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  • Volunteering


    The School Council and the school staff welcome volunteers who help provide the students a positive, active environment in which to learn.

    Year-Round Opportunities

    Opportunity Description
    Parent Council Meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. All parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
    Classroom Volunteers Assist the teachers in various classroom activities.
    Paired Reading Read on-on-one with a Grade 3-6 student
    Library Assistant Help maintain library resources.
    Advocacy Advocate for public education.
    Parent Parking Patrol Ensure safety of students near traffic.
    Pizza Lunch Crew Assist at pizza lunch last Friday of each month.
    Naturescape Project Maintaining our Naturescape and helping with our Garden Club.
    Garden Club (Fall and Spring Assist the Garden Club Coordinator with the weekly sessions during spring planting and fall harvest. 
    Community Care Supporting our community. For example: Boyle Street donations/connections.

    One-Time Opportunities

    Opportunity Month Description
    Treats on the Tarmac  September Assist with refreshments, set-up, clean-up.
    Pumpkins on Parade October Assist with decoration of gym, clean-up.
    Book Fair November Assist with, promote and set-up/take-down.
    Christmas Giving December Assist with variety of activities.
    Holiday Decorating December Decorate the gym, clean-up.
    Casino Fundraiser February Work a shift at the casion. Held once every two years.
    Arts Blitz/Science Blitz March Organize, present session for children
    Family Dance April Organize, assist with dance set-up/clean-up.
    Appreciation Lunch June Assist with organization, refreshments, set up, clean up of lunch for teachers and staff

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  • Program


    The 21st Century requires students to employ problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration and communication in a digital world.  Windsor Park School’s focus is on student engagement across all curriculum through the teaching and learning of these skills. In partnership with teachers, students are engaged in authentic assessment that enables them to set goals and assess their own learning throughout the year.

    We offer an inclusive approach to education which provides students with the best learning opportunities that will meet their needs by removing barriers to their participation. We recognize and celebrate diversity, value students and staff and see differences as valuable resources to support learning.

    Our learning commons at Windsor Park School is place for students, staff and parents to learn, connect and grow as life-long learners. We offer current resources, wonderful books, digital tools and many ways to connect with other learners. Our learning commons hosts many engaging clubs such as our entrepreneurial club and maker-space, encouraging creativity.

    At Windsor Park we offer:

    • a focus on academic achievement with an emphasis on literacy, numeracy and assessment for learning

    • French as a Second Language in grades four to six

    • collaborative in-school and network planning and teaching

    • strong music program with music specialist

    • technology outcomes integrated across curriculum

    • liaison with University of Alberta community

    • limited enrollment with one class per grade



    "If you are looking for a school that exceeds in academic achievement, then Windsor Park would be the school for you. The school staff is highly trained and are always looking to encourage and help anyone in need. As well, the teachers and staff challenge the students to truly meet their full potential.  This is one of the reasons Windsor Park has such high achievement marks. In Kindergarten, they start introducing the main subjects, and in grade one and two they build on that and start good work habits. This all helps the future grades to be well prepared in academics and become the best citizens they can for our community and further generations".

    - Grace, Grade Six

    Regular Program

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  • Registration


    Attendance Area Information

    Windsor Park School serves students in the community of Windsor Park and has an optimal enrolment limit. The admission of new students from outside our designated attendance area, and within the City of Edmonton, are governed by the random selection process.  The random selection process is conducted by district administration to ensure that all students are provided equal opportunity to attend the school. Parents will be notified no later than April 27.


    Kindergarten Registration

    Registration for Kindergarten for the 2016-2017 school year will begin on February 2, 2016 for children who are 4 years of age on or before March 1, 2016.  Registration forms are available in the school office or on the EPSB website at epsb.ca.  Please bring proof of address and your child’s birth certificate or passport. If foreign born and have Landed Immigrant or Temporary Resident Visa status, you are required to provide a Permanent Resident Card and/or Canadian identification documents.  


    Pre-Enrolment Process for Students in Grades 1 to 6 within Edmonton Public Schools

    All parents who currently have children in grades 1 to 6 are required to pre-enrol them for the 2016-2017 school year. Sign in to SchoolZone between 9 a.m. on March 14 and 4 p.m. on April 15, 2016 to select your child’s preferred school for the 2016-2017 school year.  


    Students New to Edmonton Public Schools in Grades 1 to 6

    If you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you will need to complete a district registration form. Registration forms are available in the school office or on the EPSB website at epsb.ca.  In order to complete the registration process the following documentation must accompany the registration form:

    • Proof of age/legal name (birth certificate or passport and Permanent Resident Card and/or Canadian identification documents if foreign born)

    • Proof of address


    Further Questions? Please call the school at 780-433-3924

    Have you moved? Update your child’s current address with the school office before pre-enrolling on SchoolZone.

