Back to School in 2015 - 2016
The first day of school in the fall is Tuesday, September 8, 2015. As in previous years, our Grade 1 – 6 students are organized into mixed groups for the first day of school. Students are involved in a variety of activities to learn about the school and to meet other students and the staff. Students will find out their homeroom classes on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. It is a good idea for students to wait until Wednesday, September 9 to bring their school supplies. School supplies ordered through the school will be distributed on Wednesday, September 9.
Open House for Kindergarten and Gr 1 - 6 is Tuesday, March 10th 2:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Families interested in learning about Baturyn School are welcome to visit the school anytime between 2:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday march 10, 2015
Kindergarten Registration for 2015-2016
Beginning February 3rd, we are accepting registrations for the upcoming school year. Children who reach the age of four years, six months by September 1, 2015 will be eligible to start Kindergarten in September 2015. (Children must be five years of age before March 1, 2016). Edmonton Public Schools require that all birth dates and legal names be verified by birth certificates or other legal documentation. For a registration form please contact the school office or go online to www.epsb.ca and click on Register for School.
Skiing and Snowboarding Opportunity for Gr 4 – 6 Students
On Friday February 20th Gr 4 – 6 students have the opportunity to participate in an optional fieldtrip to Snow Valley Ski Hill in Edmonton. Students will travel to the ski hill during school hours for a skiing or snowboarding lesson and then have time to practice their skills on the hill. The Baturyn Parent Association is supporting this activity by paying for the busses.
Professional Development Day - No School on Monday, February 2, 2015
In-Line Skating for all Gr 1 -6 Students in January
In January we will have in-line skating workshops for our Grade 1 to 6 students. Alien In-Line will be at our school Jan. 12 – 16, Jan. 19 and 23. The Baturyn Parent Association is sponsoring this activity.
Ms. Robinson has been working with all of the students to prepare them for the annual Christmas Concert. The concert will be held on Wednesday, December 17 with two shows. The first will be at 5:45pm and the second will be at 7:15pm. All students, Grade 1-6, will perform in both shows and parents will receive tickets for one of the shows. The morning Kindergarten students will perform in the first show and the afternoon Kindergarten students will perform in the second show. Seating capacity is limited so you will need tickets at the doors; a red letter was sent home with students for acquiring free tickets. If you need more information about tickets please contact the main office.
Turkey Drive for the Edmonton Food Bank
The Citizenship Leaders in Room 3 & 13 are organizing a food drive and donation collection to help provide food for the hungry in Edmonton. Our school goal is to raise $250 in order to buy 10 turkeys for families in need during the holiday season. Our other goal is to fill two boxes with non-perishable food donations. If you would like to support this community project please send donations of food or money during the week of December 8-12. Thank you for helping us help others.
Greeting Card Delivery
Each December, Baturyn School undertakes a school-wide service project where our students show leadership in the community be creating and distributing seasonal greeting cards to homes in the neighborhood. Students make cards in their art classes, and each class goes on a walking field trip to distribute the hand-made cards. Look in your mailbox for a special card to spread joy during the holiday season.
Our Baturyn student Citizenship Leaders ran a campaign during the last week of October called Socktober. The purpose of this campaign was to synergize as a school community and collect new and gently used socks to donate to Edmontonians in need. The goal of collecting 500 pairs of socks was successfully met during the week. Because of this effort many homeless people in Edmonton will have warm feet this winter.
Progress Reports - November 28, 2014
First term progress reports will be posted on SchoolZone at 3:30pm. If you need assistance with your SchoolZone information please contact the main office.
Professional Development Day - No School on Monday, November 24, 2014
Fall Break - No School from Friday, November 7 to Tuesday, November 11.
Students will return to class on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.
Remembrance Day Assembly - November 6, 2014 at 10:30am
Goal Sharing Conferences - October 20 - 24, 2014
Parents/guardians are invited to attend Goal Sharing conferences with their child and the teacher. Please see information set home by the teacher.
Book Fair - October 21- 24, 2014
In conjunction with our Goal Sharing Conferences, we are holding a Scholastic Book Fair Tuesday to Thursday.
Read In Week - October 6 - 10, 2014
Professional Development Day – October 3, 2014
There is no school for students on this day.
Terry Fox Run and Hot Dog Lunch - Friday, September 26, 2014
Picture Day - Monday September 15, 2014
Meet the Staff and Welcome Back Carnival - September 11, 2014
Parents and guardians are invited to attend the Meet the Staff event and Welcome Back Carnival with their children on Thursday, September 11 at 6:00 pm. We will start in the gym with staff introductions and then proceed to the classrooms. Teachers will be giving the carnival tickets to the students when they visit the classrooms. The carnival runs 6:30pm to 8:00 pm. Thank you School Council for organizing the carnival.
Back to School in 2014-2015
The first day of school in the fall is Tuesday, September 2, 2014. As in previous years, our Grade 1 – 6 students are organized into mixed groups for the first day of school. Students are involved in a variety of activities to learn about the school and to meet other students and the staff. Students will find out their homeroom classes on Wednesday, September 3, 2014. It is a good idea for students to wait until Wednesday, September 3 to bring their school supplies. School supplies ordered through the school will be distributed on Wednesday, September 3.
On behalf of the staff at Baturyn School, it is my pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all students and their families.
Baturyn School is a positive, nurturing learning community focused on the success of all students. Our staff is committed to providing rich learning experiences and the best possible programming to enable all students to learn, lead, grow and achieve. High standards for academic success and positive student behavior are emphasized at Baturyn.
The education of our children is a partnership between home, school and the child. For students to be successful in their learning, all members of the partnership must work together. Parents are an integral part of the learning team and a key element in the success of children in school. We welcome parent involvement. With parental participation and support, the very best learning experiences are created for children.
Schools, like homes, rely on communication to establish and maintain relationships. Our school handbook provides information about our school programs, activities, policies, and procedures. A school newsletter is available the last Friday of each month. We also encourage families to utilize Schoolzone, a secure on-line tool desined to provide Baturyn parents and students with information about school events, activities and much more.
We look forward to working with you to provide the very best learning experiences for all our students.
Karen Brown M.Ed