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On Orange Shirt Day, Friday, September 28th, our school commemorated residential schools and honoured Indigenous history and culture. It is this time of year in which children were taken from their homes to residential schools and is an opportunity to set the stage for anti-racism and anti-bullying for the coming school year. Jerry Saddleback Jr…. Read more »
Parenting Teens in the 21st Century: Respectful Limit Setting with Adolescents Focus is on parents/caregivers of teens grades 7-12 Wondering how you’ll survive the teen years? Parenting teens is harder than ever for most parents today. In this session, you will explore the challenges of being a teenager and parenting a teenager. You will learn… Read more »
Dear Parents and Students, We would like to welcome our Panther Family (Parents and Students) to our annual Meet The Teacher BBQ this Thursday, September 6, 2018, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Hotdogs and Juice provided. Sincerely, ELJHS
ELJHSPA September 2018 ÉCOLE LEDUC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION & COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Thursday, September 6th @ 6 pm We meet every six weeks, rather than monthly. Please join us in the staff room. We will determine the schedule for the year at the AGM to make it easier for scheduling…. Read more »
Final Exams As the end of the year draws near, please be advised of the following final exam schedule. The exam schedule follows the dates and times as stipulated by Alberta Education. ALL STUDENTS WRITE EXAMS FROM JUNE 22 – 27. JUNE 22 – ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS – Gr. 7-9 (Gr. 9’s PAT PART B)… Read more »
For information on selecting option courses for next years grade 8 & 9 students that currently attend ELJHS. Powerschool Instruction for Selecting Options
The ELJHS Parent Council is holding their next meeting on Tuesday, June 5th at 6:30pm. All are welcome to attend and get involved. Hope to see you there!
This Wednesday, students are encouraged to wear hats in support of Hats on for Mental Health. Check out www.canwetalk.ca for more details Mental Health in Canada.