NEW TO OUR SCHOOL - Parent Account Tutorials
Parents - please make your accounts for Safe Arrival - letting us know when you child will be late, absent or leaving early. School Cash Online for school fees and optional LOTG (Lunch on the Go), Aggies Brew and other fundraising events. Power School - to view report cards and attendance. Tutorials below.
Parent Handbook 2020/2021
Please click on the link below to see see a document of community services created by our division Making Connections team.
Lethbridge Transit provides transportation by school bus. Students who attend our school but live outside the school boundary, qualify for bussing. Morning pick-up begins at approximately 8:00 a.m. Kindergarten students may ride the bus one way. However, parents must arrange noon hour transportation.
Please, click HERE for information on bus safety rules and regulations.
Volunteer Automobile Transportation
Any parent who transports students during a school trip are required to fill out a Volunteer Driver Form at the office prior to the trip (form found here). Parents are to ensure that students wear seat belts and that there are enough seat belts for the number of students they are driving.
Bicycles, skateboards and scooters are to be walked on school property and through the crosswalks. Skateboards and scooters may be kept inside the school where the students hang their coats. Bike racks are provided on the Southside of the school. Since the school cannot accept responsibility for students' bicycles, it is essential that students lock their bicycles securely to the bike rack at all times.
Parents who are visiting the school are welome to park on the 22nd Ave or 20th street being mindful of the bus drop off and pick up zones. Please remember that students should not be picked up or dropped off in the parking lot. Students may be dropped off on 22nd Avenue or on 20th Street. Parents may drop off students in the alleyway but are asked not to park their vehicles there. Signs have been posted but the city indicating that this is a no-parking zone and tickets may be issued.
General Guidelines for Administration of Medication
District staff may assist in the self-administration of medication by a student if so requested by the parent or guardian. In such situations, the principal shall ensure that;
1. Responsibility for the administration of prescribed medication rests with the parent or guardian. Upon written request by the parent or guardian, District staff shall assist by providing safe storage for prescribed medications. Parents and guardians should advise the school of all medications.
2. Staff are not authorized to give consent for medical treatment for a student,
3. Staff shall only directly administer medication to students in emergency situations (such as using an Epi-pen), or in situations in which the student is incapable of self-administration (such as when a student has a physical disability).
4. Staff will administer medication in accordance with written instructions from the parents or guardians;
a) Medications will be stored so as to prevent unauthorized access.
b) Procedures for dispensing of medication shall ensure each student receives the correct medication.
c) A record will be kept for each occasion on which medication is dispensed to a student.
d) In the case of regularly administered medication, written instructions shall be provided on an annual basis.
5. At times, it may be deemed necessary to identify students with medical conditions to others in the school in order to ensure the proper safety and supervision of the student; however, in such a situation, the school shall be as respectful as possible to the student's right to privacy.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the administration of medications while at school, please contact the office.