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9:15 AM - 3:35 PM


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Cam Galindo - 905.515.2563 | E-mail Cam Galindo

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Administrative Office Staff

Mrs. L. Quinn

Mrs. J. Pagliaro

Our School

Mount Albion is a Public School with classes from JK – Grade 8. In 1877 a school was built on this site and was replaced in 1952. We have had several additions over the years including three brand new kindergarten classrooms just opened in 2012 and besides our main structure we have ten classrooms that are located within two port-a-paks that are completely joined on to the main building.  We are one of five feeder elementary schools for Saltfleet High School.

Most of our students walk from the surrounding suburbs and we have an active partnership with nearby daycare facilities. We are unique in the fact that we are situated on seven acres of property which has a large playground area including a Habitat, two baseball diamonds, a soccer field (currently under repair), and two basketball courts.

We are active in many sports, the arts and other extra curricular activities including checkers.  We are also involved in many new initiatives with Saltfleet High School.

Programs & Services

Student Success Supports

  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Partnership With Saltfleet Secondary School
  • Transitional Activities for students and teachers
  • Education For All/Differentiated Instruction
  • JK-8 DRA, OWA, and OCA
  • CAT 3 testing
  • Regular administrative feeder school/secondary meetings
  • Learning Centre links with school literacy/numeracy initiatives

Program Highlights

  • Effective School Team
  • Empower Reading Program
  • CHAT ( Choosing Healthy Actions and Thoughts)
  • New initiative- Peer Mentoring and Coaching Grade 5-8
  • Active Co-op program – Saltfleet High School
  • Literacy/Numeracy coaches in partnership with Saltfleet Family Studies course-“Living and Working With Children.”
  • Participate in numerous transition activities (Options Day)
  • Brock Internship Centre
  • Brock Workshops on “Reality of Teaching” (five sessions)
  • Special Education Life Skills/Cooking program
  • Crawford Lake
  • Christie Conservation Area
  • Me to We (leadership opportunities)
  • Power 4 Bones program
  • Heritage Fair
  • Rugby Clinic taught by Saltfleet students
  • Best Buddies program


  • Choir
  • Band
  • Silver Birch and Red Maple Reading
  • Me To We

Before/After School Program or Activities

  • 3-Pitch Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Cross-Country
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Track and Field
  • Flag Football
  • Badminton
  • Swimming

Our School Plan

Curriculum Focus

  • Literacy – Comprehension and Questioning (Open Ended- Implicit, Making Connections)
  • Numeracy- Questioning  Grade 3- Measurement, Geometry, Graphing, Grade 6- Measurement, Patterning

Environment Focus

  • Safe Schools
  • Social Skills (CHAT- Choosing Healthy Actions and Thoughts)
  • Life Skills
  • Character Networks

Parent & Community Involvement


  • Frequent visits and presentations at Heritage Green Retirement Home
  • Taro Trust
  • Stoney Creek Food bank sponsor
  • Valley Park Recreation, Pool, Rink and Library
  • Chedoke Brain Injury Clinic, Bikes Blades and Boards
  • Brock University Students
  • Salvation Army
  • Stoney Creek Legion
  • Terry Fox Run
  • Chedoke McMaster Children’s’ Hospital
  • Fortinos
  • Walmart


  • School Council
  • Home Reading Programs
  • Volunteers
  • Pediculosis volunteer
  • Fundraising
  • Special Events and Lunches
  • Sports Events
  • Workshop(s) (Child Find, Internet Safety)
  • Parents Reaching Out Grant – Workshop and Speaker
Updated on Tuesday, October 16, 2018.
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