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Welcome to St. Joseph Catholic High School

Edmonton Catholic Schools Skills Center at St. Joseph

Congratulations to the St. Joe's Improv Team!

3rd place finish in the NAIL Improv Finals!

 

 

 

Important Information Regarding E-Cigarettes:

E-Cigarettes –Prohibited in ECSD

Schools are currently dealing with a new phenomenon commonly referred to as e-cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes are battery-operated devices equipped with cartridges filled with liquid chemicals. Although e-cigarettes are promoted as being safe, Health Canada advises not to use e-cigarettes because they haven’t been tested and may be harmful. They also warn that e-cigarettes may cause nicotine poisoning and addiction. Health Canada reminds people to keep the products away from children to prevent nicotine poisoning and choking. As the safety of all our students and staff continues to be a key priority in our district, Edmonton Catholic Schools has banned electronic cigarettes from all district property (Admin Reg 117).

 

 

 

 

 

    St. Joseph Science Lab 


Center for Excellence in Laboratory Learning


 

Career Skills Center

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April News

On April 14, I joined Brad Vonkeman, President of the Alberta School Councils’ Association (ASCA) and Claudine Lajoie, President of the Fédération des parents de francophones de l’Alberta, for a future-focused conversation with parent councils and parents across Alberta.

 The teleconference was a great opportunity for parents to learn about our progress on Inspiring Education and exciting initiatives like Curriculum Redesign.  We heard some very thoughtful questions and comments from parents sharing ideas and perspectives on these and other issues related to education in Alberta.

 Our special guest for the evening was Dr. Glenn Feltham, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) and Chair of the Task Force for Teaching Excellence.

 To everyone who attended, thank you for your participation!

 For those who were unable to join us, you can still listen to an MP3 recording of the event here.

Thanks again for continuing to be an important partner in our children’s education.  I look forward to working together to prepare our students for the future!

Jeff Johnson

Minister of Education

MLA, Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater