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 & 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.

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. 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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Congratulations on 50 years Mustangs!

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.
  • Halloween Dance-a-thon Our Halloween Glow-in-the-Dark Dance-a-thon is NEW this year as we usually hold our dance on or near Valentine's Day. Bright orange/yellow dance-a-thon forms have been sent home with students and forms are due back by Oct. 29th. There are new fundraising incentives this year! Our 400 students will be dancing for 30 minutes each starting with the first classes right at 8:30 am and ending right before dismissal. Kids look great when they wear white or bright neon colours under the black lights - it's a really cool effect! Unfortunately, there is no available time on Oct. 31st for a hallway costume parade and/or assembly this year and it ...
    Posted Oct 19, 2019, 1:54 PM by MGPS Council
  • Great Big Crunch 2019 On Thursday, October 24th, all of our students and staff will be biting into an apple at the same moment in our gym for Halton Food for Thought's Great Big Crunch event in support of healthy eating in the Halton region.The apples are all donated by Drummond Farms apple orchard in Waterdown (with support from Tandia) and rinsed by our parent volunteers.After sharing some apple facts and jokes, we will be watching the Apple Song Countdown.What do you call an apple that plays the trumpet? - A tooty fruity!How does a ghost eat an apple? - By goblin' it!
    Posted Oct 19, 2019, 1:51 PM by MGPS Council
  • Dr. Eric Walters visits MG! Well-known, decorated and respected Canadian author, Dr. Eric Walters, will be visiting our school on Wednesday, October 23rd and will be presenting to students in Gr. 4, 5 and 6 with a blend of drama, storytelling and audience participation. Dr. Walters has written over 100 books and received over 100 awards!See Mrs. Faint's library display of books by Eric Walters."In June 2013 Eric became ‘Dr. Walters’ when he was granted the honorary degree of Literarum Doctorem by Wilfred Laurier University."  "In 2015, Eric received the Order of Canada for his contributions to literacy and social justice issues.""Eric, along with his wife Anita, and Ruth and Henry Kyatha, are the co-founders of the Creation of ...
    Posted Oct 19, 2019, 1:19 PM by MGPS Council
  • X Movement Our students were excited to welcome X Movement aka Aussie X back to the school for their second set of workshops from October 15 to October 18, 2019. When X Movement first visited us in June 2019, they taught all of our students some dance moves. For this visit, all of our students are going outside and learning some of the fundamentals of Australian sports. Thanks to the MGPS School Council and our community for fundraising in order to support this event. For photos, see Mrs. Howard's tweets about #HavingAGo and our Little Rippas!"Aussie X explores Growth Mindset through the Australian sports of footy, netball and cricket. The new physical skills challenge students to "Have a Go" at ...
    Posted Oct 18, 2019, 12:28 AM by MGPS Council
  • Cross Country Meet 2019 What a wonderful day to run! Our cross country team assembled at Sherwood Forest Park on Tuesday, October 8th for a great day of running.Congratulations to all of our runners in Gr. 3, 4, 5 and 6 who ran very well and finished their distances!!! See Miss Goodish's tweet and Mrs. Howard's tweet and tweet.Special kudos to our ribbon finishers: Declan M., Noah W., Ivy G. and special mention to our only Gr. 6 girl runner, Paxtyn H. - see Mrs. Howard's tweet.Extra special mention to George F. for showing us all how to be truly kind!Big thanks to our parent volunteers, Marco and Shelley, for setting up the tents and for monitoring ...
    Posted Oct 19, 2019, 12:44 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