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Important COVID-19 Information for ALL families - May 5
Please see attached letter for important information
All Students Move Online Starting Friday, May 7
May 4, 2021 the Government of Alberta announced that all students Kindergarten to Grade 12 will temporarily shift to at home learning as part of new COVID-19 restrictions. This means that all RVS schools will move to temporary at-home learning starting Friday, May 7, 2021, until Tuesday, May 25, 2021.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - GRADE 7 - 12 AS OF MAY 3, 2021
Please see the attached letter from RVS regarding grade 7-9 going ONLINE tomorrow May 4, 2021. (Kindergarten - grade 6 will continue in-person learning at school.) PLEASE WATCH FOR IMPORTANT EMAILS AND COMMUNICATIONS TONIGHT. If you have any questions or need clarification, please contact the school office at 403.285.2288
Important COVID-19 Information for ALL families - May 1
Please see attached letter for important information
Important COVID-19 Information for ALL families - Apr 30
Please see attached letter for important information
Important COVID-19 Information for ALL families - Apr 27
Please see attached letter for Important Covid Information
Important COVID-19 Information for ALL families - Apr 22
Please see attached letter for Important Covid Information
April 14 to 28, 2021 – Written Submissions to the Board of Trustees
This is your chance to provide written, emailed submissions to the Board of Trustees via the office of the Superintendent no later than April 28, 2021, at 5 p.m. Open this news item for details.
DON'T MISS IT - RVS PUBLIC CONSULTATION MEETING - APRIL 14, 2021
RVS Consultation/Closure Process Public Meeting via Zoom 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Notice of Public Consultation
The following letter was sent to all Prince of Peace families on Thursday, March 18th. It describes the first step in the process of moving from the school site and building - public consultation of closure/relocation. Click on the letter below to open a pdf version or to download.
Letter from RVS Feb 2021
The following letter was sent to all Prince of Peace families on Friday, February 12 informing us of the sale of the building by Sage Properties. Click on the letter below to open a pdf version or to download.
Kindergarten Eligibility Requirements Effective Fall 2020
Effective Fall 2020, students must turn five years old by Dec. 31 of the school year they wish to begin Kindergarten.
Registration Opening January 18/21
Registration for the 2021/2022 school year will open on Monday January 18/21. Applications are processed online and only open to residents of Rocky View County. Please contact the school office for further information 403.285.2288.
Did You Know?
Did you know that Prince of Peace is a public school? That the Alternative Program Fee is only $60 per year? The cost of busing is equivalent to other RVS schools? Click here to find more quick facts about Prince of Peace.
DAILY HEALTH CHECK & Should my child go to school today?
Posted Sept. 25: Parents, you MUST do a Daily Health Check with their children - every day. This is a positive habit to develop. Open this news item to see the Daily Health Checklist. Also, use the flowchart to determine what to do if your child has symptoms.
Sign up for the Monday Note
Posted Aug. 26: The Monday Note is our school's weekly online newsletter. It contains important information about school events, notices and highlights. Now, more than ever, it is an essential communication tool for parents and students. Open this news item for a link to our Monday Note and where to subscribe. Every family should be receiving this email weekly. If the email does not appear in your inbox, please check your "Junk" or "Other" folders.
Kids Help Phone Number
1-800-668-6868
PowerSchool Parent Portal
Links and directions for logging into the PowerSchool Parent Portal to access student information.
Payments with School Cash Online
School Cash Online is a safe and convenient way to make school payments. Register now! It takes less than 5 minutes to register. Click on the School Cash Online box to the right or open this News Item for a link to instructions.
Student Code of Conduct
Public education is a shared responsibility. With students, families, employees and our communities, we are working together every day to build positive learning environments for student success.
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