Nutrition Break Arts and Science Program – beginning April 7th

*some spring classes currently have space available* – See updated registration form
Various Art and Science Programs are offered during the nutrition breaks at Manor Park to grade level children. The programs are designed to support creativity, art, and science and are a collaborative effort between the school, School Council and staff of the Manor Park Community Council (MPCC).

Happy Spring!

The spring session of the Nutrition Break Arts and Science Program for students in grades 1-6 will be begin the week of April 7th and run for 6 weeks. This collaborative effort of the School, School Council, and Manor Park Community Council, is offered to support creativity in our students. We are excited to offer new programming in our cooking, arts, science, and yoga classes.  The support of this program is amazing and we continue to add new classes including Origami for this spring.

Please click here for the updated registration form and details of the Nutrition Break Arts and Science Program.  Some classes are now full and the registration form now shows the classes with space available.

While our goal is to accommodate all interested students, please note that space is limited, so registrations will be treated on a ‘first in’ basis. Parents will be contacted if their is no space left upon enrolment.

Parents are asked to attach a note to the registration form if their child has allergies and is registering in Cooking.

Subsidized spaces are available on an as need basis. Please contact principal Sue Massaad for further details.

Thank you for your support!

Child and Youth Mental Health Information Session – Thursday, April 10, 2014, 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location: Manor Park Public School Library
click here for a copy of the flyer:  Michael Baine Presentation


We are thrilled to welcome Michael Baine, Lead Consultant for the Child and Youth Mental Health Initiative with the Ottawa Network for Education to Manor Park School.

In this session, Mr. Baine will help parents better understand:

  • child and youth mental health
  • the issues within a school context
  • local and provincial initiatives currently going on
  • where one can find resources within the community

A handout of resources will be provided. This workshop is free, but space is limited.  Please RSVP at

Hosted by the Manor Park Home and School Association with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Education People Reaching Out grant.