2017-2018 Yearbooks are now available to order on the PowerSchool Parent Portal or in the General Office. These fees are posted under the Additional Items. The deadline for purchase is March 22, 2018. The cost is $43.00.
Parent/Student Info: EIPS Emergency Preparedness Procedures
As a member of Elk Island Public Schools, Salisbury Composite High is concerned for the safety and security of its students and staff. Please see the following to view information on the School Division's Emergency Preparedness program: Parent Info - EIPS Emergency Preparedness.
Click on the Sal logo link to be directed to our School App.
Posted on May 29th, 2018
Coming Soon: School Supply lists for the 2018-19 school year
New next year, Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) is adopting a Division wide school-supply list to lift some of the financial burden from families. Each grade will now have a standardized list of required supplies to complete the year to ensure families aren’t purchasing materials in excess of what is being used in the classroom. The grade-specific lists are posted to the school website and will remain throughout the summer months.
Tools for School
Salisbury Composite High School has once again partnered with the United Way for the 2018-19 Tools for School campaign. Annually, Tools for School provides backpacks and school supplies to students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 whose families have limited resources. If you’re a parent or know a parent who needs access to the program, contact our school directly. We’ll discretely provide the backpack to your child at the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.
Alternatively, if you’d like to donate to the program, you can pick up few extra supplies when you’re out shopping for back to school. Drop-off boxes are located at various businesses in the community during the summer months—including Staples and the Central Office at Elk Island Public Schools. All supplies donated within our community are invested back into in our region.
For more information about Tools for School, contact Sherry Feledichuk or call the Central Office at 780-464-3477.
Student Transportation Services for 2018-19
Planning to use Student Transportation in the 2018-19 school year? If so, make sure your child is registered so Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) can plan routes and send your child a bus pass before the first day of school.
All students who indicated needing transportation services through the pre-enrolment process are now registered. Those families have also received tentative route schedules and invoices—all fees are due June 30, 2018.
For those students who didn’t indicate needing transportation service through the pre-enrolment process and want to now register, simply contact EIPS Student Transportation at 780-417-8151 or email email@example.com.
For more information about EIPS Student Transportation visit www.eips.ca/transportation.
NOTE: Fees can be paid online using the PowerSchool Parent Portal or in-person at the Student Transportation office—683 Wye Rd., Sherwood Park. The office will remain open during the summer months operating during the same hours as Central Administration.
Summer Hours at Elk Island Public Schools
Throughout the summer break, Salisbury Composite High School will be closed and will reopen on August 30 at 8:00 a.m. If you have any school-related questions or concerns while the school is closed, contact the Central Office at Elk Island Public School—the office is open all summer to complete year-end activities and prepare for the 2018-19 school year.
EIPS Central Office Summer Hours (July and August)
Open Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Address 683 Wye Rd., Sherwood Park
Closed Monday, July 2 Canada Day
Closed Monday, August 6 Heritage Day
NOTE: Student Transportation will also remain open during the summer months and operate during the same hours as Central Office. Student Transportation can’t accept in-person transportation payments on the days it’s closed.
Share your Thoughts: Provincewide Student Transportation survey now open
Currently, Alberta Education is conducting a survey regarding student transportation. Parents, school authorities and stakeholders are asked to take the survey. The feedback received will help determine if changes need to be made to the distance criteria, mandated service levels and the safety considerations. When completing the survey keep in mind the government has said there is no more money for Student Transportation, which means if something new is funded something else may be lost. The survey closes June 15, 2018.
To take the survey and learn more visit www.eips.ca.