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The final school council meeting for MCHS will be held on Monday, May 15th at 7:00 pm. These meetings are short, to the point and a great source of information.
If you have a child going to MCHS next year and are interested in following their progress through high school and want to be a part of School Council, please send your name and contact information to email@example.com
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Whether it’s the teacher in your child’s classroom, the custodian who keeps our school spotless or the office and support staff who keep us informed, please join together with School Council and the parent’s of Muir Lake School, to say “THANK YOU” for everything that they do!
Please join the committee on Wednesday March 1, 2017 at 12:30 for our first planning meeting. If you can’t make the meeting please join the Muir Lake Staff Appreciation Facebook group or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out HOW you can help out and to stay up-to-date on our celebration plans!!
We look forward to everyone’s participation in making our 3rd annual Staff Appreciation Lunch a success!!!!
Josie Persons – Organizer
Did you know that rafiki means “friend”? Well you can now buy some friendship bracelets at our school. The We Care team is selling rafiki bracelets to raise money for the Free the Children Foundation. The women who make these rafiki bracelets are the Kenyan Mamas, they do this to get money to support themselves and their families(sustainable income). 50% of the money is given to the Kenyan mamas who make them and their family, and the other 50% goes to Free the Children Foundation. Free the children then uses that portion of the funds to provide food, education, water, sustainable income projects and health care to children in many countries around the world. Each rafiki Bracelet will only cost 10$ and will be sold at the Muir Lake School Book Fair on February 6th to February 7th. The more bracelets sold, the more money is donated. These are truly cool bracelets.
MADE BY A MAMA
Using traditional art forms, each piece is handcrafted by a mama in Kenya who is empowered through earning a fair wage for her work.
ThoughtExchange – We Want To Hear From You
Everyone Can Make A Difference
On behalf of the students we serve, we would like to invite you to please contribute your thoughts regarding Parkland School Division. We want to know what you think we do well and where we can improve. At Parkland School Division, we embrace open and honest communication. Our Ultimate Goal, Success for All Students, is dependent upon engagement with our community and that’s where you come in. Everyone can make a meaningful contribution to public education.
Watch Your Inbox
Please take some time to respond to a few important, open-ended questions. Parents/guardians of students will be emailed a direct link specific to schools their children attend.
Those members of the community that may not have a direct connection to our schools are invited to click here to share your thoughts.
This activity does not require a login or password and can take as little as five minutes to complete.
Phase 2 Coming
In a few weeks, you will be invited to join the second step in this process – to review and help prioritize the thoughts that are most important to you. This will help us get a sense of shared values and priorities of our school and our community. This process is an important tool in our education planning and will help guide important decisions in the future that will allow us to deliver the best possible education to our children.
Your time spent engaged in this process is very much appreciated!
Participation Is Easy
Information for parents:
As an annual check-up on the education system, the Accountability Pillar provides an opportunity for Alberta Education and school authorities to ensure that we are equipping students for success.
The Accountability Pillar uses a set of 16 indicators. Data on these indicators consists of surveys of students, parents and teachers on various aspects of education quality, student outcomes such as dropout and high school completion rates, and provincial assessments of student learning.
From January to the end of February, Alberta Education will be conducting the annual Accountability Pillar Survey.
- In January, parents of students in grades 4 & 7 will receive a survey from Alberta Education.
- In February, students in grades 4 & 7 and all teachers will be completing their surveys online at school.
All surveys are anonymous and ask questions about experiences with your school. In addition to English and French, the parent survey is available in Chinese, Punjabi, Arabic, Blackfoot, Cree, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog and Urdu.
Your participation in the survey helps provide important information on the quality of education your child is receiving, so we encourage you to return your survey promptly.
Survey results will be available to school authorities in May 2017, and will be reported publicly as part of their 3-Year Education Plans and Annual Education Results Reports.