Calgary Board of Education

Colonel Irvine School

412 Northmount Drive N.W., Calgary AB T2K 3H6 | Reg. 7-9, Chinese 5-9

t | 403-777-7280  e | ColonelIrvine@cbe.ab.ca f | 403-777-7283

 

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Welcome to an exciting new year of learning at Colonel Irvine School with vibrant Regular, Mandarin and Bridges Programs

French Immersion Program Online Engagement Opportunity

The high level of interest in the French Immersion Program in northwest and north central Calgary has resulted in some schools being at or over-capacity, which may limit continued growth at these locations. The CBE is committed to providing strong learning opportunities to all our French Immersion students and working with families to explore possibilities for the future.

You are invited to participate in a virtual world café discussion forum to share your voice on options for the future for the French Immersion Program in northwest and north central Calgary. The virtual discussion forum will close at midnight on April 29, 2018.

The decision-making process will consider all input and feedback gathered at in-person sessions and online opportunities along with CBE values and planning principles, available space in schools, financial sustainability, government legislation and more. Together, all of this must be carefully considered in making recommendations and decisions. Decisions will be implemented for the 2019-20 school year or later.

We look forward to working with you to develop a long-term strategy for the French Immersion Program in northwest and north central Calgary.

If you have questions about this engagement, please email dialogue@cbe.ab.ca. You can also find more information about this initiative at CBE Dialogue.

invite | Forest Lawn High School & Jack James High School Open House

The Calgary Board of Education will be hosting a drop-in open house to share information on the following:

  • Forest Lawn High School Modernization
      • Classroom space utilization at Forest Lawn and Jack James
  • Chinook Learning ELL/LINC program
  • Career and Technology Studies (CTS) courses at Forest Lawn High School and Jack James High School and high school success
  • Area 3 office at Forest Lawn High School
  • Parents, students, staff and community members are welcome to attend. There will not be a formal presentation at this open house.

Date | Tuesday, April 24
Time | 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Location | Jack James High School, 5105 – 8 Ave. SE

If you are unable to attend, we are keeping the public informed on this important project on our Building and Modernizing webpage.

Students Shine in National Math Competition

Grade 6 students from Colonel Irvine School recently competed in the 2017-18 competition of the Canadian National Mathematics League. Our school ranked number 2 in Alberta and tied for number 13 overall in the country! Colonel Irvine was the top Calgary school in the competition.

Individually, Ivy C had the second highest score in Alberta, and Ryan L tied for the seventh highest score. Ivy’s score also put her in a tie for the 20th overall in all of Canada – well done!

Congratulations to all students who participated and showed so well for Colonel Irvine School!

letterSchool Newsletter

The May newsletter is available here.

May Principal's Message

Congratulations to all students and staff involved with our Thoughtfulness virtue assembly. Simply put, we have very thoughtful students at Colonel Irvine. On the athletic scene, our badminton teams had a smashing time at their meets. The grade 9 team captured the divisional banner. Well done to our athletes. Track and field is underway and it is a great school-wide activity and affords many, many students the opportunity to have a competitive athletic experience in an educational and fun setting. Our Division B school meet is
scheduled for the May 16th and our in-school track meet will be on May 25th. Volunteers will be needed for this both track meet days.

We still have a very busy couple of months of school. Our grade 9 farewell will be on the May 17th. Grade 9 students will be spending time at Shakers during the day and come back to the school for an evening of celebration. Our grade 8 Mandarin program students are off to visit the Confucius Institute and a bi-lingual Mandarin school in Edmonton. We still have the RiverWatch field trip for our grade 9’s. Our spring concert is on May 31st and we have a group of students and staff going on the West Coast trip from June 2nd – 6th.

As a reminder, we ask that students adhere to our dress code listed in the student handbook. It is easy for students’ thoughts and priorities to wander from the rigors of school. While this may be the case, I encourage students to keep their eye on the finish line (June 29) and parents to help their children maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle that includes a strong focus on being successful at school. As students prepare to complete the school year, it is crucial that they attend regularly and punctually, put forth a positive effort while at school and maintain a regular homework and study regime. Parents, please be sure to continue to keep yourself updated as to your child’s academic progress by checking Home Logic on a regular basis. If you have any questions regarding how you can help your child be successful at school, do not hesitate to contact their teachers.
Thanks for your continued support.


Sincerely,
Ms. Bea Ko, Principal

Important Dates

May
4: Virtue Assembly
    Early dismissal, 12:02
8: School Council, 6:30
10: Gr 6 LA PAT, part A
11: Gr 9 LA PAT, part A
11: Gr 8 to Telus Spark
16: Track & Field meet, Glenmore Park
18: Non-instructional day
21: Victoria Day, no school
22-23:
Gr 8 Mandarin to Edmontion
25: In-school Sports Day
    Early dismissan, 12:02
29: Gr 9 River Watch
31: Band concert, 7 PM

June
2-6: West Coast Trip
14: Gr 6 Science PAT
15: Gr 6 Part B ELA PAT
18: Gr 5 to Zoo
18: Gr 6 Math PAT
19: Gr 6 Social PAT
19: Gr 7B/C Journey 2050
20: Gr 9 Science PAT
20: Gr 6 to Zoo
20: Gr 7A/D Journey 2050
21: Virtue Assembly and Year-End Awards
22: Gr 9 LA Part B PAT
    Early dismissal, 12:02
25: Gr 9 Math PAT
    Early dismissal, 12:02
26: Gr 9 Social PAT
    Early dismissal, 12:02
27: Last day of classes; Report Cards go home
    Early dismissal, 12:02
28:
Appeals  Day, no classes
29: Non-instructional day

 

CBE Student Night with the Flames

Open to students, staff, and their families. Book early before these games sell out! Orders will be processed and emailed within 3-4 business days.

Tickets are press level seating (third level) which will be selected from best available, on a first-come first-served basis.

More Information (pdf)

Welcome to School Letter

The 2017 Welcome to School Letter is available here (pdf)

Parent / Student Handbook 2017/18

The 2017/18 school handbook is available here (pdf)

Designation Notices

Mar. 20, 2017 | Regular Program School Designations for Students Residing in Livingston (pdf)

Mar. 20, 2017 | Regular Program School Designations for Students Residing in Carrington (pdf)

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To improve regular and ongoing communication, a program called HomeLogic is now open which allows you to view your child’s progress, demographics and attendance. Please look at this periodically to be better informed. To access HomeLogic please click on the "HomeLogic" button to the left, under the Desire2Learn button.

Please take a minute to check it out.

     
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