Shauna May Seneca School in Walker (Southeast) will accommodate:
Shauna May Seneca School will be built in the Walker neighbourhood, located on the southwest corner of Wonnacott Way and Watt Drive SW.
Making sure students have a great place to grow and learn is our priority. That’s why students and staff will start the 2017-2018 school year at Jan Reimer School because of construction delays at Shauna May Seneca School. On January 8, 2018, students and staff from Shauna May Seneca School will move together to their permanent location.
While the delay is disappointing, principals of both schools are committed to creating a warm, caring environment for all students and making sure the move to the Shauna May Seneca School building is as smooth as possible next January. Learn more about our plan to support students through the school-within-a-school model.
If your child is not registered at our school yet, join us in August to register your child for the 2017-2018 school year. We look forward to welcoming students and their families!
August 9 and August 16
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Michael Strembitsky School, 4110 Savaryn Dr SW
Student Registration forms will be available at the event, or you can print and complete the form in advance. Please bring:
For more information about registering your child, contact us at 587-489-4722 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
View summer registration dates for the other 10 new schools opening this September.
Once Shauna May Seneca students move into their new school in January, yellow bus service will no longer be provided as all students in the primary attendance area live within the walk boundary. For questions about yellow bus serivce, contact Student Transportation at 780-429-8585.
To register or for more information, contact the child care provider at email@example.com or call 780-435-4532.
Greenfield School Age Day Care Association will be moving to our school when the building opens on January 8, 2018. This child care provider will serve children from Kindergarten to Grade 6 who attend the school.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas about attendance areas for Shauna May Seneca School. We heard from some of you at our information meetings and from many more of you through our online survey. Please know your feedback helped us make our decisions.
The Superintendent has approved the following attendance area for Shauna May Seneca School:
ATTENDANCE ELIGIBILITY CHANGES
On January 25, 2017, the Superintendent approved the following eligibility changes for Shauna May Seneca School:
We chose an attendance area that would allow as many students as possible to attend a school close to home, and we did our best to keep families and communities together. We were also careful to make sure the school doesn’t fill up too quickly while communities are still growing. This is a lesson we learned from opening other schools in new areas. This option also provides relief from enrolment pressure at Crawford Plains and Ellerslie schools, by redirecting 288 students from those schools.
For the 2017-2018 school year, Shauna May Seneca School will have a closed attendance boundary. This means the school can only accept students from its primary attendance area.
Every student who pre-enrols will get to attend their primary designated school. The school will carefully manage enrolment to make sure there’s room for new students who move into the school’s primary attendance area, and we hope this will minimize the need to change attendance areas in the future.
For questions about the attendance area decision, contact the Planning Department at 780-429-8539.
The new school in Walker will be named after Shauna May Seneca, a former social worker and co-founder of the Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society. The Board of Trustees approved this school name, along with the names of eight more new schools, at a public board meeting on June 21, 2016. Ivor Dent and Michael Phair schools, which are also opening in September 2017, were named the previous year. Read her biography or watch the Shauna May Seneca video to learn about her outstanding contributions and achievments.