COVID-19 Information

PRIMARY (Casa/Toddler) Screening Form

ELEMENTARY Screening Form

Staff Screening Form

You must screen for COVID-19 every day before going to school/child care, after 5:00 a.m. each morning.

Sick Child at Home Decision Chart

Sick Child at School Decision Chart

Return Attestation Form

Child and Youth Mental Health Support

Book COVID-19 Tests Online Here

Lyonsgate COVID-19 Advisory Page

COVID-19 Supplemental Parent Handbook

Our Mission

Lyonsgate Montessori School is a fully bilingual, CCMA-accredited Montessori programme for children 18 months to 12 years of age. At Lyonsgate we believe in education of the whole child. We believe that each child develops at their own individual pace and that through guided experiential learning and hands-on activity, we can help them reach their full potential. We encourage children in a positive way, setting the foundation for a lifelong love of learning.

Year End and Youth Vaccination Info

I wanted to take this time to really thank each and every one of you for putting your trust in us this year. It has been quite a year, lots of handwashing, cleaning,  learning to put masks on and off safely and new words for all of us, like "cohorts!" We have gotten through it all with grace and dignity and always with the utmost respect for the child. We are looking forward to next year with anticipation of a little more normalcy. Enjoy your summer and we look forward to seeing you and your child again in September. Warmly, RachelImportant Dates: Thursday, June 24 is the last day of school.In-person students at the Primary campus will have a full day following the regular hours and schedule. Remote learning Elementary students and families: you have received a separate email with some schedule changes for the last week of school, and information about the last day.Monday, June 21, 8:00 - 11:15 is Elementary material return and personal item pick up.Elementary students are…

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Ontario Parent Survey

McMaster University’s Offord Centre for Child Studies is conducting a follow-up Ontario Parent Survey. The initial survey took place 3 months into the pandemic. Both studies general themes focus on the well-being and health of children and parents/caregivers, family stressors, family relations, and how COVID has had an impact on individuals and families. “This follow-up study will help inform community practice on how to assist families through these very challenging times, now and in the future,” said lead researcher Andrea Gonzalez, Associate Professor and Tier II Canada Research Chair in Family Health and Preventive Interventions.. “Given the findings of this survey may be used to inform service provision and the development of family resources, it is important to hear from families that reflect the diverse range of races, ethnicities, socio-economic status, and family structures of which the province is composed.” Please access the survey at: The…

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