Sep 10
Welcome

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! It has been a busy start up but everyone has managed to successfully navigate student course changes, Camp Chief Hector sign up, our first parent evening, and recent staff changes.  The staff and students of the National Sport School are embracing our “Culture of Excellence” by being adaptable and mature during this first week. This is a great tone to start a new year at our school.

 We will be making the trip to Camp Chief Hector this Thursday and Friday; it is there that students build lasting friendships and memories.  We appreciate that families and coaches allow their athletes to attend this amazing experience. It truly is an invaluable start to every school year.

 This year the National Sport School wants to continue to build strong communication within our community. As a principal, I encourage you to use the tools the Calgary Board of Education provides to assist everyone.  Our school uses email, Desire to Learn, PowerSchool, Teacher Advisor program, interviews, Meet the Teacher, a wonderful front desk team and much more to enhance information sharing between the student, teacher and parent.  I hope that you can find an avenue that will develop a positive responsive relationship within our organization. To kick start this positive connection, I encourage every parent or guardian to attend our annual Meet the Teacher evening on Wednesday, September 18th at 7 pm.

 Finally, stay tuned for more information about the ways we are going to celebrate our 25th anniversary.  It is a significant milestone that should not go unrecognized.

 Mr. Rob Jewan, Acting Principal

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