Nov 22
Positive COVID Announcement

Date November 22nd, 2020

 

Dear Parent/Guardian,

 

We have been notified by a family or staff member that a positive case of COVID-19 has been diagnosed in an individual from Ian Bazallgette School. At this time, the school does not have official confirmation from Alberta Health Services (AHS).

 

The school has already contacted each family or staff member affected by the positive case, and AHS will be following up only with those individuals. If you were not contacted, your child(ren) are not affected by the positive case.

 

Our school remains open to in-person learning for all students, and we are working to ensure necessary measures continue to be in place to protect all staff and students. This includes the cleaning and disinfecting of all items touched by the individual, and the removal and storage of all items that cannot be cleaned and disinfected (paper, books, etc.)  in a sealed container for a minimum of 72 hours.

 

All students impacted by the positive case will be supported in maintaining course work during the designated period online. They will not join Hub online learning.

 

We remind parents/guardians of students to monitor for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.The Alberta Health daily checklist can be found here. Please remember to complete the checklist each day prior to attending school.

 

If you/your child has any of the symptoms of illness listed on the Alberta Health daily checklist, please fill out the online Alberta Health Services COVID-19 self-assessment or call Health Link at 811 and stay home/keep your child at home.

We will continue to provide additional information to parents / guardians as it is available.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Terry Baustad

Principal, Ian Bazalgette School

t | 403-777-7360

tlbaustad@cbe.ab.ca

 

 

 

 

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Nov 22
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            November 22nd, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this weekly finds you and your family well this Sunday morning.  This past week was a challenging one for many of our students as we had many substitutes in the building as part of the response to having staff stay home due to our reported positive case.  This underlines the appreciation that we have for parents that have made in regards to keeping their child home when they are not feeling well. Those decisions help us keep the school in a position to continue to support learning with as little disruption as possible and we thank-you for your support and understanding.

 

This past Friday we had a Professional Development Day where the focus of the conversation was on student assessment and capturing what students are able to demonstrate. Teachers were engaged in professional conversations about what their next steps are in the learning for their students and how they will address gaps in learning for the next phase of learning. It was great listening to the rich conversations and the depth of care that teachers were taking up the work. 

 

The conversation on Friday leads naturally to report cards. A reminder that we will have the report cards coming home this year during the first week of February. We will be following a system wide schedule of reporting home as we adjust our schedule to ensure that those students in the HUB and In-School are following similar paths. It is also a good time to pass along the perspective that parents do not need to wait until those times to inquire about how their child is doing academically.  Please know your teachers are always available to answer any queries you may have.

 

On Wednesday thirty of our grade 8 girls had the opportunity to attend a virtual program run by Operation Minerva. Operation Minerva is a program that has worked with our school in the past and we are excited to be working with them again this year. The program aims to introduce girls to STEM (science, technology, engineering, mentorship) careers and opportunities by connecting them to female leaders in STEM fields. The girls spent a period engaging with professionals, learning about potential career options, and were introduced to pathways to achieve their future goals. Operation Minerva will be back in the new year and our students look forward to connecting with more professionals. I want to thank Ms. Pham and Mrs. Leaney for their leadership on this.

 

Once again, we would like to wish everyone a happy Sunday out there J.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

 

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students

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Nov 15
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            November 15th, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

We would like to express our appreciation for the support that we have received from parents as we work through a positive case of COVID in our school. We know this has impact in our community and would like to share that we will continue to support our students the best way we can every day. This starts with us continuing to reinforce the mitigations that are in place and reminding students of the importance of these mitigations. We also appreciate the decisions parents make daily when they decide to keep their child home when they are not feeling well. Collectively we are in this together and we rely on each other to keep each other safe.

 

We do want to express the appreciation we have of our many students that contributed to our Remembrance Day observance this past week.  Our students came together under the guidance of their teachers and specifically Mr. Loyns to have an observance that was respectful to those who have given so much to provide the peace we have here in Canada and beyond. I would also like to acknowledge Cadet Kailey M. for her leadership of the observance – she was amazing in her poise and risk taking and we thank her for that.

 

Jamie-Dee and I would like to wish you all a happy Sunday and thank – you for your support in the work we are taking up supporting your child in their learning.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

 

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students

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Nov 14
Positive COVID Announcement

November 14, 2020 

 

Dear Parent/Guardian,  

 

We have been notified by a family member that a positive case of COVID-19 has been diagnosed in an individual from Ian Bazalgette School. At this time, the school does not have official confirmation from Alberta Health Services (AHS). 

