Pages of the Agenda
students use a school agenda to keep organized and as a quick source of
useful information. Here are the information
pages of the agenda as a single PDF file for easy printing.
my child attend Glendale School?
Glendale School is open to all children who live in the Glendale/Glenmeadows
communities. For specific boundaries please consult the School
Profile at http://www.cbe.ab.ca/schools/view.asp?id=245
Students from many other communities also attend Glendale. Registrations
are accepted in January for the following September. The number
out-of- boundary registrations accepted is influenced by enrollment
/ class size. These are prioritized by date received. Interested
families are encouraged to attend a School Information session scheduled
January to June as posted on our calendar webpage.
visit the school office for further registration information.
do I register for kindergarten?
registration takes place in mid January; the specific date is advertised
in the newspaper. The legal guardian(s) need to complete the registration
form and leave photocopies of the child's birth certificate and Alberta
Health Care number.
are the unique features of Glendale School?
Glendale School is Calgary Board of Education's site for critical inquiry. Glendale
has enhanced professional development support available to all teachers,
staff and students. Our collective work aspires to provide robust images
of teaching and learning with digital technologies.
What's new about the new CBE elementary report card?
is inquiry based learning?
see What is Inquiry? http://www.galileo.org/inquiry-what.html by Dr. Sharon Friesen
can I find out more about the Alberta Curriculum and Program of Studies?
The Alberta Learning website at http://www.education.alberta.ca/parents.aspx.
How can I get a copy of the Alberta Parent Handbook?
This can be found at http://education.alberta.ca/parents/resources/handbook.aspx
Other important facts
in partnership with the Alberta
Initiative for School Improvement, Galileo Educational Network, Alberta
Foundation for the Arts, AxonLearn, AXIA NetMedia, which are committed to supporting and leading Information
and Communication Technology
(ICT) development in Alberta by promoting teaching, learning and
- has a
CBE operated Lunchroom Program.
- has a
very active volunteer program and School Council.
the fine arts by having a staff specialist in Music.
- has Master
of Teaching students working in our school.
from an Alberta Initiative for School Improvement.
diversity and is proud of the caring way students with special needs
are integrated into the regular program.
School utilizes a collaborative teaching approach.
special programs including: Swimming, In-line Skating, Ice Skating,
Attending Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra performances, Field Trips,
Dance, Peer Run Organized Play and Sports, and various Artists in Residency.
many special events: Family Muffin Mixer, Celebrations
of Learning, Grade 6 Farewell Celebration, Activity Day, Special Lunches, Volunteer Tea, Charity Support, visiting performers.
- is highly
committed to professional development, knowledge inspiration and inquiry
a daily classical listening program.
is a collection of high-quality resources for free! This includes Grolier
Online, eLibrary Plus Canada, Electric Library Canada Elementary, Bigchalk
Elementary, the Canadian Encyclopedia and more.
Conference Board of Canada - Employability Skills
Skills 2000+ are the critical skills you need in the workplace—whether
you are self-employed or working for others." The Conference Board of Canada
has links to brochures describing these skills at: http://www.conferenceboard.ca/education/learning-tools/employability-skills.htm