I can hardly believe that it is June already! Time has certainly flown by and another school year is coming to an end. I know all of our students are looking forward to the summer break and taking time to relax, but don’t forget, school isn’t over yet! On different occasions, I have thanked our… Read more »
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We are excited to present the following activities during the Black Gold Celebration of the Arts Week. Students from grades kindergarten to six will participate in a variety of activities all week showcasing different arts programs offered at East Elementary. Please join us for any or all of the following activities. Monday – SWAT lead… Read more »
Welcome back everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful Spring Break! It seems like winter just won’t go away this year, so please ensure that you dress your child appropriately for the weather. I am looking forward to hearing the students’ stories from their Spring Break. I am betting it was definitely more exciting… Read more »
The City of Leduc, the Leduc Environmental Advisory Board (LEAB) and Communities in Bloom, are proud to present the 2018 Arbour Day tree planting event. We invite parents, students and teachers to attend the Arbour Day event and participate in planting trees with our community volunteers. Arbour Day is a wonderful way to enjoy Leduc’s green… Read more »
Black Gold Regional Division thanks the Kinsmen Club of Leduc for supplying “Child Safety Kits” to each grade one student in Leduc. These “Child ID Kits” contain the following parts: 1. A child ID portion to be filled out by the parent or guardian, in which a current photo of the child should be kept… Read more »
The Leduc Downtown Business Association is hosting the Main Street Curl 4 Canada Festival on 48A Avenue (the street adjacent the Leduc Coffee Shop and Habaneros) on Saturday March 31st, 2-6pm. The event is in tandem with the Curl 4 Canada tournaments going on at the LRC Mar 24th to Apr 1st, which features 4 national curling tournaments…. Read more »
Dear Parents/Guardians, Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day is drawing near. I hope you all have a wonderful February and a great Family Day. I know our staff and students are looking forward to spending some time with their families on the upcoming long weekends. I would like to give you an early… Read more »
The Alberta government has recently announced a plan to engage with Sixties Scoop survivors and their families to help us understand what a meaningful government apology should look like. We will be hosting engagement sessions in six locations across the province.