 

The school has already contacted each family or staff member affected by the positive case, and AHS will be following up only with those individuals. If you were not contacted, your child(ren) are not affected by the positive case. 

 

Our school remains open to in-person learning for all students, and we are working to ensure necessary measures continue to be in place to protect all staff and students. This includes the cleaning and disinfecting of all items touched by the individual, and the removal and storage of all items that cannot be cleaned and disinfected (paper, books, etc.) in a sealed container for a minimum of 72 hours.  

 

All students impacted by the positive case will be supported in maintaining course work during the designated period online. They will not join Hub online learning. 

 

We remind parents/guardians of students to monitor for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.The Alberta Health daily checklist can be found here. Please remember to complete the checklist each day prior to attending school.  

 

If you/your child has any of the symptoms of illness listed on the Alberta Health daily checklist, please fill out the online Alberta Health Services COVID-19 self-assessment or call Health Link at 811 and stay home/keep your child at home.  

 

We will continue to provide additional information to parents / guardians as it is available.  

 

Sincerely, 

 

Terry Baustad                                                   Jamie-Dee Peterson 

Principal, Ian Bazalgette                                    Assistant Principal, Ian Bazalgette 

t | 403-777-7360                                                 t | 403-777-7360 

tlbaustad@cbe.ab.ca                                        jepeterson@cbe.ab.ca 

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Nov 08
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            November 8th, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families.  I hope this finds you enjoying a cozy Sunday morning as we welcome snow once again to our world.

 

This past week Jamie-Dee and I were able to get into classrooms and administer the OurSchool CBE survey.  This was a great opportunity for us to capture student voice as to where our strengths are in the school and for us to understand where we need to focus some of our energy in growing the learning culture at Ian Bazalgette. We have 3 more classes to capture this week and then we will have an opportunity to see the results.  Many of our students are curious to hear about the whole school results.  We have made a commitment to share the results with the students and we will extend that to sharing the results with the parents.  It is with information like this that we will collectively strive to create a great place of learning for our students.  As we work through this we want to also hear from parents and will seek that input in a formal manner later in the school year.  Please know though that your voice is a critical part of the learning environment at Ian Bazalgette and we are always open to hearing from you.  I am hopeful that we can increase parent voice at our Parent Council Meetings as that is a really great opportunity on a monthly basis to hear and share your perspectives with myself and Jamie-Dee.

 

Teachers have been busy working on our School Development Plan and we have our first draft that will be developed a bit more this week in concert with our Area Director.  We have focused on two areas in a formal manner, they are; Literacy (Specifically – Reading) and Wellness (Specifically – A sense of belonging).  We will also create a 3rd area specific to Ian Bazalgette in the area of Mathematics (Specifically – Number sense).  The School Development Plan is now a 3-year plan and we are excited to be diving deep into these areas over the next 3 years and making real impacts that support our students as learners and set them up for success as they transition into high school.

 

This week we will be observing the sacrifice of men and women through time of their sacrifice to the peace we enjoy here in Canada. The observance will be done through a live and taped multi-media presentation as students participate in the observance in their classrooms Tuesday morning. We will have every grade represented in the program and we have some guest participation that has been recorded and we feel we have an appropriate program to recognize the importance of Remembrance Day. 

 

I would like to welcome Veronica May onto our grade 6 Team for the next month as she supports the learning in 6-1. Mr. Viccars has had to step away from the work for a bit and we wish him well on his time away from the work and know that Ms. May will support those students in great ways.

 

Jamie-Dee and I would like to wish you all a very happy Sunday and thank – you for your support in the work we are taking up supporting your child in their learning.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

 

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students

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Nov 01
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            November 1st, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families.  I hope this finds you enjoying a cozy Sunday morning as we welcome in November.

 

We hope the extra hour of weekend will be welcomed by everyone as we have had such a busy start to the year with everything we are responding to. Teachers took time on Friday to Professionally connect and continue to develop their practice in the company of each other. They connected as curriculum teams and grade level teams and they also connected to continue the work on our school development plan. We have a staff here that is demonstrating their commitment to create amazing learning experiences for your child and I continue to be impressed as they figure out our next right steps.

 

This past week we had our conferences and I want to thank those that were able to connect with the teachers and now there were some parents that could not connect on Thursday.  Please know that we are always available for parents to connect with us and have those learning and academic conversations.  If you need to connect please email your child's teacher and they can arrange a time for a phone call.

