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Mid-Point Review - Take a peek at our successes and some of the many great things we have done so far this year!

School Education Plan

GOAL 1: Students at École Campbelltown will achieve one year’s growth in their reading and writing ability by the end of the school year in French and English (in grades 3 to 6).  

  • STAR done regularly to program for students in English in gr. 3-6
  • GB+/Guided Reading
  • Pull Out and teacher support in the classroom in English and French
  • Writer’s Workshop in English and French
  • Writer Workshop PD for teachers in French with the other French Immersion schools
  • PD and collaboration with other French Immersion schools
  • Read-a-thon
  • Read In Week
  • Work with our literacy consultant
  • Reading Procision Program
  • Je lis, je lis - online home reading program for div. 1

GOAL 2: Students at École Campbelltown will demonstrate one year’s growth in numeracy.

  • All students in gr. 2-6 wrote the MIPI which teachers used to plan for the year
  • Many teachers are using math centres for teaching math
  • Grade 1 teachers are using a new resource in French -  Mathology
  • Teachers are exploring Daily Number Talks
  • PD and collaboration with other French Immersion schools
  • Planning a Math-a-thon with Parent Council
  • Work with our numeracy consultant
  • Use of the EIPS Numeracy Benchmark

GOAL 3: Students at École Campbelltown are respectful citizens who are responsible and who strive to do their best at school, at home and in the community.

  • ZONES of Regulation are used in many classrooms
  • Extracurricular activities that give students new experiences and leadership opportunities
  • Collaboration with Parent Council to create leadership opportunities for families
  • Digital Citizenship discussions with classes
  • Weekly class circles in many classes
  • Restorative Justice is used in the office
  • Grade 5 students will be doing blanket exercises with Elder Wilson
  • Leadership option for grade 5 and 6 students
  • DARE program for grade 6
  • Patrolling for grade 5 students
  • Grade 6 sang at Cloverbar Lodge in December

 

Campbelltown Grade 6 PAT Results (June 2018)

EIPS Grade 6 PAT Results (June 2018)

Alberta Grade 6 PAT Results (June 2018)

English Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 97.8%
  • Excellent - 26.1%

French Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 97.8%
  • Excellent - 17.4%

Mathematics

  • Acceptable - 97.8%
  • Excellent - 23.9%

Science

  • Acceptable - 93.1%
  • Excellent - 15.2%

Social Studies

  • Acceptable - 89.1%
  • Excellent - 17.4%

English Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 92.2%
  • Excellent - 24.1%

French Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 90.1%
  • Excellent - 13.9%

Mathematics

  • Acceptable - 80.7%
  • Excellent - 17.3%

Science

  • Acceptable - 88.4%
  • Excellent - 42%

Social Studies

  • Acceptable - 85.3%
  • Excellent - 32.3%

English Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 85.3%
  • Excellent - 17.9%

French Language Arts

  • Acceptable - 85.2%
  • Excellent - 12.3%

Mathematics

  • Acceptable - 85.3%
  • Excellent - 19.4%

Science

  • Acceptable - 83.7%
  • Excellent - 22.7%

Social Studies

  • Acceptable - 77.8%
  • Excellent - 16.9%

 

Safe and Caring/Student Health and Wellness

  • Hour Zero Emergency Response drills
  • Bus Safety Week
  • Anti Bullying Week
  • Pink Shirt Day
  • Grade 1 presentations about healthy eating
  • Counsellor support for students, teachers, classes and families
  • Class presentations about different topics - personal space, study habits, friendships, mindfulness, etc...
  • RécAMIS
  • Social Groups
  • Intramurals - gr. 3, 4 & 5 lead by gr. 6 students
  • Track/Volleyball/Basketball teams
  • Class circles to discuss issues and concerns as a class
  • Gr. 5 & 6 options
  • Farm to Table
  • Christmas Bureau
  • Soles4Souls
  • Recycling Club
  • Terry Fox Run

 

First Nations, Métis and Inuit

  • Visits with Elder Wilson
  • Grade 5 blanket exercises
  • Orange Shirt Day
  • Class circles
  • Activities and lessons with a First Nations perspective
  • Music lessons focusing on First Nations, Métis and Inuit including songs and instruments
  • Staff Book Club - Restorative Circles in Schools

Working with you,
Mme Sauder & Mme Garneau

This week at CBN

Monday

  • Grade 6 Minecraft club at lunch
  • Gr. 1  yoga at  noon
  • Gr. 4 presentation from the Edmonton Historical Society (4G in AM/4H in pm)
  • Gr. 6 computer club after school
  • Gr. 6  basketball tryouts at lunch

