By: EMSB Communications
Nutrition month is here! Take some time to reflect on your food choices with this year’s theme ‘Bring a Natural Balance to Nutrition’.
Like most things in life, nutrition is about balance. Having a healthy diet can look different for everyone! What’s most important is to have a variety of nutritious foods every day.
By: EMSB CommunicationsA record number of 21 students were presented with the Robert Alfred Peck Prize for Excellence in French at the monthly Council of Commissioners meeting on January 23.
Visit the EMSB's educational resources section for educational and mental health support links for families. Links and activities for elementary and high school students are available.
The provincial Government also has a new educational website called Open School where you can find more educational activities for your children.
We are thrilled to hear that you have selected Honoré Mercier as your child(ren)’s elementary school. We look forward to having you join our family.
January 29th to February 2nd, 2024
(by appointment only)
|February 5th to February 9th, 2024
(by appointment only)
Our regular Elementary School Registration week is between February 5 to February 9, 2024.
If you already have a child registered in our school, please make an appointment during the sibling registration dates indicated above.
Parents who are interested in registering their child(ren) at Honoré Mercier School need to take an appointment to complete registration. We ask that you book an appointment using our online reservation system through the following link.
For additional information, please contact the school.
Honoré Mercier school was built in 1967 by the St. Leonard School Board to accommodate a growing French speaking population. It was given the name of the last nationalist premier of Quebec, Honoré Mercier. It became an English school within the Jerome Le Royer School Board in 1978. In 1998, Honoré Mercier became part of the English Montreal School Board.
By: EMSB Communication
Victoria Rawski, a Grade 6 student at Honoré Mercier Elementary School in St. Leonard, has been selected to represent Canada at the International Mundialito Tournament, which will take place under the auspices of FIFA from April 1 to April 9, 2023 in Spain.
This is an international event that brings together the world's elite soccer players in age-based categories between eight and 13 years old. For this exclusive tournament, École Sportive Montréal Canada is proud to count on the participation of a player from the Montreal region. Victoria also plays for the St Leonard Lions and practices two to three times a week. She must also train at home with exercises sent from her coach. She is very dedicated.
“Victoria has been playing soccer since she was a little girl,” says her mom Jennifer Uniat. “It started out for fun, and throughout COVID became essential for physical and mental health. She has gained confidence through the sport and is passionate on the field.”
Victoria is an honours student at Honoré Mercier and of Ukrainian background. In 2021-2022, she collected soccer balls as part of a school project to give to the Ukrainians that arrived in Montreal. She was hoping to share a smile despite languages barriers and difficulties of starting over. “Friendship without boarders” was the title of her project. She collected so many soccer balls that she is still continuing this project. Victoria was also recently voted as the most “caring” classmate in her class.