Jun 29
Thank You for Your Support This Year

Oki,

As we conclude another school year that was challenging and different from a typical school year, with many adjustments to ensure PFS student and staff safety from the COVID-19 virus, I want to thank you. Thank you for your support, understanding and for sending your children to school.  We would also like to acknowledge the dedication and commitment of our PFS students who embodied the PFS values of aatsimmoiyhkanni, kimmapiiypitsinni, kakyosin, and aksistoiypaittapiisinni. Hand to Spirt in gratitude.

The upcoming 2021-22 school year will begin on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. The re-entry will be a staggered entry:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 1                  Students with the last name A – K
  • Thursday, Sept. 2                       Students with the last name L-Z
  • Friday, Sept. 3                           All students arrive at school

The Calgary Police Youth Foundation has made a very generous donation of backpacks with all school supplies. Please do not purchase backpacks and school supplies for your students. We ask that students arrive with in-door shoes on the first day of school.

COVID-19 cohort protocols will remain until further notice. Please continue to monitor the PFS website for updates. Have a safe and fun summer!

Iikiinayookaa M. Yellow Horn, Principal
Mr. Benjamin Williams, Assistant Principal  


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