Wed, 19 Mar, 2014
Revised School Year Calendars
The 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school year calendars for Edmonton Public Schools have changed. Over the next two school years, there will be more professional development (PD) days for teachers and one more day in lieu for time they have invested in parent-teacher conferences. Although students will have a few extra days off, they will still receive the same amount of instructional time due to slightly longer school days.
Mon, 3 Feb, 2014
Craig Kielburger Keynote Presentation at GETCA 2014
On February 26, we're pleased to present Free the Children's Craig Kielburger for a GETCA keynote presentation about mentoring kids to active, engaged citizens.
Tue, 10 Dec, 2013
Redesigned District Website
Edmonton Public Schools has launched a redesigned website at http://epsb.ca.
The new website is a complete reworking of the District’s public-facing site, based on input from parents and stakeholders. The new site focuses more sharply than ever on meeting the needs of families as they make choices about their children’s education.
Wed, 4 Dec, 2013
Board hears District Infrastructure Strategy to address student population growth and aging buildings
At its regularly scheduled meeting on December 3, the Edmonton Public Schools Board of Trustees were presented with the District’s Infrastructure Strategy, which addresses the issue of growing neighbourhoods and includes the District Accommodation Plan for New and Developing Neighbourhoods.
Mon, 28 Oct, 2013
Heritage Valley and Terwillegar Heights school site sign unveilings
The signs at Heritage Valley and Terwillegar Heights school sites were recently unveiled. Both sites are located in southwest Edmonton.
Tue, 22 Oct, 2013
2014 Great Kids Award
Edmonton Public Schools is filled with students who have done great things—at home, at school or in the community. Consider nominating them for a 2014 Great Kids Award, hosted by the Ministry of Human Services.
Mon, 7 Oct, 2013
Celebrating 24 years of READ IN at Edmonton Public Schools
Edmonton Public Schools is proud to be a part of the 24th annual READ IN taking place October 7 to 11 – an annual weeklong event that promotes literacy awareness and encourages everyone in the community to get excited about reading
Tue, 3 Sep, 2013
Schools experiencing enrollment and space pressures
As schools gear up for the first day of classes, many schools in Edmonton Public are experiencing increased enrollments and space challenges.
Mon, 26 Aug, 2013
Planned long-term lease increases cancelled
Beginning today, letters are being sent out to Edmonton Public Schools’ leasees informing them the planned six year rate structure for tenants leasing space in the District will not proceed.
Sat, 24 Aug, 2013
A look back at READ IN Week
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Thank you to everyone who shared their love of books during READ IN Week. Mayor Mandel kicked things off on October 7 by officially proclaiming READ IN Week on behalf of the City of Edmonton.