School Hours

Supervision Begins: 8:10 am
Entry Bell: 8:25 am
Period 1: 8:25-9:25 am
Period 2: 9:25-10:05 am
First Nutrition Break: 10:05-10:45 am
Period 3: 10:45-11:35 am
Period 4: 11:35-12:25 pm
Second Nutrition Break: 12:25-1:15 pm
Period 5: 1:15-2:15 pm
Period 6: 2:15-2:55 pm
Dismissal: 2:55 pm (Kindergarten 2:45)
Supervision Ends: 3:10 pm

Entry and Dismissal

Note: Breakfast Program is open to all students - served Mon. to Fri. from 8:10 to 8:25 am in the school's west hallway by the library - enter through Door #8 off of southwest blacktop - volunteers always needed - see Volunteer Info. Breakfast Club is cancelled if buses are cancelled.

8:25 am - Yellow, Red, Blue, Green AND Purple room students should meet in the West Kindergarten pen. Purple Room students will then be taken to the North Kindergarten pen by their teacher and/or ECE. (For the winter months, Purple Room students will meet in the North Kindergarten pen.) All Gr. 1 to Gr. 6 students should meet on the blacktop in your designated area. Gr. 1 and 2 enter through Door #10 and Gr. 3 to 6 enter through Door #8.

2:45 pm - Yellow, Red, Blue and Green Rooms are dismissed from the West Kindergarten pen. Purple Room is dismissed from their classroom - Door #18.

2:55 pm - Gr. 1 and 2 students are dismissed from Door #10 and Gr. 3 to 6 students are dismissed through Door #8.

Note: Students taking the bus and students in the YMCA or other aftercare programs are dismissed as instructed to parents/guardians.

If you require further information please contact the school office at: 905-632-3946.

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Mohawk Gardens Public School is a Kindergarten to Grade 6 school in southeast Burlington, Ontario and we celebrated our 50th Anniversary in 2018. Our school colours are blue and orange and our mascot is a mustang. 

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School News

  • School News includes announcements that are featured in our weekly email sent by School Messenger to all parents/guardians. You can also access School News through the HDSB mobile app.
  • Craft Night 2019 Mohawk Gardens families are invited to join us for our annual winter craft night to welcome the season. Families were asked to register using a Google form.Miss Raspopov and her Gr. 3 elves have been busy preparing several different craft activities including cookie decorating, snowmen making, "stained-glass" window ornaments, and paper snow globes with stands. After visiting the craft stations, families can enjoy some hot chocolate and cookies (from School Council) and then join us in the gym to sing some carols.(Note: Our Book Fair was originally scheduled to be open this evening but will now be open next week.)Update: For pictures from the wonderful event, please see Miss Raspopov's tweet and Mrs. Kisko's ...
    Posted Dec 7, 2019, 7:32 PM by MGPS Council
  • Coby's Anti-Bully Show Mohawk Gardens welcomed professional magician, Coby, to our school on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 for performances of Coby's Anti-Bully Show."The anti-bullying magic show helps students and teachers identify signs of bullying. It also helps the students feel good about themselves. All while having FUN. The Anti-Bullying magic show is the story of Professional Magician Coby who was bullied as a child through his teen years. It gives students an understanding of BULLYING as seen through the eyes of the person who is being bullied."Ask your children what they learned from Coby's show.
    Posted Dec 3, 2019, 8:06 PM by MGPS Council
  • Join the Joy 2019 For the second year, Mohawk Gardens was invited to decorate four holiday trees for the Join the Joy Holiday Open House event at Joseph Brant Hospital.Special thanks to our Gr. 1 classes (Mrs. Brandreth, Ms. Maheu, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Kisko), Miss Raspopov's Gr. 3 class, Mrs. Howard's Gr. 3-4 class and our Special Education team for decorating the trees. They look wonderful!Families could attend the event on Sunday, December 1st from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm and participate in some complimentary and ticketed festive activity stations including teddy bear wellness clinic, finger cast making, festive fish pond, cookie and stocking decorating, face painting and glitter tattoos, festive photo wall, photos with Santa ...
    Posted Dec 3, 2019, 7:48 PM by MGPS Council
  • Arctic Adventure Book Fair Dear Mohawk Gardens Families:Due to unforeseen circumstances, our book fair was not open from Dec. 2nd to Dec. 5th as originally scheduled. Our Scholastic Book Fair will now be open from Dec. 10th to Dec. 13th - 8:00 am to 4:00 pm each day with extended hours until 6:00 pm on Wed. Dec. 11th (the same night as the Terra Cotta Cookie Dough pickup).It's that exciting time of year again!  The Scholastic Book Fair is set up in our library and will be open for sales soon. Here are some featured books and author videos to take a sneak peek of some of the amazing titles you will find at the fair.The Scholastic Book ...
    Posted Dec 8, 2019, 5:43 PM by MGPS Council
  • Dare to Care The Halton District School Board is part of an exciting pilot project kicking off this November. Ten schools within the district were selected to take part in the national award winning program, Dare to Care. Dare to Care is a Bully Prevention and Life Skills program for K-8. Our school is happy to announce that we are one of the 10 schools taking part in this pilot and our school community will receive grade appropriate student workshops, a parent session, and professional development for staff. Bullying behavior is not always easy for adults or children to recognize or define. A fight between friends or siblings, or rough play between children with equal power is conflict, not bullying. Bullying is ...
    Posted Nov 21, 2019, 4:24 PM by MGPS Council
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Nutrition Program Appreciation

Mohawk Gardens offers a daily breakfast program and a weekly snack program thanks to grants provided by Halton Food for ThoughtPresident's Choice Children's Charity and Metro Green Apple Program. We also receive regular food donations from St. Elizabeth's Anglican Church and May Court Club of Oakville. We are very grateful for the volunteer support we receive from our family volunteers and from the community including organizations such as Cargill Canada, RBC, Rotary Club of Burlington and the United Way. Special thanks to IKEA Canada for their donation to our program. For more information about how you can donate or volunteer, please contact