Feedback Survey

We have had many amazing initiatives take place at PVS for this school year! In collaboration with School Council, We are looking forward to more great things next year and would appreciate parent feedback to make the most of the 2016/17 school year another success! Please take the time to complete this short survey in order to help us do that.

All questionnaires that are completed prior to June 15, 2016 will be entered into a draw for a $50 greenhouse gift card.

School Council Cancelled – March 16

Next, Wednesday, March 16, there will be no School Council. The next School Council meeting will be on April 20.

On March 16, we are offering the first session of the Zen Den Parent Program (click the link for more details).

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us at the school office.

Food For Change Event

Parkland School Division’s Wellness Initiative in partnership with Alberta Health Services is hosting a Food for Change Event on March 9, 2016 from 5:00-8:00 p.m., for schools, students and parents groups who organize snacks/canteens, lunch programs, and fundraising activities. If you are interested in attending or are interested in getting involved in this capacity here at Parkland Village School contact the school office and let us know. You can find more details below or by visiting the Food For Change Event link.

Halloween Family Dance – October 30, 2015

We are excited to share that our School Council is hosting a Family Community Halloween Dance! This will be a fun time for the whole family. Come wearing your halloween costumes and we hope to see you there! Details are below.


Hosted by PVS School Council

Join your school in a frightening family dance!!


Time: 6:30-8:30 P.M.

Location: Parkland Village School Gym 

Cost: $5/family includes entrance and an automatic chance to win 2 Oiler Club tickets (courtesy of Edmonton Trailer) – November 20th Game!!

Please come dressed in your costume or wearing black & orange. School rules apply to all costumes. (No play weapons or covering your face)

All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all timesChildren are not to be dropped off.

There will be a concession with drinks & snacks for a small fee so bring spare change!

Extra Oiler Club raffle tickets available for sale separately – $2 for one/$3 for five.

For more information or to volunteer please contact Gina @ 780-965-4232 or Rochelle @ 587-989-0664



Adopt Our School

From September 14 to October 4, Parkland Village School is excited to be taking part in the Adopt-a-School-the -Indigo Love Reading Foundation’s Fundraising Program.  Adopt a school unites Indigo, Chapters and Coles Stores, the local schools they adopted and their communities to raise money for elementary-school libraries across Canada.

We need your help to make sure Parkland Village School raises enough money for our library.  All funds that are raised by P.V.S. will be used to buy new books for our library.  If you would like to adopt our school please choose one or more ways you would like to contribute from the 3 steps below.  Thank you for your support in helping us expand our library.

To view the poster in your browser click the link.  Remember you can click the link everyday!  More Clicks=More Money!!!

Come Participate In School Council!

We are excited to host our first School Council meeting this Wednesday at 6:30 here at the school. We are looking for a few more positions to be filled as well as we are looking for class reps this year. Even if you don’t want a position we would love to have you come out and participate. Hope to see you there!

Our School Council Chairperson has set up Remind 101 as a means of communication pertaining to School Council. If you would like to recieve these information texts just sign up following the instructions below or click this link.

June 2015 Newsletter

June is already here! It is a busy month with lots going on. Click the link to view the June 2015 Newsletter in your browser or check it out below.

Raffle for Team Gerhardt Fundraiser


Parkland Village School has been given a wonderful donation for the fundraiser for Mrs. Gerhardt. Keagan Puddester (grade 4) and his family raised enough money to get a bike from the Jump Rope for Heart campaign. They decided that they would like to donate the bike to Mrs. Gerhardt’s fundraiser.  Along with the bike, there will also be a few other prizes we will draw for, such as a gift card to Menchie’s. There will be raffle tickets sold at the office for $2 each. At the end of Mrs. Gerhardt’s walk around Parkland Village, we will pull tickets and announce the winners. It will be a great opportunity to donate to the cause and possibly win an awesome prize!


Walk For Cancer (Post by Kayla – Gr.4)

Hi my name is Kayla Gerhardt, and I am a student here at Parkland Village School. As you know my mom, Mrs. Gerhardt is a teacher here. In January, we received news that my mom was diagnosed with cancer.  I decided to make a fundraiser in my mom’s honor.  On March 26th, we are having a Walk for Cancer to raise money for Cancer Research.  I am asking my fellow PVS friends to help join my cause.  Mr. McNaughton has also agreed to support my cause by shaving his head for cancer if we as a school community, raise $3000. 00!

So I am asking all of you to please join me and get as many donations as you can for this great cause!

On the day of the event students can also pay $2.00 to spray paint their hair (washable) pink for the day or to wear a hat.

I’m very excited to organize this fundraiser. Thank you in advance for your participation.


Kayla Gerhardt

Click the link Mrs. Gerhardt’s Walk for Cancer Event Sponsor Form

Donations can also be made at Mrs. Gerhardt’s Walk For Cancer Webpage directly to the Alberta Cancer Foundation. If you would like a donation receipt this would be the best way to donate to the cause.


School Council Parent Workshop Tomorrow

This Wednesday, February 18, 2015, School Council is hosting a parent workshop about Bullying and Healthy Relationships. This workshop is free of charge for all our parents/guardians of students at Parkland Village School.  Felicia Ochs, Youth Resiliency Coordinator for Parkland School Division, is our Guest Speaker and will be talking about building healthy relationships with your child. Also, joining us is Valorie Livingston, giving us a parent’s perspective of the journey through a child being bullied.

Registration is not required but please arrive early to ensure you have a seat! Childcare will be provided. We hope to see you there!