Proud to be part of Elk Island Public Schools

F.R. Haythorne Junior High

  • 300 Colwill Boulevard
  • Sherwood Park, AB T8A 5R7
  • Phone: 780-467-3800
  • Fax: 780-467-4041

Boundary Exemption Request Process

Boundary Exemption Request Process for 2015-2016

Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) reminds families that the boundary exemption request process will take place February 17 to March 13, 2015 for students who want to attend a non-designated school in the 2015-2016 school year. During this time, interested families must fill out and submit the Boundary Exemption Request Form to the requested school.

As of the March 13 deadline, if the boundary exemption request demand at a school does not exceed the number of spaces available in a grade/program, all families who submitted a boundary exemption request form prior to the deadline shall be registered at their requested school. If the demand exceeds the number of available spaces in a grade/program, the school shall participate in a random selection procedure. This procedure provides an equal chance of registration to all students in EIPS.

EIPS encourages families to register their children at their designated school as all schools in the division offer quality educational programming. However, we recognize there are situations where families would like to register their children at a non-designated school. More information about the 2015-2016 boundary exemption request process, key dates, and frequently asked questions are available on the division website at www.eips.ca/boundary-exemptions.

Boundary Exemption Request Form

Connect To Respect

Connect to Respect
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) would like to thank all of our parents, students, and families for the role you play in ensuring our schools are safe and respectful working and learning environments. EIPS is proud to have a policy in place, Board Policy 19, Respectful Working and Learning Environments, that prohibits harassment and discrimination of any kind in our division. We all play a part in creating a safe, caring, and violence-free environment that fosters and maintains respectful and responsible behaviours.

One such example of this work in action is the recent Pink Shirt Day that takes place February 25. We know a number of our schools were involved in Pink Shirt Day activities, and we thank you for being involved and taking a stand against bullying.  

If you would like more information about the policies in place within EIPS, please review Policy 19, Respectful Working and Learning Environments on our division website at http://www.eips.ca/policies/535.

Get Cybersafe!

An informative website for families.  

Get Cybersafe

Leadership Award

We are now accepting applications for the Bruce Beliveau Leadership Award.  

In recognition of the influence and critical importance of leadership to our working and learning environments and the impact that leaders have on student academic experiences, the Bruce Beliveau Leadership Award has been established to honour the career and leadership of Bruce Beliveau, superintendent of EIPS from 2010 – 2014, by recognizing outstanding leaders or leadership teams for their awareness of and attention to issues and concerns that impact the quality of EIPS working and learning environments.

Any staff member, student or parent may nominate an eligible EIPS employee or team for this award. Each nomination must be supported by two additional staff members. Nominations will be accepted through March 1st.    

Nomination Form

EIPS 2015-2016 Division Calendar

The Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) Board of Trustees has approved the division calendar for the 2015-2016 school year.

F.R. Haythorne Musical Theatre Production 2015

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F.R. Haythorne is proud to present one of the most famous children’s books written in English, Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865).  From book to Disney’s film magic to life on stage, this musical Alice in Wonderland Jr.  is dream filled with nonsensical verse and fantastic characters and is sure to please audiences of all ages. Memorable songs include, “ I’m Late!,” “The Unbirthday Song,” and “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.”

This energetic performance will feature approximately 80 students from grade 8 -9. There are two evening performances: Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11 at 7:30 pm. @ Festival Place. 

General Seating. Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased at Festival Place Box Office.

The show is approximately 70 minutes in length.

Don’t miss out on this one time opportunity!

Parent Portal

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Parents have 24/7 access to their child's current grades, attendance, and other related school information.  Check out "Powerschool Parent Portal" contained within the Parent Info tab.  Stay informed!  Check out the portal!  If parents have forgotten their user name and/or password, please contact our school office and we will gladly assist you. 

Parent Portal

February Library News

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Check out what's new in our library this month!

Library Newsletter February 2015

Hearts 4 the Homeless

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FR Haythorne students are collecting items for Hearts 4 the Homeless, which is an organization that builds and supplies backpacks with basic necessities (and a book) for homeless men, women, and youth of YEG.

Would you like to contribute to this great cause? Click on the link below to see what items we are collecting.

Hearts 4 the Homeless Information Poster

Think that poverty is not an issue in our area? Click here to read some startling facts about poverty in Edmonton.

http://www.edmonton.ca/attractions_events/documents/PDF/EdmontonPovertyFactSheet.pdf

Grade 9 Immunizations

Information regarding the immunizations that our Grade 9 students will be receiving this school year.

Are you following us?

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Did you know that you can now follow us on twitter? Click on the link to see what's happening at Haythorne!

https://twitter.com/FRHaythorne

Hawk's Nest Cafeteria

Emergency Preparedness Information

One of the division standards under the Hour Zero program is for schools to communicate information about emergency preparedness.

http://www.eips.ca/emergency-preparedness

Parking around FR Haythorne

Due to the nature of Colwill Blvd being a 1-lane road, please refer to the map from Strathcona County for dropping off & picking up students attending FR Haythorne.  Thank you for your diligence in keeping our community safe.  The County has posted LARGE temporary blue signs to assist drivers in where to safely park.

From Strathcona County Family Community Services

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Monthly News

Please check this webpage to view our Monthly News!

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Powerschool Parent Portal

Follow this link to access the Powerschool Parent Portal.

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Division Bus Status

Well rounded.  Well grounded.  Well respected.  Committed to learning.