Dec 07
Welcome to December

Welcome to December! It has been an exciting and interesting start to a new school year.  Thank you to students, parents, and guardians for adhering to all AHS COVID-19 safety protocols.  We are working together to keep our students’ safe and learning at PFS.

Winter Solstice celebrations will look different this year. Students and teachers are busy working on an entertaining program that will be shared online for student and parent viewing. Please check your School Messenger email for more information for parents to partake in the celebration.  We will celebrate the completion of the Indigenous Sports Council of Alberta fitness challenge. The culminating activities will take place on Thursday, December 10. Students and staff have participated in weekly fitness challenges to promote a healthy mind, body, and spirit at school and home. 

A gentle reminder to continue to check School Messenger email for important information on online learning in the New Year and critical COVID-19 updates.

Take care,

Iikiinayookaa M. Yellow Horn
Principal, Piitoayis Family School


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