SWH Track and Field Day - May 17th

The Sherwood Heights track day will be held on Wednesday, May 17th.  A link to the permission form is below.  Please have your child bring the signed form back to the office.

Track Meet Permission Form

Students are being bused to Strathcona Athletic Park from Sherwood Heights and then back to SWH at the end of the Track Meet. Buses will be back to SWH by 3:00pm for any pickup or bus connections.

Grade 9 Farewell

The following is a timeline for the events planned. We are still looking for volunteers so please email rod.woitas@eips.ca if you are willing to help out.

Grade 9 Farewell will be on Thursday, May 25th

Ceremony-Sherwood Park Alliance Church (SPAC)   5 pm to 7 pm

Barbecue and Dance-Sherwood Heights Junior High School   7 pm to 10 pm

Cost will be $10 to cover DJ, Photobooth, hotdogs and snacks. Payment can be made on our Acorn Fee Management System or to Mrs. Noppers in our main office.

If you have any questions please contact Rod Woitas, Assistant Principal/Counselor

June Final Exam Schedule

June Final Exam Schedule

          All days have a regular school start time of 8:40am

          All exams start at 9:00am

Grade 7 and 8 - Please note that the dates for Social and Math are different than what was originally scheduled in the May newsletter.

Further communication will be sent later in May that will include information about review sessions and the daily bell schedule changes due to exams. The last day of school for students is Thursday, June 29th.

 

 

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2017-2018 Junior High Registration

Students have completed their online registration for next school year. Students took home a printout showing their selected courses. 

Questions regarding option courses and registration can be directed to rod.woitas@eips.ca or matt.shudra@eips.ca.

 

2017-2018 Boundary Exemption Process - NOW CLOSED

Students who want to register at a non-designated school for the 2017-2018 school year must fill out and submit a Boundary Exemption Request form to their desired school between February 1 and April 7, 2017. There is no secondary or late process. 

What is Your Designated School? 
You can determine your child's designated school using the powerful Versatrans e-Link® tool.

2017 -2018 High School Registration

Important information and dates for our grade 9 students.

By this point, all grade 9 students will have had a chance to complete their high school registration online or submitted their completed registration form to the office.

Should you have any questions regarding course choices or high school in general please contact the high school your child will be attending. 

Parent Council

All parents are invited to attend parent council meetings at Sherwood Heights. Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 30th at 7:00 pm in our school library. 

We do not have a fundraising society, as we focus on discussion topics and communication. Some examples of topics that can be discussed are:

  • Junior High Report Cards
  • Feedback on administrative procedures
  • Healthy Schools Initiative
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Math curriculum

We would like to build an active school council, that can support the school in our many initiatives and the school education plan. How do we want to build our school community, and create parent engagement? We are looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting.

Please make note of our Parent Council Meeting dates (all at 7:00 pm in the Sherwood Heights Library):

May 30

We look forward to seeing you there!

Acorn Fee Management System/School Fees

Elk Island Public Schools uses a fee management system allowing families to view and pay on-line their school fees. All families with students registered in Elk Island Public Schools, are able to login through the parent portal of PowerSchool to access their school and athletic fees.

If you have difficulty creating a new account, an instructional video is available on the parent portal login page at https://powerschool.eips.ca/public  or on the division website at http://eips.ca/powerschool.  If you have any difficulties after viewing the video, please call the school office for assistance. 780-467-5930

Power School Parent Portal

For parents new to our school, a letter outlining how to set up your Parent Portal Single Sign in can be requested from the office.  PowerSchool allows you access to academic and attendance information for all students in one family in junior high and high school. For more information click on the PowerSchool Parent Portal Information document.

To Log on to PowerSchool click on the following link POWERSCHOOL.  If you have forgotten your PowerSchool Login or Password, the link on the Portal now is available to have the information emailed to you. On the Portal, just click on "Having trouble signing in?"  To assist you in logging into the Parent Portal you may visit http://www.eips.ca/schools/powerschool for an instructional video. 

 
Once signed into the parent portal, everything you see in BLUE is a link to another page.  For example, if you see a dash beside a course name when you click on it, it will send you to another page with all the assignments and marks.

Project of the Heart

This is a district wide initiative to increase the awareness and understanding of how residential schools have impacted our Canadian culture.  All grade 7 students are taking part in this initiative.  For more information please see projectofheart.ca

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