May 2009 Principal’sDesk
WHAT’S INSIDE Page What does school mean to you?
Principal’s Desk 1
On Tuesday, April 14, Edmonton Public I made an entry to the website today. My entry
Around Argyll 2
Celebrating Student Achievement 3 Schools unveiled a new website: says, “School is a chance to choose where and
Junior High Connections 4 www.school4you.ca. The website provides how I learn best.” As a long time educator
High School Connections 6 a unique and deceivingly simple look at within Edmonton Public Schools, I have
Christian Corner 8 schooling from the perspective of those who always been proud that EPSB has provided
Home Education Corner 9 have gone through school and who carry considerable choice through its provision
Calendar of Events 9 school’s lasting effects into their lives. The of alternative programs. It is my belief that
Parent Corner & concept behind the website is straightforward: Argyll Centre is one of the strongest examples
Events Around Town 10 it invites visitors to the website to define, from of choice in action within the District.
Staff Contact List 11 their own experience, what school is. Without boundaries and without a dedicated
May Calendar 12 attendance area, Argyll Centre is a true school
For those of us at Argyll, school is an
of choice that offers multiple ways for students
experience that is unique when compared to
to engage in learning and in the ways that
HOURS OF OPERATION the traditional “brick-and-mortar” school
serve them best.
experience. Yet, I am constantly reminded
that Argyll began with only 43 students in That is what “School is…” to me.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
the late 90s and has grown to about 2400
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sig Jensen, BEd, MBA
students in 2009, which reflects that the
Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Principal, Argyll Centre
Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. unique experience of home-based learning is
becoming an ever-growing part of the lives
of Edmontonians and Albertans. I invite
PRINCIPAL you to add the voices of homeschoolers
a chance to choose where
Sig Jensen and home-based learners and parents to
the www.school4you website, to be sure
and how I learn best
that the positive experiences of our
learning community are shared with
TRUSTEE Ward G the community in general.
> FOR MORE INFORMATION
A EDMONTON TERRACE HEIGHTS CAMPUS A CALGARY CAMPUS
6859 100 AVENUE, Edmonton, AB T6A 0G3 Grace Baptist Church
2670 Radcliffe Dr. S.E.
T 780.465.1299 TOLL FREE 1.888.532.7222
Calgary, AB T2A 7M2
E email@example.com T 403.204.1836 TOLL FREE 1.888.734.2611
W http://argyll.epsb.ca F 403.204.1627
Fun Day at Calaway Park
It’s that time of year again. Join
other Argyll families and facilitators
Celebration of Learning
at our year-end event at Calaway
Park. Siblings and extended family
are welcome to join us at the Argyll
school admission price, but only All students and families are invited to join us for the
students registered with Argyll will be
covered under the Edmonton Public
Celebration of Learning at Grace Baptist Church.
School Board’s insurance during this
activity. You may bring a picnic lunch
Argyll certificates will be issued to all students attending.
or purchase food at the park Refreshments will be served after the program.
Date: Friday, June 26, 2009
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Date: Monday, June 8, 2009
tiMe: 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Cost: $16 (includes GST) for
each child and adult Location: Grace Baptist church - chapel
(children under two are 2670 Radcliffe Drive S.e.
free). ReGiStRation: no cost, but you must register by June 1 so
Families may use season passes, but that we can prepare for you. call the argyll
must still register and sign field trip office at 403.204.1836 so we can make our
consent forms. preparations.
Payment: Visa, MasterCard or cash.
may not be used.
contact Sheila Butler at 403.204.1836 with questions
Register: in Pick-A-Time. Signed
consent form and payment or concerns. We look forward to seeing you there!
will confirm registration.
Deadline: June 12, 2009 is the
deadline to register.
Contact: Sheila Butler or
Elvira Pagsanghan at
Provincial Achievement Tests (PAT)
Remember that Provincial Achievement Testing for Grades 3, 6 and
9 is taking place in May and June. It is an expectation of Alberta
Education that students in these grades, who are registered in APS
subjects, write the PATs. Parents of Traditional Home Education
students in Grades 3, 6 and 9 may choose to have their children
write the tests.
