Student Illness- If a student has COVID-19 symptoms
The following document published by the Alberta government may be helpful for families to identify procedures to follow in the event of student illness.
Outdoor Grounding Exercise
Grounding Exercises- A helpful video from our FSLC, Karen Manzer. Check it out!
As parents, students, and families adjust to new conditions and learning environments because of COVID-19, we want everyone to stay well physically, emotionally, and intellectually.
Our professionals have curated resources to help families: tools to help structure your days at home, fun activities to do online, ideas for staying physically active, positive mental health strategies and hotline phone numbers, emergency & financial support contacts, and supports for First Nations, Metis, and Inuit families.
Explore Resources for Parents During COVID-19 School Closure and share it with your family and neighbours. We're all in this together. And LRSD is here for you.
Student Assessment and Reporting
Report cards are one of several ways of communicating student progress. Three written report cards will be sent home with students throughout the school year:
- Friday, November 27th
- Friday, March 26th
- Friday, June 25th
Scheduled Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences
These scheduled interview times represent formal opportunities for conversations regarding student progress, however, parents are strongly encouraged to make contact with their child's teacher at any time throughout the school year.
- Intake Interviews are scheduled to allow early, meaningful conversations to take place between students, parents and classroom teachers
- Thursday, October 22nd - 4:30 - 7:30
- Friday, October 23rd - 8:30 - 12:30 (No school for students)
- Parent/Teacher/Student Three-Way Conferences are scheduled following the first report card:
- Wednesday, December 3rd - 4:30-7:30
- Thursday, December 4th - 4:30-7:30
- Student-led Celebration of Learning Evening is scheduled following the second report card:
- Wednesday, March 31st - 4:30-7:30
Assessment is based on the Alberta Education Program of Studies Curriculum, and can be composed of tests, quizzes, projects, checklists, rubrics, journal entries, teacher anecdotal comments and student portfolios.
Fire and Lockdown Drills
Fire drills are held for the safety and well-being of both staff and students. These drills are held throughout the year; students are aware of the dates and times of the first three drills, any remaining drills are unnannounced. Upon the fire alarm sounding, under the direction of a school staff member, students make there way to the nearest exit and gather in a pre-determined area. If a secondary gathering site is required, students will be directed to a pre-determined location.
Lockdown drills are held throughout the year; students, staff and parents are aware of the times and dates of the first three drills, any remaining drills are unannounced. External or internal threats may require the school to perform lockdown procedures. Staff explain and practice lockdown procedures with students throughout the school year.
Learn at Home Resources
The following resources may assist learning at home:
Mathletics- students have individual usernames and passwords
Google Classroom- check with your child's teacher