Lice Information

Head lice is one of the most common problems faced by school-aged children and their families. While head lice control is primarily a parent/guardian responsibility, parents, the school and community all have a role to play.  Please read information below:

https://www.eips.ca/parents/health-safety-information/head-lice

Wee Read Volunteer

Be a wee read volunteer!

Brentwood is pleased to announce that we are implementing an exciting program called wee read. This eight-week program was designed by Alberta Reads (www.albertareadsnetwork.com) to help Kindergarten and Grade One children strengthen the foundations for reading and school success, and help children develop a love for books.

We are looking for volunteers who can come to the school for about 30 minutes, once a week, for eight consecutive weeks to read with two children, talk about books, and play games that support literacy skills. If you are interested in being part of this fun and meaningful opportunity, or know of someone who might be, there will be a volunteer training session held in the library on Thursday, October 12th from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. We hope that you will consider partnering with us on this. Please let Mrs. Russell (tracy.russell@eips.ca) know by October 6th if you would like to volunteer and will be at the training session.

Cold Weather and Indoor Recess

Students will be outside unless it is approximately -22 degrees Celsius or colder, taking into account the wind chill. During cold winter days, please make sure students are dressed appropriately with hats, mitts, boots and snow pants.

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