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Planning for the 2019-2020 School Year

It is that time of year when schools are beginning to plan and organize student information for
the next school year. As we move into this planning phase, it is important for us to have
current, up-to-date information. If you know your child will NOT be attending Radisson Park
School next year, please let the school know as soon as possible. We thank you for your
cooperation as this really helps with school organization.
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Noon Supervision Outstanding Fees

As of February 28, 2019, any outstanding fees will be sent to Calgary Board of Education - Collections.
If you have not paid for your child's Noon Supervision fees, please stop by at the main office. There are a
number of different ways you are able to pay:

VISA, MasterCard, VISA Debit, Cheque or cash

Semi Annual

4 day Noon Supervision
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Principal's Message

How can it be May already?

It is so hard to believe that we are down to our final two months of school, and I am sure that these months will fly by as quickly as the rest of the year, especially since there are so many things happening at RPS over the next little while. Several field trips are approaching for different grades, and all students will be doing Swim to Survive programs. All of these opportunities will require volunteers, so please watch for more information about trips and programs if you are able to volunteer. Just a reminder that all volunteers must have completed the CBE Security Clearance Process. If you have not done so and are interested in volunteering, please talk to Mrs. Borrelli in the office to get the process started as it takes a few weeks for clearance.
Speaking of volunteers, I just want to send out a huge thank you to all of the parents, community members, staff family members, and everyone who has helped out at Radisson Park already this year in the classrooms, with field trips, with special activities such as our hoop dancing and Teachers’ Pet visits. Your support of our students and their work is so valuable, and we appreciate all that you have done and continue to do. Thank you!
Looking forward: At this time of year we are starting our work with budget, staffing and planning for the 2019/2020 school year. One way that our families can help us is by letting us know whether or not your child(ren) will be attending Radisson Park School in the fall. Please remember that we are only able to accept student registrations for families living within our designated boundaries. If you are moving over the summer or have recently moved, please let us know so that we can support a smooth and positive transition to your new school.
Spring is here! At least we are keeping our fingers crossed that spring may finally be here after that incredible blizzard on the weekend! While we are excited about the warmer weather, we have some reminders to share:
All students are asked to go straight home after school each day and check in with family before going to a friend’s house, going to a park, or playing on the playground. Please talk to your children about the need to go straight home each day and not stopping to play. Thank you for helping us develop and practice safe habits.
Elementary-aged children need 9 to 11 hours of sleep each night, so continue with those bedtime routines and expectations.
We encourage children to play outside when they can, and reduce the number of hours in front of screens playing games.
Just a reminder that our school is air conditioned, and often it is cooler in the building than it is outside and so students might want to dress in layers. Please also encourage them to check that they have their belongings with them at the end of the day. Our lost and found table is getting bigger again!
Children should leave their valuables, including collector cards, electronics, jewelry and toys, at home for safe keeping. If your child rides a bike to school, please ensure that they know how to lock it at the bike racks and wear helmets. We cannot be responsible for lost items or bikes.
Finally, please remember that all school yards and most city parks are “No Dogs Allowed” areas under Calgary bylaws, so please do not bring your furry friends onto school property. We also have many children terribly afraid of dogs, and nobody should have to experience ‘droppings’.
Once again I want to thank all families for your ongoing support and partnership in learning, and please know that we recognize that our students could not demonstrate the growth and progress they have so far this year without your continued support. Please take a minute to reflect with your child about the growth and progress they have made, and celebrate their learning successes. Remind them that together we expect them to work hard every day at school and that we will not accept anything less than their personal bests. Yes it is already May, but we still have lots of work and learning to do, so we will continue to push hard, have high expectations, and celebrate each child’s learning. Thank you for doing the same!
Mrs. Drefko

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Radisson Park School

2805 Radcliffe Dr SE Calgary, AB, T2A 0C8
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School Contacts

Mrs Tracy Drefko
Area Director
Mr Scott MacNeill
Mr Richard Hehr

School Information

Exceptional/Complex Needs Regular
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School Hours

Morning Start
8:20 AM
3:00 PM
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