 

I want to share a brief message about the plan in regards to a positive case of COVID.  If we were to receive notice that a positive case is identified for a student at Ian Bazalgette a communication plan is in place in coordination with Alberta Health Services and the CBE.  I will be notified and then Mrs. Peterson and myself will begin to communicate with the impacted students and families.  This would be followed with a general notice to the community. Please know we will share as many details as we are permitted to while respecting the confidentiality of the impacted individual.  There has been much learning as other schools have responded to cases within their environment and we will continue to learn as this situation unfolds. We do want to continue to express our appreciation to the families that are making wise choices in keeping their child home when they are not feeling well.  These decisions are contributing to keeping us all safe and enabling us to continue to have face to face learning and we thank-you for that decision.

 

A short message this week and I will begin to share some of the excitement in learning next week and celebrate the amazing learning that Jamie-Dee and I see in the classes.

 

 

 

 

Jamie-Dee and I would like to wish you all a very happy Sunday and thank – you for your support in the work we are taking up supporting your child in their learning.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

 

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students​


Oct 25
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            October 25th, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families.  I hope this finds you enjoying a cozy Sunday morning.

 

We have Parent / Teacher / Student conferences on Thursday from 1pm – 8pm and teachers are working in getting to know your child as a learner and will be able to communicate some assessment at that time with you. I sent out some information yesterday in relation to signing-up for that opportunity so you can connect with your child's teacher. These conferences will be done via a phone call at this time. If Thursday does not work for you please email / call your child's teacher to arrange another time to connect as we want parents to know this information is available all the time, not just during these conferences.

 

We sent home on Tuesday IPP's for students that have that as part of the support for their learning at school. We would ask parents to ensure they send back an email indicating the IPP is good to go or send the IPP back with the edits and changes the parents would like to discuss further.

 

We are also hoping to see parents attend our Parent Council meeting scheduled out for Tuesday.  An email was sent out yesterday, if you have problems connecting in please send me an email and I will try and get you into the meeting.

 

We also want to thank our students for making a great adjustment in regards to our lunch time routines as we made a switch this week. Our students continue to do an awesome job of respecting the expectations that we have put in place to mitigate the spread of COVID -19 and keep each other safer while enjoying their lunch break.

 

Jamie-Dee and I would like to wish you all a very happy Sunday and thank – you for your support in the work we are taking up supporting your child in their learning.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

Important Upcoming Dates

 

Thursday October 29th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

Thursday October 29th – Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences

Friday October 30th – System PD Day (No school for students)

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students​


Oct 18
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            October 18th, 2020

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I want to start with a reminder about our change in protocols at lunch time as the snow has come and we need to make some adjustments. Students in grade 6 will remain in their “Homebase" for the lunch-time.  The grade 6 Homeroom teachers will have the flexibility to take the students for a break outside if the weather permits through the day.  Students in grade 6 that have permission to go home at lunch will be asked to bring a note indicating that from a parent. In grades 7 – 9 students will be escorted in their Homeroom cohort back to their “Homebase" at the end of period 4. At the end of period 4 the grade 7-9 students will be asked if they are remaining in class or if they are going off campus. Students that remain in their “Homebase" will do so for the entire lunch. Students who indicate they are leaving will be leaving the building the entire lunch and the doors will open again at 12:05.  There will be no “Ins / Outs" during the lunchtime as we are having to keep our cohorts as tight as possible. Those students leaving will need to be prepared to remain outside for the entire lunchtime. The exception to this will be when the temperature drops below -20 with a windchill and at that time we will be keeping all students in their “Homebase" for the entire lunch for their safety.  If you have any questions about this please speak to your child's homeroom teacher.

 

We have Parent / Teacher / Student conferences next Thursday from 1pm – 8pm and teachers are working towards getting to know your child as a learner and will be able to communicate some assessment at that time with you. I will be sending out some information later this week in relation to sign-up for that evening so you can connect with your child's teacher.

 

We will be sending home on Tuesday IPP's for students that have that as part of the support for their learning at school. We will also be sending home a reminder on Tuesday that this plan is on its way home so parents can keep an eye out for it.