Proctor forms and a general information letter were sent to all
families of Grade 3, 6 and 9 students in early April. Proctors must
fax or mail signed forms to Sheila Butler at Argyll Centre. If you did
not receive a letter or need more information, please contact your
Learning Resource Centre
Please ensure that all of your books and
materials are returned to Argyll by June
Each year, Argyll Centre’s students create impressive science projects. With
12, 2009. Items may be returned to any of
students from across Alberta, we’re well-represented at science fairs across the
our three campuses. For details, please
province. Argyll staff provide comprehensive support to students, organizing
refer to the April newsletter.
and offering mentorship for both cyber and face-to-face science fairs.
Supplementary Funding –
Sixteen students went forward from our Calgary Argyll Science Fair to the
June 30 deadline to submit receipts
Calgary Youth Science Fair. There were almost 1,000 projects entered in this fair
Send receipts to: that took place April 1-4 at the Big Four building on the Stampede Grounds.
Accounting Office Our students made an excellent showing, earning seven gold medals, five
Argyll Centre, Terrace Heights Campus silver, two bronze and two honourable mentions. In addition they earned nine
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major awards. Congratulations students, on your excellent projects and for
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representing our school so well!
Refer to the April newsletter for details
Congratulations to each of these students:
on how to submit your receipts. If you
have any questions, call 780.485.5297 or Gold – Amanda Brown, Sarah Hyslop, Andrew Macdonald, Brandon Schuldhaus,
Gavin Roberts, Rachel Roberts, Kent Williams-King
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIlVER – Catherine Ackerman, dennis Brown, Rebecca levicek, Joshua Roberts,
BRoNZE – Samantha Brown, Benjamin Churchill
HoNouRABlE MENtIoN – Matthew torres, Rachel torres
Special congratulations to the following students who achieved major
awards – these are outstanding accomplishments – well done!
• Amanda Brown, Calgary West Central Primary Care Network Healthy Living - Junior Award
• dennis Brown, Alberta Society of Professional Biologists Award - Best Biology Exhibit Grades 7-12
• Sarah Hyslop, Biochemistry and Experimental Biology Award for Top Biochemical or Experimental Biology
Secondary Project, Alberta Heritage Foundation Award of Excellence for High Scoring Secondary Project
about Biology, Travel Award to go to Canada Wide Science Fair
• Gavin Roberts,Grass Roots NW Environmental Awareness Award - Conservation
• Matthew Roberts, Petroleum Society C.I.M. (Second Place)
• Rachel Roberts, Calgary West Central Primary Care Network Healthy Living - Senior Award
• Brandon Schuldhaus, Alberta Association of Optometrists Award
• Kent Williams-King, Alberta Research Council Award, Intel International Science Fair Participant
It is an honour to have two of our students chosen to go
forward in two upcoming Science Fair competitions and we
wish them all the best:
• Sarah Hyslop will be going to the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Winnipeg from
• Kent Williams-King will be going to the Intel International Science and
Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Reno, Nevada from May 10-16.
Two Edmonton students presented their projects at
the Edmonton Regional Science Fair on April 18
and 19. Both projects were well-received by the
Special congratulations to Brayden Power
whose project on solar power won the
E.H. Gowan Physics Award and an honourable
mention for the Kruger Memorial Senior Solar
“Get to Know”
Earth Day on April 22 marked the launch
of the 2009 Robert Bateman “Get to
Know” Contest. Unlike previous years,
where the contest ended on Earth Day,
this year’s contest will run from Earth
Day through May 27. But that’s not
all that’s different this year; this is the
biggest Get to Know contest ever. Here
are some exciting updates:
1. Inaugural Youth Wildlife
Habitat Conservation Stamp
Get to Know is excited to be
partnering with Wildlife Habitat
Canada for the first ever Canadian
Youth Wildlife Habitat Conservation
Stamp. A lucky winner’s artwork will Fribbit the Frog says…”It’s never too early to have
be featured on the inaugural stamp your child’s eyes examined!
which will be sold across Canada,
with proceeds supporting wildlife Eye See…Eye Learn is a vision and eye health program that helps parents to understand
conservation projects undertaken how and why they should have their child’s eyes examined by an eye doctor.
