King George's School Motto is:
"With these hands, with this heart, with this mind, I can do anything."
Enjoy the learning moments!
Pictures are worth a thousand words and will be used as much as possible to share information and communicate the highlights of the month. Students have been asked to be journalists and will share with you a glimpse of their learning on a monthly basis through pictures and words.
“Look at the ladybugs!” – Stephanie - Kindergarten
Volunteer Thank you 2015-2016! - LINK TO OUR VIDEO
2014-2015 COLLABORATION WITH A SCHOOL IN SAINT-VIT, FRANCE
This new partnership with the school École Jouffroy-D'Abbans in Saint-Vit, France is creating exciting projects. Check out the Christmas Market that students at King George have created based on their Christmas Market in Besançon, France. PDF file + Funds raised during this special event were donated to the CBC Calgary Suncor Energy Food Bank Donation. Thank you letter
Yearbook 2014-2015 - Natural Connections to Empower Learning
THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS 2012-2013!
A creative gift from us to all of you...
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To our parent volunteers 2011-2012, who have invested time, energy and creativity in our school. A little gift to you from us.
The Gift of Love – ENJOY!
King George School on Global News
Watch the movie: "Les recoins mystérieux de l'école King George"
Unique Songs to Celebrate our Centennial
In collaboration with Matt Masters, our Artist in Residence, students have created unique bilingual songs telling the stories of our past.
- The Tree's Story Lyrics & MP3
- King George V Lyrics & MP3
- Cowboy Dog Lyrics & MP3
- Sandstone Block Lyrics & MP3
- David Peyto Lyrics & MP3
- Start a Stampede Lyrics & MP3
Thank you to the Alberta Foundation for the Arts for their support with this project.
Centennial Celebration Open House - 100 Years of Learning ...read more
A Century of Sustainable Living Under the Prairie Sky
A Visual Arts Heritage Project that focuses on developing environmental stewarship and heritage awareness | read more.
Thank you to EducationMatters for supporting this learning initiative