The last day of classes for the 20/21 school year is Friday, June 25.
The last day of classes for Grades 5-8 is Friday, June 25.
The last day of classes for Grades 9-12 is Tuesday, June 15.
EC Report Cards go live today at 4:00 pm. Report cards may be found in PowerSchool.
This does not include those students designated as SEAL or AHL.
To our Westmount school community, We are pleased to share the following news brief with you from the provincial government. Our schools will be open to welcome back those students who have chosen to participate in onsite learning. We wish everyone a happy, healthy and more prosperous new year. Joe Frank Superintendent All students will return to in-person learning, as [...]
Construction has begun on the south side of the school and temporary fencing has been assembled around the area, including the parking spaces designated for students. Unfortunately, we are unable to assign another area for student parking so we ask that students find alternate parking or other modes of transportation. Students who wish to return their pass can hand it [...]
K-Grade 12 students are learning from home this week.
At this time, we will not be requesting volunteers for photo day. Watch the following video to learn about the safety protocols Lifetouch has put in place for fall picture day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LevtvXI9l2Q&feature=youtu.be
Many parents received a photo day notification from Life Touch photos for September 4. This date was booked prior to the pandemic. As there are no classes for students on September 4, we are rescheduling photo day to September 9. (Elementary photo day is September 15). At this time, we will not be requesting volunteers for photo day. Watch the [...]
No students will attend school. Staff will use this as an opportunity to review the week and ensure any changes/updates needed can happen before students return the following week.
On August 26, 2020, the federal government announced that it would provide funding to the provinces for COVID-related school re-entry measures. Alberta’s total share will be approximately $262 million, made in two equal instalments. School authorities will be eligible to access this additional funding for COVID-19-related expenses. As you may have heard the announcement today from Minister of Education, Adriana [...]