Semester 2 Begins

Semester 2 Begins on February 4th, or as soon as the weather permits.  Report Cards will be sent home on the first day we have students this week.

 

Valentine's Day Candy Grams

Student Representative Council will be selling Valentine's Day Candy grams leading up to Valentine's Day for $4.00. Please watch for their signs in the hallways.

Grad Class 2019 Box Social

Tickets are $15/person and tables will seat between 4-6 people.  Tickets will be on sale in the common area from Feb 11-19th, with Box Social being held on February 20th during lunch.

If anyone would like to bring desserts to be auctions off during our live auction it would be greatly appreciated.  They can be dropped off between   8-12 p.m. on the 20th.

If you have any questions about the Box Social or the dessert auction please contact Miss. Stewart or Mrs. Kristjanson.

 

Grads of 2019 Meeting Dates

Student Meeting dates:

Feb  4th: Gown Fitting & Box Social set-up

Feb 19th: Voting & picture sign up

March 1st: Grad photos

March 19th: Grad retakes

 

PLRS offering Science 30

Over the last few weeks a number of students have asked about registering for Science 30
in Semester 2. While it is always possible to take Science 30 through individual study
within our Learning Commons we would also be willing to offer Science 30 as a more
traditional, teacher lead course. This course would be offered Day 1 and Day 2 in Block 5
(2:03 - 3:18) during the second semester.


Science 30 is a diploma course with a Provincial Exam.  Students who successfully
complete this course can generate credits towards; High School Diploma, Rutherford
Scholarship, and some university or college applications for admission.  We recommend
any student interested in taking Science 30 to talk with Mrs. Galloway, our Academic and
Career Counselor, to ensure that Science 30 can be used towards the post-secondary
programs they are interested in applying for.


Students interested in taking Science 30 need to have successfully completed one of;
Science 20, Biology 20, Chemistry 20, or Physics 20.  Credit for Science 30 can be earned
even is students have completed other 30-level sciences. Students interested in registering
for a teacher directed Science 30, offered from February 2019 - June 2019 need to complete
the form below and return it to the office no later than Thursday January 24th.

Please pick form up at the office!

Indigenous Meetings

Upcoming Indigenous Meetings @ 5 pm.  Meeting at Pigeon Lake is on February 20 in room 1.

These gatherings are an opportunity to further discuss ideas presented at previous Indigenous Parent Gatherings and develop strategies to move forward.

Wake-a-thon

Pigeon Lake will be holding a Wake-a-Thon on March 8, from 3:30 pm until March 9, 8:00 am. All proceeds raised will be going to to the local SPCA. 

School Reach

Do you like trivia?

Come join the school reach team on Wednesday's at lunch in room 18.  Open to all grades

School Council February 25

According to Alberta Education, school councils are collective associations of parents, teachers, principals, staff, students and community representatives who seek to work together to promote the well-being and effectiveness of the entire school community and thereby to enhance student learning. A school council is a means to facilitate cooperation among all the participants in the local school.

If you have any question or any suggestions for our upcoming School Council Meetings please email Mrs. Melissa Humby, Principal.

Meeting Dates:  We will hold a minimum of five meetings per year. All meetings will be held in the PLRS library at 6:00 pm. We will try to meet on the last Monday of every other month!

School Council meeting dates for the 2018 -2019 school year:

Pink Shirt Day is on February 27th

Wear pink for pink shirt day!

Bullying is a major problem in our schools, workplaces, homes, and online. Over the month of February, and throughout the year, Pink Shirt Day aims to raise awareness of these issues, as well as raise funds to support programs that foster children’s healthy self-esteem. 

Explore Dual Credit Opportunities for High School Students

Come explore dual credit opportunities. Information is available at the office.

School Registration

New students can register for the 2018/2019 year by filling out the following form

Registration Form

School Calendar

See the new 2018-19 school calendar here

Importance of Attendance

At Pigeon Lake Regional School we believe that attendance matters.  Please help us help your child be successful by ensuring they attend school regularly. Please see the attached brochure on attendance. 

Attendance Brochure

Pigeon Lake Outreach

Pigeon Lake Outreach School is a learning center that provides off campus programming for students looking for a flexible schedule, student desiring to get back to school or looking to take on a few courses.

Pigeon Lake Outreach operates every second day at the Ma-Me-O Beach location. Students are welcome to attend on any days it is open.  Students are able to take courses at both Outreach and Pigeon Lake Regional School.  There may be some timetable conflicts but possible.

Changes to Outreach for 2018-2019, in with the new out with the old include: Newly painted floors, comfy and more relaxed seating.  New tables and chairs, breakfast snacks and other snacks throughout the day will be provided.  Appliances being added include: Toaster, water cooler, fridge and coffee maker.  We will also be providing better instructional resources. We will have a English and Social specialist teacher during semester 1 and a Math and Science specialist in Semester 2.  Once a month an administrator will be within the building, Family school Liaison and Indigenous Teacher with be putting on presentations and providing supports to students.   If you are interested in Outreach please contact 780 586 3823.

Bullying Reporting Link

Report a Bullying Incident or Threat to School Safety

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