Calgary Board of Education Citadel Park School
808 Citadel Drive N.W., Calgary AB T3G 4B8 | Grades K-4
t | 403-777-8063  e | citadel@cbe.ab.ca

 
 

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Welcome to Citadel Park School

Upcoming Events

 

Sept. 5 Labour Day - schools closed
Sept. 6 Back to School
Sept. 13 School Council 7 pm in Library
Sept. 14 Picture Day
Sept. 22 Parent/Teacher Conferences
Kind AM 9am – 11:30pm
Kind PM 1pm – 3:30pm
Evening 4:30pm – 8:30pm
No school Kindergarten students
Sept. 23 Parent/Teacher Conferences
All Grades 8:30am – 12:30pm
No school for all students

 

 

 

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Gorilla Conservation Project | Rooms 1 & 2

 

This story begins with Ivan, the gorilla in the the novel The One and Only Ivan.  The students listened the story his life in a concrete domain in a mall and later found out that his story is actually a true story.  Ivan eventually left his mall habitat and joined a troop of gorillas at Zoo Atlanta.  After a visit to the Calgary Zoo, we were able to compare Ivan's life in captivity with that of the Western Lowland Gorillas at the zoo.  By chance, many of us also had the opportunity for some very up close observations of the new baby gorilla along side her mother and father.  Back at school, we voted on the name of the baby gorilla through a zoo naming contest and many students chose Kimani (connected by "K" to Kioja - the mom and Kakinga - the dad). Later that month, the zoo announced that the baby's father, great silverback Kakinga had passed away.  The loss of this gentle giant left many students (and teachers) with a feeling of sadness.  One of the zoo's purposes is to help visitors make a personal connection to its animals in hopes that it will promote conservation in the wild and Kakinga definitely left an impression on us.  In Kakinga's memory, our classes began a Gorilla Conservation Project to collect used cell phones.  Cell phones contain coltan, a mineral that is mined from gorilla habitat.  The students worked in groups to write scripts that they presented to each classroom in the school, along side a collection box decorated with Kakinga's picture.  After three weeks, we had collected 166 cell phones to be recycled at the Calgary Zoo.

 

“I'm so excited that I'm actually helping animals. Usually, I just read about them or draw them. So it's so exciting to be able to help endangered animals." - Grade 3 Student 

 

 

Kindergarten Registration is ongoing for 2016-2017

 

Kindergarten registration for the 2016-2017 school  year is ongoing. Children must turn five years of age by March 1 during their kindergarten school year. You have to register in person at your school with proof of residence, your child's name, date of birth and citizenship. Visit our Registration page for more information and for the forms you'll need. More information is available on our Kindergarten page.

 

Kindergarten | great learning starts here (pdf)

 

 

 

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Volunteer

2015-2016 Citadel Park Volunteer Handbook (pdf)

Newsletter

As always, important information about our school and the events we are participating in during the next month is published in our newsletter. Go to school information --> Newsletters to access this document.

 

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