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Last updated on Thursday, September 08, 2016.

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8:45 AM - 3:05 PM

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Principal

Jacqueline Johnson - 905.549.3095 | Email Jacqueline Johnson

Vice-Principal(s)

Fatima Ziric

Superintendent

Michael Prendergast - 905.527.5092 x 2626 | E-mail Michael Prendergast

Trustee

Larry Pattison - 289.689.2870 | E-mail Larry Pattison

School Council Chair

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Administrative Office Staff

Laura Tallach
Jodie Osmond

Our School

Memorial Elementary School is located at the corner of Main St. E. and Ottawa Street in East Hamilton.  It is a beautiful building that opened on Saturday, October 18, 1919 by Prince of Wales (Edward).  It was built as a memorial to the men and women who gave their lives in the World War I.  Memorial school had the first indoor track in the city.  It was in the basement of the school and in the later years was removed and was installed at the Armories where it was used for many years.   It has a spacious Auditorium in the center of the school that was used for memorial services prior to the building of the cenotaph.    In the early 1970’s, a second gym was built.  In 1993 an addition (the Annex) was built that currently houses our library, computer lab, learning resource room, music room and other classrooms.

  • Active School Council
  • Many clubs, teams and activities for our students organized by an energetic, enthusiastic staff
  • Instrumental music program for Grade 6, 7 & 8
  • School Dress Code – Shirt Uniform

Programs & Services

Student Success Supports

  • Monthly Student Recognition (Character Builds)
  • Comprehensive Literacy Program
  • Early literacy intervention programs (JK to Gr. 2)
  • Reading intervention programs (Gr. 1 to 8)

Program Highlights

  • Daily Nutrition Program operated by our School Council
  • School Dress Code (Shirt Uniforms)
  • Student Council
  • Oral Communications Contest
  • GAUSE Math Competition

Before / After School Program Or Activities

  • Sea Cadets (Tues. & Thurs. evenings)
  • Girls’ Space (YWCA program)
  • YWCA Before & After School Care

Parent Community Involvement

Community

Instrumental in the support and implementation of our School Dress Code – Shirt Uniforms.

Work closely with our School Council in supporting their many fundraisers.

Parents

  • Are responsible for the many fundraisers at Memorial:
  • Dance-a-thon and many more!

Plus our AWARD WINNING Nutrition Program

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