 

Our Area Director – Lori Pamplin will be connecting with myself and Jamie-Dee as we work on the School Development Plan.  The SDP is a plan that helps teachers target areas of professional growth and areas that we need to keep an eye on within the learning at Ian Bazalgette. These decisions are based on the collection of various pieces of data that help us identify areas for growth. We will have 3 goals that will guide this process and they will be connected to “The Wellness" of students, a Literacy Goal and a Numeracy Goal.  Once the goals have been created we then attach Instructional Strategies and measures to the goal.  This helps us focus our Professional Development Days and other professional opportunities that we engage in. I'm looking forward to sharing that with you in the weeks ahead.

 

Last Friday and in days leading up to the next Friday, we are looking to use Terry Fox's story to inspire and reiterate our school's thoughts around resiliency along with honoring his story as we do yearly. This year will look a little different due to our new norms so we are trying to be creative, but still continue the tradition. Last Friday, students watched Terry Fox videos along with other inspiring stories and had conversations around resilience and what that looks like for us in our school community and/or day to day basis. We will continue to bring up Terry's story in PE throughout the week leading up to next Friday when we will complete a mask walk/run keeping the kiddos in their cohorts, during PE if the weather permits. Sharing these stories and these inspirational opportunities with our students is such a critical opportunity as we know that many of our students are inspired by stories such as Terry Fox's.

 

Jamie-Dee and I would like to wish you all a very happy Sunday and thank – you for your support in the work we are taking up supporting your child in their learning.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

Important Dates

 

Thursday October 29th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

Thursday October 29th – Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences

Friday October 30th – System PD Day (No school for students)

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students​


Oct 04
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            October 4th, 2020

 

Good morning and happy Sunday to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I hope this finds everyone enjoying this amazing Fall weather that we are having this weekend. I have attached the Curriculum Letters that will help guide the work your child will undertake for the next several months.  We are confident that we have some really amazing learning coming up for your child for the next few months as we come to understand them as learners. We are excited to be making our way into this phase of the school year.

 

Parents council met this past week and we want to thank those that were able to attend. We would like to invite those of you who are not sure about these meetings to attend as your voice is critical to us as we move forward. Your Parent Council has approved the spending for the 2019 Casino funds for this current year. We have allocated the funds to each grade level teams along with each of the complimentary classes and some funds available for the purchase of a new portable smartboard.  We want to thank you and your Parent Council for the support of the learning through these funds.

 

We are currently working on the IPP's those students that require them to support their learning.  We know this is important work and we will be looking to connect with parents over the next several weeks to get their voice into that document and support the decisions that are being made to support their child in learning.

 

Just a reminder that we are asking students while they are in the school to remain in their Instructional Groups as their cohort to remaining safe and to aid if we need to do any contact tracing. We are starting to see some students wander from these groups while they are in the school and we will be reinforcing these cohorts this week with the students. If a student does have a positive case it is critical that we have a tight group of cohorts as part of our mitigation strategy.  -Students will be reminded and then gradual consequences and conversations will be part of the next steps as we have made a commitment to these mitigations.

 

A short message this week and a reminder that we have a 4 day week this week as we head into Thanksgiving weekend next weekend.

 

Have a great Sunday out there to the Ian Bazalgette community.

 

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Dates

 

Friday October 9th – No school for students (Professional Development Day)

Monday October 12th – Thanksgiving (No school)

Thursday October 29th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

Thursday October 29th – Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences

Friday October 30th - Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences (No school for students)

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students

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Sep 20
Principal's Weekly Message

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                            September 20th, 2020

 

Good morning and happy Sunday to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

I need to start this week with a respectful reminder about how we are trying to keep everyone safe at Ian Bazalgette. The self-screening form is linked below for those families that are unfamiliar. We are asking families to use extra caution when deciding to send their child to school or to keep them home. If a student is feeling unwell at school we have quite an extensive protocol to follow and if a student exhibits any symptoms on the self – screening we will be contacting home and asking parents to come and pick up their child accordingly.  We understand the challenges this protocol may present families in the mornings, but we are following guidelines provided to us.  If your child is not feeling well please keep them home accordingly.  Everyone's attention to this protocol will help us attend to aspects at the school that need the resources and support and to help keep the learning moving forward.

 

Daily Screening

§  Parents and caregivers must assess their children daily for symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19, or other infectious respiratory disease before sending them to school. Anyone showing symptoms listed on the self-screening form must remain home.

§  All adults entering a school must assess themselves daily .  They must not enter if they answer yes to any of the questions on the self-screening form .

