Panther Press Nov/Dec 2019 Panther Press created by ÉLJHS students.
Black Gold School Division-wide emergency alert test to take place November 18 Black Gold School Division will be testing its emergency alert notifications using our student information system contacts on Monday, November 18, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. The test is meant to help identify any gaps in the system and to bring awareness to our… Read more »
2019-2020 Condensed School Calendar
ÉCOLE LEDUC JR. HIGH SCHOOL IS EXCITED TO PRESENT THIS FREE OPPORTUNITY TO OUR PARENTS Parenting In A Digital World For Parents of School-Aged Children Date: September 19, 2019 Time: 7:00 pm Where: École Leduc Jr. High School RSVP: email@example.com to reserve your seat! With society heading in a direction of being constantly connected to… Read more »
Please make note of the following upcoming events; September 3 & 4 – Soccer Tryouts 3:00 – 5:00 pm September 4 & 5 – Senior Boys Volleyball Tryouts 3:00 – 4:30 pm September 4 & 5 – Senior Girls Volleyball Tryouts 4:30 – 6:00 pm September 5 – Meet the Teacher BBQ 5:00 – 7:00 pm (ALL… Read more »
Leduc is full of outstanding young people who show us – every day, in a variety of ways – what leadership looks like. Each year, Mayor Bob Young and other members of City Council recognize these deserving young residents (grades 9-12) through the #influencers program. Do you know a young leader who deserves recognition? Help us… Read more »
Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety: A Step by Step Approach – Focus is on parents and caregivers of kids and teens in grades K-12 Anxiety is one of the most common mental health complaints in children and teens today. This session will distinguish between normal anxiety and anxiety that is no longer helpful or productive…. Read more »
The Me to We Club at ELJHS is hosting its first ever County Fair! On Saturday May 11th from 11am -3pm come to the ELJHS field for a day of family fun activities, games, snacks, and the ELJHS Rock Band! There will also be a professional DJ! Entrance is $10 for a family of 4,… Read more »
Students of ELJHS participated in Student Vote on Monday and predicted a UCP Majority Win. Student Vote allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the voting process and how important it is to vote! http://studentvote.ca/results/ab2019
On May 8th, Leduc Community Drug Action Committee and the City of Leduc’s Think Bigger Than Pink initiative presenting a special Meet the Parents with the theme of Bullying, Cyberbullying and Harassment. A free meal is included. To pre-register: call FCSS at 780-980-7109 by May 3.