Fast Facts and Bell Times

History

St. Paul, the patron saint of the school is known for his conversion on the road to Damascus. He spent the remainder of his life spreading the Good News of the Gospel to the world.

This school's name honours the prominent place of St. Paul in our Catholic faith. The school was founded in 1972 and has been located at its current site since.

Did you know that...

    • We have over 70 parent and community volunteers! Our volunteers run our daily breakfast and milk programs, serve on our school council, volunteer on class trips and within the classrooms. We wouldn't be able to do what we do without the ongoing, strong support we continue to receive from our community.

    • St. Paul Catholic Elementary School is a community of faith. The Christian values and spirit permeate all areas of learning and school life. A true sense of community is created where every person is known and respected.

    • The school was founded in 1972 and has been located at its current site since. There was an addition to the school in 1980. A second addition was completed in 1993. The most recent addition and renovation was completed in 2014.

    • During the 2014-2015 school year, out outdoor classroom was completed and dedicated to the memory of Carolynn Collins. The playground structure was also completed thanks to the tremendous support of the community and Catholic School Council.

Bell Times

Each school day has the following schedule:

8:30 A.M Supervision

8:45 A.M. Entry Bell

9:25 A.M. - 9:40 A.M. or 10:05 A.M. - 10:20 A.M Recess

11:00 A.M. - 11:40 A.M. - First Lunch Recess

11:40 A.M. - 11:55 A.M. - Lunch

11:55 A.M. - 12:35 P.M. - Second Lunch Recess

1:15 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. or 1:55 P.M. - 2:10 P.M. Recess

3:10 P.M. Dismissal

Parish Information

St. Paul Roman Catholic Church

4186 Hwy 7,

P.O. Box 208

Norwood, ON K0L 2V0

Phone: 705-639-5524

Fax: 705-639-5836

E-Mail: stpaulcarmel@personainternet.com

Sunday Mass Schedule:

Saturday @ 5pm & Sunday @ 10:30am

Clergy:

Administrator: Fr. Jean Pierre Pilon