May 02
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                                                                                  May 2nd, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I want to start this week with my appreciation of our communities' response from these last few weeks as we once again try and figure out how to continue the learning in the midst of this pandemic.  With the recent announcement of how learning will look for our grade 7-9 students we will continue to look at how learning will look for those students.  If you need any additional assistance that we may be able to support please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's homeroom or any teacher and we will do our best to help make adjustments.

 

Our grade 6's continue to attend to their learning in person and we want to try and keep our community safe so we continue to ask our parents and students to continue to be vigilant in ensuring students are responding appropriately in the community.  We will continue to look at reinforcing our expectations while at school to keep everyone safe. 

 

Our grade 6's this past week have been continuing their Artist in Residence with Jeff Stockton.  In speaking with the students and with the teachers it sounds as though there is a lot of excitement around Oral Storytelling and the work that Jeff is leading.  We are excited for this residency and look forward over the next several weeks as the students continue to invest in the residency.  We also have some exciting learning in the plans for our 6's coming up this week.

 

On Tuesday I will be attending our budget session for next year.  It will be a time where we declare our intentions for the start of the year and it can certainly be a challenging time, I am happy to share that we will be going in with some really great plans for learning for next year and the year is shaping up to be a great one.  We just need this pandemic to be under control so our full plans can be realized.

 

I want to thank those grade 7 parents who responded to the Assurance Survey that was sent out last month as part of the annual collection of feedback that will help continue to drive the school development plan.  This information is valuable as it helps give us information that we need to consider as we make the next right steps for learning at Ian Bazalgette.

 

Have an amazing Sunday out there and we hope our families are well as we continue to respond to this pandemic.

 

 

Terry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

May 21st – Org Day

June 4th – Org Day

June 25th – Report Cards home

June 28th – Last day of school for students

June 29th – Appeals Day

June 30th – Org Day

August 17th – First Day of school for 21-22 School Year​


Apr 18
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                                                                                  April 18th, 2021

 

Good afternoon to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this finds you enjoying a cozy Sunday afternoon.  We were almost there into Spring with that amazing day yesterday.  Once again as we head into online learning for our grade 7-9 students we want to express our appreciation to the families for the adjustments this may mean for you to support your child in their learning.  We spent some time on Friday again preparing for this shift and hope our students are set-up in a good way as we begin again tomorrow.  As a reminder students' are expected to be online at the start and end of class.  If you get a phone call indicating that your child is absent please send that teacher a note of inquiry.  Teachers will be doing attendance and on occasion a student may not indicate they are online when a teacher calls upon them. For those students that require paper packages we will have them available starting Tuesday.

 

I have attached in this school messenger copies of the third term curriculum letters.  In them you will find the focus of the learning the grade team and teachers have in place for the final months of learning this year.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's teacher.

 

We have continued this past week our conversations about our planning for next year.  A parent survey in regards to budget is on the Ian Bazalgette home page and would encourage parents to have their voices heard through that process. 

 

We are also reminding our grade 7 parents that you should have received information from Alberta Education about the Assurance Survey.  We are hopeful that parents would find some time to have their voice heard through that process as well.

 

Just a reminder as we head into next year that we are back on a modified calendar.  Once we have all our critical dates on it we will send a copy out to the community as we know many families are making plans and that information is part of their decision making.

 

Stay well Ian Bazalgette Families and have a great Sunday night, let's hope we don't have too much more snow and we can really welcome in Spring.

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

April 26th – PD Day

May 21st – Org Day

June 4th – Org Day

June 25th – Report Cards home

June 28th – Last day of school for students

June 29th – Appeals Day

June 30th – Org Day

August 17th – First Day of school for 21-22 School Year​


Apr 11
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            April 11th, 2021

 

Good evening to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this finds you at the end of a nice weekend.  This past week we received or first look at the budget for the 21 – 22 school year.  You may have heard messages from the CBE involving the topic of equity funding as another layer of looking at how it distributes resources to schools across the city.  Over the next few days I will have a better sense of what the implications are for our school for the 21-22 school year and will have some more detailed information to share with our community. 

