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Collaborative Conferences
Banded Peak School would like to invite you to attend our first Online Collaborative Conferences on Wednesday, October 21st and Thursday, October 22nd. To arrange a meeting please visit https://bpeak.schoolsoft.com/staff/admin/myHome.jsf
Orange Shirt Day
Next Wednesday, September 30th is Orange Shirt Day. A day to educate people and promote awareness in Canada about the Indian residential school system and the impact it has had on Indigenous communities for over a century. Everyone is encouraged to wear an Orange Shirt to school!
Cross Country Run Club
A reminder to any student in grades 5 to 8 that Run Club will meet on Monday after school. Students are asked to meet in the gym at 3:10; changed and with their outdoor shoes and water. Run Club will finish at 4:00 and students are asked to please arrange a ride home. For more information please contact Mr. Pols or Mr. Spelrem.
School Re-Entry Plan
As you are aware, schools across Alberta are preparing plans for school re-entry in September 2020. To ensure its communities are informed, Rocky View Schools has created an online repository to keep stakeholders up-to-date on the most recent developments.
2020/21 Advanced Registration Begins Jan. 13, 2020
From Jan. 13, 2020 onward, all schools will be accepting registrations through SchoolEngage or in person at the school. Although registration will continue through to next September, registering early ensures families have a successful transition.
Kindergarten Eligibility Requirements to Change for 2020/21
Effective Fall 2020, students must turn five years old by Dec. 31 of the school year they wish to begin Kindergarten.
Student Code of Conduct
Public education is a shared responsibility. With students, families, employees and our communities, we are working together every day to build positive learning environments for student success.
Banded Peak School Bulletin
Each week Banded Peak School posts a bulletin which includes updates, information and photos of the happenings within our building.
Reporting an Absence
Parents are encouraged to call the Absence Line (extension 2) to report your child absence or if they will be late. It is the best way to ensure that the office is informed of the absence and, as a result, you will not receive an automated phone call. Emails to the classroom teacher or the office are discouraged as they may not be read or shared in a timely manner.
Communication of Student Learning
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