of students, families, school staff, and our community. We strive to maintain a positive school culture that supports the ongoing academic, physical and social growth of the children. At the core of our expectations for student behaviour is RESPECT and RESPONSIBILITY - towards self, school and others.
Timely, open and honest communication with families is of utmost importance to us. Student success and positive school culture depends on it. We encourage all partners, in as many ways as possible, to work together. Please consider getting involved in school life at Millbrook. Work together, win together!
Janice & Marie
47 Tupper Street
Millbrook, ON L0A 1G0
We are located on the Traditional and Treaty Lands of the Mississauga Anishinabeg who have shared this land historically and to the present day.
Students in Junior and Intermediate now have the opportunity to bring their scooters to school and ride them on the pavement at recess. The only rules are:
you must wear a helmet
you may not share your scooter (in case of damage to the scooter or injury of the student who may not have had permission from their parent/guardian)
We will evaluate how it goes on the yard and see if this can be a daily choice for the students.
Note: Riding scooters on school property is limited to recess times. Before and after school the students will still need to walk their scooters through the bus area. It's extremely congested at those times.
Eight students from the Millbrook South Cavan Me to We club are so excited to be going to the We Day in Toronto this Thursday (20th of September)! They will be taking the GO train into Toronto and attending the event at the Scotiabank Arena with approximately 20 000 likeminded student activists.
In order to attend this inspirational day of music, activists and speakers, the students have to "earn their way to WE day" by volunteering their time to make a difference in their schools, local and global communities! The Millbrook South Cavan Me to We club has been active for almost 10 years, and are responsible for activities such as food drives, volunteering at Centennial Place, Mental Health Awareness programs, Anti-bullying campaigns, Spirit Days, First Nation's Orange Shirt Day, Free-Throw Competitions, Disaster relief ... all while raising enough funds to build a school in Mwangaza, Kenya a well in Dos Palais, Haiti and .... students are half way to our current goal of building a school in Ecuador.
Students are very carefully chosen to attend WE Day. This year, all eight students are in Grade 8 and have been a part of our Me to We club for years, volunteering their time and energy to be change-makers in our community.
WE day performers and speakers at the conference this year will include Kareem Abdul Jabar, Jacob Tremblay, Margaret Trudeau, Lilly Singh, the Arkells and many more. This event will help motivate our current team of 65 students and continue to prove that, "Together, we can make a difference!"
Thanks to Mrs. Siberry-Monti, Mrs. Belk and Mrs. de Wolde for being a part of this life changing experience!
All Millbrook South Cavan students will be taking part in the Terry Fox walk on September 26th. Each student is asked to donate a Toonie for Terry.
Students will be walking around the block - the youngest ones walking with their buddies. Primary students are encouraged to walk the route once, Junior students at least twice and the Intermediate students at least three times.
There will be volunteers from the Me to We Club stationed at various locations to help guide the students (e.g., at the corners). Parents are encouraged to come along and walk with the students.
Thanks to Mrs. Hunter, Mrs Rae and Mrs. Kroesen for planning the walk!
Phone Number, Web Address, Phone App Coming for Reporting Absences
KPR, student safety is our highest priority, and we thank families for adopting
the automated safe arrival system to help ensure students arrive safely at
school each day.
this September, we will be introducing a new automated Student Absence
Reporting System. Therefore, you will need to create a NEW account to
report your children’s absences online.
will receive an email in August with instructions on how to create your new
account and download the mobile app. You also will receive a magnet in
September with the new Student Absence Reporting System details.
Unfortunately, since ownership of the reporting software has changed, we cannot
simply transfer your child’s information to the new system.