The last day of school for our students is Thursday, July 27th. On that day we have our Elementary Awards & Talent Show in the PAC at 10:45 a.m. Free Hot Dog lunch from Parent Council, and a farewell celebration for Mrs. Fritz at 1:00 p.m. Please join us!
Once again we are offering parents the opportunity to order school supplies via School Start: Back to School With School Start. Orders placed online in June are automatically entered for a chance to win $1000.00 cash prize from School Start. Check out our School Supply lists under our Parents tab!
Thank you to all who helped fund raise, made a monetary donation, or purchased those yummy chocolate covered almonds toward the purchase and installation of our new W.S. sign! Whether you travel North or South on Hwy 770 on the East side of our school you will see the events that are highlighted at our… Read more »
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Jr.Sr. Exam Schedule June 2019
Our Elementary will enjoy a Bike Rodeo on Thursday, May 9th. Thanks to our School Resource Officer, RCMP Constable Young for organizing this much anticipated event. Please have your bike and a helmet at school on Thursday!
Grades 6 – 12 had the opportunity to view-and touch- examples of healthy and diseased lungs (organs donated by a pig) on April 26th as Warburg School hosted the Breathe Smart presentation from the Alberta Lung Association. The Lung Association had initially contacted our school to schedule a presentation of a different kind: a presentation… Read more »
In the month of May schools through out Alberta will participate in Hats on for Mental Health. This campaign helps to raise awareness for the importance of good mental health. Below are some resources available to parents and youth; canwetalk.ca Kids help phone: 1-800-668-6868 or text 686868 Mental Health Helpline: 1-877-303-2642 Addictions Helpline: 1-866-332-2322 Alberta… Read more »
Mr. Skinner lead our school wide Student Vote on April 15th. 1,229 schools had reported their election results, representing all 87 electoral divisions in the province. In total, 165,527 ballots were cast by student participants. In the Student Vote results, the UCP won a majority government with 49 seats. The NDP forms the official opposition… Read more »