2015 Graduation Information is posted on the left under the Main Menu
GRAD 2014- YEARBOOKS AND GRAD PACKAGES Grad 2014 packages will be ready to be picked up at the end of October after Awards Day. You will be contacted by phone when they are ready to go. The packages will include a handshake picture with the principal, grad pamphlet from the advocate, a group picture (if you ordered), a yearbook (if you ordered), an award (if you received one), and a DVD of the slideshow.
2014 Awards Night - October 27th, 7:00p.m.
Parent Teacher Interviews will be held on
November 5th & 6th from 5:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
October 22, 2014 - Picture retake day
Change of distribution of report cards:
Please note that Reports Cards will now be mailed home at the end of Semester 1 and Semester 2.
Report Cards will be available at Parent Teacher Interviews in November 5th and 6th and April 8th and 9th but will not be mailed home.
Parents/Guardians can keep up to date with their child’s grades and attendance by logging onto the Power School parent portal. If you do not currently have a parent portal account feel free to contact the general office @780-675-2285.
Josten's Graduation Ring Days - November 5th & 6th during lunch hours
Josten's Parent's night will be held on November 5th, 2014 @ 5:30-7:30
$60.00 deposit will be required (cash, cheque, debit, credit card)
EPC Information Booklet
2014 University/College Open House dates
2014-15 School Calender
Math Updates for Parents
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.”