 

We are a school that will be growing next year in student population and as with growth come opportunities.  Staff will be looking at the implications this week and we will be able to share some of the initial iterations of school organization in the coming weeks.  The process to make these decisions comes quickly, but we have been preparing many scenarios over the past few weeks so we have some good thinking going into this process.

 

A survey will be coming out to parents later this week asking for your input to the budget for next year.  I would invite you to keep an eye out for that and provide any feedback you may have. Along with the budget survey the government has sent out an “Assurance Survey" link to all our grade 7 parents.  We encourage our grade 7 parents to participate in there and help celebrate some of the growth we have taken this year along with areas of continued growth. If you have any questions about that survey please do not hesitate to reach out to me.

 

I would like to share with those that are unaware that Mrs. Leaney had her child during Spring Break and we want to wish her all the very best as she and her son start that amazing journey.  She is happy to report they are both doing well and she misses her classes very much.

 

As with the new weather comes a few changes for us at lunch time.  We will be once again asking students to make their way outside for their lunch.  We have made accommodations in the gym for those in grade 7,8,9 who want to stay in but they must remain in their cohorts. Students not in their cohorts will be asked to head outside.  Our grade 6 students will continue to be supported in the Bistro and will have a switch halfway through lunch so they also get a break outside.  We will continue to encourage students to wear their masks when they are outside and in groups that are not their cohorts.  We are asking our parent community to reinforce this perspective with their child.  We know the variants of the COVID are far more infectious and the data appears to suggest that young people are more susceptible in comparison to the first version.  We have had no reports of community spread at Ian Bazalgette and we are hoping that can continue.

 

This week I will be also sending out the Curriculum Letters the Teams have been finishing this past week. These letters are for the 3rd Term of the year.  As I read through them I am excited by the learning that will take place over the next 11 weeks.  If you have any questions about that learning please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's teacher for clarification.

 

Once again, the Youth Centers of Calgary will have its' presence in our community.  They have asked me to share this flyer out with our families.  Please pass it along to those that you may feel may benefit from these opportunities. 

 

Lastly, our grade 6's will be starting an Artist In Residency around “Oral Storytelling" and we are really excited to welcome in Jeff Stockton to be our guest Artist.  This will be an exciting time for the grade 6's and we will be looking forward to their “Storytelling" come June.

 

Stay well Ian Bazalgette Families and have a great Sunday night.

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

April 26th – PD Day

May 21st – Org Day

June 4th – Org Day

June 25th – Report Cards home

June 28th – Last day of school for students

June 29th – Appeals Day

June 30th – Org Day

August 17th – First Day of school for 21-22 School Year

 

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Apr 05
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            April 5th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this finds our families enjoying some sunshine.  Staff and students have had this last week off to take a much-deserved break as we head into the last third of the school year.  I want to continue to thank our families for their support and know that it has been a challenging year that has still brought with it many amazing learning opportunities.  Teachers will be working on finalizing their plans for learning for the last third of the year this week. I will be sending those plans out to families next week.

 

Ms. Gill will be taking some time away from her classes and we want to wish her all the best as she is away.  In her place is Mr. Steffans and we know he will come in and do an amazing job teaching those grade 6's. 

 

Over the next week our grade 7 students will be participating in an Assurance Survey.  This survey is done annually with our grade 7 students and their parents.  We hope that our grade 7 parents will take the time to complete the survey that has come to you from the government.  It is a critical part of the data we look at when we make decisions about our next right steps in learning at Ian Bazalgette.

 

This Friday we will be receiving the first look at our budget for the 21-22 school year.  The Leadership Team at Ian Bazalgette will take some time to process what it will look like for our 21-22 school year.  Once we have some thinking in place we will be sure to look for parent input.  In saying this a survey will be open to receive parent feedback.  If you have any questions, concerns that you would like to seek clarification on please do not hesitate to reach out to me.

 

A short message this week as we get back into the learning this week.

