Last Day for Students Thursday, June 27

Thursday, June 27 is the last day for students. We will hold our Year End Celebration assembly in the gym at 8:30. Students will receive report cards and be dismissed at 10:00 am. Buses run 4 hours early this day. Thank you for a wonderful year of support for student learning.

Only Three Weeks Left

Only three weeks left in the school year- so hard to believe!

Coming up this week:

Thursday June 13: Grade 4/5 leadership celebration and swim

Coming up soon…

June 20: National Aboriginal Day Celebrations at AES: we will be having a variety of activities throughout the day, including crafts, traditional games, storytelling and more. There will also be bannock at lunchtime.

Monday June 24: Fun day/Swim day fro grades K-4!   Also Beach Day for the grade 5s

Year end assembly : June 27 8:25 a.m. (we will honour retiring teachers Mrs. James and Ms. Tassie and have the Grade 5 leaving ceremony)

June 27  dismissal is at 10:00 and  buses run at this time

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Information Regarding Student Placement for 2019-2020

Information Regarding Student Placement for 2019-2020

Placement of students in classes is dependent upon a number of considerations. In May, the School-Based Team (SBT) will meet and discuss the class placement of each student. Tentative classes for September 2019 will be created in June, then finalized during the first week of September. The SBT consists of the outgoing and potential receiving classroom teachers, Learning Resource Teacher, and Principal. The SBT looks at the strengths and needs of the children and the team will make decisions based on the following:

High Priority

Instructional groupings

Class composition including special needs/requirements

Social/cultural issues (independence, interactions, leadership)

Behavioural/social issues

Diversity in development (academic, social, emotional)

Middle Priority

Groupings in previous years

Dominant grade composition

Physical/social maturation

Learner style

Siblings and relations

Lower Priority


Teacher-learner compatibility

Class size (room to accommodate new students)

Any requests regarding placement of your child for the upcoming year needs to be in writing to the Principal, Corrinne Langston, by May 24thIn some instances, you will be asked to come in for an interview or you may be contacted by phone for more information.  In your letter please identify the educational reason for your request (see above).  The reasons you provide are important as we use them to assist as part of the above criteria in placing your child.  Please make only 1 request per child as in class request, or with a certain student or not, etc. When creating tentative classes, parent requests will be considered. However, we are unable to guarantee that requests can be fulfilled. Please contact Corinne Langston if you have any questions or concerns.