Calgary Board of Education Harold Panabaker School
23 Sackville Drive S.W., Calgary AB T2W 0W3 | Grades 7-9 Regular & French Immersion
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Impacted Schools Decision

Feb. 14, 2017 | Important Changes to Student Population at Harold Panabaker School (pdf)

Ron Southern School Designation and Grade Configuration

Ron Southern School is being constructed in the community of Silverado as a K-4 school with an instructional space of 600 and an anticipated opening date of September 2017.


The Calgary Board of Education (CBE) is designating the community of Silverado to Ron Southern School beginning in the 2017-18 school year. For the Silverado community, this is a change from its current designation of Ethel M. Johnson School for K-6. Students from the community will have a regular program K-9 continuum at Ron Southern and Harold Panabaker schools.


Current enrolment projections anticipate that Ron Southern School will open under capacity. This provides an opportunity to consider opening Ron Southern School as K-6. Adding two grades will allow more students to attend school closer to home and for longer. You are invited to attend an in-person session to share your thoughts on the possibility of the K-6 option:

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

6:30 – 7:30 PM, with a presentation at 6:30 PM

Ethel M. Johnson School




At the session, we will hand out a form for you to indicate your preferred option. This form will also be sent home the following day to any parents not in attendance. Completed forms must be submitted to Ethel M. Johnson School by March 22, 2017. Submit:

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Options for Use of Learning Space


In the impacted school scenarios we presented for feedback in October 2016, it was proposed that students from the communities of Woodlands and Woodbine would move from Woodman School to John Ware School. The feedback we received about this proposal expressed a concern that John Ware School might be overcrowded with the addition of these students. We also heard concerns from Harold Panabaker School families about low enrolment in the regular program at the school.


On January 19 we met with parents of students from the communities of Woodbine and Woodlands and presented two new options to consider instead of the original scenario proposed in October. See January 19 presentation slides.


People also shared their thoughts and ideas about these options by completing an online survey, which closed January 28, 2017.


See January 20, 2017 letter to parents.
Late French Immersion Documents for 2017-18

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Late French Immersion Application Process

Late French Immersion Parent Questionaire

Student Registration Form

Transfer Request Form


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Homework Help (pdf)


2016-2017 calendars


Leadership Link | Chief Superintendent and Board of Trustee Messages (updated monthly)


Lunch time off-campus form (pdf)


Harold Panabaker School Procedures (pdf)

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