The rescheduled Grad Meeting  has been postponed until

January 12th at 6:30 in the EPC Library.  For any information please contact the office. 

 GRAD 2014 GRAD PACKAGES

Are now at the office and ready for pick up.  Please pick yours up as they will not be mailed out.

2014 Yearbooks

We have a few available for sale if you did not order one
in advance. $55 each. Please see Mrs. Fuller for purchase.

 

  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. 

 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.

 

   yearbook 2015 Yearbooks 

You can now preorder your 2015 yearbook with Mrs. Fuller. Special preorder price from now until Dec 19th- $40.

From January-April $45. Yearbooks are preorder only. Get yours now…Memories are made to last a lifetime!

 

November Newsletter

 

https://docushare.aspenview.org/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-185235/November%20Newsletter.pdf 

 

EPC Information Booklet

 https://docushare.aspenview.org/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-174915/EPC%20Information%20Booklet%202014-15.pdf

 

 2014-15 School Calender

https://docushare.aspenview.org/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-127009/2014%202015%20Calendar%20May%202014.pdf

 

Math Updates for Parents

http://education.alberta.ca/media/8775636/clarification_of_expectations_regarding_basic_num_facts_and_strategies.pdf 

 

 

 

A huge thank you to the following who volunteered at the Boomtown Casino in Fort McMurray on Sunday and Monday, Nov 9 & 10, as they represented the Edwin Parr School Council Fundraising Society:

Linda Baert , Les Hatherley, Karon Friesen, Bruce MacDonald, Jenene Ganske, Lori Bandola,

Anita McNallie, Nancy Schilling, Tammy Tangedal, Sean Morrison, Wade Hicks, Yda Burger, Angie

Bellingham, Annette Weinrich and Joy Young

Special thanks to the two community members Les and Joy each who do not have children in EPC yet stepped up to help their local school community group experiencing a volunteer shortage. Much appreciation to those parent volunteers who took time off work or juggled their family’s child care to make sure EPC students did not lose this opportunity to benefit from gaming proceeds. Last but not least, big thanks to the four EPC staff who volunteered their personal time to allow us to reach our quota of required Casino volunteers.

At this time we would like to recognize and thank the Society’s dedicated Treasurer, Paula Gabourie, who prepares all pre and post Casino documents among all her other treasurer duties. We would also like to thank the few parent volunteers and Mr. Morrison that meet periodically throughout the school year to review funding requests from the different EPC groups.

EPC student groups that have benefited in the past from casino funds are but not limited to, the annual Grade 9 French Quebec trip, the 2014 Graduating Class, Drama groups, athletic groups, EPC library, cheerleading and football. Some weight room equipment that is used in each phys .ed class has also been purchased with gaming funds in the past. Some repairs and annual inspection expenses on the EPC owned buses have also been paid from Casino proceeds.

The remaining scheduled Fundraising meetings are Mon. Jan 5, Mar 2 and May 4. Each meeting is held in the EPC library from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. The EPC Parent Council group meets immediately after at 6:30 p.m. in the same location

 

 

 

 

 

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.”