Oct 17
October 11, 2022

​Hello Families
I post a weekly Principal's Message under the news story section. Please take a look there for the weekly message.
 
Rhonda Williams
Acting Principal

Sep 29
Principal’s Message – Friday, September 30, 2022

Dear Families,  


Thank you for making me feel so welcome at The Hamptons School. I am settling in and getting to know the students. 

 

Hamptons Community Association Rink Repair 

The boards around the rink at the community association are being replaced over the next 2-4 weeks and this may impact parking. There will be a fence placed around the rink to ensure safety.   

 

REMINDER - Forms! 

The Student Health Plan a form that must be:  

  • completed if a physical or medical condition may affect the student’s attendance at school;  

  • completed if medication is to be taken at school; and  

  • reviewed and updated annually or sooner if there is a change in the student’s health concern or school registration. 

 

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – September 30 

Orange Shirt Day is September 30. At the Hamptons school, we recognized Orange Shirt Day on September 29 with a school assembly. It was amazing to see all the students wearing orange. Truth and Reconciliation began in 2013 when residential school survivor Phyllis Webstad shared how her orange shirt was taken away on her first day at residential school. This story is an opportunity for students and staff to reflect on history, legacy and implications, to discuss stories of survival and strength and to share ways we can work together toward truth and reconciliation. It is also an opportunity to commit to commemorating the children who attended residential schools, recognizing their experiences, honoring them, and sharing a collective commitment to ensure that every child matters and that each student is welcome, safe, respected and cared for in their learning community every day. 

 

Student Code of Conduct  

All CBE schools follow the administrative regulations on the Student Code of Conduct and Progressive Student Discipline. Please familiarize yourself with these regulations as our work with students and families will focus on the expectations contained within these regulations. You can learn more about this on ourwebsite.  

 

Upcoming Dates 

Date 

Event 

September 30 

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation -No School for Students 

October 6 

Photo Day! 

October 7 

Non-Instructional Day – No School for all students 

October 10 

Thanksgiving Day – No school 

 

Have a great weekend! 

 

Sincerely, 

Mrs. Williams 

Acting Principal, The Hamptons School  ​


Sep 23
Principal Message September 23, 2022

Principal's Message – Friday, September 23, 2022 

Hi Hamptons families, I am super excited to get the opportunity to be part of the Hamptons school. I was fortunate to meet a lot of students and their families this week at the school and during the open house. I wanted to share a little bit about myself. I have worked for the CBE for over 20 years in various schools. I have lived in Calgary with my husband for almost 25 years. We have three children and two of them are currently attending University. My youngest child is in Grade 10 at Crescent Heights High School. Hope to meet you soon! 

Emergency Practice Drills 

We have completed our first two emergency practice drills including the 1st fire drill and 1st lockdown. Both drills went smoothly, and the students did exactly what they were instructed to do! 

Hamptons Community Association Rink Repair 

The boards around the rink at the community association are being replaced over the next 2-4 weeks and this may impact parking. There will be a fence placed around the rink to ensure safety.   

REMINDER - Forms! 

Please fill out your online forms (due TODAY) if you have not already done so! Please sign into your MyCBE account to access School Engage to complete these forms. Due by September 27, 2022.  

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – September 30 

Orange Shirt Day is officially on September 30. At the Hamptons school, we will recognize Orange Shirt Day on September 29 with a school assembly and we ask all students to wear orange in support of Truth and Reconciliation. Truth and Reconciliation began in 2013 when residential school survivor Phyllis Webstad shared how her orange shirt was taken away on her first day at residential school. This story is an opportunity for students and staff to reflect on history, legacy and implications, to discuss stories of survival and strength and to share ways we can work together toward truth and reconciliation. It is also an opportunity to commit to commemorating the children who attended residential schools, recognizing their experiences, honoring them and sharing a collective commitment to ensure that every child matters and that each student is welcome, safe, respected and cared for in their learning community every day. 

First Council Meeting 

Our first School Council and Parent Society Meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 28th at 6:30 pm in person at The Hamptons School! All parents are automatically members of the school council and parent society and are invited to join us. 

