Although the weather has been behaving as if it were still winter, April has come and gone. We are all looking forward to some sunshine. We realize that the next few months will fly by. Even though spring is in the air, focus on your child’s academic, social and emotional growth will continue to be our focus until the end of June.
We are well into the planning stages for the 2019-2020 school year. We will be sharing information as soon as we have things finalized.
As always if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to give us a call.
Working with you,
Mme Garneau & Mme Boswell
This week at CBN
Did you know?
Congratulations to all our students who participated in the EIPS invitational race. We are proud of the hard work from our runners lead by the coaches, Mme Rovensky and Mme Piper. A special congratulations to our Grade 4 Girls team who placed second in their race!
Students in Mme Gourley and Mme Rovensky’s class were randomly selected to participate in TIMSS 2019. TIMSS measures trends in student achievement in mathematics and science and studies differences in education systems in almost 60 countries in order to help improve teaching and learning world wide. We are proud of how our students represented our school, district and country!
Strathcona County Wellness Challenge Winners
Throughout the month of March, Mme Lambert and her students participated in a wellness challenge organized by Strathcona County. Students completed 30 minutes of daily physical activity and were required to log their progress. We are very excited to announce that because of their efforts, they won a morning field trip to Millennium place on May 9th. Congratulations 2L!
Virtual Walk Through:
For families making the transition to the new Heritage Hills Elementary School, on May 22 from 6:30 - 8:00, Wye school will be hosting a virtual walk through of the new Heritage Hills Elementary School. This event will take place in the Wye School gym.
Please RSVP to Maureen Wert in Wye school’s office. This will help us in preparing for the presentation and how many chairs we will need to set up.
THANK YOU! Driver Appreciation Day
Please join us on May 6 as we recognize and thank our school bus operators for keeping the safety of our students their first priority. We encourage you, and your children, to take a moment to say thanks to our bus operators—who go above and beyond to provide safe and timely transportation to our students.
On behalf of École Campbelltown THANK YOU to all of our school bus operators for a job well done.
Provincial Achievement Tests 2017
The following is a schedule of dates for the Grade 6 PAT tests that will be completed in May and June.
May 7th FLA Part A (writing)
May 9th ELA Part A (writing)
June 14th FLA Part B (reading)
June 17th ELA Part B (reading)
June 18th Math PAT
June 19th Social Studies
June 20th Science
Please ensure that your child arrives on time, well-rested and has eaten a good breakfast on exam days. These are some of the best things you can do to ensure that your child has a successful experience.
From the Office
Little Elk Island Adventure: Registration
Elk Island Public Schools is once again running Little Elk Island Adventure, a fun and informative program for first-time school bus riders.
Annually, Student Transportation offers the Little Elk Island Adventure to new riders and their parents. The program’s aim is to help ease any anxieties a family may have about riding the bus before even starting school. Through a series of activities, riders learn about: school bus safety, danger zones, tips on boarding and how to sit properly on the bus. After that, both the children and parents hop on the bus to practice what they’ve learned and then venture out on a short ride.
The Little Elk Island Adventure is for first-time school bus riders entering the 2019-20 school year. Sessions and times are available at these locations:
Location Date Time
A.L. Horton Elementary August 20 6 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 20 6 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 21 6 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 22 2 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 22 6 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 26 9 a.m.
EIPS Central Services August 26 6 p.m.
EIPS Central Services August 28 6 p.m.
SouthPointe School August 27 2:30 p.m.
SouthPointe School August 27 6 p.m.
A.L. Horton Elementary is located at 5037 48 Ave, Vegreville
EIPS Central Services is located at 683 Wye Rd., Sherwood Park
SouthPointe School is located at 11 SouthPointe Blvd., Fort Saskatchewan
Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
More information regarding busing for kindergarten students is available at: www.eips.ca/transportation/kindergarten-busing-faq.
2018-19 EIPS Parent Survey Results Report
The results are now available for the 2018-19 EIPS Parent Survey conducted in March. Thank you to all families who took the time to share their feedback with the Division. The survey included 21 questions related to the three priorities outlined in the EIPS 2018-22 Four-Year Education Plan:
- Priority 1: Promote growth and success for all students
- Priority 2: Enhance high quality learning and working environments
- Priority 3: Enhance public education through effective engagement, partnerships and communication
The overall Division results represent 3,713 responses from parents and guardians across the Division. This was an increase in responses from 2,918 in the previous year.
The feedback gathered will help our school and the Division measure its progress toward meeting the priorities and goals outlined in the EIPS 2018-22 Four-Year Education Plan and develop strategies to better serve students and the wider community moving forward.
Complete Parent Survey results for the Division are available by visiting www.eips.ca/about-us/planning-and-results/parent-survey.
École Campbelltown School’s Parent Survey results are available by visiting https://www.campbelltown.ca/.
Welcome to our new counsellor, Janice Sundar. Janice is stepping in to assist with our final two months of school. She comes to us from the Support for Students department at Central Office, where she worked as a Literacy Consultant. She is very accustomed to working with all kinds of learners and is very excited to be working alongside the Campbelltown administration with the Campbelltown community! Please feel free to contact Janice with regard to any counselling issues, or just to chat. She can be reached via the main switchboard (780-467-5143) in the office or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.