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October 15 Update

Happy Friday Mustang Families!

Clothing Needed

Students often have mishaps at school and need an extra change of clothes.  If you have gently used pants that would fit students from Kindergarten to Grade three, would you consider donating them to the school?  Please call our front office staff, Mrs. Gawron or Mrs. Mitchell, at (780)467-5557 if you are able to donate.  Thank you!

School Bus Safety Week: October 17-23

Schools throughout Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) are celebrating School Bus Safety Week October 17-23. The theme: Bus Rules Rock!, which focuses on the importance of being a responsible rider. Throughout the week, various activities are planned, including information sessions, bus-safety lesson plans and bus-evacuation drills.

As part of School Bus Safety Week, Davidson Creek reminds students and families all Division school buses are equipped with a bus-pass scanner, GPS technology, the Child Check-Mate system and surveillance equipment, which allows Student Transportation to better monitor and manage its more than 160 buses. Families and students also have access to the Traversa Ride 360 app, a mobile tool to help determine the location of a bus, projected arrival times and when a child is scanned onto a bus.

For more information visit EIPS Student Transportation or contact 780- 417-8151.

Confident Kids Safety Courses

Home Alone Safety is designed for kids aged 9+ new to staying home alone.

Babysitter Training is for kids aged 12 and up to gain the skills needed to take care of others.


Please see our school calendar for upcoming events.


Wellness Wednesday

First Nations Friday

Pictures by Pixabay

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