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Our Facebook page is regularly updated with pictures and information.  Find us at St Gregory Catholic School – Carleton Place  or click the Facebook link at the top of this website.

Breakfast Club of Canada Fundraising Campaign

Breakfast Club Canada is partnering with Walmart and Costco to help our kids.  Click here to see more about this campaign.

Upcoming Catholic School Council Elections

Elections will soon take place for our Catholic School Council 2017/2018 year.  Please consider being part of this important team.  Nomination forms can be printed from this website under the “For Parent” tab in the CSC section.

Elections will take place Thursday, September 21 at the 6 pm meeting.


St. Gregory Open House BBQ

We invite you to join us at our welcome back open house!  Please click here for information.  On the information form we are looking for volunteers.  Please consider donating 30 minutes of your time to help make our BBQ a success!

Warm Welcome to our new Principal

We would like to welcome Paula Perrault to St. Gregory Catholic School as our new principal.  Wishing Heather Gerber well as she continues to recover.


Get Well Fr. Gus Wishes

Many of our students have been working hard on cards for Fr. Gus.  Fr. Gus came by today to say goodbye to the students and to remind them to continue to to pray for him.  Aaron in Mrs. Killeen-Darou’s class worked especially hard to create this beautiful card for Fr. Gus.  Fr. Gus will be missed by all here at St. Gregory.


Youth Choir

Musical Ride Field Trip on June 14 and 16th

The weather co-operated for the Grade 1 and Grade 2 classes.  A great experience seeing the horses, barn and museum at the RCMP Stables.

Kinder Curriculum Night

Thank you to all those who attended our Kinder Curriculum Night Wednesday, June 7th.  It was an  informative, interactive and hands-on evening.

Well Wishes for Fr. Gus

Fr. Gus, pastor of St. Mary Parish, Carleton Place has been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and is now on leave from the parish to focus on his health and undergo chemotherapy treatments.  Many of our St. Gregory, Notre Dame and St. Mary families know Fr. Gus through his work in our schools and in the parish.  Fr. Gus has given his time, energy and resources to parishioners, school children and our community and now it is our turn to show our appreciation and let him know we are praying for him.  Anyone wishing to send cards or well wishes to Fr. Gus can do so by dropping off material to the parish office at St. Mary Church in Carleton Place or to the office at St. Gregory.  Please keep this wonderful man and model of Christian grace in your prayers. 

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