Register for Lunchroom Supervision 

Parents/Guardians of those students who stay for lunch are asked to register for Noon-Supervision using their MyCBE/Powerschool Account as soon as possible. 

Upcoming Dates 

Date Event 
September 28 School Council Meeting at 6:30 pm at The Hamptons School 
September 29 Orange Shirt Day at the Hamptons 
September 30 National Day for Truth and Reconciliation -No School for Students 

 

Have a great weekend! 

Sincerely, 

Mrs. Williams ​

Apr 09
Weekly Principal’s Message – Friday, April 9th

Thank You

A sincere thank you to the staff, students, parents and The Hamptons school community for their warm welcome this week. I feel like I am a part of the community already!

 

Friday Message

As a way to inform you about school happenings, upcoming events and important pieces of information, I will be sending a weekly Principals Message via school messenger. This will also be posted to the school website.

 

School Council & Fundraising Society Meeting

All parents are welcome to join our virtual meeting on Wednesday, April 14th at 6:30pm via Microsoft Teams. A meeting link will be sent out on Wednesday morning. This will be a great opportunity to meet me virtually and unmasked J

 

School Budget and Fees Survey

Next week all parents will be sent a School Budget and Fees Survey. This survey is meant to gather your thoughts and feedback about the way in which the School Budget and School fees are spent.

 

Alberta Education Assurance Survey

Grade 4s only: Please find attached more information about the Alberta Education Assurance Survey (formerly called the Accountability Pillar Survey) that our grade four students will complete in their classrooms this month. Please see the attached letter from the Minister of Education. Parents are invited to complete the survey as well, and you will have received relevant information by mail from Alberta Education. The survey will close on April 23, 2021.

Should have any questions, please feel welcome to contact me at any time.

Have a wonderful weekend!

-Ms. Bradbury, dvbradbury@cbe.ab.ca


Jan 04
January-February

January is here and we begin the year with a week of on-line learning. We hope to have the students back for in-school learning next week. In-school classes have been going well. Students wear their masks most of the time except for lunch and outside times. Sanitizer is used regularly. Students stay in their cohort (homeroom) for all activities inside and outside. Students appear happy and eager to be at school.
Registration for kindergarten begins January 11. Please let friends and neighbours know about our wonderful school. We are happy to have them join our Hamptons school family.
There will be a virtual School Council meeting on January 27. The link will be sent out the day of the meeting and all parents are welcome to attend.
In February, the teachers will be attending Teachers’ Convention on-line on February 11 and 12. There are many educational and thought provoking sessions to attend and teachers are
re-energized from the experiences.
Enjoy the February break and we look forward to more great learning experiences when we return.​


Nov 19
November-December
In November, we had a wonderful Remembrance Day Assembly. Each class contributed a video, poem or artwork and everything was shared to each class in their own homerooms.
We will hold our second School Council meeting on November 25. We will discuss the School Results Report, the School Development Plan, the school budget and the Report to Parents on Fees. These documents will be found on our school website. At each meeting, a grade group of teachers presents on what is happening in their classrooms. The grade 1 teacher, Mrs. Oseen, will present this time. The next meeting is January 27. Please join us on-line and learn more about your school.
In December, we are promoting kindness and caring. We will have a craft afternoon to decorate the school. We will play carols in the classes. We will support The Calgary Foodbank as our Christmas charity. We hope students learn that they can make a difference in peoples’ lives. . By showing children how they can be of service to others, we are supporting children who care and contribute to society. Thank you parents for working alongside of us to instill these qualities in your children.
December will have Parent-Teacher conferences on December 10 and 11. These interviews are very important as it provides time for parents, teachers and students to discuss the learning experiences that have happened over the past 3 months. Interviews will be done virtually. Report cards will not be sent home until February.
I would like to thank the parents who are following the traffic rules in the parking lot and on the street at the front of the school. We have had to remind parents to drive carefully and watch for children at all times. We all worry about keeping children safe so it is up to all of us to obey the rules.
Registration for next year begins in January. Please let friends and neighbours know about our wonderful school. We are happy to have them join our Hamptons school family.
During the winter break, enjoy your family time and we look forward to new learning and experiences after the winter break.​


