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 Aspen View's Communication Officer

Aspen View is pleased to announce the hiring of a Communications Officer, Mr. Richard Cloutier.  Mr. Cloutier provided the following short bio.

Richard Cloutier, Communication Officer

In August 2014, Cloutier joined the AVPSD team in the newly created position of Communications Officer. He brings with him 15 years of experience in public relations, writing, child protection and organizational management. Some of his work experience includes PR consulting for Skills Canada Alberta and the Leduc/Nisku Economic Development Authority, Executive Director of the Lac La Biche Canadian Native Friendship Centre and the Students’ Association of Portage College, and as a journalist with Great West Newspapers. Additionally, Cloutier has worked as a sports writer for over seven years with numerous online websites, having his work frequently published by Fox Sports in the US. A graduate of Public Relations program at MacEwan University, Cloutier hopes to complete his Masters Degree in Communications from Royal Roads University in 2017. He currently resides in Boyle, Alberta with his wife Susan.

Mr. Cloutier can be reached at Aspen View Division Officer, 780-675-7080, ext. 116 or via e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 


 

 Dual Credit High School Courses in Aspen View -

Dual Credit (high school and university credit) courses are being offered in Aspen View as an alternative to International Baccalaureate (I.B.) and Advanced Placement (AP) programs available in large urban Centers, beginning in September 2014.

Dual Credit – students receive high school credit and university credit upon successful completion of the course. The intent is to provide a bridging program for students who will continue their schooling beyond grade 12. The following three dual credit courses will be offered in September 2014 in all Aspen View High Schools, beginning in semester one:
Anthropology 35 This course introduces students to the field of anthropology: the study of cultures, social organizations, languages, and environmental relationships of societies and populations around the globe, and their physical and genetic diversity. Students will also be introduced to the field of archaeology: the study of peoples of the past, and our primate relatives; to help understand both our human uniqueness and our similarity with other primates. 

This course is being offered in semester 1 and semester 2 Upon successful completion of the course students will receive: (High School credit: 5 CEU) and (Athabasca University 3 credit)

Students in grades 11 and 12, who are 16 years of age or older, are eligible to enrol. Grade 10 students who are 16 years of age or older, on September 1, 2014 and have maintained a minimum average of 75% in grades 8 and 9 may be eligible for approval upon request.

Art History 35- This course introduces students to the history of Art from the time of the earliest cave drawings to the paintings, sculptures and architecture of the Renaissance period. The course can support existing Art course currently offered in High School.

This course is being offered in semester 1 and semester 2 Upon successful completion of the course students will receive: (High School credit: 5 CEU) and (Athabasca University 3 credit)

Students in grades 10, 11 or 12, who are 16 years of age or older, are eligible to enrol in this course.

Education 35- This is an introductory level course that provides those interested in becoming teachers with a general and balanced overview of the profession. Students will look closely at what teachers do and how they do it, and in the process you, as a prospective teacher, will gain a better grasp of the reality of classroom teaching.

This course is being offered in semester 1 and semester 2. Upon successful completion of the course students will receive: (High School credit: 5 CEU) and (Athabasca University 3 credit)

Students in grades 10, 11 or 12, who are 16 years of age or older, are eligible to enrol in this course

Pending approval, the following additional dual credit courses will be offered in semester two:
Accounting 35  ~   Computer Studies 35   ~   French Language 35   ~   Indigenous Studies 35

For additional information please contact:

Dermod Madden – Associate-Superintendent

Aspen View Public School Division No. 78

(780) 675-7080 ext: 109

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 ASPEN VIEW PUBLIC SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 78

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

BACK TO SCHOOL
 
NOTICE TO ALL PARENTS
Are you new to the area?
Did you move within the jurisdiction during the summer?
Will your child be starting kindergarten?
If yes, does your child require school bus transportation to school?
 
Register now for the 2014-2015 school year by calling:
1-780-398-3881 or
Toll free: 1-888-323-3959
 
Please have the following information available when you call to register:
-       legal land location or street address where you live
-       your child’s name and grade
-      mailing address
-      phone numbers and emergency contacts
 
Notice to all parents:  Parents requiring alternate transportation services for their child to a location other than their residence (i.e. babysitter) must apply to the Student Transportation Department on an annual basis. 
 
Parents may apply by accessing our “Alternate Transportation Request” form online by going to http://www.aspenview.org/trans/ or by faxing your written request to 1-780-398-2681.
 
The Transportation Parent Handbook can be accessed by clicking here.

Aspen View Public Schools is seeking Substitute Teachers for all schools within our division (Athabasca, Boyle, Grassland, Rochester, Smith, Smoky Lake, Thorhild, Vilna).  If you are a certified teacher that may be interested in working on an “as needed” basis, please complete the substitute teacher form, and forward this, along with a current criminal records check and a copy of your valid teacher certification to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Tammy Ledieu at 780-675-7080, ext. 103.

 NOTICE:  Please see our Transportation website for any Division-Wide bus cancellations. Otherwise, your bus driver will contact you directly about changes to specific runs. 

 

 

 

 
Contact Information
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