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The Alberta Prairie Classroom On
Wheels (C.O.W) paid a visit to Edson
from October 22-23 at the Galloway
Station Museum. C.O.W donates a box
of books to every community visited. The
Edson Literacy program chose the Edson
ONLY RUNS IF Early Learning & Child Care Centre as
this year’s visit recipient. Fifty books in
total were given. Representative for the
daycare Sarah McDonald proudly
THEY SEND IN receives the books. From left to right is
C.O.W’s coordinator Megan Petasky,
Sarah MacDonald and Edson Family
Literacy coordinator Josephine Bunz-
AN ARTICLE Clark.. Photo by Ana Manning







Westhaven School students excited

for the return of Phys Ed Teacher

We are very excited to have Ms. LeMoal return as our Phys. Ed teacher,
Madame Deidre working with students on Music and Madame Emily
providing Drama classes. We have also hired Madame Emily as our
second French Immersion Kindergarten teacher, to help us divide our
large FRIM Kindergarten class. Other changes to our programming is in
regards to Mrs. Marcoff providing Westhaven School with 5 hours of
Learning Support. Mrs. Marcoff is knowledgeable about inclusion and
the Alberta program of study. She will help staff build capacity and
provide supports that will help all students in their learning.
We have been able to maintain our PRTI (Pyramid Response to
Intervention Time) time. This time allows each classroom teacher to
provide 30 minutes of PRTI time to small groups of students, four times a
week. This is designed to help any struggling students in language arts or
math concepts. We also provide Levelled Literacy Intervention for our
grade two students and after Christmas to our grade one students. Many
teachers also provide Daily five literacy learning within the classroom
environment to assist students in reading. Parents can always help by
reading every day with students at home.























































John Downer taught the coach-1 training for Hockey Alberta on October 17
at the Parkland High School. “This is initiation for Novice Hockey getting
them to learn how to work with the small kids. Working on development and
helping the kids to enjoy the game. This is the foundation, the basis for
Hockey Alberta,” said Downer. Photo by Deanna Mitchener
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