Tue, 10 Dec, 2013
Redesigned District Website
Edmonton Public Schools has launched a redesigned website at http://epsb.ca.
The new website is a complete reworking of the District’s public-facing site, based on input from parents and stakeholders. The new site focuses more sharply than ever on meeting the needs of families as they make choices about their children’s education.
Wed, 4 Dec, 2013
Board hears District Infrastructure Strategy to address student population growth and aging buildings
At its regularly scheduled meeting on December 3, the Edmonton Public Schools Board of Trustees were presented with the District’s Infrastructure Strategy, which addresses the issue of growing neighbourhoods and includes the District Accommodation Plan for New and Developing Neighbourhoods.
Mon, 2 Dec, 2013
Space for Our Students – Making Room for Students in Growing Neighbourhoods
If you’ve been to one of the newer areas of the city, you’ll know there are more families and more communities than ever before.
Fri, 22 Nov, 2013
Bill Comrie pays it forward
At the launch of the full-day Kindergarten at Calder School, Edmonton Public Schools Foundation Director, Sandra Woitas announced Bill Comrie has donated $500,000 over the next five years to support a full-day Kindergarten class at one of the high needs schools.
Thu, 21 Nov, 2013
Winter weather tips
Cold temperatures, wind chill and snow can make getting to and from school challenging. This winter season, Edmonton Public Schools is reminding parents, guardians and families of the following:
Fri, 8 Nov, 2013
Remembrance Day Ceremonies across Edmonton Public Schools
Many of our schools are hosting Remembrance Day ceremonies to honour the thousands of Canadians who fought and gave their lives for the cause of freedom, and for those who continue to serve on peacekeeping and peacemaking missions in countries around the world.
Thu, 7 Nov, 2013
District students are tops at the International World Chinese Language and Culture Competition
Three district students were awarded first prize in the group category at the 6th annual Chinese Bridge, an international Chinese Language and Culture Competition.
Tue, 5 Nov, 2013
Harry Ainlay School hosts Junior High Leadership Conference
Harry Ainlay School, along with the Alberta Association of Student Councils and Advisors (AASCA), will host this year’s Junior High Leadership Conference themed “Lights, Camera, Leadership” on November 8 and 9.
Mon, 28 Oct, 2013
Heritage Valley and Terwillegar Heights school site sign unveilings
The signs at Heritage Valley and Terwillegar Heights school sites were recently unveiled. Both sites are located in southwest Edmonton.
Thu, 24 Oct, 2013
Exploring and learning outside the classroom at Grandview Heights School
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On Thursday Grades 4 and 5 students at Grandview Heights School went on a virtual field trip to polar bear country! This opportunity was made possible by Google and Polar Bears International teaming up to collect Google Street View imagery of the polar bear.