Have a wonderful break and we will see you back on Monday, January 9, 2023. This will be a KA day. Featured in the 2022 St. Paul Education Video Christmas Card is EPE 6A student, Camryn Maddock. And a quick reminder that today, Friday, December 23rd, is early dismissal at 2pm!
** Bus Status Notice ** for Friday, December 23, 2022 Due to the weather forecast continuing to call for extreme wind chill conditions, St. Paul Education buses are cancelled for both the morning and the afternoon on Friday, December 23. Schools remain open. For parents who plan to drive their child/children to and from school, a reminder that tomorrow is early dismissal at 2:00 p.m. If your child is not attending classes tomorrow, please report their absence in the regular m
Each year EPE hosts our Annual Science Fair. Information will be shared with students mid January and the event will be held in early March. This year, students who are interested in a more intensive project experience also have the opportunity to get involved with the St. Paul & District Steam Society and their Inter District Science Fair. The registration deadline for SPD Science Fair 2023 is coming up on December 31st, 2022. If your child would like to participate in the S
Our students had fun decorating gingerbread cookies today. A big thank you to the Elk Point Cornerstone Co-op for donating and delivering cookie kits for our students! Pictured are some of the Grade 2/3 and 3 students .
Important Christmas Concert Announcement: Dear Families, The Christmas Concert is a time-honored tradition at Elk Point Elementary. Unfortunately, the weather has not cooperated with us this week, resulting in the cancellation of our performances. However, the students have worked very hard and we want to give them an opportunity to show the community what they have been working on. Weather permitting, our plan is to reschedule the concert with one performance on January 13,
Dear Families, The temperature is below -40 and our buses are not running today. The Division consensus is that concerts will not go forward if buses do not run. It is with disappointment that today’s performance has been canceled. We know and understand how excited our students, staff, families and the community were, to be a part of today’s performance. A decision will be made on how we proceed. Stay warm!
Dear Families, Currently, the forecasted temperature for Thursday morning is below -40. If this is the case, our buses will not be running. The Division consensus is that concerts will not go forward if buses do not run. To ensure that all families have an opportunity to see their child’s performance, we have decided to cancel the Thursday performance and open our Wednesday performance for all families to attend. Our concert will also be live-streamed and will be available on
Mr. Ng’s Grade 6 Tiger News Crew has been putting a festive flair on our morning announcements this week. Our students have been enjoying their themed backgrounds and holiday jokes. The student broadcasters have also been reminding us of all of the upcoming dress up days for our Holiday Spirit Week including: Friday, December 16th: North Pole Day Monday, December 19th: Festive Day Tuesday, December 20th: Christmas Sweater Day Wednesday, December 21st: Formal Day Thursday, Dec
Due to a supply issue, there will be no milk for the remainder of the month. A partial refund has been issued to those who ordered for the month of December, through School Cash Online. January hot food and milk are available to purchase, through School Cash Online. The deadline to order is Monday, January 9th.