Your opinion on various scenarios for the future of our four high schools in Edmonton and St. Albert is very important. Conseil scolaire is hosting four information and consultation sessions based on a study conducted on our secondary schools. Four different sessions will be held either on November 4th at Ecole Joseph-Moreau, on November 5th at Ecole Alexandre-Taché, on November 9 at Ecole Maurice-Lavallée and on November 10 at Ecole Gabrielle-Roy. All sessions will begin at 6:30 pm. Your opinion matters to us, so please make sure to attend one of these sessions.
Fully funded by the Alberta Government, our schools offer academic programs from kindergarten to grade 12 in accordance with the curriculum set out by Alberta Education and offer many advantages, to list only a few:
• Free bus transportation within the designated zone
• Full-time kindergarten program
• On-site preschool
• Daycare/after-school care in various schools
French first language education is intended for children who are eligible under section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Studies and experience have shown that francophone schooling is the most effective way for a francophone child living in a minority setting to become highly proficient in French AND in English.
To find out whether francophone schooling is for you, please contact a school principal or the school board office.