Wabamun School Homepage News en-us Thu, 22 Apr 2021 16:43:59 MDT Breeze for Teachers 5.0 https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca Summer School @ CFL April 12, 2021 - Parkland School Division offers Summer School for current and incoming high school students at Connections For Learning. Students over age 18 are also welcome to register, and select courses are open to students who have completed Grade 7. Summer School is not only a convenient way to upgrade your marks - it’s also a great opportunity to get a head start on the new school year, freeing up your future schedule for courses you didn’t think you’d have time to take.   Take one of our wide range of available courses, and: Upgrade your marks Make room in your high school schedule for courses that previously wouldn't fit Choose a course delivery method that suits your learning style Explore exciting career opportunities Earn high school credits - even on the job or at summer camp! Registration for Summer School is now open, and will close on Monday, June 21, 2021. Please view the Summer School Registration and Fees pages on the Connections for Learning site for more information and to register. For a detailed list of the courses on offer and their prerequisites, check out the CFL Summer School Courses page. Dates & Times Summer School 2021 will run from Friday, July 2 until Saturday, July 17 using the following schedule: Monday-Friday: 8:30am-3:30pm Saturdays: 8:30am-Noon Please see the CFL school calendar for specific Summer School dates. All Summer School courses must be completed by Noon on Saturday, July 17 - this is also the last day to write final exams. Important Dates The following dates apply to most Summer School courses, with a few exceptions. Teachers will communicate specific details and timelines for each course. April 12 - Summer School registration opens June 7 (or earlier) - Teachers send out introductory email with course information June 21 - Summer School registration closes July 2 - First day of Summer School July 9 - Halfway point (coursework should be at least 50% complete) July 17 - Last day of Summer School; all assignments and non-Diploma exams due at Noon August 3 - English Diploma Exam Part A (9am) August 4 - Social Studies Diploma Exam Part A (9am) August 5 - Mathematics Diploma Exam (9am) August 6 - English Diploma Exam Part B (9am) August 9 - Social Studies Diploma Exam Part B (9am) August 10 - Chemistry (9am) & Biology (1pm) Diploma Exams August 11 - Physics (9am) & Science (1pm) Diploma Exams Please note: All Diploma Exams will be administered at Spruce Grove Outreach. Locations Most Summer School courses will be taught at Spruce Grove Outreach and Connections for Learning. Courses that require specialized equipment or spaces will be based at Memorial Composite High School or Spruce Grove Composite High School. Please see the Adventure & Leadership Camps page on the CFL site for camp location information. Drop off and pick up of course materials will occur at Spruce Grove Outreach, and all Diploma Exams will be administered there as well. Spruce Grove Locations Stony Plain Locations Spruce Grove Outreach 120 St. Matthews Avenue 780-962-1414   Spruce Grove Composite High School 1000 Calahoo Road Connections For Learning 4300-43 Street 780-963-0507   Memorial Composite High School 50 Westerra Centre Course Delivery Methods Most CFL Summer School courses are delivered in one of these three ways. In some instances, students may have the ability to choose the course delivery method that best suits their learning style. Please refer to the legend on each Summer School course page to see the available course delivery methods. In-Person (Synchronous or Asynchronous) Should a designated minimum number of students enrol for an in-person Summer School course, we will deliver a section of that course in a typical teacher-directed classroom style (i.e. synchronous learning). Should student enrolment in a Summer School course not meet the minimum number required for in-person delivery, the class will be offered with teacher support in an asynchronous manner (i.e. students complete their learning on their own time, and can seek help from the teacher as necessary during regular Summer School hours). Print Modular (Asynchronous) Students who prefer to work on their own may opt to complete course modules in print format. Course materials can be picked up at the start of Summer School and returned upon completion (by the July 17 deadline). Students who choose the Print Modular course delivery format will still be able to access a designated site should they need teacher support and/or a quiet place to work. Virtual Learning (Asynchronous) Students can learn at their own pace and on their own schedule using CFL's online platform.  Students who choose the Virtual Learning course delivery format will still be able to access a designated site should they need teacher support and/or a quiet place to work. Important to Note: Any Summer School course scheduled for in-person delivery may be converted to an online delivery due to COVID-19 health guidelines that may be in place this summer. Summer School courses are fast-paced: every day of Summer School instruction is the equivalent to one week of a high school semester program. Full attendance is required for synchronous classroom courses and no provisions will be made for late starts or early releases. Some courses require final exams. Diploma exams are scheduled for the dates listed above. Students writing non-Diploma exams will coordinate an exam time with their teacher. CFL reserves the right to cancel any class for which the minimum enrollment is NOT reached.   