Fri, 2 Sep, 2016
Principals and staff worked long hours this summer to co-ordinate deliveries, set up furniture, decorate classrooms and put the finishing touches in place at three new schools in southwest Edmonton.
Excited teachers and staff opened the doors to students for the first time Sept. 1 after weeks of preparation. The three buildings create hundreds of new student learning spaces in some of the neighbourhoods that need them most. Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour School is a K-9 school in the Ambleside neighbourhood in the Windermere area. Nellie Carlson School is a K-9 school in the MacTaggart neighbourhood in the Terwillegar Heights area. And Roberta MacAdams School is a K-6 school in the Blackmud Creek neighbourhood in the Heritage Valley area.
The schools host their official grand openings in October - Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour on Oct. 27, Nellie Carlson on Oct. 6, and Roberta MacAdams on Oct. 20.