Dear Jack Callaghan Community, We have come to the end of our roller coaster of a ride school year. Since September we have created new routines, learned new rules, and we have flipped between in school and online. I think … Read More
Just a reminder that Monday is the final day to drop off Technology and pick up any personal belongings left at the school. All technology that was borrowed by students from grades JK to 6 (with the exception of Mr. … Read More
Just a reminder that between 9am and 11am tomorrow, Friday, June 25th. Families are welcome to drop off any borrowed technology and pick up any student belongings from the school. Please arrive according to the schedule based on your last … Read More
Just a reminder to graduates tomorrow is pick up day for your certificates and belongings. Mr. Tomlinson’s class from 1-2pm. Ms. Mattiussi’s class from 2-3pm. There will be an area set up for photos when you pick up your certificate. … Read More
Trillium Lakelands District School Board buildings including Jack Callaghan Public School are lowering flags on June 23rd to half–mast in memory of those who have lost their lives through acts of terror in Canada and around the world. This day marks … Read More
As we head into the weekend before our final full week of school learning, let’s celebrate the tenacity and resiliency it has taken to get here! At the beginning of the year, we told ourselves and we told our kids … Read More
Jack Callaghan supports our 2SLGBTQIA+ community and is committed to creating an inclusive environment, understanding the culture, beliefs, and identity of our staff and students. We are flying the progress pride flag at our school to recognize Pride Month!
Thank you for all your support Cougars. We raised over $160 worth of rewards from the book fair. We will use the funds to update reading materials in our school library. Thank you for your support and happy summer reading!
On Tuesday, June 1st we will be participating in Orange Shirt Day to honour the 215 indigenous children. #everychildmatters
The flag at our school is lowered today and will remain lowered to honour the 215 lives taken at the former residential school in British Columbia.