PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Cafeteria (hot meals)
Lunch & After school activities
Physical Education Program
ADDTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES
Spiritual and Community Animator
Resource Teachers and Childcare Workers
Psycholgist, Speech, & Occupational Therapists
Tutors (French & English)
Nesbitt School is one of the few elementary schools offering two programs of instruction: a full French immersion program and a regular English program.
|Kindergarten||100% French instruction|
|Cycle 1||Grade 1 & 2 - 100% French instruction|
|Cycle 2 & 3||Grade 3, 4, 5, 6 - 50 % French / 50 % English|
to grade 6
|90 minutes of French instruction per day|
Nesbitt School operates a Day Care service under the direction of Lorraine Nardozza. Service is available both before and after school, between the hours of 7:00 and 7:52 am, 11:17 and 12:17 pm, and 2:17 and 6:00 pm. Regular users (minimum 3 days per week) will pay $7.00/day for Daycare services. Students who are regular Day Care users are not required to pay Lunch Supervision fees. Occasional users will pay $10.00/day and must pay Lunch Supervision fees. You may reach the Day Care at 514-721-2558.
Students at Nesbitt have the option of either bringing their own lunch or purchasing a hot meal from the cafeteria.
Hot meals, including soup, juice, and desert, are available for $3.25. Students may also buy fruit, cheese, cookies, etc. to supplement their meals.
Lunch monitors supervise non-cafeteria students throughout the lunch period in designated areas of the school. Lunch Supervision fees cover the cost of hiring monitors to supervise the students. These fees, however, do not apply to regular users of Daycare. Family rates will apply.
Lunch Supervision Fees, approved by the Nesbitt governing Board, for 2007-2008, are as follows:
One child - $200
Two children - $380
Three or more children - $520
We encourage parents to provide a healthy, balanced lunch for their child.
We discourage soft drinks, candy, chips and other "junk food".
For health reasons, including food allergies, we discourage the sharing of food among students.
For safety reasons, no glass containers or bottles are allowed.
Because some children are severely allergic to nuts we ask that you not send peanut butter, nutella or any other nut products to school.
In partnership with Club Des Petits Déjeuners, Nesbitt School provides a wholesome, healthy breakfast to its students. This program is available each morning from 7:30 to 8:00 am. in the snack bar located in the basement. The cost for this program is $48/ school year or $12/ term.
Nesbitt has two fully eqipped computer labs, including a Smart Board, and internet acces. In addition, each classroom has between 2 and 5 computers, and a mobile lab.
Nesbitt has a computerized library including 15, 000 books and volumes.
PELO (Italian & Tamil classes),
Sports & Recreation
After School Activities:
World of Reptiles
Nesbitt School has a music room filled with numerous brass, percussion, and wind instruments. Students from Kindergarten to grade 6 develop their musical abilities and appreciation for the arts.
Our Physical Education program is varied and progressive. Through movement, physical activities, games and sports, students are helped to develop their potential physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally.
To further enhance the senior Physical Education program, Nesbitt School is a member of the Greater Montreal Athletic Association (G.M.A.A.).
For comfort, cleanliness and safety, all students are required to wear a gym uniform for Physical Education classes. The Nesbitt uniform includes a white short-sleeved T-shirt, navy blue shorts or fleece jogging pants, and running shoes.Clothing in the colour code imprinted with the Nesbitt crest is available from the official supplier, 100% Cloz Inc.
As an extension to the Physical Education Program, Nesbitt students have had the opportunity to participate in a kick-a-thon, circus, skipping club, wint
Students at Nesbitt have the opportunity to receive academic support and homework assistance in any subject area. This program is offered Monday to Thursday from 2:17 to 3:17 pm and from 3:17 to 4:17 pm.
Nesbitt School is one of the few elementary schools in the EMSB which offers a summer enrichment program for students. This program runs from 2 to 3 weeks, targetting primarily cycle 1 and 2 students needing a jump-start into the next school year. Students who participate in this program develop literacy skills through project-based learning.