For more information contact: Connections For Learning Phone: 780-963-0507 Email: cfl@psd70.ab.ca   https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=20061&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=20061&stream=Homepage News PSD Update on K-6 Draft Curriculum Pilot April 15, 2021 - On March 29, 2021 the Government of Alberta launched a new draft K-6 curriculum and invited teachers and schools to participate in piloting that curriculum in the fall of 2021. PSD staff took time to review what that might mean for our division.  Our classroom teachers and curriculum experts returned from Spring Break to launch the process of an in-depth review of the curriculum, including all subject areas and grades included in the draft. Included in that review was a consideration of the impacts the pandemic has, and continues to have on our school communities. Parkland School Division remains committed to doing what is best for all our students and appreciates the feedback parents and other stakeholders have provided to us thus far. Regardless of the draft curriculum content, scope and sequence, Parkland School Division has made the decision not to pilot the draft curriculum in September 2021. It simply is not in the best interest of our families and staff who continue to face the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Consistency in educational delivery has been challenging to say the least during these past 13 months as families, either by choice or by necessity, transition from online learning to in-school classes. With variant COVID cases increasing and transmission amongst school-aged children also on the rise, we anticipate that families, staff and students will continue to require flexibility come fall. Those are not conditions suitable for piloting a draft curriculum. Asking our staff to commit to the preparation and the additional, ongoing time commitment that comes with a pilot would also be a lot to ask after the calendar year they have all endured. PSD remains committed to working with Alberta Education to the greatest extent possible, outside of the pilot, to provide feedback on the scope, sequence, content, and resources for this draft curriculum.  We believe strongly in providing input on such an important topic and we will work with our teachers and colleagues across the province in reviewing, providing feedback, and preparing for the finalized K-6 curriculum launch planned for 2022-2023.   In the meantime, stakeholders who wish to provide input on the draft curriculum directly to Alberta Education, can do so by completing the survey here. Shauna Boyce, Superintendent Parkland School Division     https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24427&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24427&stream=Homepage News Strong Families Series: Mental Health Awareness April 12, 2021 - In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week, Parkland School Division is proud to partner with Alberta Parenting For The Future to present another FREE information session for local families. In our upcoming Strong Families session, Jennie McLester of Alberta Health Services will offer families valuable information about mental health, how it influences our lives, our families and our communities, and how it differs from mental health disorders. She will also share practical tips for improving mental wellness, and highlight the various services and resources available to community members who are seeking help or wish to learn more.   Date: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 Time: 6:30-8pm Location: Online Zoom Webinar / Discussion Group Presenters: Jennie McLester (Alberta Health Services Youth Stabilization Program Supervisor) Mental illness affects all people of all ages and backgrounds: either directly, or indirectly through the personal relationships we forge with others. In an average year, 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health problem or illness - and as we all know, this has been anything but an average year. While maintaining good mental health is just as important as maintaining good physical health, and mental illnesses can be treated effectively, stigma against those living with mental illness still exists, and almost half of those who feel they have suffered from anxiety or depression have never sought professional help (Source: Canadian Mental Health Association). For all these reasons and more, it is vital to raise awareness about the importance of mental health, focus on maintaining or improving our mental wellness, recognize possible signs of mental illness in ourselves and others, and know where to seek out help in our community. Interested? Join us for Strong Families: Mental Health Awareness. Please register early to reserve your spot by visiting