Stay Home If Sick

§  If students or staff are ill with any common cold, influenza or COVID-19-like symptoms they must stay home and either isolate for 10 calendar days following onset of symptoms, or until symptoms resolve, whichever is longer. They need to contact 8-1-1 for guidance or complete the AHS Self-Assessment to determine if testing is required.

§  Students and employees must stay home until they have been assessed by a health care provider to exclude COVID-19 or other infectious diseases AND their symptoms have resolved.

§  If you have been tested for COVID-19, visit the AHS page Advice for People Tested for COVID-19 for instructions on when you can return to school.

§  In the case of self-isolation: 
If a child is self-isolating and is well-enough to engage in school work, the classroom teacher will continue to provide work and support.  

If a child is not well enough to continue learning at home with teacher support, accommodations for the child's learning will take place upon the child's return to classes. The teacher will assess the expectations for learning for the child and provide the appropriate accommodations.

Illness at School

§  Students exhibiting signs of illness will be moved to a supervised, designated infirmary room or area in the school.

§  The area/room will have an “Infirmary, Do Not Enter" sign that will be posted when the room is in use.

§  The room should have the ability to house more than one student at a time while maintaining physical distancing.

§  After the room is used, a sign will be posted indicating the room must be cleaned. Custodial staff will then provide enhanced cleaning. If a confirmed case of COVID-19 results, then the AHS Zone Medical Officer will provide instructions for further cleaning and disinfecting.

§  Parents/caregivers will be notified and advised to pick up their child immediately, within one hour.

§  Parents/guardians must designate an emergency contact for student pick up if they are unable to pick up their child. All families must adhere to this.

§  All items the student touched/used that day will be cleaned and disinfected after the student has been picked up. Items that cannot be cleaned and disinfected (e.g. paper, books, cardboard puzzles) will be removed from the classroom and stored in a sealed container for a minimum of 10 days.

 

The curriculum letters are being finalized and I expect to be able to send them out to you tomorrow.  These letters will indicate the most important learning students will take up for the next few months. I am excited by the depth of time and commitment teachers are making in setting the stage for learning for our students.  We are investigating the learning through an inquiry lens which comes in the form of a provocation and a question students' will use to frame the learning. This is done to answer the question often asked by students; “why do I need to know this?" I am excited to see where the learning goes for our students these first few months.

 

I will also have some “Meet the Teacher" information emailed out tomorrow to the community.  Thursday is a Friday schedule for the students and we will have our “Meet the Teacher" afternoon / evening.  Parents will be able to schedule a phone call with their homeroom teacher.  We will be scheduling calls and the purpose of the calls will be to once again welcome and do a quick check-in to see how the start of the year is going. We will also use that as an opportunity to establish the communication lines between the home and the school. This opportunity is not an opportunity to discuss assessment or how your child is doing academically as teachers are just getting to know your child in that manner. Students that are on IPP's will have a longer call as teachers inquire and get parent voice as part of the IPP process and begin to write the first phase of IPP's for the year.

 

On Friday students were sent home demographic forms.  Please complete the forms and send them back as soon as you can as we are required to go through this process prior to the end of the year.  This is an opportunity to update any demographic information and help us ensure we have that correct in the system.

 

We have a new face in the front office as we welcome Ms. Veraga Gonzalez will be joining Ms. McLachlan in the front office to help support the Ian Bazalgette community. Just a reminder the office hours daily will be 7:45am – 3:45pm from Monday to Thursday for phone calls and 7:45 – 2:00pm on Fridays for phone calls.  Again a reminder we are asking parents that want to come in to please call ahead and book an appointment.

 

Also, a reminder that we will have Picture Day this coming Wednesday.  Our service providers have procedures and routines in place to support doing this in a safe manner.

 

Have a great Sunday out there to the Ian Bazalgette community.

 

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Dates

 

Thursday September 24th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

Thursday September 24th – Meet the Teacher

Friday September 25th – No school for students (Organizational Day Teachers)

Friday October 9th – No school for students (Professional Development Day)

Monday October 12th – Thanksgiving (No school)

Thursday October 29th – Early Dismissal (Friday Schedule)

Thursday October 29th – Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences

Friday October 30th - Parent / Teacher / Student Conferences (No school for students)

Wednesday November 11th – Remembrance Day (No School)

Friday November 20th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 4th – No School for students (Professional Development Day)

Friday December 18th – Last Day of classes prior to Winter Break

Monday January 4th – No School for students (Organizational Day)

Tuesday January 5th – First Day back for students​


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