Children should see an eye doctor (optometrist or ophthalmologist) between 6 and 12
2. Trip for Winners to the months, again at 3 years of age, and then at age 5. After age 5 a yearly eye exam is
recommended. It is very important that all children have at least one complete eye
Palisades Stewardship examination before they start school.
Winners of the 2009 contest age 12 WHY?
and up will be invited to attend a ! Some problems can only be treated if they are found early.
multi-day residential program at the ! 80% of your young child’s learning is visual – through their eyes.
Parks Canada Palisades Stewardship
Education Centre in spectacular WHAT WILL IT COST?
Jasper National Park! Youth will ! The Government plan covers the cost of eye examinations, by an eye doctor, for
participate in fun activities, connect all children from birth to age 18 years.
to the majestic mountain landscape
through a range of artistic mediums, HOW CAN I FIND AN EYE DOCTOR?
and be mentored by talented local ! You don’t need a referral, you can just phone and make an appointment
artists. ! You can look in the Yellow Pages of the phone book
! Call the Alberta Association of Optometrists at 780-451-6824 or 1-800-272-8843
! You can go to the website www.optometrists.ab.ca and click on “Find an
3. Digital Photography Optometrist Near You”
Thanks to Panasonic, there is now WHAT IF MY CHILD NEEDS EYE GLASSES?
a third way to enter the contest – ! There is a program, through Eye See…Eye Learn which gives one FREE PAIR
through digital photography. We hope of EYEGLASSES to every kindergarten child.
that this option will allow youth who ! Most school districts in Alberta have this program.
aren’t writers or artists with a way to
enter the contest and share their “get This Fact Sheet was developed jointly by The Alberta Association of Optometrists and the
Multicultural Health Brokers Co-op
to know” experiences. Translation made possible through a grant from Alberta Children’s Services
Download entry forms for the contest at
SchoolZone Information Diploma Exams
Information about Argyll Summer For students who are scheduled to write diploma exams, the designated writing centre
Learning registration and the June exam in Calgary is the Campus Centre Building at SAIT. Please note that SAIT does not
schedule (final exams for all courses, provide access to computers. Students will not be permitted to write any exams if they
as well as diploma exams) is posted on do not provide picture identification when arriving at the SAIT examination centre.
Monday, June 15 9:00-11:30 a.m. English Language Arts 30-1 Part A
English Language Arts 30-2 Part A
tuesday, June 16 9:00-11:00 a.m. Social Studies 30 Part(ie) A
Social Studies 33 Part(ie) A
Wednesday, June 17 9:00-11:30 am Français 30 Part(ie) A
High School French Language Arts 30-1 Part A
Subject Teachers thursday, June 18 9:00-10:00 am Pure Mathematics 30 Part(ie) A
Applied Mathematics 30 Part(ie) A
Contact Info 1:00-3:00 pm Pure Mathematics 30 Part(ie) B
Applied Mathematics 30 Part(ie) B
Friday, June 19 9:00-10:00 a.m. Biology 30 Part(ie) A
1:00-3:00 p.m. Biology 30 Part(ie) B
English, Social, CALM,
Community Health, Legal Studies Monday, June 22 9:00-10:00 a.m. Physics 30 Part(ie) A
1:00-3:00 p.m. Physics 30 Part(ie) B
tuesday, June 23 9:00-10:00 a.m. Chemistry 30 Part(ie) A
1:00-3:00 p.m. Chemistry 30 Part(ie) B
Design Studies, Fine Arts Wednesday, June 24 9:00 -10:00 a.m. Science 30 Part(ie) A
1:00-3:00 p.m. Science 30 Part(ie) B
403-946-0535 thursday, June 25 9:00-11:30 a.m. English Language Arts 30-1 Part B
Math, Science, Phys Ed, English Language Arts 30-2 Part B
Career Transitions, Fashion, Friday, June 26 9:00-11:00 a.m. Social Studies 30 Part(ie) B
Finance, Foods, Tourism, Social Studies 33 Part(ie) B
Work Experience, Guidance Monday, June 29 9:00-11:00 a.m. Français 30 Partie B
Linda Nolin 9:00-11:30 a.m. French Language Arts 30-1 Part B
Knowledge and Employability Please note:
Susan Sawatzky 1) Students are permitted an additional half hour to complete their exams.
