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Upcoming Events

FAT & Cafeteria 8:00 am - 1:00 pm Bus Driver's meeting
August 27, 2014
Central Office 780 645 3323

Labour Day Holiday
September 01, 2014

First Day of School
September 02, 2014


Annual Education Results Report

How was school today?

What Can I expect From This School Division

"My teachers believe in me."

Email from Education Minister

The Honourable Jeff Johnson, Minister of Education, recently sent an email to Board Chairs and Superintendents of Schools and requested that it be forwarded to all parents.  To read the email, please click here.

To see the attachment in the email, please click here.

Synrevoice - School Connects

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St. Paul Education has recently implemented a parent notification system called School Connects by Synrevoice.  The system will be used to notify parents about school announcements and other emergency notifications.  Synrevoice (School Connects) sends phone calls for bus cancellations or other emergency situations and texts and/or emails for other school announcements. 

Phone calls will be only be used for emergency notifications; please listen to the entire message if you receive one.  The message will begin as follows:

                This is an important call from (St. Paul Education).  Please do not hang up as you will be asked to confirm this message was received . . .please press 2 to acknowledge. 

The system will use the numbers you have provided at registration.  It is important that you update these numbers if they change. 

Text messages and or email may be used for other announcements

To receive text messages you must sign up.  Your current cell phone number must be on record at the school.  To sign up send the text message Join to 56360. Once you have completed this step you will receive the following message:

                Synrevoice alerts:  Thanks for joining school txt alerts.

                15 msgs/month. Msg/Data rates may apply.

                Reply STOP to cancel

Please note Synrevoice does not charge for this service.  If charges appear on your bill, please contact your cell phone provider.

To receive emails your email address must be registered at the school.

SPERD staff nominated for awards

Three SPERD employees were recently nominated for the Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence.  This award honours outstanding and innovative elementary and secondary school teachers  in all disciplines who instil in their students a love of learning and who use technologies to better equip their students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in a 21st century society and economy.  Pictured below are Mr. Ryan Morey - Principal, Two Hills Mennonite School (with Brian Storseth, M.P. for Westlock - St. Paul), Ms. Jennine Poirier, Teacher, Ashmont Elementary School, and Mr. Corey deMoissac - Assistant Principal, St. Paul Regional High School (also with Brian Storseth).  Congratulations go out to these nominees!ScreenHunter 54 Feb. 20 08.19












St. Paul Education and Local ATA Reach Agreement

Representatives of St. Paul Education Regional Division No. 1 and the Alberta Teachers' Association Local #25 have come to an agreement on a new teacher collective agreement.  For more details and comments from an ATA Local Representative and the Board Chair click here.

Flu Season

As the number of H1N1 influenza cases in the province continues to increase in the province we at St. Paul Education would like to share these health tips for students and families.

Flu Shot: Alberta Health Minister Fred Horne has encouraged people who have not been immunized against influenza to do so as soon as possible.  For more information, visit or call Health Link at 1-866-408-5465.

Hand-washing:  Using soap and warm water, wash your hands often and keep your hands away from your nose, eyes, and mouth. Viruses are most likely to enter your body through these areas.

Cover your cough or sneeze:  Cover your mouth and nose with your arm or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.  Influenza is spread through the air. The virus gets in the air when someone with the disease coughs, sneezes, or even talks. People who breathe in the virus can get sick. It can also be spread by touching objects that have been coughed or sneezed on by someone with the virus.

Signs of influenza:  The flu causes a fever, body aches, a headache, a dry cough, and a sore or dry throat.  You will probably feel tired and less hungry than usual. The symptoms usually are the worst for the first 3 or 4 days. But it can take 1 to 2 weeks to get completely better.

Stay at home when sick:  Alberta Health Services advises people who have symptoms of influenza (fever, cough, headache and extreme tiredness) to stay home. 

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