Tuesday

  • Gr. 4, 5 & 6 Track @8:00 am
  • Gr. 4N presentation from the Edmonton Historical Society
  • Grade 5 Minecraft club at lunch
  • Gr. 6 knitting club @ noon
  • Gr. 4 Intramurals @noon
  • Gr. 4, 5 & 6 Young Speaker’s Club @noon

Wednesday

  • Winter Walk Day (weather permitting)
  • Gr. 5 Intramurals @noon
  • Grade 5 trip to the symphony
  • Grade 6 Minecraft club at lunch
  • Grade 5 & 6 options

Thursday

  • Teacher’s Convention - No School

Friday

  • Teacher’s Convention - No School

Did you know?

Parents often ask how they can be more involved at school.  Parental involvement can look like many different things!  Here are just a few of the ways parents are involved in our school:

  • Taking time to read these weekly updates
  • Communicating through email, phone calls with teachers to see how you can better support your child(ren)’s learning
  • Checking e-teacher pages and teacher websites for updates
  • Checking the school website and calendar for updates (www.campbelltown.ca)
  • Checking the EIPS website for updates (www.eips.ca)
  • Attending special events like Christmas concerts and assemblies such as Remembrance Day
  • Reading or doing work at home with your child
  • Attending parent/teacher interviews
  • Discussing report cards with your child and helping them set goals for the coming term
  • Volunteering in classrooms or on field trips
  • Coming to parent council meetings, being a class rep or reading the minutes each month
  • Supporting parent council and the school through fundraisers and attending events like the Halloween Dance
  • Helping with cultural events in the school - Épluchette de blé d’Inde, Canoë Volant, CinéMAGINE, Carnaval, Galala, etc..
  • Hot lunch volunteer

We truly appreciate all of the many ways parents get involved in their child(ren)’s education and the way everyone supports our amazing school!

From the Office

Kindergarten and Returning Student Re-registration are now open!  Please check the school website for details on how to re-register students and for Kindergarten registration.  Thank you in advance for re-registering existing students by the end of February! Kindergarten registration remains open until the fall.

Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences
Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences will be held on Tuesday, February 12th, and Wednesday, February 13th, from 4:30 pm until 7:30 pm.  Please go to www.schoolbookings.net; enter the school code j3adk and follow the screen prompts.   

If you have a child in grade 5 or 6, we would ask that you only book an appointment with their homeroom teacher to allow enough spots for all parents.  If you would like to meet with another teacher, please contact that teacher directly.

If you do not have access to a computer, please call the school at 780-467-5143 and we can help with your booking.

**Please also note that there will be a book fair in the library during the conferences.  We require parent volunteers to help with the book fair so please contact Mme Amyotte if you are available to help with set up or during the book fair. **  

Winter Walk Day

Open the door and go for it!  Celebrate winter with a walk outside on February 6th! This provincial initiative gets Albertans moving during winter months.  Weather permitting, several of our classes will be participating by walking outside as a class but you can also participate as a family so get outside and walk!

https://www.wintercityedmonton.ca/event/winter-walk-day-2/

Counsellor’s Corner

Connect Parent group

Connect Parent is a nine week program that provides parents/caregivers with a new perspective on relationships and adolescent development. Parents meet in small groups with two trained leaders for 90 minutes each week. This group brings together parents of pre-teens and teens to connect, support and build positive relationships with their children. A light supper is provided. To Register or for more information call 780-464-4044 by February 14th, 2019.

  • DATE: Thursdays, starting February 21st, 2019 to April 25th, 2019
  • TIME: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • LOCATION: Millennium Place (2000 Premier Way) Activity Room 1
  • FOR: Parents, Caregivers of pre-teens to teenagers (Grades 4 to 9)
  • COST: Free

Stress - Parent Information Session

Create the tomorrow you want and build resiliency by learning new skills, using tools and strategies, and making supportive connections. This session will provide information on various parenting challenges and give opportunities to practice new skills within a group setting. Register Here or call 780-464-4044 for more information

  • DATE: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
  • TIME: 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
  • LOCATION: Family and Community Services, 200, 501 Festival Avenue
  • FOR: Parents and caregivers of school aged children
  • COST: Free

Parent Council

Our next parent council meeting is on Tuesday, February 19 @6:30 pm.  Everyone is welcome to join us and we look forward to seeing you then!

 

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