403-726-0205 2) The Chemistry 30 and Physics 30 diplomas for the old program and the new
Special Projects program run at the same time; students need to indicate which exam they will write
when they arrive at SAIT.
3) The old and new program for Biology 30 will use the same exam.
4) These are the only times for the exams, no exceptions. The next writing session
is in August.
For more information on diploma exams, along with previous
exams and answer keys, visit the Alberta Education website at
If you have any questions regarding the diploma exams, please
contact Lisa McNeil at 403.946.0535 (home office) or by
Important Deadlines Post-Secondary High School Enrichment
The final deadlines for course Information Opportunities
completion are quickly approaching. In Check the Argyll Portal and this University of Waterloo
order to ensure adequate preparation for newsletter for information pertaining Waterloo Unlimited is not quite like
exams, in addition to allowing enough to post-secondary programming, and anything you’ve ever done before. It’s not
time for assignments to be assessed, bursary and awards information. Science Camp or Arts Camp or Music
correspondence assignments must be Camp or Math Camp or Leadership
received no later than May 29, 2009. Learning Clicks Camp … it’s Everything Camp!
Students who hand in more than half
Post-Secondary education It’s about challenging the borders
of the work for a course at the deadline
Preparation – a Resource to of scholarship and developing
may not have it assessed for the end
Help You Plan higher-order skills: communication,
of Semester 2. In order for you to be
successful, you are advised not to wait Students, parents, and adults interested analysis, synthesis, initiative, curiosity,
until the deadline to submit the bulk of in post-secondary education and training responsibility, leadership, teamwork
your assignments. options have a new resource available to and creativity.
them to help them consider and prepare It’s about open-ended learning rather
2009 Final Reporting for post-secondary studies. Using than memorizing an inventory of “right
Period Deadlines technology, you will link to important answers.” It’s about going home with the
Grade 12 diploma course deadlines: resources on a variety of topics at all skills you need to become self-enriching
Modules by Friday May 29, exams by levels of post-secondary education and and maybe even sharing those skills with
Friday, June 5 training. siblings, peers, and teachers.
Learning Clicks is a new program It’s about you, and your love of learning.
Grade 10, 11, 12 non-diploma developed by Alberta Advanced
course deadlines: Education and Technology that provides To get an idea what a day might be like
a take-away resource package which has at Waterloo Unlimited, check out “A
Modules by Friday May 29, exams
a host of planning tools and materials Day in the Unlimited Life” or take a
by Friday, June 12
to ready students for the transition to look at one of our Sample Program
*These deadlines cannot be extended Schedules: Vision Theme Schedule
as the final marks for this school year life after high school, including a CD
Rom which can be used to develop an (PDF), Design Theme Schedule (PDF)
need to be submitted by June 22. If you
avatar, or on-screen profile. or Roadmap to Research Schdule (PDF).
have concerns regarding your ability to
complete the work by these dates, These tools are also useful For a richer explanation of the design
contact your subject teacher. to students who are and philosophy of the Waterloo
preparing for high school, Unlimited program, browse through
as they start to plan our “Cornerstones” page.