https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/strong-families-series-mental-health-awareness-registration-150623534045. For more information, please contact: Vicky Mamczasz Family Supports Facilitator Email: vmamczasz@psd70.ab.ca https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24410&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24410&stream=Homepage News Provincial Achievement Tests Update April 8, 2021 -  Dear teachers, students, parents, guardians and families,  As you may be aware, each year our grade 6 and our grade 9 students write Provincial Achievement Tests at the end of June. The Provincial Achievement Test is a helpful tool for our teachers to determine how to improve teaching and learning for the students in the following year. This year, Parkland School Division will not be administering Provincial Achievement Tests to our grade 6 and 9 students.  We have certainly heard from our families and from our staff that our students are doing their best to be resilient. As you can appreciate, however, this has not been a typical year for our teachers, students and families and we perceive that administering the test in our current reality will not provide the clarity we seek from this assessment. Like many jurisdictions across Alberta, we are certain that our decision to opt out of Provincial Achievement Tests will alleviate some stress and anxiety for our staff, students and families without any impact on our students. Provincial Achievement Tests are only a small part of the full spectrum of achievement results for students. Our teachers will continue to provide ongoing assessment and communicate student progress to our parents and guardians and we will continue to provide excellent learning opportunities even though our methods continue to be impacted by the ongoing pandemic. We have heard from many of you on this topic and we trust that you will support our decision. Should you have any questions or concerns, please speak with your school principal.   For further information, contact: Scott M. Johnston  Associate Superintendent Email: sjohnston@psd70.ab.ca Phone: 780-963-4010 https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24406&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24406&stream=Homepage News Regular Board Meeting Highlights - April 6, 2021 April 6, 2021 - The Board of Trustees is pleased to share with all education stakeholders the highlights of our recent Board meeting held virtually on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. The adopted minutes will be available on our website following the next Regular Board meeting. Update: The Board approved Revised Board Policy 5: Role of the Board Chair. The Board repealed Bylaw 1-2020: The Parkland School Division Trustee Electoral Ward Bylaw and subsequently replaced it with an updated version. In April, 2021, Ministerial Order #381/2020 was signed, allowing the annexation of Parkland County lands to the City of Spruce Grove. Updates that include the annexed land led to the creation of Bylaw 1-2021. The Board approved a recommendation to send a letter to Parkland County, requesting reconsideration of Parkland County's decision to discontinue partnership with Parkland School Division, the Town of Stony Plain and City of Spruce Grove in the School Resource Officer Program. The Board approved approved a motion to withdraw a recommendation to make the trustees PSD Tomorrow working meetings open to the public. The Board approved the Second Quarterly Financial Report as presented by Associate Superintendent, Corporate Supports & Services, Scott McFadyen and Director of Financial Services, Jason Krefting. As of February 28, 2021, revenues year to date were $67.8M and expenditures year to date were $63.7M resulting in a surplus of $4.1M. A Surplus of $3.2M is currently forecast for the year ended August 31, 2021. The forecasted surplus is the result of an additional $1.3M of funding that was expected to be clawed back due to a decrease in enrolment from budget and $4.0M in Federal COVID-19 funding that was not included in the budget. These additional revenues were partially offset with additional expenditures including online learning, personal protective equipment, custodial and a centralized purchasing initiative.  The Board received as information an Executive Summary of a recent virtual Student Engagement involving students from six schools. Students were asked to talk about their learning environment, their learning experiences and student wellness. Students attended these meetings with their own school and each meeting was held separately at:  Blueberry School, Copperhaven School, Entwistle School, High Park School, Memorial Composite High School, and Prescott Learning Centre. The Board received as information a Graminia School Utilization and Capacity Information Report as requested. Next Regular Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 9:30 a.m., Centre for Education (Board meetings will be hosted virtually until further notice.) https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24388&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24388&stream=Homepage News Online Registration for 2021-2022 February 8, 2021 - Parkland School Division's annual online registration/verification process is coming soon.  All Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 registrations for both new and returning students will be conducted online through the PowerRegistration portal for the 2021-2022 school year. All parents will be required to complete this online process each school year. New students must register online, while returning students will receive an email or letter with further instructions on how to verify and/or update their existing information. RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION OPENS FEB. 10TH (UPDATE)- Unfortunately, due to some unforeseen delays with our software vendor, the process will now begin Wednesday, February 10, 2021 rather than Monday, February 8th. Check your email beginning Wednesday, February 10, 2021. You will be receiving an email from <PowerSchool Registration Support>. NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION OPEN NOW - please use this New Student Registration form, if you are new to Parkland School Division or are registering for busing for the first time as an Evergreen Catholic family or area private school that uses PSD's Regional Transportation system. All parents are required to complete the registration process by 4:30pm on March 25, 2021. This deadline allows us to determine the eligibility of bus pass applicants, the routing of buses, bus pass production and data verification before the summer break while schools are still operating. Important Registration Dates February 8, 2021 - New Student Registration opens. The link to the New Student Registration form (new students) will be added as a Quick Link on the homepage of psd70.ab.ca. February 10, 2021 - Families of returning students will check their email for a message from PowerSchool Registration Support with further instructions (returning students). March 25, 2021 at 4:30pm - Registration deadline. For further information, visit our Registration page. June 25, 2021 - Bus pass deadline to make payment arrangements or pay-in-full. Bus passes and route numbers will be mailed to parents at the end of July. Please note: The 2020-2021 New Student Registration form is still open and accepting registrations for the current school year. The 2020-2021 form cannot be used to register for 2021-2022- when registering, please make sure to use the correct form. Complete information on the registration process can be found on our Registration page. More information regarding the 2021-2022 registration process will be added as it becomes available.   For more information contact: Parkland School Division Phone: 780-963-4010 Email: DivisionOffice@psd70.ab.ca https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24156&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24156&stream=Homepage News Some Fee Increases Set for 2021-2022 March 16, 2021 - At a Special Board Meeting on Thursday March 11, 2021, Parkland School Division's Board of Trustees approved the Fees & Allowances Schedule for the 2021-2022 school year. The approved fees outlined in the appendices of Administrative Procedure 522: Fees, are based on the current provincial funding model and adjustments may be required based on changes in provincial funding models. Fee increases are required to operate the regional transportation system on a break-even basis. It is important to note that this does not, and by legislation, cannot generate revenue that would be then applied to classroom expenditures. The fee increases will offset anticipated increases in fuel, carbon tax and contractor rates due to inflation and insurance. The majority of riders that access Parkland School Division's Regional Transportation system access the services for less than 17 cents per trip.  Key changes for the fee schedule include: Eligible riders for students attending Grades 1 - 12 will see a minimal increase of $10 to maintain service levels. Ineligible urban students (those who reside less than 2.4km away from their designated school) will see an increase of $75 bringing that rate up to $525 for Grades 1 through 12 students. Ineligible rural students (those who reside less than 2.4km away from their designated school) will see an increase of $150 bringing that rate up to $450 for Grades 1 through 12 and full-time Kindergarten. ($75 for half-time Kindergarten students) The family maximum rate will be increased to $1,125. The plan is still to increase it over time to eventually be equivalent to their urban counterparts. Fees are being increased to move fees for non-funded students towards the actual cost of transporting a student (~$1,100) while minimizing the fees to funded students. For eligible riders, the $60 annual fee works out to less than 17 cents per trip. For those unfunded, ineligible urban riders, a Grade 1 - 12 student can ride the bus all school year for $1.44 per trip.   