École Leduc Junior High School will be hosting fYrefly in Schools on the evening of April 1st from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. We invite all of our parents to attend this parent only event. No RSVP necessary. Please see the poster attached for more information.
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We welcome parents of our feeder school students as well as parents of prospective students for the 2019-2020 school year. Please see the poster below for more details.
ELJHS students enjoyed an engaging performance by Jakob Moon, a talented Canadian song write and musician. Jakob covered popular songs, but also some of his own work encouraging all to follow their dreams and overcoming obstacles. He even got stud nets up and dancing and Mr. Welz beat-boxing!
ELJHS students enjoyed a great performance of Pier 21 – the story of Halifax’s Pier 21, the gateway to Canada for many immigrants during WWII.
Monday, February 4th, ÉLJHS staff and students were privileged to have Dr. Eva Olsson, Holocaust survivor, share her inspiring messages of overcoming hate with love and compassion. “Without compassion, we have destruction. Without love, we have hate.” ~Dr. Eva Olsson
The City of Leduc loves hearing all the great ways our residents of all ages are unplugging from technology! We know it can be challenging to motivate yourself during our cold winter Alberta months and we want to continue to encourage Leduc residents to ‘unplug’ and reap the benefits of taking part in local activities… Read more »
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Stick to your sleeping schedule Sleep is important to your physical and mental health. Getting the right amount of sleep can help you cope with whatever the holidays may throw your way. Do something fun or relaxing In between holiday tasks, ensure you’re taking time to unwind with a preferred activity – like reading a… Read more »
École Leduc Jr high is hosting an online fundraiser with Indigo. We are raising funds to support our library to bring in more books in both English and especially in French, as our Immersion Program continues to grow year after year. This fundraiser is organized through Indigo. Anything you purchase, from books to household items… Read more »
Skating IS NOT permitted on storm water ponds because ponds have fluctuating water levels with potential depths that will not freeze solid. There have been incidences of children falling through the ice, even when ice measurements at the facility are at acceptable thicknesses. If Enforcement Services witnesses people on the storm water ponds, they will require… Read more »