Summer Learning at Argyll their future education Finally, to get a glimpse
goals, and to of what we’ve done at
Summer Learning (summer school)
adults who may programs so far, check out
allows you to complete correspondence
be considering our newsletters.
modules at your convenience, giving
you the opportunity to pursue other
activities, including summer employment.
Teachers are available for advice and
assistance on weekdays from 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Summer courses must be completed
by July 24 and final exams written by July
30, 2009. Diploma exams for summer
courses are written in August.
For information about Summer Learning
and/or about Work Experience credits,
contact Ken Whiting at 780.485.5247.
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Home School • Foothills Christian Homeschool
Association is a support group for
Support Groups homeschooling parents. We meet
on the third Monday of every
There are a number of support month at various coffee shops in
groups for homeschooling families NW Calgary, at 7:30 p.m. Please
in the Calgary area; contacts are contact Lisa Pederson at 226-0808
listed below. If you are a member of or firstname.lastname@example.org to
a support group and want it listed find out where we’re meeting this
in our newsletter, please e-mail month or check out our group
sheila.butler.epsb.ca with the name on-line at http://groups.yahoo.
of the group, meeting location and com/group/FCHA/.
a contact name.
• Calgary Homeschool Activities
• CHEERS – call 254-6344 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/
• Bragg Creek Homeschoolers – calgary-hsactivities.
Sylvia at 949-2159 or • E-mail list for Calgary area Argyll
email@example.com families (created by Sheila
• Okotoks Homeschooling Sherman). Chat about home
Co-op – Bev Mabley, schooling, upcoming and past
(403) 938-3992 events/activities, share websites,
homeschooling tips, etc. To join,
• Millarville Homeschooling visit us at: http://groups.yahoo.
Co-op – Michele Dow at 933-3271 com/group/ArgyllCalgary.
There is an e-mail list available for
• Cochrane Home Educators parents who are parenting special
Cathy Adlington at 932-1899 or needs children in Calgary and
http://www.telusplanet.net/public/ area. The list is used for support
ellerby/Home or and information as there is a large
http://www.cochranehome knowledge base of families who
educators.com/ homeschool special kids. http://
• Calgary Homeschool (general groups.yahoo.com/group/calgary-
discussion and support e-mail list) hsspecialkids//.
– Lisa Rouleau at geckomom@ Contact person: Kerry Wasyliw at
shaw.ca or check out http://groups. firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Calgary Preschool Homeschool
Calendar of Events
Check out the online Program Guide on the Argyll website for further
information about these programs:
> Grade 6 Science camp – Pat Review - cancelled
> May 21: Grade 2 Science camp - Small crawling and Flying animals
> May 21: Grade 6 Science camp – trees & Forests
> May 22: Grade 8 Science camp – Mechanical Systems
> May 25 Fight 4 earth Day and argyll’s open House
ParentCorner & EventsAroundTown
If you would like to have Young Scientists The Mount Royal Choral
something included in this section, Mentorship Program Association (M.R.C.A.)
please e-mail your teacher/facilita- We would like to inform you of some exciting 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
tor or call us at the telephone num- news at the Youth Science Foundation (YSF) Phone: 440-6769.
bers listed on the bottom of the Canada. The YSF has formed a partnership Website: www.mountroyalsings.ca
newsletter. Please be aware this is a with the Canadian Institutes of Health
The M.R.C.A. is a family of choirs consisting
space for parents to share informa- Research (CIHR) to help provide mentors for
of four choirs with members ranging in ages
tion and Argyll Centre does not the Youth Science Foundation (YSF) Canada’s
from seven to adult. The choral program at
necessarily endorse the following: Young Scientists Mentorship program.
Mount Royal is based upon music theory,
The goal of the program is to connect young practice and performance and consistently
scientists with the world of professional
Private Piano and receives high recognition for its progressive
science and engineering — to help them
Theory Lessons and high musical calibre! For an audition or
learn more about how science really works general information, please call or check out
Teacher Sheila Bayer 256-3229,
and what scientists do. our website at www.mountroyalsings.ca.
