“Our kids are okay only if those of us holding them are okay.” Join Dr. Jody Carrington – speaker, author, game changer – as she delivers her powerful message through humour and realism, understanding the importance of attachment and connection during these challenging times. Watch the session This session will be recorded and made available online… Read more »
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May 3-9, 2021 is the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Mental Health Week – Check out the poster: CMHA-MHW2021-Posters-ENG-vFinal (1) This year’s theme is “Name it, don’t numb it: #GetReal about how you feel.” For more information, go to www.mentalhealthweek.ca It is suggested that mental health “prevention and promotion need to be the priority of Canada’s public health strategy if… Read more »
Alberta Health Services has updated and released a number of documents for caregivers to help support their children around a number of different topics. All of these documents can be found on our Supports and Resources for Students and Parents page. Caregiver Handout regarding COVID-19 – CYF Caregiver Education Caregiver Resource List – COVID 19 Version… Read more »
Due to a BGSD mandate, extra-curricular activities running from today through the weekend are cancelled because of the extreme weather conditions and cancellation of buses. Our apologies for the inconvenience, although student safety remains our main objective.
Green ribbons will also be available for purchase in the office for $1 each. All funds raised will go to the families of the Humboldt Broncos. #HumboldtStrong
Check out the schedule of how students and staff at ELJHS will celebrating the arts around the school April 9th through 13th!
The ELJHS Parent Council invites you to attend their next meeting. It’s being held at the school at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!
Thank you to all who participated and raised money for the ME to We Wake-a-thon. The event raised a total of $2894 which has brought our total amount in the last 2 years to $6298! That is well over our $5000 goal! The School in our adopted Village in Kenya will now be supplied with… Read more »
ELJHS Staff and students will be sporting crazy socks this Friday in support of Down Syndrome Awareness Day. Students can make socks at lunch today and tomorrow in the SWAT room (for $1) or wear their own on Friday. worlddownsyndromeday.org/canada