April Newsletter

 Inclusive Education

What it is :  An inclusive education system is one that takes responsibility for all students, focuses on their strengths, and emphasizes what they can do rather than focusing on their limitations.

 Inclusive Practices at EPC:                                 

  • Pairing classes for peer mentoring 

  • K & E, Life Skills

  • Special Projects

  • Work Experience

  • Blended Programs (virtual, outreach, classroom)

  • Summer school

  • ESL tutoring

  • Peer Tutoring

  • EA support

  • IPP’s

  • Fine Arts (Art, Drama)

  • CTS (Foods, Mechanics, Welding, Industrial Arts, Cosmo)

  • Course Challenges

  • Extracurricular Sports (Football, Cheer, Volleyball, Basketball, Athletics, Cross Country running, Nordic Skiing, Badminton, Archery)

  • Clubs (Interact, Student Council, Boys Group, Girls Group, Driver Training study group)

  • Integrated school services (counselling)

 

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2015 Yearbooks  

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Procedures & Policies

Students are expected to conduct themselves in a matter that displays positive attitudes, behaviors and skills that will maximize learning for all who gather in our school. Achievement of the broader goals of education is viewed as a shared responsibility of the home, school and community. Included in the goals of education as outlined in the School Act, Province of Alberta, are the following which the school will strive to develop in cooperation with the home and community.

The ability to get along with people of varying backgrounds, beliefs and lifestyles
A sense of community responsibility which embraces respect for law and authority, public and private property, and the rights of others
Self-discipline, self understanding, and a positive self-concept
A sense of purpose in life and ethical values, justice, fair play and fundamental rights, responsibilities, and freedoms.

In regard to student conduct, the Alberta School Act states:

“A student shall conduct himself so as to reasonably comply with the following code of conduct:

Be diligent in pursuing his studies; Attend school regularly and punctually;
Co-operate fully with everyone authorized by the board to provide education programs and other services; Comply with his teachers for his conduct; Respect the rights of others.”