(email@example.com). Somerset SW area.
A mentorship can involve:
Over 20 years teaching experience.
• helping young scientists with their science
RCM examination preparation, instruction in Piano Lessons
fair projects, ideas or problems;
classical, all styles of popular music, sacred Highly educated piano teacher with 28+ years
music, and Theory • providing laboratory training and of experience. Masters Degree in Music and
experience; a Bachelor of Education degree - now offering
• giving advice through an on-line quality and fun piano/theory lessons of all
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stories, passion and experiences to inspire
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Any musical style: Classical, Popular,
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• exploring science career and
Is all about outdoor adventure, challenge and • Conservatory exam preparation. Fun,
leadership. Junior Forest Wardens (JFWs) is popular pieces from movies or favorite CDs
an exciting and educational opportunity for If your child would be interested in • Performances, master classes, festivals
young people and their families to have fun, participating in this mentorship and much more
develop skills, and get educated in the many program, please have them follow the
• Good rates, flexible hours
diverse aspects of our natural environment. directions below.
JFWs operates through clubs which meet For more details, call 202-1815
The students will need to create a brief (1-2
regularly to participate in a variety of page) résumé and send it by email to YSF
activities and to plan weekend outings. Open Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once they Art Classes
to everyone ages 6-18. Check out our website receive their résumé, they will begin to match Art Classes are available for homeschoolers
www.albertajfw.ca. The Calgary Bobcats them with an appropriate mentor. The résumé at the Airdrie School of Art on Tuesdays:
meet in SE Calgary on Monday evenings. should include key information such as: 1 to 3 p.m. and Fridays 2 to 4 p.m. For more
For more information call Sandra Taylor at information, call 560- 0894 or look online:
• name, contact information, level of
study and school;
• science project experience;
Piano Lessons • academic and non-academic awards/
Experienced Piano Teacher in SE Calgary,
providing Beginner, Royal Conservatory
of Music Grades 1 to 5, Theory Grades - • a description of their scientific
Preliminary, Grades 1 and 2 Rudiments, interests; and,
or Popular Repertoire. For details contact • information about why they would
Deborah Ridley at 256-5796. like a mentor.
If you have questions about the
mentorship program or require further
information, please contact: Janet Weichel
McKenzie at 613-808-4642 or by email
2670 Radcliffe Drive SE, Calgary, Alberta
Phone: 403-204-1836 or Fax: 403-204-1627
Alison Hancox - Assistant Principal, Southern Alberta
email@example.com or 403-472-0202
Sheila Butler - Administrative Assistant
firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-204-1836
Elvira Pagsanghan - Administrative Assistant
email@example.com or 403-204-1836
Andrea Belke 403-687-2935 firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele Kelly 403-703-6830 email@example.com
Linda Goldbeck 403-281-2781 firstname.lastname@example.org
Elaine Blanton 403-770-2860 email@example.com
Lisa McNeil 403-946-0535 firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Nolin 403-257-9457 email@example.com
Serafina Oliverio 403-269-9558 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Plum 403-257-4164 email@example.com
Marilyn McKnight 403-532-6016 firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline Schollaardt 403-455-2841 email@example.com
Carolyn Semeniuk 403-455-6271 firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Sawatzky 403-726-0205 email@example.com
Frequently Contacted Argyll Staff in Edmonton:
Toll-free 1-888-532-7222, followed by extension number.
Sig Jensen, Principal
Daylene Lauman, Assistant Principal, Junior and Senior High School
Connie Spasiuk, Assistant Principal, Elementary
Joanne Collins, Main Office (Sig Jensen’s Assistant)
Emmy Slade, Librarian
Sunday Monday tuesday Wednesday thursday Friday Saturday
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Explore IT E-Open House
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Victoria Day Small Crawling & Mechanical
(closed) Flying Animals Systems
(Gr. 2 Science) (G. 8 Science)
Trees & Forests
(Gr. 6 Science)
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