School Community Councils are established to help strengthen the capacity of the school to improve children's learning.  The purpose of School Community Council is to develop shared responsibility for the learning success and well-being of all children and youth and to encourage and facilitate parent and community engagement in school planning and improvement processes.

 A parent or community  member serving on the council is a dedicated volunteer providing advice for educational planning and decision making at the school level.  They are interested in working with others to support the student learning success and well-being.  Members must be willing to be guided by the "principles" that support good School Community Councils and be able to provide a two year commitment to the work of the Council.

Chariperson: Melissa Rosengren

Vice-Chairperson: Vacant

Acting Principal: Mary Ellen Barreth

Teacher Representative: Trina Phillips

Fundraising Committee: Sarah Sliva (Head), Alison Folbar

Nutrition Committee: Trena Wick (Head), Stacie Fonstad, Alison Folbar

Special Events: Melissa Rosengren (Head), Sarah Sliva, Michelle Hall

Treasurer: Patti Mowchenko

Communications Committee: Kristy Jones (Head), Leslie Huber (Facebook)

Members at Large: Aimee Haralson

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School Programs

Other Activities

Other activities that students could be particiating in: United Way Telephone Hot Meal once a month Extra-curricular city school sports Music Festival Skating Curling Spirit Days Swimming Bowling

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Field Trips

Students are taken on various trips during the year.  Some of the trips may include skiing, Cannington Manor, Kenosee Waterslides, Agribition, Roche Percee Rock Formations and Hidden Valley Resort.

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Track & Field

Our students participate in our Track & Field Meet.  This meet is usually held in late May or early June.  Our school meet is run on a standards basis whereby...

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All Grade 6-8 students are in the band program.  They participate in a classroom setting as well as in large group situations.  Students are expected to participate in all concerts...

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Extra-Curricular Activities House League…

All students from Grade 3-8 are placed in house leagues.  House leagues are carried out at recess and noon.  Points and awards are given based on participation and scores.  Students...

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