Bus Pass Fee Breakdown Ineligible Urban students attending their designated school who reside less than 2.4km away  Cost (per child) 2020-2021 Cost (per child) 2021-2022 ECS (full day/half time)* $225 $262 Grades 1 - 12 $450 $525 Maximum rate per family $1,125 $1,315 Ineligible Rural students attending their designated school who reside less than 2.4km away      Kindergarten (full day/half time)* $150 $225 Grades 1 - 12 and Full Time Kindergarten $300 $450 Maximum Rate Per Family $750 $1,125 Students attending a school other than their designated school (School-of-choice)     Kindergarten (full day/half time)* $285 $322 Grades 1 - 12 and Full Time Kindergarten $570 $645 Maximum Rate Per Family $1,425 $1,615 Eligible students attending their designated school who reside more than 2.4km away       Kindergarten (full day/half time)* $25 $30 Grades 1 - 12 and Full Time Kindergarten $50 $60 Maximum Rate Per Family $125 $150 Private School     Private School ECS (full day/half time)**  $500 $525 Private School Grades 1 - 12 $1,000 $1,050 * ECS transportation is for full day kindergarten two days per week with alternating Fridays. ** ECS transportation is for full day kindergarten two days per week with alternating Fridays and applies only to students residing less than 2.4km away from their Private School https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24300&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24300&stream=Homepage News Land Acknowledgement - Contest Winners March 10, 2021 - Parkland School Division (PSD) recognizes the historical significance and contributions of Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and their cultures and understands the important role that the Indigenous communities play today and in the future. We recognize the importance of honouring and acknowledging Treaty 6 Territory as we work towards strengthening relations and building bridges with our neighbouring Indigenous communities. PSD opened a poster contest to all PSD schools in October 2020 as a tangible way for students in Grades 4 – 12 to deepen their understanding of what it means to be a Treaty person and to showcase their creativity and artistic talents. As the contest drew to a close on January 29, 2021, there were over fifty entries submitted by students from a number of PSD schools. The judging panel included: Lance Cardinal, local First Nation artist/designer/photographer JoAnne Denis, Local Metis artist Kathy Mann, Director of Instructional Services  Violet Poitras, community Elder from Paul First Nation Glenna House, Stoney language coordinator for Paul First Nation     Judging took place on February 9, 2021. Scores were tallied and a winner in each age category was named: Elementary Winner – Carson Nielsen, Grade 4, Forest Green Jr. High Winner – El McKenzie, Grade 9, Stony Creek, CFL Sr. High Winner – Taelin Bird, Grade 12, Memorial Composite High School   Each winning student’s original art has been custom framed and will be presented to the students by Lance Cardinal and Miss TJ, Indigenous Education Facilitator on March 10, 2021. A copy of each winning artwork has been framed and will be on display at the PSD’s Centre of Education. The official PSD land acknowledgement has been modified to include the written contributions of Makena Keenan, a grade 9 student from Prescott Learning Centre.    The overall winning poster was Taelin Bird.  All PSD schools will receive 11X17 Land Acknowledgment posters to be put up in their schools. Land Acknowledgement With peace, harmony and unity, we honour the land on which we stand as Treaty 6 territory. This is sacred land to many First Nation, Metis and Inuit, in particular our neighbours, Paul First Nation, Enoch Cree Nation, Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Alexander Cree Nation and our friends of the Metis Nation. We recognize and acknowledge Indigenous values, traditional teachings, ways of being, contributions and historical inequalities. We respect all cultures with an open heart and an open mind. We ALL heal together. https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24291&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24291&stream=Homepage News Thought Exchange 2021 February 22, 2021 - At Parkland School Division, we are committed to engaging with our community of behalf of the students we serve. Meaningful Engagement is one of our Enduring Priorities you’ll find in many parts of our Division’s Education Plan. You are invited to share your perspectives about our schools and the Division as a whole. By telling us what we are doing well and where we can improve, you will be contributing to the future success and well-being of our students as we work to develop a strong education system. Thank you in advance for your help and input. Please join the conversation by clicking on either of the following buttons: If you are a parent or guardian at one of our schools, you'll be invited to select your school or the school that your thoughts are most connected to. Sincerely, Shauna Boyce, Superintendent Parkland School Division The Process Notes about this process: You'll be asked to respond to one open-ended question, consider and assign stars to some of the ideas shared by others (20 to 30 is ideal), and learn what's important to the group. You can rate as many thoughts as you’d like before moving on to Discover where you can see all the thoughts sorted by the average star rating. Your thoughts and stars are confidential. You can come back as often as you'd like to participate and, in fact, we ask that you do come back to star some of the new ideas shared since you first participated. The ratings will help us understand