Sep 02
Information and Reminders for the 2022-2023 School Year

The first two days of the 2022-2023 School Year have been fantastic!! Yesterday, we met as an entire school to introduce new staff members and the Seven Sacred Teachings (Character Education in the TLC).


8:55-9:08am - School doors are monitored by staff 

If your child comes after this time, they are to go to the main door. 

9:10am School officially starts

It is expected that students are seated and ready to learn at this time

Attendance - 

Prompt, consistence attendance leads to students who know what to expect throughout the day. At times, students have appointments, please call the school and leave a message on the attendance line (403-777-6034 press 1) if your student will be late or absent. If your student will be picked up early, please write a message in the agenda.


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