Monthly Archives: February 2014

 

Thoughts on the Growth Accommodation Strategy

Thoughts on the Growth Accommodation Strategy

Many of you are tuning in attentively to today’s announcement on space accommodation. I’ve been out to various schools in southwest Edmonton these past few months, getting to know you and your communities better. And I’ve certainly taken to heart what you’ve been telling me – I know parents are concerned about what today’s announcement […]
RT @EPSFoundation: Old McDonald had a farm! Thanks to funding provided by the Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund the Mee-Y…
RT @teachbeebe: Today we were lucky enough to have a tour and learn about the business of Architecture from the Vivian Manasc from @ManascI
RT @ABSchoolBoards: Our education minister is looking for youth from all across Alberta to participate in the Minister's Youth Council as p…
RT @yegconvention: It’s a pleasure to welcome @EPSFoundation’s Continuing Education Farm to Fork program for a sustainability tour! #sust
RT @Sergeant_Jones: On average, @edmontonpolice receive 22 domestic violence reports a day. Please support me as I step up (in heels!) agai…
RT @teachbeebe: Design Fundamentals Dual Credit Summer Opportunity @CentreHigh with the Barry Johns @AthabascaU @EPSBNews #takinglearningto
RT @ABSchoolBoards: As the host for @cdnsba Congress 2020, we are excited to reveal our logo! With the theme Standing Stronger Together, th…
RT @bridgetstirling: Trustees on a bicycle built for two…or five? I'm sure Jack would welcome us all. #epsb #abed #csba2019 #csba https://t…
Watch the board meeting as my ##epsb colleagues debate the block funding motion I am putting forward today: https://t.co/xX9VmQ8vQu
Right now, school boards receive all of its funding from the provincial government. And it isn't adequate. With a m… https://t.co/43iHvf01Xo