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ALERT: Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning.

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  • Eastglen - Week At A Glance - March 30, 2020


    As you know, the government announced some new changes to mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 Virus.

    To that end, we have adjusted the times the school will be open to students to reduce the number of students at the school at any one time. Please see the new, updated Week At A Glance that lists the student access schedule.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

    Thanks! ~Mr. Fox

    Eastglen - Week At A Glance - March 30, 2020

  • Supports for our Students


    As we go into Spring Break, we want to remind everyone that your mental health and wellness are of utmost importance.  These are challenging and stressful times and we want to make sure that you know that there are many supports available to you and your families--you are not alone!

    Our fantastic All In For Youth team is here to connect with you--please reach out if you need assistance.

    Lexi Marshall: alexandra.marshall@partner.epsb.ca
    Ivana Hrushowy: ivana.hrushowy@partner.epsb.ca
    Mohammad Al?a?m: mohammad.alam@partner.epsb.ca
    Yuuki Ito: yuuki.ito@partner.epsb.ca
    Danielle Newman: danielle.newman@partner.epsb.ca

    You can call 211 to be connected to social, health, and government services.
    The CMHA 24 hour Distress Line is available 7 days a week : 780-482-4357 (HELP)
    If you or someone you love is in immediate danger, call 911.

    Take care! ~Mr. Fox  

  • A Video from the Administration!


    Happy Spring Break everyone. Please find the link to a special message to all studetns and families. Here is the video.

    Take care everyone! ~Mr. Fox

  • March 30th (Week 1 Online): What it Will Look Like

    As high schools, we met this week and planned out what learning will look like after spring break. In all of our high schools, we will be starting the process of transitioning to online learning. And that will look different from tradition classroom learning. To support this transition, we will be starting SLOWLY, making sure all students and staff are connected. 

    So, Week 1 of Online Learning will look like this:

    -Monday, March 30th: only block 1 teachers will be working with block 1 classes
    -Tuesday, March 31st: only block 2 teachers will be working with block 2 classes
    -Wednesday, April 1st: only block 3 teachers will be working with block 3 classes
    -Thursday, April 2nd: only block 4 teachers will beg working with block 4 classes
    -Friday, April 3rd: catch up day, assignments may be do.

    Once we have ensured that we are all set up in Week 1, a greater focus on curricula will occur in the following weeks. Take care everyone!  ~Mr. Fox


  • Preparing for March 30th - Online Instruction


    As we are preparing for beginning online instruction on Monday, March 30th, my staff have begun the process of reaching out to students. Staff are asked to make a personal connection with their students, check in with them, and to also determine what technology supports they may need to be engaged in the online work.

    At any time, we may learn new information from Alberta Education that may shift our plans. However, if/until that happens, we will put in place our plan for engaging students in online instruction. Our processes are in alignment with what all of the high schools in Edmonton Public Schools are planning on doing - so that we can ensure all students have an equitable access to the new alternative way of learning. 

    Teachers will continue to be making contact with students, whether it is by the end of the day, or sometime during the week of March 30th. 

    We look forward to continuing our journey together. Thanks! ~Mr. Fox

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