 

Stay well Ian Bazalgette Families

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

April 26th – PD Day

May 21st – Org Day

June 4th – Org Day

June 25th – Report Cards home

June 28th – Last day of school for students

June 29th – Appeals Day

June 30th – Org Day

August 17th – First Day of school for 21-22 School Year

 

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Mar 14
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            March 14th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this finds you with the anticipation of enjoying a beautiful Sunday out there.  This past Friday our teachers were able to spend considerable time focusing on what they will be sending home later this week.  We will be sending home learning artefacts that will give you an opportunity to see and celebrate the learning your child is entering into at Ian Bazalgette.  It will be a wonderful opportunity to sit down and see evidence of the learning and have some perspective on what the criteria is for success in the learning and then to see some of the direct feedback that your child receives so they know what they need to do next. Some work will come in pictures, some will be the actual work and some will be captured in the students IRIS profile.  As this is the first time we have collectively done this we hope it resonates and becomes a regular part of our practice in communicating with the home. It is also our intent for those that participate in the conferences next week for this artefact to be the cornerstone of the conversation.

 

Information on school conferences will come out later this week.  We will once again be hosting them in a distant format.  Parents will be able to schedule in a phone call or a “Team Meet" with your child's teacher(s). Please look for that information as we move towards next weekend.

 

Over the next two weeks we will also be wrapping up the 2nd semester curriculum letter as we prepare for the third semester of the year. These moments will give our teachers time to reflect and focus on what concepts they would like to address or re-address for the remainder of the year. We will be sharing out a new curriculum letter when we return from the Spring Break.

 

Our grade 7/8 team has had a staffing change as we say good bye for a while to Mrs. Leaney as she leaves us to go start her family any day now.  The grade 7's and 8's were certainly sad to see her go, but happy for her as she takes on this next step in life.  We wish her all the best and a healthy next step.  Taking up the work for Mrs. Leaney will be Mr. Gonzalo Segovia.  He was with us this past week and was able to connect with those classes and get a sense of the routines and the learning that was taking place.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families J and have a great Sunday. Please remember to put those clocks ahead 1 hour J.

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

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Feb 21
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            February 21st, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this message finds you well this Sunday morning.

 

This past week we were able to get ourselves settled in as we make our way into a really time of learning between now and Spring Break. Mrs. Agnew and I are able to get into classrooms for a short period of time and we are excited by the learning we are seeing.  Our students are really engaging in some amazing ways.

 

Specifically, our grade 6's continue to look at how they can help their community by creating some proposals for community projects that will contribute to a resilient society.  To hear how our students are thinking about supporting many aspects of society through these proposals gives me smiles as I know they are demonstrating care and understanding for others.  Our grade 9's are dissecting their cow eyeballs this past week as they continue to understand the world through that investigative lens.  It is fascinating to watch with such care how they enter into that learning.  (With some squirming mixed in occasionally)

 

We have our projections for next year and it looks as though we will be growing in numbers here at Ian Bazalgette.  Currently we are at 567 students and for next year it looks like we will be over 600.  This is exciting for us as it brings with us resources and some possibilities to add more staffing to the school as we consider what learning will look like next year already.

 

We continue to thank our community for your support of keeping your child home if they are not feeling well and ensuring that we are all keeping strong with our mitigation strategies related to COVID.  We continue to encourage, reinforce our expectations for students around masking up and for sanitizing their hands.  We want to thank our families for their understanding as we support each other.

 

In the next few weeks you will receive a piece of student work with a rubric attached to it and some feedback.  We will be sending this home so you can have some understanding in regards to the learning your child is entering into and how they are performing.  This is part of our communication strategy with home and we hope it helps parents understand how their child is doing at school. Stay tuned for more on this.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families J

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

March 12th – Professional Development Day (No School for Students)

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

 

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Feb 14
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            February 14th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this message finds you well this Sunday morning of this Family Day long weekend.  I hope during this time you will be able to find ways to spend time with your families. 

 

This past week teachers and staff spent a few days at their respective conventions.  It was our turn to enter into learning in a new way as our students have experienced over the last 11 months.  There was much about the learning that I appreciated in the manner in which it was presented online and there were parts that were frustrating for me as well as I tried to login in and learn to have perseverance in doing so.  The sessions that I attended brought me some new perspectives as a school leader along with much affirmation about the direction we are headed at Ian Bazalgette in setting students up for success in their learning.  I will be excited to hear from the staff about their takeaways and how we can continually push our practice to impact learning.

