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Click here to find out how to download E-Books from the School Library.

For the safety and security of all students please keep dogs off school property.

If your child has a severe medical issue, anaphylaxis reactions or needs medication administered at school please contact the school for the appropriate documentation required.

When using our Kiss and Drive PLEASE make sure you come to a complete stop at our stop sign, for the safety of all of our students.

Please remember when visiting our school to sign in at the office and pick up a visitor badge. As well, when dropping off lunches please leave in the office or wait for your child to come down to pick them up.


Important Dates


November 3rd: Student Of The Month Assemblies. Grades 1-3 9:05

Grades 4-8 9:45

November 8th: Grade 8's to BDSS.

November 6th: Progress Report Cards Go Home

November 11th: Remembrance Day Assembly

November 12th: Parent/Teacher Interview Night

November 14th: Professional Activity Day

November 18th-21st: Book Fair

November 18: Kindergarten Student of the Month Assembly 9"00 a.m.

November 19th: BDSS Open House

November 25th: School Advisory Council 6:00 pm.

November 27th-November 30th: Samko Fund-Raiser

November 28th: Lunch Lady

December 1: Student of the Month Assemblies. Primary 9:05.

Junior-Intermediat 9:45.

December 8th: Junior Classes to Wizard of Oz performance

December 12th: Reciepts from Samko Fund-Rasier due to the office.

December 19: Lunch Lady, last day of classes for Holiday Break.


Welcome to Senator Gibson Public School

Another successful month has quickly passed at Senator Gibson. October was a busy month with students being actively involved in their learning, participating in various sports teams and clubs and, enjoying the beautiful weather. Teachers continue to provide students with many opportunities to demonstrate their understanding and learning and we look forward sharing with you during our Parent/Teacher meetings on November 12th, 2014.

Community Survey:

A strong relationship between school and home is very important to our student’s success.   It is for this reason that we would like your help in completing an on-line survey.   The survey is a joint venture with the School Advisory Council and asks for your input on a variety of school related topics including; communication, school climate, parent involvement, co-curricular activities and School Advisory Council. We have sent out a letter to families and are excited to see the results of our survey.  

Holiday Fund-Raiser:

Please see the links below to a parent letter and flyer from Samko & Miko Toy Warehouse with some of their amazing deals just in time for the holiday season.

Parent Letter Samko Miko Toy Sale 2014

Samko Hamilton Toy Flyer 2014

Senator Gibson has registered with the warehouse to fund-raise for the school.  

All that you need to do is shop there between November 27th to November 30, 2014 and Senator Gibson will receive 10% of the purchased sales by Senator Gibson families.   Just remember to let the cashier know upon checkout that you are fund-raising for Senator Gibson Public School and at this point the cashier will stamp your receipt.  After you return home with your purchases, please send the original receipt(s) in an envelope marked toy sale (with your child’s name on it) to the school so it can be processed for the school’s rebate.   

All receipts should be sent to the school by December 12th, 2014.

Senator Gibson's Mission Statement

The community of Senator Gibson Public School is committed to creating an inclusive environment where students are educated, inspired and challenged to be critical thinkers who contribute in our changing society.

We are pleased to provide an outstanding education at Senator Gibson Public School for our students. Innovative programs that meet the needs of all our students are taught by our dedicated and professional staff who care about your child. Our school provides extra-curricular opportunities that encourage the development of excellence, integrity and respect.

Our Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement and creating an environment where we are working together on our goal of success for every student. We also value the community partnerships and parent involvement which are so crucial to a successful education for our students.

We welcome your input and questions.