School News

Brentwood this Week September 17

Monday, September 17, 2018             -           Hot Lunch ordering closes.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018            -           Chapel

Wednesday, September 19, 2018       -          

Thursday, September 20, 2018           -           MAC Track X Cross Country Race

Friday, September 21, 2018                -           Running Club, Terry Fox Run

*Please visit website for more details.

Hot Lunch

As stated orders MUST be paid for before logging out, or orders will be cancelled.  If you have not paid for your order, then it will be cancelled today.  Please contact: brentwoodhotlunch@gmail.com

Milk Tickets

Milk is available for ordering, please get forms from our website or available in the office.

Dressing for the Weather

Students will be outside for recess and are expected to bring jackets and appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry during these upcoming cold winter months.

Please ensure that your student is equipped with proper winter wear (warm footwear, jacket, mitts, hats, raincoats) Thank you, and stay warm!

Inclement Weather

  • If the weather is every below -40 (with wind-chill) bus service will be cancelled
  • If the weather is below -22 (with wind-chill) an indoor recess must be called
  • If the weather is – 15 (with wind-chill) it is at the discretion of the school to have an indoor recess

PowerSchool & Fees

Fees will be available soon.

PowerSchool is available for those who have registered.  A letter has been sent to all new students to activate their account. 

Grade 6 Camp October 10th – 12th Camp Warwa

An information package has been sent home with all grade 6 students.

Fees for the camp are available on PowerSchool and must be paid no later than Monday, October 1st.

Any questions please contact any of the grade 6 team via email (available on website), Mrs. Russell, Mr. Vantour or Mr. Smith.

Email Sign Up

Ongoing communication with our families is important to us. Elk Island Public Schools uses School Messenger as one way of sharing information directly with our families by phone and email. Messages may include bus cancellations or delays, inclement weather, upcoming events, last-minute cancellations, parental engagement opportunities, emergency notices and more.

In order to ensure we comply with federal anti-spam legislation, parents/guardians are required to subscribe in order to receive routine emails from schools and the Division.  Please note: Those who are not subscribed risk missing important information on activities and projects including school-based events, fundraising activities, musical or theatre productions, school photos, graduations, dances, etc. 

Regardless of whether you subscribe or not, you will continue to receive emergency messages, information about the online posting of school fees and, where applicable, high school student attendance notifications.

Manage your subscription preferences online or through the School Messenger app, available through the App Store or Google Play.

  • The first time you log in, select Sign Upin the top, right corner and create your account using the same email address on file with your child's school

If you have questions about School Messenger or need help creating your account and managing your preferences, contact EIPS Student Transportation at 780-417-8151 or through our online contact form.

Medication

If your student is on medication please fill out the correct forms and submit to the office ASAP. 

Attendance Reporting

Attendance & Safe Arrival: We have a # of non-reported absences. One measure of keeping students safe is ensuring students have safely arrived at school. If your child is going to be late or absent for any reason, it is important that you contact the office immediately via email or phone (available 24hours/day) no later than 8:30am and report the reason for the absence/late. **Thank you kindly for your co-operation and support.

Parking & Speed Limits

Please be aware of our new signage in the parking lot.  Bylaw will be working closely monitoring these laws with the new School Zone Speeding Laws.

Beginning in September 2018, all school zones in Strathcona County will be in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on school days.

Playground zones remain unchanged at 30 km/h and are in effect daily starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending one hour after sunset.

 

DROP OFF ZONE

Please note this is a drop off zone, NO parking and leaving the vehicle. 

Website

Our website is a useful tool for you to navigate most questions you may have.  Hot lunch, milk tickets, medication, calendars, PowerSchool etc.  Missing something you would like to see, let us know.

 

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