Sep 23
September/October 2020

Welcome back to our new school year. We are so happy to have so many students back at the school and we wish all of our HUB students well too. The students are so eager and they are following all of the new protocols set in place and the whole school has adjusted well to our new ‘normal’ way of doing things. In fact, it feels normal now.
We have had PASS soccer here for 6 days in September. The students enjoyed having the chance to improve their soccer skills and learn more about the game. The students can play soccer during recess and lunch within their cohort (classroom) group. This will be the only specialist that we will have during the next few months as the sport was able to be held outside the whole time.
We were able to do our Terry Fox Run during our individual gym classes.
You will be receiving a phone call for the Parent-Teacher conferences on September 24 and 25. The teachers will be sharing what they have learned about your child and you will be able to help them understand your child.
Also, please consider attending the School Council Meeting on September 30. This is the first meeting for this year and there will be lots to share and discuss. We have a newly elected School Council whose members are eager to get the year going. We welcome all parents to the on-line meeting and a link will be provided.
We will keep you updated as the year evolves
Please contact us at any time.​


Jun 11
June 2020

It is June and we are rapidly approaching the end of the school year.  We have had such a different kind of year.  The last few months of online learning have been an adjustment for us all.  Students still interacted with their teachers and were involved in many interesting assignments. We must, also, remember the many months that students were at school and all the special activities like sports specialists, theater groups, teacher’s pet programs, field trips, etc. that made the school year memorable.

 

Our school has 178 students registered for next year.  We have managed to keep all of our permanent staff although we will wait until the fall to hire the music teacher once we know our actual numbers in September. Mrs. Komori is a temporary teacher and her term ends June 30.  She has been a wonderful addition to our staff this year.

 

We will continue with our SKILL class which has been renamed EES (Enhanced Educational Supports).  An EES class has 9 children with one teacher and two education assistant.  Students receive personalized and functional curriculum related to the development of functional academic, social-communication, independence, daily living, safety and leisure skills. These students will participate in the school community as opportunities arise.

 

We have organized the school for next year as follows:

 

Kindergarten               Mrs. De Nance                                                            Room 11

2 Grade 1 classes         Mrs. Oseen, Mrs. Hughes                                           Rooms 4, 5

2 Grade 2 classes         Ms. Barry (Ms. Ringheim until March 1),

 Mrs. Werle                                                                 Rooms 2, 6

3 Grade ¾ classes        Mrs. Speer                                                                  Room 1

                                    Mrs. Stetz, Mr. Claussen                                             Rooms 7, 8

EES Class                   Mrs. Armstrong                                                          Room 3

 

 

We have excellent staff that will do their very best to ensure all students learn.

 

Thank you to all parents for sending us such wonderful students.  We enjoy the privilege of teaching your children.

 

Enjoy the summer break and we look forward to an exciting new school year in September. By August, we will know more about what the school year will look like.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Apr 17
April 17, 2020

​Hello to All of Our Hamptons Families

We have all been through a whirlwind of change in the last few weeks. We are adjusting to on-line learning and students tell us they are enjoying working with their teachers. We continue to develop interesting and engaging activities. I know it does mean that you are providing the support and encouragement to help your children learn. WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT SO MUCH! THANK YOU!

I am at the school each day along with Mrs. Hayashi and Chico, our caretaker. If you would still like to come to the school to pick up your children’s supplies, please make an appointment through the office. Thank you to all of the parents that have picked up supplies. I know your children will enjoy using their school materials.

Please stay in touch if you need anything. You can do that through the classroom teacher or the office. We will get through this together.​

Apr 02
April

Hello Spring!  The weather is not cooperating but the extra daylight raises the spirits.  We certainly need a little spirit raising at this time.  We miss all of our students and families and we are so glad that we are connecting with you again.   We will work together to understand our new way of delivering curriculum.  The teachers have been diligently working to prepare lessons for on-line learning.  We want the learning to be engaging for the students and easy for parents to support the learning.  Please contact your teachers if you have any questions at all.  We are here for you.​

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