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  • Registration

    Registration

    SCHOOL CLOSURE

    Our school is closing at the end of the 2020-21 school year and we will not be accepting registrations for the 2021-22 school year. Aleda Patterson School (K-3) and Alex Janvier School (4-9) are scheduled to open in the Westlawn community in September 2021. Learn more about the Westlawn Area School Project.

    NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can register for school online. Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school.

    CURRENT DIVISION STUDENTS PRE-ENROLMENT

    You will need to pre-enrol on SchoolZone to tell us the school you’d like your child to attend next year. Find important dates and deadlines and learn more about pre-enrolment, which opens between March and April each year.

    If you have questions about registering for school, contact the school office.

    We will contact you if we need clarification about any of the documents you submit.

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Welcome

    Welcome

    Thank you for visiting Glendale School's website.  We hope this gives you a glimpse as to how special our school is to our community.  We have a diverse group of students, staff as well as community partners assisting the learning of all students.

    Glendale School has been in operation for over 50 years. We are sad that this is our final year, we will be closing in June of 2021.

    At the same time, we are exicited about the new schools our students will be transitioning into for September of 2021. Students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 will be attending Aleda Patterson School, on the site where Afton School presently is. Students in Grade 4 to Grade 9 will be attending Alex Janvier School, on the site where Westlawn Junior High presently is.

     We are here to answer all questions you may have, so please feel free to contact the school if you need any information about our school. 

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    Glendale School, as an advocate of lifelong learning, supports students to be independent thinkers, leaders and responsible citizens in a positive, challenging and diverse learning environment.

    We believe this goal is realized by teaching excellence through development of individual expertise and team collaboration; successful learning where students are challenged to become engaged learners and leaders;  healthy and active living.

    We strive to create a positive learning environment where students, as responsible citizens, feel accepted and safe. We feel a strong sense of community is developed through school-wide events, classes working together and celebrating our diversity.

    We recognize that literacy and numeracy learning is essential for students to become life-long learners who ask questions, think critically and problem solve in our knowledge based society. Our staff is committed to fostering these basic principles in serving our students at Glendale.

    Student's Rights and Responsibilities

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Principal's Message

Working within the framework of our District's 4 Cornerstone Values (Accountability, Collaboration, Integrity and Equity), Glendale school works to serve students preparing them for a lifetime of learning.  We want all of our students to experience a life full of dignity and fulfillment.  In doing so, Glendale staff provide a schooling experience that honors the whole child.  Each child at Glendale receives exposure to academic, social and physical activities that promote a well-rounded schooling experience.

We are an A.P.P.L.E. and LEADER IN ME School. We receive community support from our Sunrise Rotarians, Big Brothers and Big Sisters and Kids on Track. Due to COVID-19 we were unable to continue our partnerships with the majority of our partners.

We believe in teacher learning that impacts student learning.  We are guided by 2 key questions:

  1. How might we ensure all teacher learning and action is directly related to student learning?
  2. How might we ensure teacher learning and action is directly related to improved ‘visible’ results for all students?

Our school’s Core Belief is:

As a school of opportunity, Glendale staff believes all students will be successful due to teamwork and a shared commitment to our school goals.

A School of Opportunity for Everyone:

For Students: We give them choice, voice and a caring environment to grow and develop.

For Teachers: We collectively contribute, show flexibility and grow by helping one another.

For Parents: We invite parents to share and ask questions in order to understand family circumstances.

We welcome the student, parental and community partnerships that make Glendale School such a special place for all of us.

Dr. Arief Ebrahim

Principal