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Volunteer Letter for Police and Vulnerable Sector Check

Click on School Forms located beneath Quick Links on the right side of the page
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Bus Late LIne

If your child's bus is late before or after school please call the Bus Late Line at 403.250.0016.
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Returning to Westbrook Form

Please complete form and return to the school with your child

Annual Return to Westbrook 2017-18 Form.pdf — PDF document, 147 kB (151106 bytes)

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Returning to Westbrook - Pre-registration Confirmation

We are in the process of looking at enrolment projections, class configurations and staffing needs. In order to plan appropriately for the 2016-2017 school year, it is important to know the students who are returning and those who will be moving to a different school. Please complete the form that can be found under parents and return to the school with your child.
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Welcome Back 2016 - 2017

Welcome Back Sept 2016.pdf — PDF document, 318 kB (326432 bytes)

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A Midsummer's Dream

 

 

Westbrook School

K to 8 staff and students with the support of Quest theatre have been working on their interpretation of

 

Shakespeare’s

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

 

Please join us This Friday

 

Gym Doors Will Open For Seating @ 11:50 And Our Performance Will Begin At 12:10 Sharp

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Christmas Play: Dreaming of a White Christmas

Snow White 2017.pdf — PDF document, 132 kB (135628 bytes)

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Christmas Play: Dreaming of a White Christmas

Please join us to celebrate this joyful Christmas season by attending our Christmas Play and Concert, involving all students K-8, on Thursday, December 21, 2017 @ 1:30 &/or 7:00

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Student Code of Conduct

Public education is a shared responsibility. With students, families, employees and our communities, we are working together every day to build positive learning environments for student success.

Fostering Safe, Caring and Respectful Learning Environments

The safety, well-being and acceptance of all students is paramount at Rocky View Schools. In all our interactions, we work to ensure students have the understanding, skills and opportunities to contribute to welcoming, caring, and respectful, learning environments that respect diversity and nurture a sense of belonging and positive sense of self. To ensure that each and every student, including those with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions, has the educational opportunities and supports needed to be successful in school, our Board endorses two administrative procedures that affirms the rights of each student – we invite you to become familiar with them:

AP 350 - Student Code of Conduct

AP 207 - Learning Environments that Respect Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Gender Expressions.

Public education is a shared responsibility. With students, families, employees and our communities, we are working together every day to build positive learning environments for student success.

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