Calgary Board of Education Dr. J.K. Mulloy School
7440 - 10 Street N.W., Calgary AB T2K 1H6 | Grades K-4 TLC
t | 403-777-6640  e | drjkmulloy@cbe.ab.ca

 
 



Briar Hill Children's Program | Drop-in registratration form (pdf)

Welcome to Dr. J.K. Mulloy School

TLC Parent Information Evening

 

 

 

TLC Presentation (pdf)

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

Mar 2 – Gr. 1&2 Music Celebration Dress Rehearsal 1:30 p.m. and Evening Perfoprmance 6:30p.m.
Mar 10 – Popcorn Day
Mar 17 – Spirit Day and Fun Lunch
Mar 21 – School Council Meeting 7:00p.m.
Mar 22 – Last Day of Classes before Spring Break
Mar 22 – Student Led Conferences 4:30p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Mar 23 – Student Led Conferences 8a.m. – 11 a.m. and Parent/Teacher Interviews 11:00p.m. – 1:00p.m.
Mar 24 – CBE Non-instructional Day
Apr 3 – Classes resume – Late Entry 12:49p.m. No AM kindergarten
Apr. 14 – Good Friday – No School
Apr. 17 – Non-instructional Day – No School
Apr. 18 – School Council Meeting 7:00 p.m.
Apr. 21 – Popcorn Day
Apr. 26-May 5 –Alien Inline Skating for K-2
Apr. 28 – Spirit Day and Fun Lunch

News Centre

 

 

March newsletter

 

Kindergarten blog

 

Click here for some ideas on safety at drop-offs

 

Severe Peanut Allergies: Why we need to avoid having peanuts at school

 

Kindergarten Registration 2017-2018

 

Registration for the 2017-18 school year is ongoing. Children must be at least four years old on or before March 1 to start kindergarten in September of the same calendar year. You have to register in person at your school with proof of residence, your child's name, date of birth and citizenship. Visit the CBE Registration page for more information and for the forms you'll need. More information is available on the CBE Kindergarten page.

 

Kindergarten | great learning starts here (pdf)

 

 

 

Monthly Virtue Focus | March

 

Cooperation

 

“Nature is based on harmony. So it says if we want to survive and become more like nature, then we actually have to understand that it's cooperation versus competition.” Bruce Lipton

 

“The keystone of successful business is cooperation. Friction retards progress.” James Cash Penney

 

Cooperation is the cornerstone of a community. None of us can survive in any social circumstance without cooperation, working together for a common end. In school, a child co-operates with teachers and peers in order to enhance learning for everyone. At home children cooperate with their parents for the common welfare of the entire family. Rules and laws work only if people cooperate with the government that sets them and democratic governments can work only with the cooperation of the people who elected them.  Sometimes, cooperation only works because everyone is willing to make necessary compromises between the interest of an individual and the welfare of the group. Our children observe our actions closely when we are asked to cooperate and they become adult citizens who behave following the ways of those they have observed.

 

“Study after study has found that young children who are not constantly ordered around are much more likely to cooperate with simple requests from a parent—for example, cleaning up toys when asked—than children who are micromanaged and controlled much of the time.”
― Joanna Faber

Designation Notices

 

 

Dec. 16, 2015 | New School Opening in Panorama Hills

 

May 11, 2015 | Reminder Notice: Traditional Learning Centre Designations in Area II

 

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