 

We now have a time in the year with only a few breaks that will enable us to have a nice learning sprint between now and Spring Break. I am excited to see where teachers will be taking the learning as I reflect on some of the planning sessions I have been a part of.  In March prior to our next conferences we will be sending home a sample of student work and attached to it a rubric and teacher feedback.  This will give you an opportunity to understand how your child is performing and have a sense of the rigor that is being expected of them in their learning.  Stay tuned for more information on this.

 

This week we will be practicing our lockdown procedures.  I may not normally share this with the community just prior to doing so as practicing lockdowns and school exits are a normal part of our school year as we want to ensure students know what to do when we need to take significant action to keep them safe.  I am however doing so as it comes close to the Forest Lawn incident.  Please know this practice was planned several months ago and it is part of our yearly routine.  I felt it was important to share this perspective to help get in front of any perception that is attached to this practice. 

 

As a reminder as well, we will have some staffing changes begin tomorrow as we welcome Ms. Kearns into In Bazalgette and we prepare to transition Mr. Polsfut into his new role and we say good-bye to Ms. Calahasian.  I know our students will be great in welcoming Ms. Kearns in and we bring her into the Ian Bazalgette community.

 

I hope everyone is able to have a nice Sunday out there and a really nice Family Day Monday tomorrow J.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families, stay warm this week.

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

March 12th – Professional Development Day (No School for Students)

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

 

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Feb 07
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            February 7th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

We hope that everyone is staying warm out there this cold Sunday morning.  In looking ahead to this week and the temperatures, please ensure your child is dressed properly for the weather.  We will continue to open the doors by 7:30am and welcome students into the school at that time.  Students will continue to be directed to their homebases.  We are going to encourage students to stay at school at lunch time as we know that frostbite can occur to exposed skin with the temperatures that we are expecting.

 

We are passing along our thoughts to the students and staff of Forest Lawn High School as they continue to respond to the critical incident that occurred on Thursday.  We are expecting to receive some information related to that event that we will pass along to the community and to our students. Thank you to the parents and our students and staff for their calm response as we ensured our community responded appropriately.  If you or your family needs support through that incident please know that the CBE has an outstanding Team available to support.

 

This past week we sent home report cards.  We know there is much associated with having these come home.  I would invite parents to connect with their child's teacher if you have any questions.  Parent support is a significant asset to having students succeed at school.  Teacher's are using that information to inform their next steps in learning and how students can see improvement.

 

Just a reminder that we have Teacher's and Staff Association Convention this week.  This is a great opportunity for our staff to engage in professional development and an opportunity to engage in their own learning. I will be encouraging staff to take a minute next week to share their experience with their students.  Modelling the aspect of being a lifelong learner is also a critical opportunity for us to demonstrate we are all learners with our students.

 

I have been able to participate in a few online guest speakers the past few weeks.  I was a part of the grade 6 team as they brought in officials from the City of Calgary around the process of community projects.  I was then a part of a grade 9 online session where they brought in a guest speaker that helped the conversation around mining and the impact on the environment and the community.  Both of these presentations were outstanding and I was really impressed with the depth of the questions that were being asked and the level of engagement by our students.  Our teachers are really being creative in how they bring the curriculum alive in the classroom and I want to acknowledge that today.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families, stay warm this week.

 

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

February 11th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 12th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 15th – Family Day (No School for Students)

March 12th – Professional Development Day (No School for Students)

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

 

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Jan 31
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            January 31st, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

A short message this morning as we move into February this week.

 

I can share that we had a nice Parent Society meeting this past Tuesday. It was decided that we would continue to hold onto the casino funds as long as we could this year and have a tight approach to using the funds and move them into next year's budget.  In a normal year there would be many field trips and other opportunities for learning beyond the school these funds would be used for.  We are hoping by pushing these funds into next year they will be able to support student learning in amazing ways.  Thanks to the parents that were able to attend and contribute to the decisions.

 

This past Friday Teachers spent a fair bit of the day working on evaluating and updating student IPP's.  I can say that I was really impressed with the level of conversation and the strategies that were being discussed to support students in their learning.  If your child is on an IPP please know you can connect with your child's homeroom teacher at any time to make inquiries to progress. We will be sending home copies of the IPP's the first week of March once this Priority Learning Cycle has been assessed.