the most important areas to focus on for Parkland School Division. Participation will be open until March 4, 2021. If you need technical help, please call ThoughtExchange at 1-800-361-9027 ext. 4 or email help@thoughtexchange.com. For more on education planning in Parkland School Division, visit the Education Plan section of our website. For more information contact: Scott Johnston Associate Superintendent Phone: 780-963-8471 Email: sjohnston@psd70.ab.ca https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24225&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24225&stream=Homepage News MCHS First Time Parent Video & Grade 9 Virtual Open House March 1, 2021 - Memorial Composite High School is happy to welcome area Grade 9 students and their parents/guardians to participate in our first ever Virtual Open House. In lieu of our traditional in-person meeting for parents & guardians whose children are entering high school for the first time, we've also put together a First Time Parent Information Video. First Time Parent Information Video Is your first child beginning their high school journey this fall? If so, this video will guide you through the high school registration, transition and course selection process, and give you a good idea of what you and your child have to expect as you make the move to MCHS and beyond. For more information about the programs available at MCHS, visit Our Programs page. For more information about the registration process, visit Parkland School Division's Registration page. If you have additional questions after viewing the video, please participate in our Virtual Open House and/or contact MCHS Student Services at 780-963-2255. Virtual Open House Date: Thursday, March 4 Time: 6-8pm Location: Virtual Meetings through Google Meet How to Participate Our staff has put together a number of videos designed to introduce incoming high school students to the many different course options they have to choose from at MCHS. Links to these videos have been posted below, and you can watch them at any time leading up to our Open House to get a general idea of what courses may be a good fit for you. Additional course information and videos can also be found on Our Programs pages. During our Virtual Open House, you can follow the Google Meet links to connect with teachers from each high school department, who will be happy to answer any remaining questions you may have, so you can feel confident plotting your course through Grade 10 and beyond. Administrative staff will also be on hand to answer your general questions about the high school experience and registration process.  No formal presentation will be made during this event, but participants will be able to discover all the opportunities our high school has to offer, and meet some of the staff they will encounter over the three years they spend at MCHS.  We look forward to seeing you at our virtual event! If you have any remaining questions after the event, feel free to contact us at the school. Video & G Meet Links Department / Subject Video Message Google Meet Link MCHS Administration Principal | Grade 10 Administrator G Meet Student Services Video G Meet English Video G Meet Mathematics Video G Meet Science Video G Meet Social Studies Video G Meet Physical Education Video G Meet Athletics Video G Meet Business Courses Video G Meet Communication Technology Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet * Computer Science Video G Meet * Construction Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Cosmetology Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Fabrication Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Food Studies Video G Meet Mechanics Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Sports Medicine Video G Meet Sports Performance Video G Meet Video Broadcasting & Editing Video G Meet * Art Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Drama Video | Spamalot Video G Meet * Music Video | "The Frost" Music Video G Meet * French Video G Meet German Video Contact Teacher Japanese Video G Meet * Yearbook Video G Meet * Indigenous Education Video 1 | Video 2 G Meet Knowledge & Employability Video G Meet * Diverse Learning Needs Video G Meet * LAWS Video | Slideshow G Meet Building Futures † Video | Global News Video G Meet Parkland Student Athlete Academy † Video G Meet Virtual Learning † Video G Meet Y(our) Program † Video G Meet Important to Note: G Meets marked with a * above are shared between subjects. Communications Technology, Japanese and Yearbook will share a G Meet, as will Music and Drama, Computer Science and Video Broadcasting, and Diverse Learning Needs and Knowledge & Employability.   The MCHS German Teacher is unable to attend the Open House and thus will not be hosting a G Meet, but attendees may contact her at amcallister@psd70.ab.ca with any questions they may have about the MCHS German program.   Subjects marked with a † are programs of choice offered through Connections for Learning.   For more information contact: Memorial Composite High School Phone: 780-963-2255 Email: mchs@psd70.ab.ca https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24224&stream=Homepage News https://wabamun.psd70.ab.ca/view.php?action=object&id=24224&stream=Homepage News