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  • Student Leadership

    Student Leadership

    Students at Windsor Park experience many leadership opportunities throughout the year.  In the past we have had participated in many events to learn how great leadership works such as We Day, Right to Play, and the Healthy Active School Symposium. Students in division two participate in our leadership club and are heavily involved in decision making in various fun days, fundraising ideas, helping supervise during recess (Grade 6), morning announcements (grade 5), Milk lunch program (grade 3 and 4) as well as having a hand in planning other events at Windsor Park.‌


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  • Athletics


    Running Club

    Running is a great way to stay active, healthy, and to have fun. Windsor Park offers two programs to build students skills for both long and short distance running. The running club participants practice two times a week in the fall and winter season. Starting in the fall, athletes train for the long races. The Running Club participates in the Harrier and Fall Classic races and we have placed very high in the past years.

    Running club participants also train for relay races. Here they learn to run on a relay team, passing the baton amongst team-mates. The running club participates in a variety of races such as Running Room Games, the Harrier Relay Races, and the Klondike Relay races. In the past years we have won gold and silver in the Running Room Games mixed finals as well as gold and silver medals in inidividual races.

    "We have extremely dedicated and supportive coaches who train both teams. Having these running teams helps build strong bonds between students and school pride."

    - Robin, Grade Six

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  • Parent Groups

    Parent Groups

    School Council

    Windsor Park School Council gives parents or guardians of our students an opportunity to provide input into their children's education.The School Council helps to develop an atmosphere of mutual co-operation through active participation in the school. It also facilitates the school/home/community partnership. The School Council meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm. All are welcome at these monthly meetings. Meeting dates are posted on schoolzone. In addition to the School Council, there are a variety of volunteer opportunities available to parents and guardians throughout the year. Many volunteer opportunities are one time commitments.  We very much appreciate the dedication and talents of our parents/guardians and encourage you to volunteer at the school!


    The School Council and the school staff welcome volunteers who help provide the students a positive, active environment in which to learn. Learn more about volunteering at Windsor Park School. 


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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Windsor Park School hosts many engaging clubs for students to join. Students may choose to participate in the lego club, chess club, entrepreneurial club, running club or garden club. There are also many leadership activities that students can participate in such as We Day, Science Olympics and health and wellness initiatives. Students are also invited to join our library club in the learning commons.

    Musical Learning

    Students take part in regular music classes by a trained music specialist. Students learn many musical instruments such as recorders, xylophones, handbells and ukulele.Students also can join the division one or two choirs, which perform at special events around the city.

    Field Trips

    Students are exposed to a number of educational and meaningful field trips. Some of these activities include: Telus World of Science, Bennett Centre, Ukrainian Village, McKay Avenue School, Hands On, St. Albert Children’s Festival, etc.

    Students have taken part in week-long schools such as: Zoo School, School at the Legislature, Jube School Green School and Ice School.

    Our School Council provides opportunities for cultural events such as: Alberta Opera, Edmonton Symphony, Artists in Residence and Ortona Gymnastics.

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  • Partnerships


    University of Alberta

    We have a close relationship with the University of Alberta. Many students and staff at the university support our teaching and learning in diverse ways. We work closely with University professors and their students to support their pre-professional development. Often our students walk to the University to participate in activities such as dance, arts and science events. Students from the University come and do presentations for our classes. Study Buddies from all faculties volunteer and support teaching and learning.


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Windsor Park is an elementary school of approximately 180 students. We service the Windsor Park Community and are the school of choice for many students who live outside our community boundaries. Proximity to the University of Alberta makes Windsor Park a choice for many University and hospital staff members. The school leases space to the University and Community Early Learning Centre. We have a reputation for excellence in academics and have a close working relationship with our parents and community. The school enjoys a wonderful family atmosphere.

Windsor Park School can be identified by the following factors:

  • focus on academic achievement in all subjects where students strive to meet their potential

  • excellent student achievement on district and provincial tests, recognized as a top school in the province

  • caring, committed staff focused on a child-centred program

  • motivated student population with excellent parental support

  • active and supportive School Council

  • Integration of technology  for students in Kindergarten to Grade 6

  • French as a Second Language for students in Grades 4 to 6

  • co-curricular activities such as choir, handbells, chess club, running club, entrepreneurial club, lego club, gardening club, etc.

  • close relationships with University of Alberta; study buddy mentorship and practicum experiences

  • extensive participation by parent and community volunteers

  • capped enrolment with one class per grade

  • student leadership initiatives: We Day, Right to Play, health and wellness initatives

  • implementation of Alberta Education’s “Inspiring Education” focus with emphasis on project based learning and inquiry based focus