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  • C.A.P Thursdays at Johnny Bright

    C.A.P Thursdays at Johnny Bright

    Career and Academic Pathways or C.A.P Thursday has become part of our weekly timetable. Every Thursday our school will run a timetable that includes four 57 minute learning blocks followed by a 30-minute Health & Wellness block.   Students will be directed, on a Thursday, to 1-2 core learning support blocks where learning from the four core subjects will be supported and enhanced either through intervention or extension.  The remaining blocks will be selected by students and could include sessions from the fine arts, second languages, career pathways, a specific topic of interest, or an athletic activity.  The possibilities are endless and will be driven by student interest. Students will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with others and pursue interest areas beyond what has been offered traditionally.

     We are very excited about this new direction, as it creates more learning opportunities for our students along with exposure to the myriad of possibilities that will exist for them in post-secondary education, professions, trades, business and the world of work!  We encourage and support 21st-century learning for engaged thinkers and ethical citizens with an entrepreneurial spirit.

    All of our sessions relate to at least one of the competencies of an educated Albertan as outlined by the Ministry of Education.

    These include:

    • Know how to learn
    • Think critically
    • Identify and solve complex problems
    • Manage information
    • Innovate
    • Create opportunities through play, imagination, and competition
    • Apply multiple literacies: reading, writing, mathematics, technology
    • Demonstrate good communication skills
    • Work cooperatively with others
    • Demonstrate global and cultural understanding
    • Identify and apply career and life skills through personal growth and well being

    Parents and community members are also invited to be a part of C.A.P Thursday! If you have a passion, unique experience or a special talent or skill that you would like to share, we would love to have you!  We also invite parents and members of our community to come in and share information about their careers with us. 

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    Johnny Bright staff are committed to creating a Professional Learning Community that supports all students learning at high levels. Teachers are focused on building a collaborative environment centered on essential learning outcomes, common assessments, and best practices. Project-based and innovative, authentic learning opportunities assist in building a setting where students demonstrate active learning and are engaged.  We value all stakeholders and believe we share a collective responsibility in building a safe, secure and caring environment. 

    In a technology-rich environment, staff provides students and parents with a variety of opportunities to communicate.  As a GOLD L.E.E.D. School, we are committed to a “green” footprint – our largely paperless communication relies on SchoolZone, our weekly Friday Update, and our Web site.  Students will be provided with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and develop 21st Century Literacy skills and attitudes necessary to become capable, connected and contributing members of our global society.

    Mission and Vision

    We believe:

    • Johnny Bright students are engaged, skilled and respectful.
    • That, within a dynamic, caring, creative and collaborative environment ALL Johnny Bright students will learn at high levels.
    • Our staff actions honor the belief that "These are all our students."
    • In building a collaborative culture that focuses on improving and teaching and learning at all levels.

    Values

    At Johnny Bright School staff are committed to:

    • Building and maintaining relationships with each other, our students, parents, and community.
    • Engaging students in learning the lifelong skills embedded in the cross-curricular competencies.
    • Supporting social, emotional, physical well being of our students.
    • Providing our students with effective, engaging and creative learning environments.
    • Collaborating with each other in response to data using effective assessment strategies to respond to student needs.
    • Learning and growing as professionals within a culture of continuous improvement.

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  •  Registration - Keep checking for updates

    Registration - Keep checking for updates

    NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION 


    Families who need to register their child(ren) for school are welcome to do so over summer break. If you register over the summer, you will be contacted after staff return to school on August 25, 2020. See more information on this page about registering new students using our online form.

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    Please note that as of April 20, 2020, we are full at all grade levels unless you have newly moved into our attendance area after April 15, 2020.    If you have moved into our attendance area, please register using the school’s online process.  Johnny Bright School is closed in Kindergarten to Grade 9 for families outside of the school's attendance area. 

    A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian that is non-Roman Catholic and who resides within the City of Edmonton. Non-resident students may only enrol in another Division school with space remaining in planned classes.


    Because schools remain closed to students and visitors due to COVID-19, new student registrations will now be submitted online. If your child is new to the Division, you must complete our school’s online registration form, fill out and upload the Student Registration form and submit supporting documents before your child(ren) can be registered for the upcoming school year. 

    Our school will no longer accept printed registrations. Do not drop off student registration forms at the school. 

    Submitting a registration package after the deadline of April 15, 2020 may limit your options to schools with available spaceLearn more about registration dates and deadlines

    Learn more about schools that have implemented a lottery process, and how it might impact new student registration.

    HOW TO REGISTER

    STEP 1: FILL OUT THE ONLINE FORM

    You will need to use an existing Gmail account or set up a free Gmail account to fill out the online form. This helps us protect the privacy of your personal information.

    STEP 2: UPLOAD A COMPLETED STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

    Upload copies of the following documents:

    • a completed, signed Student Registration form (fill out the form electronically, print a copy and scan the completed copy, or print and take clear photos of each completed page.)
    • confirmation of address for the student's parent/guardian (see below)
    • legal proof of the student’s name, citizenship and birthdate (see below)

    All documents must be uploaded in order to submit the form. Please ensure that you are providing clearphotos and the entire page is visible for each document submitted. 

    Examples of accepted documentation:

    Legal proof of student’s name

    Confirmation of address

    • Canadian Provincial Birth Certificate
    • Canadian Citizenship Document
    • Passport
    • Student Visa
    • Lease or Mortgage document (page with your name and address)
    • Utility Bill
    • Home Insurance
    • Property Tax Bill
    • In some cases, immigration documents (e.g. landed immigrant documentation or a Permanent Residence Card) may also be required.
    • Visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada for more information.
    • In some cases, you may be asked to provide more than one of the above. 

     

    OTHER WAYS TO REGISTER

    Families who are unable to register online can mail their completed Student Registration form and copies of their supporting documents to the following address:

    Central Records
    18004-116 Avenue NW
    Edmonton  AB T5S 1L5

    To be part of Edmonton Public Schools pre-enrolment process, we strongly suggest families register online to ensure their documents are received before 4 p.m. on April 15, 2020, in case postal service is interrupted.

    CONFIRMING REGISTRATION SUBMISSION

    Once you have submitted your completed student registration form and supporting documents, we will review all of the documents. This does not mean your child has been enrolled at the school—we will contact you to let you know once your child is enrolled.

    We will contact you if we need clarification about any of the documents you submit.

    For junior high and high school registrations—once we confirm your enrolment, we will reach out to you for your course requests. 

     

    REGISTRATION FORMS MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE April 15, 2020.

     

    SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS - 2020-2021

    Kindergarten

    Grade 1

    Grade 2

    Grade 3

    Grade 4

    Grade 5

    Grade 6

    Junior High

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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