Welcome to St. Jacobs Public School!
St. Jacobs Public School was built in 1929. Additions were added in 1951, 1961, 1968 and 2000.
We have a population of approx. 300 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Parents and our community
We have a wonderful variety of parent volunteers at St. Jacobs Public School. Parent volunteers work in the classrooms, the office, and the library. They help with the pizza, and with special lunches, with driving teams to games and events, and all number of other activities. We also have high school students who come to help with some of our teams as well as co-op students from EDSS High School and Student Teachers from University. All the help they give makes St. Jacobs a great place to grow and learn!
St. Jacobs Home & School Association
St. Jacobs School has an active Home & School Association. The Home & School is an advisory group to the staff as well as an active group of volunteers who help with Parent Information nights, Staff appreciation, fundraising to help enrich the opportunities for students, the Stinger Reader program and the Blue Spruce/Silver Birch reading programs. As well the Home & School Association puts on the annual School Picnic, awards a Grade 8 Citizenship Award and gives help with the Grade 8 Graduation each year.
Our principal is Mrs. Mathers (email@example.com) and we have a wonderful warm caring staff of 27.
Mrs. Campbell, Ms. Hill and Mrs. Scheuring teach junior and senior kindergarten. Mrs. Grilli will be the DECE (Dedicated Early Childhood Educator) working with Mrs. Campbell, and Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Schumacher are the DECEs who will work with Mrs. Scheuring.
Mrs. Uttley teaches grade 1, Ms McCoy grade 1/2, Mrs. Dziarski grade 2. Ms Hea teaches grade 3, Mrs. Clancy and Mme Cross teach grade 3/4. Mrs. Holan will be teaching our grade 4 class, Mrs. Boyd will teach the 5 class and Mr. Johnston will teach the grade 6 class. Mr. Deiter and Ms Hemingway will be homeroom teachers for our grade 7 and 8 students.
Ms. Cross also shares her love of French with grade 1 – 4 students, while Mrs McDonnell teaches French to students in grades 5 – 8. Ms Vanier is our very musical Music teacher and Mrs. Fitzpatrick is our very special, Special Education teacher along with help from Mrs. Lebold.
Mrs. Hellerman gives a warm welcome to anyone who comes to use the school library and Mrs. Good, Mrs. Brubacher and Mrs. DeWolfe are our extremely helpful educational assistants.
Mr. Funes in the daytime and Mrs. Neskovic-Mutlak in the evenings make sure our school is clean and safe.
Ms. Rohr is available in the office and if you have any questions or concerns, you can always give her a call at 519 664-2272 or email her at (Leanne_rohr@wrdsb.ca)