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  • Programs

    Programs

    Windsor Park has a long standing tradition of excellence in programming for student learning. Through high expectations of students and faculty, enriched programming, and strong partnerships with parents and our community, we strive to inspire all students to be engaged thinkers and ethical citizens who contribute to their community. Faculty value diversity, and nurture open communication and trust among stakeholders to ensure the success of all students in their learning journey.


    All students at Windsor Park receive quality Music instruction from a qualified specialist. Instruction in French as a Second Language is provided to all grades four to six students. Programming is enhanced through a wide array of experiential learning opportunities, access to new technologies to support the creation and sharing of knowledge, and a wide variety of extracurricular programs.

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  • Registration

    Registration

     

    OPEN HOUSE

    For parents new to Windsor Park, we will be hosting an Open House on Friday, March 10, 2017 from 9:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. School tours are available every half hour for your convenience. Please call 780-433-3924 to book an appointment for that day. 

     

    KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

    Children who are four years of age on or before March 1, 2017 may register in Kindergarten‌ for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you do not live within the Windsor Park boundaries, you will be required to participate in the Random Selection Process. We start accepting new student registrations for the next school year on February 1, 2017. All registrations must be submitted to the Windsor Park School office by April 18, 2017. Learn more about the Kindergarten registration process, dates and deadlines here.

     

    REGISTRATION FOR GRADES 1 - 6

    FOR STUDENTS NEW TO EDMONTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools and you live within the Windsor Park boundaries, you'll need to complete a Student Registration‌ Form and submit it to the Windsor Park School office. We start accepting registration forms for the next school year on February 1, 2017. For step-by-step information on the registration process for new students click here. If you do not live within our Windsor Park boundaries, and would like to enroll your child at Windsor Park, you will be required to participate in the Random Selection Process.

     

    FOR STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN AN EDMONTON PUBLIC SCHOOL

    Each spring, parents across the District pre-enrol their child in their school of choice to attend next year. Pre-enrolment helps families plan and allows schools to prepare based on the number of students expected to attend in the fall.

    Sign in to SchoolZone between 9 a.m. on March 13 and 4 p.m. on April 18, 2017 to select your child’s preferred school for the 2017-2018 school year.

    When you sign in to your parent SchoolZone account on your computer, tablet or smartphone:

    • choose the “Next Year” tab
    • select the name of the child you are pre-enrolling
    • follow the instructions to select your child’s preferred school for next year

    For more information on the pre-enrolment process, click here. If you are currently enrolled in an Edmonton Public School, do not live within our Windsor Park boundaries, and would like to enroll your child at Windsor Park, you will be required to participate in the Random Selection Process.

     

     

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  • Student Leadership

    Student Leadership

    Providing students with the support and opportunities necessary to develop essential leadership skills is an important aspect of their education at Windsor Park School. Through a wide variety of leadership opportunities at all grade levels, students are developing skills in communication, creative problem-solving, responsibility, adaptability, initiative and self-direction, and teamwork, just to name a few. It is our goal to promote a culture of student confidence and empowerment to influence their world in positive ways, unleashing their potential in learning and life.

     

    A Ubiquitous Approach to Leadership

    At Windsor Park, leadership is addressed at all levels through a ubiquitous approach. Students learn the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People through the Leader in Me process, and apply essential leadership skills to their learning, interactions with others, and daily life outside of school.

     

    WPTV Broadcasting Studio

    In grades five and six, students have the opportunity to apply for numerous leadership positions through our WPTV Broadcasting Studio. These include the Station Manager, Chief Engineer, News Anchors, Meterologists, Camera Operators, and Studio Engineers.  Students are responsible for reporting our school news live each morning to all classrooms.  Through this incredible leadership opportunity, students learn essential skills such as teamwork, communication, interpersonal, self-direction, work ethic, analytical, technical, organizational and problem-solving skills to name a few.

     

    PAL (Physical Activity Leaders)

    Throughout the year, all grade six students are scheduled to serve as a PAL during recess times. Through this leadership opportunity, our grade 6 students work with others during recess to engage in physical activity and to facilitate problem-solving as needed.

     

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  • Athletics

    Athletics

     

    Running is a great way to stay active, healthy, and to have fun! Windsor Park offers two programs to build student skills for both long and short distance running. Our running clubs practice two times a week in the fall and winter season.

     

    Cross Country Running Club

    In the fall, athletes train for long distance races. Our Cross Country Running Club participates in the Harrier and Fall Classic Races, and has a history of placing very competitively.

     

    Relay Running Club

    From January to April, athletes train for relay races. They learn to run on a team, passing the baton amongst team-mates. Our Relay Running Club participates in a variety of races such as the Running Room Games, the Harrier Relay Races, and/or the Klondike Relay races. Windsor Park has a long history of gold and silver medals at these events.

     

    "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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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

     

    Extracurricular clubs and activities provide students with enriched educational experiences outside of the classroom and open up opportunities for students to persue areas of interest. Windsor Park provides a variety of extracurricular clubs and activities for students over the noon hour each year. Clubs typically include the following:

    Extracurricular

    Grades

    Months Active

    The Arts

    Handbells

    5 - 6

    November - December

    Division 1 Choir

    1 - 2

    October - December

    Division 2 Choir

    3 - 6

    October - December

     

    Athletics

    Cross Country Running Club

    3 - 6

    September - October

    Relay Running Club

    4 - 6

    January - April

    Intramurals for Division 1

    1 - 3

    January - March

    Intramurals for Division 2

    4 - 6

    January - March

         

    Academics

    Gardening Club

    2 - 4

    September/May-June

    Entrepreneur Club

    6

    October - December

    Division 1 Chess Club

    1- 3

    All Year

    Division 2 Chess Club

    4 - 6

    All Year

     

    Leadership

    PALS (Physical Activity Leaders)

    6

    All Year

    WPTV Broadcasting Leaders

    5 - 6

    All Year

     

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  • Partnerships

    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, the 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 at Windsor Park.

     

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Welcome

Windsor Park in a kindergarten to grade six school with approximately 180 students.  The school serves the Windsor Park community and is a school of choice for many students who live outside of the community boundaries.  The school has a strong partnership with the University of Alberta and provides space for the University and Community Early Learning Centre for children ages two and a half to six.

Windsor Park provides a long standing tradition of excellence in academic achievement. Through high expectations of students and faculty, enriched programming, and strong partnerships with parents and our broader community, we strive to inspire all students to be engaged thinkers and ethical citizens who contribute to their greater community. Faculty value diversity, and nurture open communication and trust among stakeholders to ensure the success of all students in their learning journey.

All students receive Music instruction from a qualified specialist. Instruction in French as a Second Language is provided to all grades four to six students. Programming is enhanced through a wide array of experiental learning opportunities, extensive access to new technologies to support the creation and sharing of knowledge, and a wide variety of extra-curricular programs.