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  •  Registration

    Registration

    NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    Johnny Bright School is full in planned classes from Kindergarten to Grade 9 in the regular program.  A kindergarten student who is a resident and lives in the school's attendance area may still register. 

    We will now only accept resident students for Grade 1 to Grade 9 who newly move into the school's attendance area for the regular program.  A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic.  Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes.

    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can register for school online. Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school.

    To register with Johnny Bright, please include a mortgage/lease/rental agreement and a utility bill (or property tax) as proof of address.  

     

    SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS For 2021-2022 

    Grade One

    Grade Two 

     

    Grade Three

    Grade Four

    Grade Five

    Grade Six

    Junior High

     

    WRITE ON STATIONERY

    If you prefer, you can order school supplies and have them directly shipped to your home from Write On Stationery.  The deadline to order from Write On Stationery is July 15, 2021.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Athletics

    Athletics

    All Johnny Bright School students are eligible to try out for school teams. Some teams’ eligibility may depend on the grade of the student. Involvement requires a significant commitment of time and effort on the part of team members. Considerations for potential athletes include their attitude on the court and in school, leadership ability, needs of the team as a whole, and willingness to learn. Athletes may also be charged a fee to cover the cost of transportation and refereeing. Some athletic opportunities include involvement in the following teams:

    • Cheer Team (Sept-Apr): Junior High (grades 7-9) Teams
    • Cross Country (Sept-Oct)
    • Running Club (Sept - Mar)
    • Soccer (Sept-Oct): Senior Team, Men's and Women's
    • Volleyball (Oct-Nov): Junior and Senior Teams, Men's and Women's
    • Basketball (Jan-Mar): Junior and Senior Teams, Men's and Women's
    • Badminton (Mar-Apr): Juniors and Seniors, Men's and Women's, Singles and Doubles
    • Track and Field (May)
    • Slo-Pitch (May-June)
     

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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Johnny Bright has a variety of clubs for students to join and participate in. Students are encouraged to join a club, meet new people, and gain new skills! There are many ways to get involved.


    - Choir (Grade 3-6)
    - Orff (Grade 6)
    - Math Club (Grades 2-3)
    - Coding Club (Grades 4-9)
    - Magic the Gathering Club (Grades 6-9)
    - Recycling Club (Grade 4)
    - JBTV - Johnny Bright live TV broadcasting (Grades 6-9)
    - Johnny Bright Newspaper (Grade 6)
    - Yearbook (Grades 7-9)
    - Leadership (Grades 7-9)
    - Improv (Grades 7-9)
    - Library Club (Grade 6)
    - School Patrollers (Grade 6)
    - Stem Club (Grades 1-3)

     

     

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Principal's Message

At Johnny Bright School we believe that every student has the right to a high quality learning environment and to be challenged to reach their full potential.  Our outstanding educational facility has a reputation for committing to excellence in academics; athletics and activity for learning; and citizenship and community involvement.  

We believe that the quality of education is enhanced when home and school have a strong relationship. Our relationship relies on open and ongoing communication. The school handbook, school web site, social media, conferences, and personal contact are designed to assist parents in understanding our school context. Contact with the school and inquiries are encouraged and always welcome.

As principal, I am honoured to be able to work with Johnny Bright School, staff, students, parents, and community. We all play an important role in the success of children and our school. Shared goals and high standards for academic achievement and personal conduct help our students to succeed.    

Together, we will build the learners of today into the leaders of tomorrow.

Mrs. Kathleen Marzolf, Principal