 

I would like to announce that we will once again be on the Modified Calendar for the 2021 – 2022 school year.  The calendars have been released I will post it out to our families next week so families that need to do long term planning can start to have an idea of what next year will look like. If parents have any thoughts about the calendar please reach out to me with your thoughts.

 

With the release of next years calendar it means that we are well under way for our planning for the 2021 – 2022 school year.  I would like to thank the Science Program parents for returning your intent forms as we will be looking at our class organization along with the lottery next week.

 

If you have a child in grade 9 please be connecting with them about High School.  We have had several transition conversations with our high schools and I know they are connecting with your child to get course selections done in the coming weeks. If you have any questions please reachg out to your child's homeroom teacher.

 

Finally, we have 15 students returning from the HUB and I would like to welcome them back into face to face learning tomorrow. Several of those students came for a tour this past Thursday and it was great seeing them and we are excited to have them back with us starting tomorrow.  We will be equally excited to see our other HUB students hopefully this August as we start the 2021 – 2022 school year.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families.

 

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

February 1st – Day 1 for students returning from HUB

February 1st – 5th – Report Cards Home

February 1st – Grade 6's New Complimentary Courses

February 11th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 12th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 15th – Family Day (No School for Students)

March 12th – Professional Development Day (No School for Students)

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

 

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Jan 24
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            January 24th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I would like to continue to thank our families for their support of the COVID measures that are in place, specifically, keeping your child home when they are not feeling well. We want to continue to stress the importance of following the mitigations in place and with the cold weather coming up we know getting outside will be challenging as such we will be reinforcing our mitigation expectations with our students these coming weeks as more of them choose to stay in at lunch time.

 

We have a Parent Society Meeting Tuesday night at 5:45pm and we would once again encourage parents to attend. You may access the meeting at the following link:

 

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At this meeting we will be discussing next year briefly along with some budget items as we have some casino funds that are yet to be allocated for the 2020 – 2021 school year.  We will also have some other topics of discussion in relation to Parent Involvement.  Your voice is valued by the Parent Society and by myself and school leadership, please stop in if you are able to and would like to contribute to this discussion.

 

Our Grade 6's are in the last week of their current Complimentary classes and will be switching next week. It has been amazing to see them in their complimentary classes on Fridays and embracing their opportunities.  I know the teachers will be sad to see the classes leave, but are also excited to see and make relationships with the 6's they haven't see yet this year.

 

This coming Friday we have a Organizational Day. Teachers will be using this time to work on those students who have IPP's to take the time to asses the Targets, make adjustments to the Targets or make adjustments to the Strategies as we move into another Priority Learning Cycle. We will have one more Priority Learning Cycle and then we will be sending home progress students are making in their identified areas with parents in March just prior to our next Parent / Student / Teacher conferences.  As always is the case though, if parents want updates on progress on their child's IPP they are welcome to connect with their child's teachers.

 

Next week we will be sending home the Report Cards for our students.  Teachers have been busy ensuring any final assessment is reflected in the indicators.  You will notice the comments are dated Oct / Nov / Dec as we are attempting to illustrate the growth and the learning that has occurred through time. Assessment is an ongoing process and the indicators will reflect where students are at as of now.  We also need to be reminded that students are assessed in relation to the end of the grade outcomes.  Students still have 5 months (Half the year) to work on areas of growth and improve on areas where they want to increase from 2-3 or 3-4.  I am in the process of reading the comments and am grateful for the work in sharing with you the narrative of your child's learning that teacher's are capturing.

 

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families.

 

 

 

Terry and Lauren

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

January 29th – Organizational Day (No School for Students)

February 1st – Day 1 for students returning from HUB

February 1st – 5th – Report Cards Home

February 1st – Grade 6's New Complimentary Courses

February 11th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 12th – Teacher's Convention (No School for Students)

February 15th – Family Day (No School for Students)

March 12th – Professional Development Day (No School for Students)

March 25th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

March 25th – Conferences 1pm – 8pm

March 26th – Organizational Day

March 29th – April 5th Spring Break

April 6th – 1st Day back for students

 

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