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Welcome to St. Clement IB World School

Important Dates

 

February Newsletter

Ash Wednesday Celebration- March 1st in school gym at 1:30 pm

Teacher's Convention- March 2 and 3- No School

Next School Council Meeting- March 6 at 6:30 pm

Open House- March 8th at 6:30pm

Report Cards go Live- March 10

Student Led Conferences- March 15th

March 23rd- full day of school

March 24th- Early Dismissal

Spring break- March 25- April 2nd. School resumes April 3rd.

We are currently accepting kindergarten registrations for the 2017- 2018 school year. For students in grades 1-9, we will be accepting registrations for families with children currently attending St. Clement and residing outside of our catchment area, including those residing in the Father Michael Mireau catchment area.

Kindergarten registrations:

We are now accepting kindergarten registrations for the 2017- 2018 school year. Our kindergarten boundaries are for those students who live in the Ekota, Satoo, Menissa, and Knotwood areas. Students must be five years on or before March 1, 2018. The registration forms are at the office, so please come by to register. We will also have an Open House on March 8th.

Open House:

We will have a school wide, grades K-9, Open House on March 8th at 6:30pm. We welcome all new students in our area to attend.

 ∗Just a reminder, for those students in grade 1-9,  that we will be accepting registrations for families with children currently attending St. Clement and residing outside of our catchment area, including those residing in the Father Michael Mireau catchment area

 

Administrators’ Message

It is a privilege and honor to be part of such a wonderful, faith-filled community. Our staff is deeply committed to their students and believes in the provision of quality learning experiences. Thank you for welcoming me so warmly into the school community.

We extend a warm welcome to our new families attending St. Clement  and trust that your school days will be filled with exciting moments, wonderful learning experiences and new friendships. We are excited about the wonderful promises and potential that this year holds as students become engaged in their learning and strive to develop their God given gifts, while fully embracing their faith. The successes experienced in the past will provide a great foundation for the future – we will continue to celebrate our catholicity, achieve high levels of student learning, and promote community.

It takes an entire community to raise a child; we value your input and welcome your involvement in the months to come. Thank you for entrusting your child/children into our care as we provide them with the best opportunities for learning- we are the “light of Christ” for one another.

May God’s blessings be upon you as we begin our 2016-17 school year.

 

Mrs. Flynn                              Ms. Grossman                      Mrs. Guenther

Principal                                Assistant principal           Assistant Principal

 

 

If you are new to Canada, please contact One World, One Center to begin the registration process for our school.

If your child has allergies and requires medical administration, please have the following forms filled out.

Medical Alert

Medical Administration Form

St. Clement Logo St. Clement School is a fully accredited International Baccalaureate World School, serving students in Kindergarten through grade 9 in the Knottwood, Summerside and Ellerslie Crossing communities, bound by 91st Street and 66th Street from 23rd Avenue south to the city limits. Yellow school bussing is available within our boundary areas. Bus service provided by Edmonton Transit from the Lakewood and Town Center terminals make the school very accessible. We are proud to be the south side location for the Primary and Middle Years International Baccalaureate (IB) programs. The IB programs are internationally recognized for their academic rigor and emphasis on helping students to become active learners, well-rounded individuals and engaged world citizens. We promote a strong sense of family through barbecues, dances and carnivals. We are committed to community and service through social justice activities and supporting local charities such as the Sign of Hope Campaign, Canadian Cancer Society and the Edmonton Christmas Bureau. We instill a strong sense of spirituality through our religious celebrations, regular prayer, relationships, service and partnership with our local St. Theresa's Parish.

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