- published: 08 Jul 2016
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The Edmonton Public Schools Foundation taps into the hearts and minds of the wider community, spreading the word about the importance of public education and encouraging people to support Edmonton's most socially vulnerable young citizens. The Foundation raises friends and funds to support early learning intervention and student success. Currently, all efforts focus on subsidizing the cost of full-day Kindergarten and early learning programs, which are not fully funded by the provincial government. The community plays a very important role in getting students ready for learning, ready for success and ready for life. Here are some ways you can get involved: • Attend a one-hour information session hosted at a school. • Come to our annual Ready for Life fundraising breakfast. • Make a finan...
This video was created by the Institute for Innovation in Second Language Education at Edmonton Public Schools to support the promotion and expansion of the French immersion programs and increase awareness of the benefits of learning French. The French for Life! DVD provides schools with a new promotional tool to share key features of the French immersion program with parents, students and the community.
The International Student Program provides qualified international students with challenging academic studies and English language learning opportunities. The International Student Program also provides support to schools, international students and their families; and manages a safe, supportive Homestay Program for international students. Learn more at http://internationalprograms.epsb.ca.
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Brentwood School Playground in Sherwood Park. Find the playground at 28 Heron Rd, with an older playground around back of the school. Easy, close-by parking and a scavenger hunt on the larger play structure are two of our favourite features! Find more inspiration for where to play in Edmonton at www.raisingedmonton.com.
Ezra Levant of TheRebel.media passes along a scoop from the BlazingCatFur.ca blog: An Edmonton school teaching children about the refugee crisis falsely told students that Syria's Assad was a Christian, hinting he was persecuting Muslims for their religion. MORE http://www.therebel.media/ezralevant http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV Trudeau’s Liberals MUST halt plans to bring in thousands of Syrian refugees until they can guarantee the safety of the Canadian people. SIGN THE PETITION at RefugeePause.ca http://www.therebel.media/refugeepause
At school on June 24th, 2016, during a barbecue, the fire alarm went off and we all thought it was a drill, but wasn't actually, it was a real alarm. Then a close-by fire station sent two of their fire trucks to my school. I don't know what they were called for, but it was amazing to have them at my school, until it ended in a false alarm. I ended this video because my battery died out of nowhere. The rest of the event is just the firefighters walking in and out after it was just a major false alarm.
The City has released this video aimed at slowing drivers down in school zones. The video was filmed during a rally on March 09, 2015 at Sister Annata Brockman and Bessie Nichols schools in west Edmonton, when hundreds of children gathered to raise awareness of school zone speeding issues. The Office of Traffic Safety reminds drivers to slow down, especially at this time of year, when warm temperatures make it tempting to speed. The City of Edmonton extends a hearty thanks to the staff, students and parents of Sister Annata Brockman and Bessie Nichols schools, Edmonton Police Services and Alberta Motor Association for their participation and to Councillors Bev Esslinger and Dave Loken for their ongoing leadership and support of traffic safety initiatives. Information about school zon...
A variety of Edmonton schools from the past.