School News & Announcements

Easter Raffle

Raffle tickets will begin on Thursday, March 26th until April 2nd during lunch at the office.  
The draw will happen at the end of the day on April 2nd. Tickets are 5 for $1

Valentine's Family Dance

posted Jan 11, 2020, 6:11 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 13 from 6:00-8:00 for our very first Valentine Family Dance. OLMC School Council is busy planning and organizing a fun-filled evening! There will be pizza, drinks, chips, glow balloons/sticks, music and dance! Join us for this family event.

Pizza and Popcorn

posted Jan 8, 2020, 4:44 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We will be sending out the order forms for pizza and popcorn electronically shortly. We will be using School Cashonline for all purchases. If you have not already registered, please do so this week ( It is fairly easy to set up and is best done on a laptop. All you need your child's name and birthdate. Once you have set up your account, you will receive emails any time a new item is posted. Should you require assistance, School Council will be hosting an evening at school to assist you in registering. Details about the date will follow shortly. 

Birthday Party for Baby Jesus

posted Dec 11, 2019, 4:06 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Dear OLMC Families,

Every year, we celebrate the birth of Jesus by gathering in the gym to share a traditional Christmas dinner with all students in our school. On Monday, December 16th, your child will be provided with turkey, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, gravy, cranberries, stuffing, bun/butter, juice and a cupcake all prepared by staff over the weekend. There are many school board volunteers from our Planning and Facilities Department and volunteers from our own families who support us by prepping, serving and cleaning to make this celebration possible for our students. We are blessed and honoured to be able to share this time with our students. This serves as a reminder that your child will not require a lunch on Monday. Please send snacks as per usual. #BeOLMC

​​​​​​​OLMC Staff

Christmas Store

posted Dec 11, 2019, 4:02 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Dear OLMC Families,

Our Christmas Store (formerly White Elephant Sale) is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 19th. This is an opportunity for students to purchase donated items for Christmas gifts for their family/friends. Most items are a loonie or a toonie (some larger items may be a bit more). Students wishing to participate should come with small change (not large bills). Gifts are wrapped and labelled and your child will bring them home on Thursday. All proceeds support school initiatives such as field trips, special performances. Thanks for your support!

OLMC Staff

Pizza Lunch: School Cash Online

posted Nov 20, 2019, 4:03 PM by Debbie Lloyd

Dear OLMC Parents/Guardians,

Pizza lunches will be starting soon. We are moving to Cash Online exclusively for all pizza orders, which requires you to create an account.  We will no longer accept cash. Here is a one minute movie clip that will give you a brief overview of the registration and online shopping experience.

Register Online:

Step 1: Please use this link or you can access a live link on the OLMC Website

Step 2: Register by selecting the “Get Started Now” and following the steps.

Step 3: After you receive the confirmation email, please select the ‘click here’ option, login in and add each of your children to your household account.

✓Convenient ✓Safe ✓Secure

PLEASE NOTE: If you have any questions during the registration process or while shopping online, please contact the friendly Parent Help Desk by calling

1-866-961-1803 or by e-mailing

Maker Mobile Workshops

posted Nov 9, 2019, 11:30 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Dear OLMC Parents and Guardians,

This week, all students K-6 will participate in a Maker Mobile workshop led by University of Ottawa. Funding is being covered by donations and there is no cost to parents. 

The uOttawa Maker Mobile is a Makerspace on wheels. Carrying the latest technologies, the Maker Mobile delivers fun hands-on learning activities to schools, complementing the school curriculum. The goal is to encourage creativity, problem-solving skills and interest in technology among everyone in our community.

Here is a list and description of the workshops:

Kindergarten: Bee-bot
Bee-Bot is an award-winning programmable robot, perfect for teaching orientation, sequencing, estimation and programming to young children. Students will have the opportunity to complete the challenge of programming their Bee-Bot to make its way through a maze.

Gr. 1-2: Codemaker programming and scratch
Students will learn to program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they will learn to solve problems, design projects and express themselves creatively on the iPad.

Gr. 2/3-3/4: Little Bits
In this hands-on workshop, students will investigate circuits and computer logic using electronic building blocks called Little Bits, while learning some basic programming concepts.

Gr. 4/5-6: Create your own animal habitats in AR
Students will learn about different animal habitats and their characteristics. Then, they will create their own animal habitat in 3D using the online software CoSpaces. They will learn how to animate their animals and use simple coding concepts to make them move. Afterwards, using a Merge cube, they will see their habitat come to life with augmented reality!

Remembrance Day Ceremony

posted Nov 9, 2019, 10:57 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Please join us in commemorating and remembering our heroes, past and present, who have sacrificed to ensure our freedom. Our ceremony begins at 10:45 on Monday, November 11.

Parent Teacher Conferences

posted Nov 4, 2019, 4:53 AM by Debbie Lloyd

We welcome open communication between home and school. Please consult this list to book an appointment with your child's teacher(s).

Happy Thanksgiving

posted Oct 13, 2019, 5:07 AM by Debbie Lloyd

Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving.

International Dot Day

posted Sep 15, 2019, 10:24 AM by Our Lady of Mount Carmel School

Tomorrow, Sept. 16, we are celebrating International Dot Day, which encourages creativity, collaboration and courage. Many classes will participate in activities that promote these skills....Wear polka dots in recognition of this day!

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